Pete Rock v. The Machines - Mixed by Pete Rock

I don't know a lot about this mix other than that it's got Pete Rock on the tables, and it includes an array of Pete Rock joints. I'm not sure who the machines are, but I'm assuming the machines are the non-Pete Rock tracks on the mix.

Pete Rock v. The Machines - Mixed by Pete Rock (zshare download)

01. Krumb Snatcha - Beef
02. Lady Of Rage - Afro Puff
03. Freddie Foxxx - Bumpy Knuckles Baby
04. Common - Doin It
05. Black Milk - Home Of The Crates
06. PHaroah Monch - Just Do It
07. King's Country - Love Is Gone
08. Mos Def - Mathematics
09. Mos Def - Miss Fat Booty
10. Rah Digga - What They Call Me
11. Kardinal Official - We Good
12. Common - Thelonious
13. The Lox - Gangsta
14. Tango And Cash - Hip Hop Ain't Dead
15. Oh No & Roc-C - Team Get'Em
16. Red Cafe - The People
17. Jadakiss - Ain't None Y'all Better
18. Jim Jones - Baby Girl
19. Naughty By Nature - Hip Hop Hooray
20. Til I Retire
21. Mad Villain - Amerikka's Most Blunted
22. Jeru The Damaja - You Can't Stop The Prophet
23. Roc Marciano & Large Professor - Give It 2 Yall
24. Raekwon - Sneaker
25. Pete Rock & Large Professor - Rap World
26. Roc Marciano - Untold Truth
27. Common - Nag Champa
28. Nature - To My Advantage

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