Code of Practice - 1995 Code of Practice. Infiltrate l Can We Change The Future (CERT1805) – Can We Change The Future. code of practice – can we change the future (sounds of lif. :39. Code of Practice - 1995 Code of Practice. Code of Practice – Can We Change The Future - Klute Remi. :41. Code Of Practice – Can We Change The Future (Dub Plate Mix). Code Of Practice 1995 – Can We Change The Future (Klute Remix). :56.
Can We Change the Future? (Remix).
Code Of Practice – Can We Change The Future? (Dubplate Mix). Artist: Code Of Practice, Song: Can We Change The Future? (Dubplate Mix), Duration: 5:58, File type: mp3. №2496875387. Code Of Practice Can We Change The Future? (Dubplate Mix). Duration: 5:58 File type: mp3. Play online Download. Download Code Of Practice – Can We Change The Future? (Dubplate Mix).
Although released in 1995 this was actually made in 1993. Some white label test presses from 1993/1994 exist. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Can We Change the Future (Dub Plate Mix). Infiltrate, Can We Change the Future. Sample appears at 0:02 (and throughout). Other songs that sampled The Future Sound of London's Elaborate Burn: Volume 1, Side A by The Truper (1994).
View: Releases (1). Remixes (3). Track appears on. Title: Code Of Practice - Can We Change The Future (Remix). Label: Certificate 18 Records.
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|a||Can We Change The Future (Sounds Of Life Remix)
Remix – Sounds Of Life
|aa||Can We Change The Future (Klute Remix)
Remix – Klute
|CERT 1813||Code Of Practice||Can We Change The Future Remixes (12", TP, W/Lbl)||Certificate 18||CERT 1813||UK||1995|