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Dub Pistols - Six Million Ways To Live Album

Tracklist

1Official Chemical
2World Gone Crazy
Vocals – Horace Andy
36 AM
4Soldiers
Vocals – Planet Asia
5Architect
6Sound Clash
7Soul Shaking
8Six Million Ways To Live
9Riptides
10Problem Is
Vocals – Terry Hall
11Still Breathing

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DISNCD108Dub Pistols Six Million Ways To Live ‎(CD, Album)Distinct'ive RecordsDISNCD108UK & Europe2003
noneDub Pistols Six Million Ways To Live ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Distinct'ive RecordsnoneUK2003
INTF-10365-2Dub Pistols Six Million Ways To Live ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Geffen RecordsINTF-10365-2US2001
DISNCD108Dub Pistols Six Million Ways To Live ‎(CD, Album, Promo, DVD)Distinct'ive RecordsDISNCD108Europe2003
DP108CDDub Pistols Six Million Ways To Live ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Sli)Distinct'ive RecordsDP108CDUK2003

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Dub Pistols - Six Million Ways To Live Album

Performer: Dub Pistols

Title: Six Million Ways To Live

Country: UK

Release date: 13 Oct 2003

Label: Distinct'ive Records

Style: Dub, Downtempo

Catalog: DISNLP108

Genre: Electronic / Rap & Hip-Hop

Size MP3: 1818 mb

Size FLAC: 2229 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 483

Record source: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album

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