K-Rino - Ten Year Run mp3 album
Ten Year Run is a compilation album by American rapper K-Rino, released in 2003 on Black Book International. The first release by K-Rino's new label, the album was released on the tenth anniversary of K-Rino's debut studio album Stories from the Black Book, and features songs from his four albums released from 1993 to 1999 (K-Rino had not released an album since 1999 at the time of this album's release). It additionally features four previously unreleased bonus tracks.
K-Rino – Ten Year Run. Label: Black Book International – none. Format: CD, Compilation. Matrix, Runout: A2170 10 Year Run AD-A0-302332-SC1. Mastering SID Code: IFPI LM22. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.
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Chick Magnet (10 Year and Running Album Version). 5. Want ad. 6. Tomorrow's Another Day. 7. Doing Time (10 Years and Running Album Version). 8. Broken Bones, the (10 Years and Running Album Version). 10. Teenage Politics (10 Years and Running Album Version). 12. Gsf (10 Years and Running Album Version). 13. Do your Feet Hurt (10 Years and Running Album Version). 14. Let it Happen (10 Years and Running Album Version).
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K-Rino's experience and knowledge of the game is evident in this compilation as he commands attention and rips the mic track after track. While you'll find a fair amount of street tales on this album, a reflection of K-Rino's experience in Houston's notorious Southside, K-Rino does more than threaten you or brag on the mic. On "Ghetto .
The Long Run (album). The Long Run is the sixth studio album by American rock group the Eagles. It was released in 1979, on Asylum in the United States and in the United Kingdom. This was the first Eagles album to feature Timothy B. Schmit, who had replaced founding member Randy Meisner. This was the band's final studio album for Asylum Records. 2 Critical reception.
- Pressed By – Mo Bang 4 Ya Buck
- Printed By – Mo Bang 4 Ya Buck
NotesThere are two versions of this DVD. One is from Bang, the other is from K-Rino. This version, with the long DVD box, was from Bang.
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