7Mar/115

Sounds of The 90s: The Remixes V. 2

As promised monthly, here is the latest of Sounds of The 90s: The Remixes Volume 2. Each month we’ll be bringing you 10 remixes of the 90s we hold near and dear to our hearts. Let’s reminisce on these tracks and remember why we’re still listening to hip-hop today. Why we’re still on blogs such as ours where we get to relive the greatest era our music has ever seen.  As always, if you have a favorite remix and would like it to be included on future volumes be sure to send it our way or post it up on our forum. Look for the return of Sounds Like The 90s tomorrow! –PhilaflavaDownload V. 2

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6 Responses to “Sounds of The 90s: The Remixes V. 2”

  1. Come on guys, that Da King & I song is actually called “Flip Da SCRIP”. You guys put “Script”. There’s no “t”. *shaking head*

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    • Thun says:

      ^Aren’t you the same guy who thought the line “Dizzy Gillespie played the sax” was from “DWYCK”?

      Yes, you are, and I have proof.

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  2. Droopy says:

    Good stuff

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  3. @Thun

    Dude, I was asked “what song is this line from” and the first thing that came to mind was Nice & Smooth on Gang Starr’s DWYCK. OMG OMG I messed up! OMG!!! My thinking was along the right lines with Nice & Smooth, but yeah, I thought of the wrong song. SUE ME!!!

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    • Thun says:

      The point I am making, which is PATENTLY OBVIOUS to anyone with a triple digit IQ, is that you are in no position to nitpick over something as absurdly unimportant as a superfluous “t”. Thank you for proving my point.

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