K.O. - Same As I Ever Was album download
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|1||–K.O.||It's All About The ****||4:25|
|2||–K.O.||Bustin' Out (Remix Feat. B-Roc)
Remix – K.O.Vocals – B-Roc
|3||–K.O.||The World Is Mine||4:12|
|4||–K.O.||Bang Some **** (The Hip-House Mix)
Remix – K.O.
|6||–B-Roc, Syn , DJ o8o, R.A.P. , K.O.||No
Vocals – B-Roc, DJ o8o, R.A.P. , Syn
|8||–K.O. Feat. J||Can't Stop This
Vocals – J Written By – J
|9||–KBMD Project||Enjoy Yourself
Producer – DJ o8o, K.O.Vocals – Michele Muchler*Vocals – B-RocWritten By – B-Roc, Michele Muchler*
|10||–B-Roc||This Is How You Make Fun (LN)
Producer – K.O.Vocals – B-RocWritten By – B-Roc
|11||–KBMD Project||Enjoy Yourself (K.O. Remix)
Remix – K.O.
|12||–Ja Rule||Holla Holla (K.O. Remix)
Remix – K.O.
|13||–K.O.||Words From K.O.||2:08|
|14||–Frank Ski||Tony's Bitch Track (K.O.'s Ultimate Bitch Track)
Remix – K.O.
NotesProduced by Kostas Petropoulos for "There's Some **** In This House" Productions. Additional songs produced by B-Roc for Ill Millenium Productions.
Cover design & artwork by Kurt Sjolund.
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©2000 MLT Records
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