Various ‎– Operation Beatbox

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Re-constriction Records ‎– REC-023, Cargo Music ‎– 72324 84507 26
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1 Christ Analogue Natural Born Killaz
Written-By – Dr. Dre, Ice Cube
4:09
2 16 Volt Ain't Goin' Out Like That
Written-By – Cypress Hill
4:15
3 Clay People Jump Around
Written-By – House Of Pain
3:34
4 Society Burning Colors
Written-By – Ice-T
4:56
5 Terminal 46 Night Of The Living Bassheads
Written-By – Public Enemy
4:11
6 Apparatus The Devil Made Me Do It
Written-By – Paris (2)
4:00
7 Battery Gangsta's Paradise
Written-By – Coolio
4:52
8 Numb Push It
Written-By – Salt 'N' Pepa
4:40
9 D.C.K. Fight The Power
Written-By – Public Enemy
4:20
10 Tinfed Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun
Featuring – Killing FloorWritten-By – Beastie Boys
3:55
11 SMP Prophets Of Rage
Written-By – Public Enemy
3:21
12 Colla Destra Wicked
Written-By – Ice Cube
4:47
13 Slave Unit Typical American
Written-By – The Goats
3:14
14 Institute Of Technology King Of Rock
Written-By – Run-DMC
4:56
15 A-Politiq;* Momma Said Knock You Out
Written-By – LL Cool J
5:17
16 Insight 23 Can You Rock It Like This
Written-By – Run-DMC
4:37
17 Abstinence Two Three Break
Written-By – Beastie Boys
4:58

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Subtitled with "synthcore re-makes of your favorite rap jams".

Mastered at Cupid Audio, Huntington Beach, CA.

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  • Barcode: 7 23248 45072 6

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
REC-023-PR, 7 23248 45072 6 Various Operation Beatbox(Cass, Comp, Promo) Re-constriction Records, Cargo Music REC-023-PR, 7 23248 45072 6 US 1996 Sell This Version
REC-023, 72324 84507 26 Various Operation Beatbox(CD, Comp, Promo) Re-constriction Records, Cargo Music REC-023, 72324 84507 26 US 1996 Sell This Version

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MachiasMan

MachiasMan

April 7, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

Overall, this is a fun compilation simply for the novelty of hearing such wildly different versions of hip-hop songs we all know so well originally. Taken on their own merits, however, many of the tracks are rather flat. Standouts include the "Jump Around" cover and Institute of Technologies "King of Rock" version, which has a clear sense of humor without dissing the mighty DMC.