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    1. The Outsidaz - "Rain or Shine" (Proceed, 1998)

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    2. Casual - "I Didn't Mean To" (Jive, 1994)

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    Knockoff Oakley Sunglasses Mr. Len: The trumpet is used in the chorus and accents the reverse bass like they knew he was going to use it. I've listened to that Kool & The Gang album so many times and always get so caught up listening to the song I forget to think about how to use it. The way it's EQ'd so that the music behind the trumpet is almost non existent.... maaaan, listen.

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    3. Ice Cube - "My Summer Vacation" (Priority, 1991)

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    4. The Juggaknots - "Clear Blue Skies" (Fondle 'Em, 1996)

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    5. K.M.D. - "Gasface Refill" (Elektra, 1990)

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    6. Kurious - "Tear Shit Up" (Hoppoh, 1994)

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    7. De La Soul - "Can U Keep a Secret" (Tommy Boy, 1989)

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    9. Portishead - "All Mine" (Go! Beat, 1997)

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    Mr. Len: Yeah, I know it ain't hip hop.. but I'm saying!! This was a great flip. Changed the timing altogether but somehow kept the soul and groove. The piano flutter reminds you exactly what you're listening to. The filtering on this song is phenomenal.


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