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MDMA, Vol. 2 (Continuous DJ Mix By DJ Skribble & Anthony Acid)


Download links and information about MDMA, Vol. 2 (Continuous DJ Mix By DJ Skribble & Anthony Acid) by Anthony Acid, DJ Skribble. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 02:27:50 minutes.

Artist: Anthony Acid, DJ Skribble
Release date: 1999
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 02:27:50
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No. Title Length
1. Intro 1:47
2. Aura Tribe [Club 69 Tribal Mix] (featuring Peter Rauhofer, Dan - O) 2:14
3. Aumore Chimico [Sintetico Remix] 1:12
4. Nanafushi-Hodo [Satori] (featuring Strobe-Nanafushi) 2:09
5. I Want Your Love [Da Bangin' Main Mix] (featuring Da Buddah Bangaz) 5:37
6. Got to Dance Disco [The Insider Mix] (featuring HOG, The Groovelines) 2:37
7. People Get Down [Main Mix] (featuring Scap) 5:30
8. Feel the Drugs (featuring OTM) 7:02
9. Relentless [Original Mix] (featuring Tim Rex) 7:15
10. Got the Groove [SM In Motion Club Mix] (featuring Sm - Trax) 4:08
11. Ride the Trip [Lift-Off Mix] (featuring Plasmic Honey) 4:58
12. Reel Thing [Main Mix] (featuring Revalation) 4:19
13. C'mon Get Up [Nuts Off Mix] (featuring Squirrel Project) 6:09
14. Let There Be House (featuring Da Buddah Bangaz) 5:26
15. Don't Wanna Be Free [Main Mix] (featuring Peter Bailey) 5:26
16. One Life [Main Mix] 8:01
17. MDMA, Vol. 2 (Continuous DJ Mix) 1:14:00



DJ Skribble and Anthony Acid returned in 1999 for the second volume in the MDMA series of mix albums. There isn't anything particularly novel about this volume. In fact, it's probably the most lackluster and faceless mix in the series. Few of these tracks ever became more than novelties, with the exception of a Pete Rauhofer production ("Aura Tribe"), and even that sounds of its time. This was Skribble's last entry into the series before he left for bigger and better things as a commercial-as-commercial-gets DJ in the early 2000s. Acid returns for the next volume by himself, moving the series more toward a trance sound.