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Double vinyl LP pressing. Boot Camp Clik's Smif-N-Wessun performs their classic hits with the Czech Republic based band, Champion Sound, live in Prague. Tek N' Steel first stormed the masses with hardcore rhymes and a flawless ability to trade the mic without hesitation. Produced by Evil Dee and Mr. Walt, Dah Shinin was layered with heavy bass lines, razor sharp scratching and a dungeon sound that basted through any roof. While tracks like, "Timbz N' Hood Check," told of the underbelly of street life, "Won Time," discussed the results of snitching; "Cession At Da Doghillee," previewed the soon to be Boot Camp Clik; and the jazz influenced Brooklyn anthem, "Buck Town," became a Duck Down trademark.
Double vinyl LP pressing. Boot Camp Clik's Smif-N-Wessun performs their classic hits with the Czech Republic based band, Champion Sound, live in Prague. Tek N' Steel first stormed the masses with hardcore rhymes and a flawless ability to trade the mic without hesitation. Produced by Evil Dee and Mr. Walt, Dah Shinin was layered with heavy bass lines, razor sharp scratching and a dungeon sound that basted through any roof. While tracks like, "Timbz N' Hood Check," told of the underbelly of street life, "Won Time," discussed the results of snitching; "Cession At Da Doghillee," previewed the soon to be Boot Camp Clik; and the jazz influenced Brooklyn anthem, "Buck Town," became a Duck Down trademark.
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Champion Sound - Live From Prague
Artist: Smif-N-Weesun
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Bucktown USA (Champion Sound Intro)
2. Let's Git It on
3. Stand Strong
4. I Love You Remix
5. Wontime
6. Black Smif N Wessun
7. And So
8. Black Trump
9. Monumental
10. P.N.C
11. Roses
12. Gotta Say It
13. Wreckonize Remix
14. Champion Sound Break
15. Bucktown
16. Super Brooklyn
17. Sound Bwoy Bureill
18. D;D Soundclash

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Double vinyl LP pressing. Boot Camp Clik's Smif-N-Wessun performs their classic hits with the Czech Republic based band, Champion Sound, live in Prague. Tek N' Steel first stormed the masses with hardcore rhymes and a flawless ability to trade the mic without hesitation. Produced by Evil Dee and Mr. Walt, Dah Shinin was layered with heavy bass lines, razor sharp scratching and a dungeon sound that basted through any roof. While tracks like, "Timbz N' Hood Check," told of the underbelly of street life, "Won Time," discussed the results of snitching; "Cession At Da Doghillee," previewed the soon to be Boot Camp Clik; and the jazz influenced Brooklyn anthem, "Buck Town," became a Duck Down trademark.
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