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Mantronik - French Girls album download
Mantronik - French Girls album download
Performer: Mantronik
Title: French Girls
Released: 1998
Style: House, Electro, Garage House
Rating: 4.4/5
FLAC size: 1891 mb | MP3 size: 1832 mb | WMA size: 1633 mb
Genre: Electronic

French Girls (Extended Club Version). B1. French Girls (Deep Garage Mix). B2. French Girls (Extended Dub Version). Artwork – Sandroid (3). Producer, Arranged By, Composed By, Written-By – Kurtis Mantronik.

Redirected from Kurtis el Khaleel). Kurtis el Khaleel (Arabic: خليل‎) (born Graham Curtis, September 4, 1965, Jamaica), known by the stage name Kurtis Mantronik, is an American-British hip hop and electronic-music artist, DJ, remixer, and producer. Mantronik was the former leader, DJ, and keyboardist of the influential 1980s hip hop and electro-funk group Mantronix

Kurtis Mantronik - French Girls French Girls Kurtis Mantronik. How Did You Know? Kurtis Mantronik. 77 Strings (Hifi Sean Remix).

Kurtis Mantronik booking agent, manager, and publicist contact info. Kurtis Mantronik, born Kurtis el Khaleel on September 4th, 1965 in Jamaica, and currently residing in London, England, is an American-British hip-hop and electronic music DJ, remixer, and producer. He cultivated his interest in electronic music when he moved to New York and heard the song Riot in Lagos by Yellow Magic Orchestra’s Ryuichi Sakamoto. In the 1980’s he began to record demo music with MC Tee and formed the group Mantronik

How Did You Know" is an Extended play single by electronic dance music producer and remixer Kurtis Mantronik. The EP was released in 2003 on the Southern Fried Records label, and featured female British singer Mim on vocals. It reached number 16 on the UK Singles Chart. How Did You Know (Original Vocal)" (Mantronik, Grey - vocals) – 6:35.

Curtis "Mantronik" Khaleel was often quoted as saying that his mission was to "take rap a step beyond the streets," and the innovative producer/mixmaster accomplished that goal on Mantronix's debut album, Mantronix: The Album. This excellent 1985 LP was way ahead of its time; while the rapping of Mantronix's partner MC Tee is pure mid-'80s New York hip-hop, the production is anything but conventional.

Get Down - Kurtis Mantronik. How Did You Know (77 Strings) - Kurtis Mantronik. How Did You Know - Kurtis Mantronik, Kurtis Mantronik Presents Chamonix. King of the Beat - Kurtis Mantronik.

This album adds another segment to the narrative in which the hidden histories of hip-hop return in the form of pathbreaking electronic records that embarrass conventional musical distinctions. The king of beats has returned. I Sing the Body Electro is an awesome CD. For those who are not familiar with Mantronik, may not fully appreciate the depth and maturity of this recent addition to the Mantronik legacy. You will not be disappointed with this CD. My only complaint is that Traylude, who appears on a a few cuts, is not Mantronik material. Instrumentals would have faired better. Hey Mantronik, re-mix Who is it? for 1998

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A1 French Girls (Extended Club Version) 5:58
B1 French Girls (Deep Garage Mix)
Remix – W.I.N.K.
B2 French Girls (Extended Dub Version) 5:28


  • Artwork – Sandroid
  • Producer, Arranged By, Composed By, Written-By – Kurtis Mantronik