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Mantronix 6/25/1990

Review

Mantronix switched labels in the late '80s, moving from the independent Sleeping Bag to the major label Capitol. This was their second Capitol album, and it worked out fine. Although the lineup had now changed, with Bryce Luvah and D.J.D. on board rather than M.C. Tee, the group had another strong single in "Got To Have Your Love," and Capitol was providing Curtis "Mantronik" Kahleel with a bigger push and sharper production and sound. But the underground spirit that permeated Mantronix's Sleeping Bag albums was missing, as was the quirky air that marked their past singles. ~ Ron Wynn
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 This Should Move Ya Mantronix 2:52
  3. 2 Got to Have Your Love Mantronix 6:17
  4. 3 Sex-N-Drugs and Rock-N-Roll Mantronix 3:28
  5. 4 Tonight Is Right Mantronix 4:7
  6. 5 (I'm) Just Adjustin My Mic Mantronix 2:51
  7. 6 Stone Cold Roach Mantronix 3:15
  8. 7 I Get Lifted Mantronix 3:27
  9. 8 Don't You Want More Mantronix 6:5
  10. 9 I Like the Way (You Do It!) Mantronix 3:58
  11. 10 Get Stupid, Pt. IV (Get on Up '90) Mantronix 3:6
  12. 11 (I'm) Just Adjusting the Mic ['90] Mantronix null:null
  13. 12 King of the Beats Lesson #1 Mantronix 1:44

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