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Monday, March 22, 2010

Dj Marsellus Wallace - Themes International Library Mixtape (updated link!)

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Themes International was a library record label founded in 1973 by Alan Parker. The music was specifically designed for television and movie scores, and was never released to the public for sale. With a catalog stretching from 1973 to 1985, Themes remains on the top list of vinyl collectors and enthusiasts around the world. This mix tape is a brief glimpse into the mysterious London based record label, and shares to the world a little taste of rare English funk. Enjoy...!!!

how about a preview?
Marsellus Wallace - Themes International Library Mixtape by Marsellus Wallace

http://www.mediafire.com/?8uydjao9b8uzoqz

11 comments:

  1. "This is a project that is long over due..."
    Is it really? But you have heard of the 'Dramatic Funk Themes' comps? Vol. 1 is Themes International stuff only...
    anyway, good work fellow!

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  2. great mix! how about a setlist?

    for more library rips..
    pornotrond.blogspot.com

    cheers

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  3. Look forward to this. I have one Themes missing- I think it's have Sounds Will Travel.

    www.retro-teque.blogspot.com

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  4. where is that helicopter image from?

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  5. brother sir, this place is a treasure. i really appreciate the underwater records from rockman the most. any chance u might upload pollution if u have it? i wouldn't mention it but i seen a video u posted containing 5 tracks from the thang, so, whatdayasay?

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  7. This mix is bananas! Crazy hott! I'm gonna post it on my Twitter...

    http://twitter.com/ericjnord

    Keep up the good work!

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  8. Wow...very nice, new to your blog but already well into it. Thanks for the hard work...educating some of us etc. Recognised the sample used in the Herbaliser's '40 winks'. Great stuff.

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  9. Fantastic stuff!

    Really eager to know which these tracks are! Would you post a track list?

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