Warren G Regulate... G Funk Era

    Def Jam Recordings
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      • 1. Regulate
      • 2. Do You See
      • 3. Gangsta Sermon
      • 4. Recognize
      • 5. Super Soul Sis
      • 6. '94 Ho Draft
      • 7. So Many Ways
      • 8. This D.J.
      • 9. This Is The Shack
      • 10. What's Next
      • 11. And Ya Don't Stop
      • 12. Runnin' Wit No Breaks
      • 13. Regulate (Destructo & Wax Motif Remix)
      • 14. Regulate (Photek Remix)

      Featuring the classis, laid-back G-funk anthem "Regulate"!

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