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The CounterParts - The CounterParts Album

The CounterParts - The CounterParts Album

Performer: The CounterParts
Title: The CounterParts
Style: Conscious
Released: 2010
Cat#: BRM002
Country: US
Label: Beatrock Music
Size MP3 version: 2520 mb
Size FLAC version: 1104 mb
Size WMA version: 1744 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 186
Genre: Rap & Hip-Hop

The CounterParts - The CounterParts Album


1Blast Off
Producer, Scratches – Fatgums
Producer – Gammaray, Otayo DubbScratches – BraelanB
3What We Do
Producer – FatgumsScratches – Gammaray
Producer – Fatgums
5No1 Crew
Producer – GammarayScratches – Fatgums
6Guns Of Cali
Co-producer – T-KnowFeaturing – Native GunsProducer – FatgumsScratches – DJ Phatrick
7Picture This
Producer – Otayo Dubb
8Dreams Deferred Remix
Producer, Mixed By – Flip Scratches – Gammaray
9To The Top
Producer – Otayo DubbScratches – Gammaray
10The Message
Co-producer – BraelanBFeaturing – Gavin GrantProducer – Gammaray
Featuring – ReVision Producer – Scott LymanScratches – Gammaray
12Trading Places
Producer, Scratches – Fatgums
13Home In The Bay
Featuring – Tahaj The 1stProducer, Scratches – Gammaray
14So Much Love
Producer, Scratches – Gammaray
Producer – Gammaray


  • Artwork [Drawings]Patrick Strand
  • Artwork [Logo]Zoosquadron
  • DesignDavid Araquel
  • Engineer, Executive-ProducerGammaGums
  • Lyrics ByBraelanB, Otayo Dubb, T-Know
  • Mastered ByJustin Weis
  • Mixed ByRay J. Sutton (tracks: 1 to 12, 14, 15)
  • Photography BySylvia Rodriguez


Artist on track 13 mentioned as Flip (Philipp Kroll/AKM).

© Copyright 2010 Beatrock Music


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  • Engineered At – La Tijerve Study
  • Engineered At – Gamma Sound
  • Mixed At – Gamma Sound
  • Mixed At – Texta Kerker Studio
  • Mastered At – Trakworx
  • Copyright (c) – Beatrock Music


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