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H-Foundation - 420 Sessions E.P.
H-Foundation - 420 Sessions E.P.
Singer: H-Foundation
Album title: 420 Sessions E.P.
Country: US
Released: 1999
Style: House
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MP4 MP2 AUD WAV XM DTS FLAC
FLAC size: 1686 mb | MP3 size: 1528 mb | WMA size: 1647 mb
Genre: Electronic

Tracklist

A1 Spaced Jam
A2 Beatin Bonus
B1 Hear Dis Sound

Credits

  • Written-By – B. Varga*, E. Galaviz*, Hipp-E and Halo*

Notes

Thanks to Lisa, Katie, family and all friends who have inspired us.
Love and best wishes go out to Doc and family.


Comments (7)
Lynnak
This record was, and still is great. All the derivative crap that made an entire genre out of it, leading to dj's playing all these tracks together with no variety, putting the nail in the coffin of the already weakening underground scene in SF... was not.
Maman
man. what a record. i really have to say o my god !
Gribandis
so great every time I hear that echo just keep going. label art by arizona department of tourism and to my and hanky's disbelief it's cheaper than most burritos!
Mall
Cant believe how cheap this is?? This was one of the best things around at the time of release. Every dj i knew was out looking for it or wanted to know what it was. Still holds up now.
Ceroelyu
I used to play this at the Pleasuredome while "breaking" them of the top 40 pop-crap sound they were use to . This along with other hard hitting classic's like Exos - "Green Beat" Ron Trent - "Altered States" etc were intrumental in helping to do that.
Billy Granson
A Masterpiece that will never go out of fashion.
Lightwind
Its all about "Hear Dis Sound" in this 12'' - A classic tribal house tune, amazing groove and ultra sub bass line along with a very futuristic vocal...The arrangement is also very smart & unexpected in the way it unfolds. Trademark of the early 2000s quality tribal tech influenced house, trademark sound of the west coast/siesta records... It was a favorite of many DJs including the residents @ fabric,london. One of the best, if not the best h-foundation production to date in my opinion. Dope!