Mr. Lif ‎– Enters The Colossus

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Def Jux ‎– DJX003-1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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A1 Datablend
Producer – Mr. LifRecorded By, Mixed By – Ray FernandesScratches [Cuts] – DJ Sense (2)Written-By – J. Haynes*
3:20
A2 Cro-Magnon
Featuring – Illin' PProducer – Fakts OneRecorded By, Mixed By – Ray FernandesWritten-By – J. Haynes*, P. Russell*
3:56
A3 Pulse Cannon
Featuring – Insight (2), T-RuckusProducer, Keyboards, Synthesizer [Analog Synth], Recorded By, Mixed By – Insight (2)Scratches [Cuts] – Statik Selectah*Written-By – A. Todman*, J. Haynes*, T. Powell
3:00
A4 Enters The Colossus
Producer – Mr. LifRecorded By, Mixed By – Ray FernandesScratches [Cuts], Vocals [Additional] – DJ Sense (2)Written-By – J. Haynes*
3:08
B1 Avengers
Featuring – AkrobatikProducer – Fakts OneRecorded By, Mixed By – Ray FernandesWritten-By – J. Bridgeman*, J. Haynes*
2:56
B2 Front On This
Mixed By – VassosProducer, Scratches [Cuts] – paWL (2)Recorded By – Nasa (3)Written-By – J. Haynes*
3:56
B3 Arise
Mixed By – VassosProducer, Recorded By – El-PScratches [Cuts] – Fakts OneWritten-By – J. Haynes*
5:09

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A1, A2, A4, B1 recorded and mixed at Boston Butta Beats.
A3 recorded and mixed at Steel Acres.
B2 recorded and mixed at Ozone Studios NYC.
B3 recorded at The Crib and mixed at Ozone Studios NYC.

The original version of "Arise" appears on "Triangular Warfare" on Brick Records (1999).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 03088 81167 4
  • Barcode (String): 003088811674
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side A): DJX 003 A |
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side B): DJX 003 B | TT Hitfactory Mastering

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February 21, 2013
Another head-noddin' and thought provoking effort complete with a swanky, multi-layered opus from El Producto to close it out. If you (were me) saw this 10 years ago, at Amoeba, with THAT cover art, how could you not pick it up and wonder, "who is Mr. Lif?" I dare you to front on this...
Only Def Jux's third (or so) release! This came out even before Def Jux had decided what their vinyl label would look like!