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Playlist 14/10/06

1. dj grievous - sith beats iii [local rec]
2. dj grievous - da beach [local rec]
3. boca 45 - tribute [invada/inertia]
4. hi-tek feat dilla, nas, common, busta rhymes & marsha of floetry - music for life [babygrande]
5. dj tonk feat pismo - my underground life [milk dipper]
6. black sheep - everyday [bumrush]
7. darien brockington - all we ever need [hall of justus]
8. victor fields feat jeff lorber - lovely day [regina]
9. mic little feat ne-yo - put it in a letter [def jam/universal]
10. inch-time - icicles & snowflakes [sonar kollektiv/creative vibes]
11. danieto & flipper - transito [u-cover]
12. cb funk - stay tonight [balkon]
13. deetron - you've got me swinging [music man]
14. cobblestone jazz - creator [it is what it is]
15. leon thomas - the creator has a masterplan [flying dutchman]
16. our cry for peace feat dwight trible - a love supreme [kindred spirits]
17. salah ragab - oriental mood [art yard]
18. willie rosario - calypso blues [honest jons]
19. sygaire - oh-ba-ju-li [sonar kollektiv/creative vibes]
20. the invisible session - my inspiration (dig the bass soulstance remix) [schema/creative vibes]
21. opolopo feat amalia - all systems down [cdr]
22. isabelle antena - brazilian dorian dream [gate]
23. slowly feat quasimode - caveman boogie [flower]
24. robb scott - baracoa [sunshine/creative vibes]
25. fat freddy's drop - cay's crays (artificial intelligence remix) [kartel]

I didn't realise it was Friday the 13th until the show was over, but in retrospect it seems appropriate that I started with DJ Grievous' rework of the Imperial Theme from Star Wars. This week's album picks are the incredible reissue of Salah Ragab & the Cairo Jazz Ensemble and hip hop producer Hi-Tek's 'Hi-Teknology 2'. You send me: myspace.com/enniostyles ::::: stylin@modalforces.com ::::: PO Box 1055, Fitzroy North VIC 3068, Australia.

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