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DJ Cheapshot Presents... Megadudical:Styles Of Beyond

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Styles Of Beyond - Megadudical (Official Cover)

Original, scrapped cover

Artist: DJ Cheapshot

Date Released: 2007

Label: SpyTech Records

Produced By: DJ Cheapshot

Tracklisting:

  1. We Got the Intro
  2. 2 Steppin' Out
  3. Everyday I Whip It
  4. Vacation's Going Down
  5. Lean Wit' A Maniac
  6. Pay Sharona and Beat It
  7. My Shoulder Lean So Far
  8. Major Stuntin'
  9. This is Why I'm A-Ha
  10. Imma Maneata'
  11. Dancing Wit' My Fingas
  12. Money In The Metro
  13. Playing With Battlefield
  14. Bumpin' My Lobster
  15. Good Googly Tenderness
  16. Mr. Cure
  17. One Thing Leads to Laffy Taffy
  18. Pop Lock and Goonies
  19. Material D's
  20. Fully Loaded Yaz

ReviewEdit

Released around 2004 on the SpyTech Records website, this wasn't really heard in it's entirety mainly from errors on the site going to wrong links and the wrong files uploaded. Mixed by DJ Cheapshot, it combines old school rock and classic hits with some of the favorites from the Megadef album. One of the cleverest of which is Pay Me mixed with My Sharona. Little is known about this release. It was later revealed that Mega Dudical was originally going to be a complete Remix album of Megadef, and that Call it a Movement and The Real were not even on the mixtape. After S.O.B. signed their deal with Machine Shop Recordings, and went to work on Fort Minor's The Rising Tied album, Mega Dudical was put on the back-burner indefinitely. Then, after they had completed The Rising Tied, and had begun work on their own album (Rocket Surgery), Cheapshot went back to work on Mega Dudical. Using only two of the original remixes, he re-did another one from scratch, and then made 17 more non-S.O.B. "Crash-Ups", which evolved into the 20-track mixtape crash-up album, Mega Dudical, which Cheapshot premiered online at SOBCentral.

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