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DJ Shnootz - Click to view profile DJ Shnootz - Hard to Crack
Added: 03/02/2013
Styles: Acid, Techno
Downloads: 58
Filesize: 104.33 mb
Duration: 45:35
Bitrate: 320 kbit/s

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DJ's Comments
Hello once more.

So, please enjoy this mix of blazing, run-for-cover-and-hope-you-survive-the-insanity acid techno. Seriously, this set will shake the paint off your walls and leave you begging for more.

The samples are all from another Jean-Claude Van Damme movie, Maximum Risk.

Anyway, enjoy, and keep rocking to the acid beats,

Lochi – Fuckin’ Avin’ It ‘Ere – Routemaster
Jack Wax – Acid Rocker (Steve Mills Remix) – Flatlife
Sharkey – Product of Society (Smitten’s Once Bitten Remix) – React
Sterling Moss & Steve Mills – Ride the Snake – Braingravy [White]
Pig Snorter – My 909’s got a Picture of Chris Liberator on It – Routemaster
Ben 9mm – On Acid Forever – Analog Replicant
Mobile Dogwash – With a Parsnip – Braingravy [White]
Chris Liberator & Sterling Moss – Acid Wah Wah Wah! – WahWah

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So, I made a mistake. The samples are actually from JCVD's film Nowhere to Run, not Maximum Risk (which does exist also).

Peace for now,
DJ Shnootz (Sun 3 Feb 2013)    DJ Shnootz's website  

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