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  1. Aug 17,  · referencing Work It To The Bone, 12", RE, HJA Great to see a reissue of this fantastic track. Simplistic sounding track, funky bass and great vocal hook "Come On Lets Work, Come On Lets Work It To The Bone"/5().
  2. LNR - Work It to the Bone Lyrics. Aw, are we goin' back for this one now? Aah, the dc gogo jam, oh gettin' busy with dc talk, get out Now when you're down and feelin' out I k.
  3. LNR’s Chi-house evergreen comes around again, sounding as good as ever on a faithful new pressing made from original tapes. This is archetypal jackers business, putting down the commanding lyrics and rumptious square bass of Work it to the Bone in four parts; including a big ol’ vocal and naked instrumental om top, backed with LNR’s breakbeat-spliced and synth-riffin’ Clubhouse remix.
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  5. "Helyom Halib" by Cappella sampled LNR's "Work It to the Bone". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
  6. Ouve a "Work It To The Bone" de LNR. Aw, are we goin' back for this one now? / Aah, the dc gogo jam, oh gettin' busy with dc talk, get out / Now when you're down and feelin' out.
  7. Mar 25,  · HOUSE JAM RECORDS. Category Music; Song Work It To The Bone; Artist LNR; Album Work It To The Bone.
  8. – LNR: Work It To The Bone (New Club Mix) – Suzanne Palmer: Show Me (James Andersen Remix) Remix – James Andersen: – Sal Dano: Shake (Original Mix) – Angelo Kortez Featuring Alan T: House Muzik (Protribe Mix) Remix – Protribe: – UDG: Give Me Fierce (Part 1) – Mike Macaluso.
  9. "Work it to the bone" does exactly that, works every single part of your body into a frenzy, a cacophony of jacking sparse drum programming with that infamous descending bassline and that dude chanting, asking us to join him "C'mon let's work!" This record is a total classic.

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