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Playing It Cool - O.G. Style (2) - I Know How To Play Em! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Oct 01,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about O.G. Style - I Know How To Play 'Em! at Discogs. Complete your O.G. Style collection/5(68).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I Know How To Play 'Em! on Discogs. Label: Rap-A-Lot Records - SL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • /5(47).
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  4. O.G. Style - I Know How To Play 'Em!. , CD, Rap, Houston, Texas, Rap-A-Lot Records, Priority Records All Categories CD Cassette Tape Record Digital Home >.
  5. man, do not sleep on this piece of houston history! original e & big boss may both of you pioneers of the lone star state rest in piece. this album got major play back when it came out and still to this day as well. sucker, funky payback, playing it cool, i know how to play em, etc,etc,etc.. pick this up and get ready for a trip down memory 5/5(1).
  6. 2. Sucker 3. Funky Payback 4. Catch 'Em Slippin 5. Playing It Cool 6. This Is How It Should Be Done 7. Knowledge Is the Gift 8. Free World 9. 10 B. 3 Kick the Ballistics Listen to the Drum Power "E" Shout Outs Aint We Funky.
  7. Vinyl is now cool! Predictions of the death of vinyl after the advent of the compact disc were greatly exaggerated, and the wheel has gone full circle for a lot of people who want more of a connection with their music. A connection that digital playback – from discs, .
  8. To play grade, you need to put the needle down and give it a spin. Do you hear clicks, pops, or skipping? Read ahead to see what that means for the condition of the vinyl record. Vinyl Record Condition Summaries. Inspect the vinyl and sleeve and compare it to the notes for each step in the Goldmine Standard to determine the condition of a record.
  9. Sep 11,  · The thicker, heavier vinyl will degrade more slowly than a thinner pressing and the records will stand up to repeat play a little better. That said, all vinyl degrades a tiny bit every time you.