Various - That Sound:Ubiquity Hip Hop n' Soul Classics album flac
- Album: That Sound:Ubiquity Hip Hop n' Soul Classics
- FLAC: 1284 mb | MP3: 1190 mb
- Released: 2006
- Style: Future Jazz, Funk
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 290
- Format: XM MMF AAC MIDI TTA MP1 VOX
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|1||–As One Feat. Diverse||Believer (Harmonic 33 Mix)|
|2||–Beatless With Quasimoto And Madlib||Dominant|
|3||–Beatless With Quasimoto And Madlib||Rock On|
|4||–Breakestra Feat. Chali 2na*, Soup And Double K||Family Rap (This Is The Sound)|
|5||–Bugs With Joefinite The I.S.||Midnight Session|
|6||–Mumbles Feat. Darkleaf And Cut Chemist||Caution|
|7||–Ohmega Watts Feat. Lightheaded & Lifesavas||Illuminate Pt 2|
|8||–Ohmega Watts||That Sound (Quantic Soul Orchestra Mix)
Remix – The Quantic Soul Orchestra
|9||–Owusu & Hannibal||Delirium (Up Hygh Mix)
Remix – Up Hygh
|10||–Platinum Pied Pipers||Fever (DJ Spinna BK Banger Remix)
Remix – DJ Spinna
|11||–Platinum Pied Pipers||Shotgun|
|12||–Radio City Feat. Bajka||The Hop|
|13||–Roy Davis Jr.||Strings And Things|
- Manufactured By – Rambling Records Inc.
- Licensed From – Ubiquity Recordings, Inc.
NotesPackaged in Digipak.
Japan only compilation of Ubiquity.
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Album: That Sound:Ubiquity Hip Hop n' Soul Classics. Label: Rambling Records – RBCS-2174 Type: CD, Compilation Country: Japan Date of released: 05 Jul 2006 Category: Electronic, Hip Hop, Funk, Soul Style: Future Jazz, Funk. Various - That Sound:Ubiquity Hip Hop n' Soul Classics MP3 version. 2654 downloads at 28 mb/s. Various - That Sound:Ubiquity Hip Hop n' Soul Classics FLAC version. 2914 downloads at 32 mb/s.
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