Sir Jinx: Chastisement (Deez Days), Tape
Sir Jinx: Chastisement (Deez Days), Tape
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Sir Jinx
Chastisement (Deez Days)

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
  • Rally Park Creations
  • (RPC-2008)
  • 23 Tracks
  • UPC 700082200847
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Intro

A2

All About Money

A3

I Putz It Down

A4

City Never Sleepz

A5

No Love

A6

Ain't Givin' Up No Love

A7

Right Here

A8

Pic-A-Nic

A9

Rally Park

A10

Insert: Old School Robin Lench Iz Back (With A Twisted)

A11

Who'z Da Man (Sir Jinx's Theme Song)

B1

Life Stylez

B2

Sho-Nuff

B3

Come Blaze Wit Me

B4

Insert: Phone Call

B5

Don't Get It Twisted

B6

Insert: Beaz & Nigz

B7

Beaz & Nigz

B8

Whoz Watching Who

B9

Free Your Mind

B10

The Mindstate

B11

Insert: Power To The People

B12

Power To The People

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