Lords Of the Underground: Keepers Of The Funk, CD
Lords Of the Underground: Keepers Of The Funk, CD
€14.90
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Lords Of the Underground
Keepers Of The Funk
  • CD
  • United Kingdom
  • Pendulum Records
  • (72438 30710 2 9)
  • 13 Tracks
  • UPC 724383071029
  • EX / EX
  • used

tracks

1

Intro

1:00
2

Ready Or Not

Scratches
  • DJ Lord Jazz
Producer
  • Marley Marl
Co producer
  • Lords Of the Underground
4:03
3

Tic Toc

Scratches
  • DJ Lord Jazz
Producer
  • Marley Marl
Co producer
  • Lords Of the Underground
3:51
4

Keepers Of The Funk

Scratches
  • DJ Lord Jazz
Producer
  • Marley Marl
Co producer
  • Lords Of the Underground
  • Andre Booth
Bass
  • Andre Booth
4:18
5

Steam From Da Knot

Scratches
  • K-Def
Producer
  • K-Def
Co producer
  • Lords Of the Underground
4:17
6

What I'm After

Producer
  • K-Def
Co producer
  • Lords Of the Underground
4:19
7

Faith

Vocals
  • Deniece Williams
Scratches
  • DJ Lord Jazz
Producer
  • Lords Of the Underground
4:02
8

Neva Faded

Scratches
  • DJ Lord Jazz
Producer
  • Marley Marl
Featuring
  • Supreme C
Co producer
  • Lords Of the Underground
Bass
  • Frank Heller
Backing vocals
  • Bre
5:16
9

No Pain

Scratches
  • DJ Lord Jazz
Producer
  • K-Def
Featuring
  • Sah-B
Co producer
  • Lords Of the Underground
3:53
10

Frustrated

Scratches
  • DJ Lord Jazz
Producer
  • K-Def
Co producer
  • Lords Of the Underground
Backing vocals
  • Sah-B
4:18
11

Yes Y'all

Producer
  • Marley Marl
Keyboards
  • Mr. Funke
Co producer
  • Lords Of the Underground
4:17
12

What U See

Scratches
  • DJ Lord Jazz
Producer
  • Marley Marl
Co producer
  • Lords Of the Underground
3:57
13

Outro

1:28

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