Marcus Intalex - Riots / Hell To Pay (Metalheadz 008)

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  1. The Watcha

    The Watcha Well-Known Member

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    iamdjsimm Well-Known Member

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    What? Riots is a beast!!

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    Although I am bias being a self confessed lover of all things Marcus!
     
  3. Matty28

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    Looking forward to this one, Marcus Intalex is a don output is always top notch!
     
  4. ScottyEightSix

    ScottyEightSix HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN

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    Riots is a riddim!
     
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    TheNitwits Well-Known Member

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    hell to pay is big, sounds a lot like digital & spirit, could use some more drum edits but i like the sound
     
  7. underspawn

    underspawn Well-Known Member

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    Riot is gully
     
  8. BackOut

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    I'll always prefer his lighter stuff
     
  9. Grade

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    Riots is fucking wicked
     
  10. Niz Naz

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    Marcus never fails to please, feeling both tunes