Uncle 22 - 6 milliion ways to die.

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  1. The_Jungledon

    The_Jungledon www.FreelanceJunglist.com

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    Had a very heated debate about this tune with some cock who thought that dj hype made this tune. So when i showed him a youtube clip of it he was gobsmacked. Always thought hype had made it. LMAO

    Anyway, theres loads of remixes of this tune, whats your fav.

    Mines this.
    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=VmBSxYqm2jk
    CLASSIC
     
  2. Ray Rampage

    Ray Rampage Active Member

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    i can understand the confusion tbh, Hype remixed and it came out on Ram

    Zinc titled another tune 6 Million Ways which came out on Frontline under Dope Skillz

    not sure which mix i like the best tbh
     
  3. Serum

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    It could be hard to track down but the original is

    Uncle 22 - Choose One (Pure NRG)

    Miles better than the one on Ram IMO
    The main confusion is because there was a track by DJ Zinc (as Dopeskillz) on frontline called Six Million Ways but this was the one with the method man & redman sample and not the one with the cutty ranks one.
     
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    Even Lennie D Ice has released a track called like this.:D

    Prefer Zincs track though..
     
  6. Mr G

    Mr G Old Cunt From 19 Longtime

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    Still have it vinyl too.