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Madlib Remixes EP

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Madlib Remixes
Madlib Remixes EP.jpg
EP by
Released2000
Recorded1998-2000
GenreHip hop, remix
Length21:08
LabelNo Label Records & Tapes Inc.
ProducerMadlib
Madlib chronology
Madlib Invazion
(2000)
Madlib Remixes
(2000)
Angles Without Edges
(2001)

Madlib Remixes is a compilation of early hip hop tracks remixed by hip hop producer Madlib released as a 12-inch EP in 2000.[1] Madlib originally intended the remixes for personal use but decided to independently release them (No Label Records is just a comical reference). The vinyl LP was re-issued by Madlib on August 1, 2008.[2]

Track listing

All tracks mixed, produced, composed, and arranged by Madlib.

Dope Side (Side 1)
No.TitleLength
1."Intro" (Madlib)0:37
2."The Look Of Love, Part 2 (Remix)" (T3)1:23
3."Misery Needs Company (Remix)" (Noreaga)1:03
4."Firewater (Remix)" (Big Pun)1:51
5."Slang Editorial (Remix)" (Cappadonna)1:45
6."Wanna Test (Remix)" (Lootpack and Medaphoar)2:58
Phat Side (Side 2)
No.TitleLength
1."Intro" (Madlib)0:19
2."My World Premiere (Remix)" (Charizma & Peanut Butter Wolf)1:21
3."Don't See Us (Remix)" (The Roots)2:52
4."No Holds Barred (Remix)" (M.O.P.)1:12
5."Just To Get A Rep (Remix)" (Gang Starr)1:57
6."Interlude" (Madlib)0:38
7."Car Horn (Remix)" (45 King and Common)3:12

References

  1. ^ "Madlib Remixes [EP] - Madlib | Release Credits". AllMusic.com. Retrieved January 1, 2014.
  2. ^ "Madlib - Madlib Remixes (Vinyl)". Discogs.com. Retrieved January 1, 2014.
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