Obas Nenor ‎– My Way Home

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Mahogani Music ‎– M.M-35
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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SIDE A is a rework of Gil Scott-Heron's "Home is where the hatred is"
SIDE B contains an extract of Gwen McCrae "90% of me is you"

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MM-35-A Dietr
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MM-35-B Dietr

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Andy3012

Andy3012

May 20, 2018

KDJ put this out. As a switched on, righteous dude Moodymann knows his shit, so arguments are good and debate healthy, but I'm gonna stick with Kenny. I bought this, I play it, I like it. And yes, I am a massive fan of GSH.
terence_evergreen

terence_evergreen

December 29, 2016
Artificialsweetner be hating like a mofo. Good album for regular price. Get 2 cuts you can play out. Change is the dance floor wrecker.
bdamason

bdamason

October 7, 2015
haha love artificialsweetner's comment.

Change Got To Come is the track though, pitch it up ~ +4.
enabler

enabler

July 18, 2015

This shit is wack as fuck. Instead of listening to My way home "by" Obas Nenor go listen to 'Home is where the hatred is' by Gil Scott Heron. All this person did was chop it up and suck the soul out of it while adding nothing. It sounds like it was made by someone who got their MPC 2 weeks ago and hasn't read the instruction manual yet