The X-Ecutioners Start Hip-Hop 'Revolutions' Music critic Milo Miles tells us about a New York group of hip-hop DJs known as the X-Ecutioners. Their new CD is called Revolutions.
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The X-Ecutioners Start Hip-Hop 'Revolutions'

The X-Ecutioners Start Hip-Hop 'Revolutions'

The X-Ecutioners Start Hip-Hop 'Revolutions'

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Music critic Milo Miles tells us about a New York group of hip-hop DJs known as the X-Ecutioners. Their new CD is called Revolutions.

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Album
Revolutions
Artist
The X-Ecutioners
Label
Sony
Released
2004

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