Sovereign & JJ Louis - Untitled album flac
|Untitled (Mix 1)|
|Untitled (Mix 2)|
|Untitled (Mix 3)|
|SS032||Sovereign & JJ Louis||Sovereign & JJ Louis - Untitled (12", W/Lbl)||Southside Recordings||SS032||UK||2001|
|SS 032||Sovereign & JJ Louis||Sovereign & JJ Louis - Untitled (12", S/Sided)||Southside Recordings||SS 032||UK||2001|
Album 1. Release Date.
Label: Southside Recordings - SS 018 Format: Vinyl, 12" Country: UK Released: 2000.
JJ Louis & Sovereign - Ready Or Not. Ian64003.
Licence to Kill 007" by Sovereign, JJ Louis and Fuze sampled John Barry and Monty Norman's "James Bond Theme". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
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Sovereign & JJ Louis – Untitled. Label: Southside Recordings – SS032. Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label. Untitled (Mix 3). Notes. A & B2 are vocal 2-step tracks featuring MC Easyrider. Matrix, Runout (A-Side Runout Hand Etchings): SS032·A·. Matrix, Runout (B-Side Runout Hand Etchings): SS032 ·B·.
Track list: A. Fine (Untitled Mix 1). B. Fine (Untitled Mix 2). Recently viewed. JJ Louis & Sovereign. Thank you. Related Releases: JJ Louis. I'm Back EP. I'm Back EP Vo.
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JJ Louis & Sovereign - Herbalist (UK Garage 2000). JJ Louis & Gonzalez - I Dont Want Nobody Else - Southside Records. Description : wicked vocal tune from 1998. JJ Louis & Gonsallo - A Touch Of Jazz. Description : JJ Louis & Jade Lion feat M. anton - Ruff, Tuff and Ready (Southside Records). Description : BIG OLD SKOOL GARAGE RIDDIM from the year 2000 SOUTHSIDE RECORDS JJ LOUIS & JADE. Dynamite (Earl Hooker) by The JJ Louis Quartet.
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