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1. Lexdray City Series - Volume 20 - Welcome to Amsterdam - Mixed by DJ Rashad & DJ Spinn

  • Published: 2013-09-02T01:28:52Z
  • By Lexdray
Lexdray City Series - Volume 20 - Welcome to Amsterdam - Mixed by DJ Rashad & DJ Spinn

[Track List] 1) Rashad & Spinn - Drank,Kush,Barz 2) Taso - Bleep Bloop VIP 3) Rashad, Spinn & Taso - Feelin' 4) Rashad & Freshmoon - Everybody (Best Cry Ever) 5) Rashad, Spinn & Taso - Cream 6) Rashad & Spinn - Brighter Dayz 7) Machinedrum - Only One Way To Know (Vapor City) 8) Rashad, Spinn & Taso - Where Da Weed At ( Giveme Somemo) 9) Rashad & Spinn - Sunshine (CD Mix) 10) Scratcha DVA - Fly Juice (Rashad & Spinn VIP) 11) Rashad & Manny - Leavin' 12) Rashad, Spinn & Taso - This Is It (What!!!) 13) Rashad, Spinn & Taso - Only One 14) Heavee D & Earl - Gonna Be Mine 15) RP BOO - Party Time 16) Rashad & Spinn - Throw It (Throw Dat Ass) 17) Earl - I Got This Feelin' 18) Rashad & Spinn - Manifest 14 19) Rashad & Phil - Everyday Of My Life 20) Rashad & Spinn - Let U Know (Say Yes) 21) Machinedrum - Eye's Don't Lie 22) Rashad & Spinn - Come Inside at 43.10

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2. Welcome to Amsterdam

Welcome to Amsterdam

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3. Welcome to Amsterdam

Welcome to Amsterdam

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5. Welcome to Amsterdam

Welcome to Amsterdam

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6. Welcome to amsterdam :)

  • Published: 2013-10-15T07:49:18Z
  • By goldiii
Welcome to amsterdam :)

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8. Welcome to Amsterdam

Welcome to Amsterdam

I think this one is just me in a nutshell man. this is my remix to ASAP rockys song Peso's. You could also see the video i made to this on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3F9JXEcSBw as well as other blogs

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12. Rawbell - [Welcome To] Amsterdam

Rawbell - [Welcome To] Amsterdam

Raw 'n Random (ideas, loops, lost beats from 2010 - 2012)

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15. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills S:5 | Welcome To Amsterdam? E:15 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills S:5 | Welcome To Amsterdam? E:15 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. In this episode hosts Megan Stecher, Fern Ronay, Grant Rutter, and Christy Olson break down episode 15 of season 5. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (abbreviated RHOBH) is an American […] The post Real Housewives of Beverly Hills S:5 | Welcome To Amsterdam? E:15 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow appeared first on AfterBuzz TV Network.

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16. PLANETEN VON DISKO "Welkom Op Amsterdam" (Welcome To Amsterdam)

PLANETEN VON DISKO

Everybody's favorite party town, AMSTERDAM! (for more reasons than you think...) From the album "The Cyclon World Tour". A space-disco concept album. Available on bandcamp, itunes, & cdbaby. reeno.bandcamp.com/album/the-cyclon-world-tour itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-cyc…our/id1068211053 www.cdbaby.com/cd/planetenvondisko

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17. Layton Giordani - New York to Amsterdam - Drumcode - DC198

  • Published: 2018-11-26T13:59:44Z
  • By Drumcode
Layton Giordani - New York to Amsterdam - Drumcode - DC198

Layton Giordani steps up for his first solo EP of 2018. In terms of pedigrees, it doesn’t get finer than Layton Giordani. The Brooklyn-born DJ/producer followed up his lauded debut album of 2017, with a collaboration with Danny Tenaglia to close out the year and marked the summer of 2018 with a three-way collaboration with Adam Beyer and Green Velvet, ‘Space Date’. The period has been a big one for Layton personally, also. From humble beginnings in his native NYC as an Output resident, to being thrust into the bustle of the European club and festival circuit, he’s enjoyed a stint living in Amsterdam, growing and developing over this time. All these experiences have had a fundamental influence on him and his music. The four-track EP ‘Phase II’ represents a new chapter for this exciting talent. Beginning with ‘New York to Amsterdam’, a track that draws inspiration from a classic by Yves Deruyter, Layton’s work packs a memorable punch as tough acidic undertones and brain scrambling synth effects undulate raising the intensity, making it a perfect opener for Adam Beyer when he played Berghain earlier this year. ‘Body Language’ follows, a track written when Layton was scrubbed out of touring for a month courtesy of a shattered elbow from a skating accident. Not wasting the downtime, he’s crafted a cut that’s sleek, sexy and smart, with a seductive vocal and rousing melodic riff that runs throughout. ‘Black Mirror’, stays true to its dystopic name, a stomping rave cut that pummels dancefloors with a menacing lead synth that’s purpose built for the cold months ahead. ‘Enter the Stratosphere’ is steely electro-tinged techno paired with atmospheric licks of melody, awhile maintaining the artist’s trademark low-end chug. A classy conclusion to an EP from one of techno’s brightest talents.

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