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Björk, Beastie Boys - Tibetan Split Album

Björk, Beastie Boys - Tibetan Split Album

Performer: Björk, Beastie Boys
Title: Tibetan Split
Style: Leftfield, Trip Hop
Released: 1997
Cat#: mrc-cd-tibet96
Country: UK & US
Label: Marca Registrada De Calidad
Size MP3 version: 2755 mb
Size FLAC version: 1113 mb
Size WMA version: 2260 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 048
Genre: Electronic / Rap & Hip-Hop / Rock

Björk, Beastie Boys - Tibetan Split Album


1Beastie BoysSure Shot
2Beastie BoysTough Guy
4Beastie Boys Sabotage
5Beastie BoysFinger Lickin' Good
7Beastie BoysInstrumental #1
8Beastie BoysBelieve
9Beastie BoysStand Together
10Beastie Boys Mca Talks
11Beastie BoysIll Communication
12Beastie BoysThey Comin' Home
13Beastie BoysGet The Point
14Beastie BoysMca Solo With Tello
15Beastie BoysBetter Days
16Beastie BoysInstrumental #2
17BjörkViolently Happy
18Björk Human Behaviour
19Beastie BoysDiscofluid
20Beastie BoysSo Watcha' Want?
21Beastie BoysRed Tape
22BjörkStigðu Mig
23BjörkVenus As A Boy
24BjörkArmy Of Me


Mixing Desk Recordings
Polo Fields, Golden Gate Park
San Fransico, California, USA
Saturday June 15th, 1996


  • Recorded At – Golden Gate park


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