DJ Ripley
Histeria de la Ripley
Posted by t
on 9 October 2007 (02:20:40)
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Posted by orville mitchell
on 8 August 2008 (17:05:43)
good god I'm speechless what a mix i have no words in my vocabulary to describe the mix it as sent me in to many direction, I've just got to say that this DJ is on another level and and I've got a new fan.. if you read this DJ Ripley please do contact so that i can hear more of your mixes
Posted by Amental
on 20 February 2007 (10:46:10)
this mix is fukkin awesome THANKS greetings from Bulgaria :)))
DJ Ripley drops this exclusive mix for Spannered, packed with reggaeton pressure and propelled along by breakcore mentalism
  • Disrupt — Events Occur In Realtime (
  • Specialist 'N' Tru-Skool — Saukhi Ki Kammai
  • rANdOMoiDz — Cubass
  • Society Suckers - Toxic (Society Suckers Remix)
  • Hey-o-hansen - Fire (Radio Edit) (Hey Rec)
  • Rustie — Dregs
  • Tego Calderon — Elegante De Boutique
  • DJ C — Seaga Face (Shockout)
  • Daddy Yankee & Calle 13 — Machucando Remix
  • Knifehandchop — Not For Tha Ladies [Bastardized Oldstylin V1] (Irritant)
  • Too $hort — Blow The Whistle (Instrumental)
  • DJ /rupture — High Resolution (Koolpop)
  • Mutamassik — Immigrants On Course (Very Friendly)
  • The Bug ft. Cutty Ranks — Gun Disease (Rephlex)
  • Parasite – Big Up Yourself (Monkey Steak Remix ft. Scorpio) (Death$ucker)
  • DJ Shadow — 3 Freaks ft. Keak Da Sneak a Turf Talk) (Universal Motown)
  • Modeselektor — Black Barbie Rmx (Shadetek)
  • Cardopusher — It's Evolution Baby (Peace Off)
  • Krumble — San Soleil (Jungle Therapy)
  • Zion y Lennox — Jump Spread Out
  • Gregory Issacs — Gone a Jail (DJ C Mix) (Shockout)
  • Cardopusher — At The Same Time (Trash and Ready Tour)
  • Repeater — Ultra Violet (ROMZ)
  • The Coup — 5 Million Ways To Kill A CEO (75 Ark)
  • Mindless Self Indulgence — Bitches (µ-Ziq Mix) (Elektra)
  • Istari Lasterfahrer — About To Break (Sozialistischer Plattenbau)
  • Juakali — Two Finga (Kush Arora Remix)
  • Rustie — Pendulum
  • Frikstailers — Owla (unreleased)  
  • Malorix — Belsalama
  • Django Reinhardt — Brazil (Verve)

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