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Various Artists - 100% Exclusive CD / DVD [Wolftown]
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Written by Certified Banger   
Thursday, 30 October 2008

Various Artists - 100% Exclusive CD / DVD [Wolftown]Back once again for the very third time; UK Runnings and The Urban Shop drop a bigger and better CD. This time every track is exclusive hence the name: 100% Exclusive. Now who else could do that? No-one, only Tricksta. To add to the largeness there’s a DVD that almost deserves a review of it own.

Not only has Tricksta orchestrated the whole thing, he’s also produced exactly half of the tracks on here, recorded most of it and then released it on his own label: the famous, 50+ release deep, Wolftown Recordings. Anyone who’s ever listened to any of the UK Runnings releases knows what to expect from ‘100% Exclusive’ and they wont be disappointed.

Featuring UK wide artists as well as the home grown Wolftown talents this CD is chock full of bangers. I’m not going to list the artists involved but you can click the link to see the full track listing. If you’re into discovering new music then listening to this wouldn’t be a bad thing, many of the acts here are of a high quality but as yet are not too well known - once more, Tricksta is one step ahead.

The DVD features videos from Million Dan, Supar Novar, 10Shott, Conman and more. It features interviews with Late, 10Shott, Kid Rad, Jai Boo and more. You also get a tour of the HHB.com radio headquarters and Tricksta’s crib. It’s an entertaining documentary about the UK’s hardest working; it had me hooked. It also features some art and some snowboarding. Here’s to more DVD’s like this.

All in all: buy this and you’ll get your money’s worth. 30 great tracks that you won’t find anywhere else and an hour’s worth of visual entertainment. Can’t say fairer than that.

By: Certified Banger | http://certifiedbanger.blogspot.com

Various Artists - 100% Exclusive CD / DVD [Wolftown]

Track List:

01. Tricksta & Jabba The Kut - This Is 100% Exclusive
02. 10Sott - Are You Ready?
03. Swift It Major - 100% Exclusive Bars
04. Size8, Conman & A1 - Roll Out The Carpet
05. Reain - Close The Curtain
06. Big Cakes - Spread Love
07. Late - They Don’t Wanna See Me Blow
08. Logic - I Rap To Live
09. Kid Rad ft.Jabba Tha Kut - Everyday I See The Same Thing
10. Manny Moscow - Live From The Kremlin
11. Tricksta & Jabba The Kut - You Know How We Do This
12. Size8 - To Be Real
13. Conspicuous The Coroner - Another Same
14. Jai Boo - Don’t Look At Me
15. Unfriendly Neighbours - Impossible
16. A1 ft.Conman - English Men
17. Deadline & Jimmy Raygun - Me & Him
18. Conman - Snakes & Rats
19. Manny Moscow ft. Late & Jai Boo - These Days
20. Debonair - We Kill
21. Tricksta & Jabba The Kut - Keep It Moving
22. Magishan - Something For Tricksta
23. Bungle - Who’s That?
24. Double E - So Different
25. Hard Livin - I Lay My Heart On The Page
26. The Souljah Clique ft. Kelz - Mic Vehicle
27. Late ft. Jai Boo - Wolftown Bless’ (Early B Remix)
28. P.A.C. - Breakadawn
29. Yaeo - Don’t Talk It
30. Tricksta - Blood, Sweat, Tears




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