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Lyrical Rundown - Twin Hype - Double Barrel (EP) (Vinyl)

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  1. Twin Hype A: For Those Who Like To Groove (Radio Mix) B: Do It To The Crowd (Club Mix) BCM Germany: 7" 0 UK: Twin Hype A: Do It To The Crowd B: Do It To The Crowd (Instrumental) Profile UK: PROF Jul 7" 0: Twin Hype A: For Those Who Like To Groove B: Lyrical Rundown: Profile UK: PROF Nov Promo Only 7" 0Missing: Double Barrel.
  2. Vinyl should be very clean, but can have less luster than near mint. Twin Hype Double Barrel EP. Profile, Near Mint- LP $ 9 cuts, including "Lyrical Rundown", "Nothin' Could Save Ya" and "Rap (It Ain't Illegal Yet)". LP, Vinyl record album. Platinum Pied Pipers Triple P Instrumentals. Ubiquity, Very Good+ 2LP.
  3. TWIN HYPE / DOUBLE BARREL (EP) B1 Lyrical Rundown B2 Something Like Venom B3 Rap (It Ain't Illegal Yet) B4 Double Barrel
  4. Format: CD, Year: , Label: Profile Records (PCD), Length:
  5. Parallax (Ei8Trak/Mass Vinyl Records) - WKCR Promo Company Flow - Bad Touch Example The Laughing Syndrome? - Promo Poops and Pumpkinhead - The Laughing Syndrome (promo/demo) Double Trouble - Live At The Amphitheatre World Famous Supreme Team - Hey DJ Pieces of a Dream - Mt. Airy Groove Talk Break Twin Hype - Lyrical Rundown.
  6. hip hop:: twin hype - double barrel (ep) inc. nothin' could save ya / another album / wrong place, wrong time / the counterfeit incident / call me / lyrical rundown / something like venom / rap (it ain't illegal yet).
  7. original hip hop culture beat digging records breaks beats cutting scratching old school deejaying emceeing b-boys b-boy graffiti writers human beatbox record collecting sneakers raw dope fresh fly super duty tuff vinyl record shops jazz funk fusion rock drums turntablism percussion mpc sp sampling indie golden era records vinyl sneakers kool herc bambaataa flash wild style style warsMissing: Double Barrel.
  8. New Jersey's Twin Hype released a pair of albums during a short career that spawned one undeniably brilliant single in the form of "Do It to the Crowd." Twin brothers Sly (Glennis Brown) and Slick (Lennis Brown) were joined by DJ King Shameek (Jose Matos) for a self-titled album and Double Barrel, a follow-up – both of which were.

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