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Muzik Magazine - 1997: The Tunes
(January 1998, freebie CD by Muzik Magazine, MUZIK BOD 2)
01. 00:00 Roy Davis Jnr. feat. Peven Everett - Gabriel (Live Garage Edit)
02. 00:00 Fatboy Slim - Going Out of my Head
03. 00:00 DJ Sneak - You Can't Hide From Your Bud
04. 00:00 Industry Standard - What You Want, What You Need (Blunt Edit)
05. 00:00 Basement Jaxx - Fly Life (Brix Radio Edit)
06. 00:00 Sneaker Pimps - Spin Spin Sugar (Dark Garage Edit)
07. 00:00 Kwesi - Lovely (Dream Teem Bounce)
08. 00:00 Shadow 100 / DOM & Roland - Distorted Dreams
09. 00:00 Jonny L - Piper
10. 00:00 Slacker - Scared
11. 00:00 KRS-ONE - Step Into A World (Rapture's Delight) (Radio Edit)
12. 00:00 Nalin & Kane - Beachball (Vocal Radio Edit)
13. 00:00 Brainbug - Nightmare (Sinister Strings Radio Edit)
14. 00:00 Laurent Garnier - Crispy Bacon
15. 00:00 Rosie Gaines - Closer Than Close (High Dread Colly Mix)
16. 00:00 Underworld - Moaner (Short Version)
17. 00:00 Roni Size / Reprazent - New Forms
18. 00:00 The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up (Jonny L Remix)
19. 00:00 Double 99 feat. Top Cat - R.I.P Groove (Radio Edit)

This is a Free CD given away with the January 1998 issue of Muzik Magazine. This 19 track CD includes very rare Smack My Bitch Up (Jonny L Remix). When SMBU was about to be released 3 other acts were asked to remix it. DJ Hype, Jonny L and Slacker. Liam liked the DJ Hype version the most since it was quite far from anything that Liam makes so he decided they'd put that remix on the single. The Jonny L remix has appeared unofficially on whitelabel compilation and this is the only CD that contain official release of the Jonny L remix of Smack My Bitch Up. The Slacker remix is rumored to be out on whitelabel, actually it must be since radio stations have played it.

If you know something else about this record/release, please mail to me or contact me via feedback form.
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