Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth: Mecca And The Soul Brother, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth: Mecca And The Soul Brother, 2×LP (Vinyl)
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Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth
Mecca And The Soul Brother

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
repress
  • Elektra
  • (EKT 105)
  • Elektra
  • (7559-60948-1)
  • 18 Tracks
  • UPC 075596094818
  • heavy item (600g)
  • M / EX
  • virgin
  • sealed, slightly bent corner

tracks

A1

Return Of The Mecca

5:42
A2

For Pete's Sake

Lyrics By
5:48
A3

Ghettos Of The Mind

5:01
A4

Lots Of Lovin

Music By
5:07
A5

Act Like You Know

Co Producer
  • Large Professor
4:01
B1

Straighten It Out

4:12
B2

Soul Brother #1

Lyrics By
4:30
B3

Wig Out

4:10
B4

Anger In The Nation

Lyrics By
5:31
B5

They Reminisce Over You (T.R.OY.)

4:44
C1

On And On

5:10
C2

It's Like That

3:55
C3

Can't Front On Me

4:18
C4

The Creator (Remix)

Lyrics By
3:43
D1

Mecca And The Soul Brother (Remix)

4:10
D2

The Basement

Lyrics By
Rap
  • Rob-O
  • Heavy D
  • Deda
  • Grap Luva
5:22
D3

If It Ain't Rough, It Ain't Right

5:04
D4

Skinz

Rap
  • Grand Puba
Lyrics By
4:14

Credits

Co Producer
  • C.L. Smooth
Executive Producer
  • Edward Ferrell (DJ Eddie F)
  • Mr. Dante Ross
  • Rubén Rodriguez
Lyrics By
Music By
Producer
  • Pete Rock

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