Underground Frequencies, Vol. 2 - Tuff Jam Presents Reviews
Description:Genre: Dance & Electronic - House & Garage / Artist: Tuff Jam Presents / Audio CD released 1998-05-09 at Deconstruction / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 90% Of Me Is You - Powell, Samantha 2 Boundaries - Conquest, Leena 3 Never Far From You - Edwards, Todd 4 F ... more
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4 Flava Fever - Cole, M.J.
5 Somebody Else's Guy - Peniston, Ce Ce
6 Shake That Ass - Divine Soul
7 Love Shy - Blond, Kristine
8 Sweet Love Got Me - Ultymate
9 Who Taught You How - Waters, Crystal
10 Hallilujah - Chandler, Kerri
11 Find A Way - Mr. X
12 Lost In Space - Lighthouse Family
13 D Dubs Volume 2 - M-Dubs
14 Nobody Better - Moore, Tina
15 R U Sleeping - Indo
16 New York City Girl - Tallman, Dawn
17 Back To Life - Ragga's Revenge
18 Buddy X - Cherry, Neneh
19 Need Good Love - Tuff Jam
20 Freak Me - Another Level
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