Warmfuzzy

DJ Neil Armstrong DL Warmfuzzy Warmfuzzy, originally dropped in 2005, this one is all about the cupcaking goodness of Valentine’s Day. Also known as Part 1 of the "All Out King Mixtape series (AOK for short), this series was meant to explore the whole spectrum of good music, not just the grouping of "urban" music most people who listened to my work would gravitate to. So everything from the Cranberries to Al Green made appearances on this one. AVAILABLE NOW AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD – $6.50, immediate secure download. Complete Mix in Mp3 Format, tracked out and sent as a Zip File. You can hear the whole thing for freezy free below. To download, click the add to cart button below...<br> <iframe src="https://www.thefuture.fm:443/embed/35797?artwork=false&autoplay=false&color=cb4747&miniPlayer=true&visual=false&waveform=true&rc=c9febd4fc7123bf99af102a0" width="100%" height="135" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe> <br> 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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Warmfuzzy

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Warmfuzzy
Warmfuzzy

Warmfuzzy

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Warmfuzzy, originally dropped in 2005, this one is all about the cupcaking goodness of Valentine’s Day. Also known as Part 1 of the "All Out King Mixtape series (AOK for short), this series was meant to explore the whole spectrum of good music, not just the grouping of "urban" music most people who listened to my work would gravitate to. So everything from the Cranberries to Al Green made appearances on this one.
AVAILABLE NOW AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD – $6.50, immediate secure download. Complete Mix in Mp3 Format, tracked out and sent as a Zip File.
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Warmfuzzy, originally dropped in 2005, this one is all about the cupcaking goodness of Valentine’s Day.

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For the next hour, I need you to open up your minds a little somethin. This is the 1st of the AOK Series. You see – you gotta do everything, not just Hip Hop, R&B and Soul – if you specialize in just one thing, you can’t call yourself an ALL OUT KING. This may be a bit of a stretch for all y’all who are used to their music in neat little packets. You’re probably going to hear things you’re not used to, but don’t worry, I won’t hit you over the head too hard…

This on’es calld Warmfuzzy, like the feeling. It’s to “celebrate” Valentine’s Day, but if you’re as pimp as you think youare, this cd should be good all year round. This is NOT what you want to bump when you’re planning your next driveby. It IS the cd you should give your homegirl or emothug on 02-14, it IS something you should listen to if you love ALL types of music and skills. It’s even something you should hear if “love” is kicking you in your ass and you’re staring at the wall all day cause it seems like you can’t find anyone, or your significant other is a trifling, lazy, no good… Oops, I digress…

It should give you hope that this crazy little thing – that all these people write, sing, paint, dream and fight about – is something real & worthwhile. To all those on the infinite pursuit, and especially those who have finished their quest, I salute you. Let this be the soundtrack for the big adventure, I’ll be right there with you…

TRACKLIST
1. Al Green – ‘I’m So Glad Your Mine’
2. Alicia Keys, Gregory Isaacs, Main Ingredient – ‘You Know My Name’
3. Earth, Wind & Fire – ‘That’s the Way of the World’
4. Zapp & Roger, Common, Eryka Badu – ‘Computer Love’
5. Wayne Wonder & Buju Banton – ‘Bonafide Love’
6. Stevie Wonder – ‘Hey Love’
7. Jackson 5ive – ‘My Cherie Amour’
8. Hall & Oates – ‘Method & Modern Love’
9. Tears for Fears – ‘Head Over Heels’
10. The Cure – ‘Close to Me’
11. Spandau Ballet – ‘True’
12. Queen – ‘Play the Game’
13. Paul McCartney – ‘Maybe I’m Amazed’
14. The Police – ‘Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic’
15. The Style Council – ‘You’re the Best Thing’
16. Michael Jackson – ‘Got To Be There’
17. Toto, John Legend, Slum Village, Noelle – ‘Selfish/Georgie Porgie’
18. New Edition – ‘Mr. Telephone Man’
19. Sybil – ‘Don’t Make Me Over’
20. The Cranberries – ‘Linger’
21. Teena Marie – ‘I’m Wishing On A Star’
22. Jackson 5ive – ‘If I Don’t Love You This Way’
23. De La Soul – ‘Eye Know’
24. Stevie Wonder – ‘Do I Do’
25. Prince – ‘I Wanna Be Your Lover’
26. Evelyn Champagne King – ‘I’m In Love’
27. Sheila E. – ‘Love Bizarre’
28. Dan Hartman – ‘I Can Dream About You’
29. Hall & Oates – ‘Kiss On My List’
30. The Police – ‘Every Breath You Take’
31. Ben E. King – ‘Stand By Me’
32. Bob Marley – ‘Is This Love’
33. Stevie Wonder – ‘Send One Your Love’
34. Sade – ‘Lover’s Rock’
35. Coldplay – ‘The Scientist’
36. Kip Dynamite – ‘Always & Forever’
37. Lenny Williams – ‘Cause I Love You’

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