Paris: Sleeping With The Enemy, Tape
Paris: Sleeping With The Enemy, Tape
€8.90
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Paris
Sleeping With The Enemy

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
  • Scarface Records
  • (SCR007-100-4)
  • 15 Tracks
  • UPC 754991010042
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

Black Side

A1

The Enema (Live At The White House)

1:54
A2

Make Way For A Panther

Sampler
  • DJ Shadow
2:28
A3

Sleeping With The Enemy

2:41
A4

House Niggas Bleed To

1:32
A5

Bush Killa

Guitar
  • Kenny M
4:51
A6

Coffee, Donuts & Death

Scratches
  • DJ Yon
3:53
A7

Thinka 'Bout It

4:26
A8

Guerrillas In The Mist

3:11

Power Side

B1

The Days Of Old

Sampler
  • DJ Shadow
4:19
B2

Long Hot Summer

Sampler
  • Khaliq Asharri
  • Kif
Producer
  • Kif
1:42
B3

Conspiracy Of Silence

Sampler
  • Khaliq Asharri
  • Kif
Producer
  • Kif
Featuring
  • Son Doobie
  • L.P.
3:40
B4

Funky Lil' Party

Sampler
  • DJ Shadow
2:50
B5

Check It Out Ch'All

3:28
B6

Rise

Sampler
  • Kif
  • Khaliq Asharri
1:12
B7

Assata's Song

Saxophone
  • Eric Bertraud
5:03

Credits

Artwork By
  • J. Alex
Engineer
  • Mike Martin
Producer
  • Mike Martin
  • Paris
Photography
  • Victor Hall
Written By
Arranged By
  • Paris
Performer
  • Paris

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