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Friends (Instrumental) - Mighty Mystic - First Exposure (Vinyl)

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  1. Mighty Mystic - Treat Her Right - Split2nd Records - SP(Stereo - Radio Station Promo Issue - Printed In Canada - ) This 12 Inch is a Radio Station Promo Issue and on the front of the cover a Promo Issue Banner can be seen along the bottom left corner.
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  3. Guitarist Philip Jamieson and several friends began crafting celestial sounds in ; within months they’d slapped together a rough demo that earned them opening gigs for Japanese instrumental.
  4. "Livin Free is the most ambitious project to date from New Hampshire reggae-rock outfit Roots of Creation. Appropriately riffing on their home state’s motto, “Live Free or Die,” the release.
  5. 4. Friends - Whodini 5. Still #1- KRS One 6. Cha Cha Cha - MC Lyte 7. My Adidas- RUN DMC 8. My Mic- Salt-N-Pepa 9. Microphone Fiend - Eric B & Rakim Bad- LL Cool J Halftime- Nasty Nas Hip Hop Junkies- Nice and Smooth Take It Personal - Gangstarr Just to Get A Rep- Gangstarr Mass Appeal - Gangstarr Step in the Arena.
  6. First, then, is Ned, a rather stout, thick-set figure; round open face, with large very blue eyes, firm mouth—not expressed so much in the lips as in the set of the teeth beneath them; brownish dark hair, which, though always kept short, always looks dishevelled; nose the least prominent feature in his face, though straight and well formed.
  7. Mighty Mystic – The Art of Balance (Roots Musician Records) Jamaican-born and U.S.-bred singer drops his third album on March 11, a set following Concrete World which included the superb Cali Green. Rising Tide – TBA (Soulbeats) New project from members from U.S. reggae giants Groundation. First single Is It Right was released in December.
  8. The songs on Electric Friends have a nice commercial pop sound without ever having that awful canned overprocessed digital gloss that we find so annoying. Even though layering and studio polish are part of the puzzle, they are used in such subtle ways that they add emphasis to these tracks rather than having detrimental effects.

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