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Definition Of Ill (GZ-Jay Remix) - Peanut Butter Wolf - My Vinyl Weighs A Ton (CD, Album)

17.09.2019
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8 thoughts on “ Definition Of Ill (GZ-Jay Remix) - Peanut Butter Wolf - My Vinyl Weighs A Ton (CD, Album)

  1. Peanut Butter Wolf STH This was the 12” that directly preceded Wolf’s landmark My Vinyl Weighs A Ton LP and features not only one of Quasimoto’s first appearances on .
  2. My Vinyl Weighs a Ton (Stones Throw, ) Peanut Butter Wolf might be best known as the figurehead of indie hip-hop behemoth Stones Throw, but prior .
  3. Artwork from My Vinyl Weighs a Ton album cover. Printed on 6 oz. % Cotton Tubular Jersey. Preshrunk to minimize shrinkage. Body Width: S=18 inches, .
  4. Peanut Butter Wolf w/ Quasimoto "Styles, Crews, Flows, Beats" My Vinyl Weighs a Ton (Stones Throw Records - ) Strength Magazine Presents "Bone Marrow" Subtext (FFRR/ London - ) Megashira "Weededed Megashira Remix" (Groove Attack - ) The .
  5. My Vinyl Weighs a Ton: Peanut Butter Wolf: Primary Artist, Producer, Mixing, Kazoo, Bass, Writer, Beats, Cut: Run the Line [Copasetik] Peanut Butter Wolf: Primary Artist, Remixing: Run the Line [US 12"] Peanut Butter Wolf.
  6. By the time Lootpack released their first album, 's Soundpieces: Da Antidote, Madlib was already moving on to other projects; he had produced records for Declaime and O.G.C., remixed material for Peanut Butter Wolf's Definition of Ill 12", and was debuting his Quasimoto persona, in which he delivered weedian verses in an artificially high.
  7. Review: A retrospective look at the diverse musical legacy of LA's Stones Throw Records - the premiere independent label started by Peanut Butter Wolf in Classic tracks from J Dilla, Madvillain and Madlib appear alongside incredibly rare and desirable promo-only vinyl tracks make this the perfect introduction to the label for the curious and essential for any fans of the label.

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