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Mix of the Day: Flavors From Record Pool

11:34 AM PDT on August 22, 2014

This mix by Melo D is full of rare Beat Junkies edits like Tony G's edit of "Ghetto Life" by Rick James, Melo D's edit of Giorgio Moroder's classic "Tears", and many more. It's all part of the launch of their new record pool, which spans multiple genres and includes exclusive edits, remixes and a cappellas. Visit for more info.

Full Tracklist:

1) "Don't Be Judging" - TroyBoi (2014)

2) California Soul (Diplo Remix) (Cyber Edit) - Marlena Shaw (1969)

3) Thot (Beat Junkies Edit) - Soundz (2014)

4) Keith Sweat (Beat Junkies Edit) - Chuck Inglish feat Sulaiman (2014)

5) Find A Way (Flaunt Edwards Edit) - A Tribe Called Quest (1998)

6) Water No Get Enemy (Melo D Edit) - Fela Kuti (1975)

7) Grown Man Sport (Melo D Edit) - Pete Rock feat I.N.I., Rob-O & Deda (2003)

8) The Love Song (Melo D Edit) - Da Bush Babees (1996)

9) Got To Get You Home (PLUV Edit) - Eugene Wild (1984)

10) Sir Duke (Tony G Edit) - Stevie Wonder (1976)

11) Tears (Melo D Edit) - Giorgio Moroder (1972)

12) Someone (Melo D Edit) - Tim and Bill (1967)

13) Brazilian Shy D (Tony G Edit) - Earth Wind & Fire (1980)

14) Ghetto Life (Tony G Edit) - Rick James (1981)

15) Vitamin C (Melo D Edit) - Can (1972)

16) Electric Avenue (Bladerunners Edit) - Eddy Grant (1982)

17) Move Or Not (Melo D Edit) - Purple Disco Machine (2013)

18) The Anthem (DJ Los Edit) - Pitbull (2008)

19) Rap Das Armas (Gregor Salto x Chuckie Batteria Remix) (Beat Junkies Edit) - Cidinho x Doca (2008)

20) Computer Power (Melo D Instrumental Edit) - Jamie Jupitor (1984)

21) Get Busy (Mike B Edit) - Wink-D feat Candy Fresh (1989)

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