Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Intro
DJ Sir-Vere 0:38
2 From tha Chuuuch to da Palace
Snoop Dogg 2:22
3 You Can Do It
Ice Cube feat. Mack 10 & Ms. Toi 2:04
4 Work It
Missy Elliott 2:47
5 Kia Ora
Ali 0:39
6 The Streets
WC feat. Nate Dogg 1:18
7 When the Last Time
Clipse 2:04
8 Skillz
Gang Starr 1:41
9 Reminisce 2003
Mr. Cheeks feat. Pete Rock, CL Smooth & Journalist 1:27
10 C4 Scratch Break
DJ Sir-Vere 0:19
11 Imagine
Skillz 2:23
12 Hey Ma
Cam'ron feat. Juelz Santana, Freekey Zekey & Toya 1:35
13 Scratch Break
DJ Militia 1:09
14 In da Club
50 Cent 2:38
15 Disappear
Bubba Sparxxx 1:43
16 Satisfaction
Eve 1:50
17 Freestyle
Koma 0:56
18 Agent Orange
Pharoahe Monch 2:03
19 Whoa
Black Rob 1:52
20 Bad Boy for Life
P. Diddy feat. Black Rob & Mark Curry 2:07
21 Scratch Break
DJ Logikal 1:13
22 All I Need
Method Man 1:35
23 Freestyle
Hepaklypz 0:57
24 Freestyle
Ermehn 0:55
25 X Gon’ Give It to Ya
DMX 1:52
26 Stand Up
Scribe 2:07
27 Made You Look
Nas 2:29
28 Excuse Me Miss
Jay-Z 1:27
29 Scratch Break
Pause 0:49
30 Right Now
EPMD 1:19
31 Off the Wall
Skillz 1:45
32 Hypnotize
The Notorious B.I.G. 1:21
33 Yeah Yeah U Know It
Keith Murray feat. Def Squad 1:19
34 Scribe 2001
P‐Money feat. Scribe 1:57
35 Scratch Break
Kase 0:50
36 Business
Eminem 2:17
37 Freestyle
Serafm 1:39
38 Freestyle
Emcee Lucia 1:08
39 Drips
Obie Trice feat. Eminem 2:47
40 So Fresh, So Clean
OutKast 1:54
41 Act a Fool
Ludacris 2:22
CD 2: More Major Aotearoa Flavours
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 After the Accident
Mareko 4:14
2 Come and Get Me
Frontline 4:03
3 Devistating 2 One’s Ear
DJCXL 2:32
4 P-Town State of Mind
Hamofide 4:49
5 Triumph
R.E.S. 4:11
6 Otara State of Mind
2 Face 4:22
7 A Lesson in Turntablism
DJ Manchoo 2:51
8 South Auckland Anthem
Kronikal 4:05
9 Hating Game
Hamofide 4:37
10 How It Is
Frontline 3:40

Credits

CD 1

turntable(s):
Kase (NZ hip hop DJ/producer) (track 35)
DJ Logikal (track 21)
DJ Militia (Hamilton, NZ-based hip hop producer) (track 13)
Pause (NZ hip hop DJ) (track 29)
P‐Money (NZ hip hop producer and turntablist) (track 34)
DJ Sir-Vere (tracks 1, 10)
additional guest vocals:
Sa-Ra (track 18)
Snoop Dogg (American rapper) (track 6)
additional vocals:
Joe Hooker (track 19)
composer:
Stacey Adams (track 13)
Philip Bell (tracks 1, 10)
Oliver Braine (track 21)
Richard Mills (NZ DJ) (track 29)
B. Papuni (track 37)
Casey Rarere (track 35)
Alistair Toto (track 5)
guest vocals:
Mark Curry (Rapper) (track 20)
Marshall Mathers (track 39)
Black Rob (track 20)
Def Squad (track 33)
Freekey Zekey (track 12)
Journalist (US rapper Rafiek George, "Way It Used To Be", "Extended Family") (track 9)
Mack 10 (track 3)
Ms. Toi (track 3)
Nate Dogg (track 6)
Pete Rock (track 9)
Juelz Santana (track 12)
C.L. Smooth (track 9)
Toya (US pop/R&B singer) (track 12)
mixer:
Angus McNaughton (track 38)
Ed Raso (track 19)
producer:
Ali (NZ hip hop artist) (track 17)
Anthony Best (US hip-hop producer Anthony Best) (track 19)
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer) (tracks 14, 16, 36)
Marshall Mathers (track 39)
Joe Hooker (track 19)
Just Blaze (track 33)
Keith Mack (Hip hop producer Keith McMasters) (track 41)
Shatek King (track 25)
Rob Lundon (track 38)
Mafia Boy (track 12)
Mr. Sex (track 9)
The Neptunes (US producer duo Chad Hugo & Pharrell Williams) (tracks 2, 7, 28)
Nottz (track 11)
One Eye (track 3)
Organized Noize (Atlanta hip-hop production group) (track 40)
DR Period (track 12)
Chris Martin (track 8)
P‐Money (NZ hip hop producer and turntablist) (tracks 26, 34)
RZA (US rapper / producer) (track 22)
Salaam Remi (track 27)
Sa-Ra (track 18)
Erick Sermon (tracks 30, 33)
DJ Shan (NZ hip hop DJ/producer) (tracks 23–24)
Scott Storch (track 6)
Swizz Beatz (track 25)
Timothy Mosley (tracks 4, 31)
Serafm (track 37)
recorded by:
Ed Raso (track 19)
Juse (tracks 17, 23–24)
vocals:
C. Jackson (track 14)
Ali (NZ hip hop artist) (track 5)
Sean Combs (also known as Puff Daddy & P. Diddy) (track 20)
Melissa Elliott (track 4)
Marshall Mathers (track 36)
O’Shea Jackson (track 3)
Shawn Carter (US rapper) (track 28)
Christopher Bridges (US American rapper and actor) (track 41)
Keith Murray (US rapper, member of Def Squad) (track 33)
Nasir Jones (US rapper) (track 27)
Christopher Wallace (track 32)
PMD (track 30)
Erick Sermon (track 30)
Obie Trice (track 39)
André 3000 (track 40)
Big Boi (track 40)
Cam’ron (track 12)
DMX (track 25)
Emcee Lucia (track 38)
Ermehn (track 24)
Eve (US rapper/singer) (track 16)
Guru (alternative rapper from Boston) (track 8)
Hepaklypz (track 23)
Koma (hip hop artist from New Zealand) (track 17)
Malice (US rapper Gene Thornton, member of Clipse) (track 7)
Method Man (track 22)
Mr. Cheeks (track 9)
Pharoahe Monch (track 18)
Pusha T (track 7)
Scribe (New Zealand rapper Malo Luafutu) (tracks 26, 34)
Serafm (track 37)
Skillz (US rapper, earlier called "Mad Skillz") (tracks 11, 31)
Snoop Dogg (American rapper) (track 2)
Bubba Sparxxx (track 15)
WC (US rapper, Westside Connection member William Calhoun) (track 6)
writer:
C. Jackson (track 14)
Lucia Ablett (track 38)
Andy Armer (track 32)
Taz Arnold (track 18)
Arthur Baker (track 3)
Afrika Bambaataa (track 3)
Jeff Bass (track 39)
Ronald Bell (track 31)
André Benjamin (track 40)
Calvin Broadus (tracks 2, 6)
George Brown (US percussionist of Kool & The Gang) (track 31)
Anthony Best (US hip-hop producer Anthony Best) (track 19)
William Calhoun (track 6)
Joe Kent (hip hop producer Joe Kent) (track 31)
Robert Cleveland (track 31)
Ngakoma Conner (track 17)
Mark Curry (Rapper) (track 20)
Douglas Davis (US rapper/beatboxer aka Doug E. Fresh) (track 31)
Kasseem Mike Dean (US hip hop producer, aka Swizz Beatz) (track 25)
Eumir Deodato (track 31)
Sean Combs (also known as Puff Daddy & P. Diddy) (track 32)
Robert Diggs, Jr. (hip hop producer/rapper The RZA) (track 22)
Shannon Dirks (tracks 23–24)
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer) (tracks 14, 16, 36)
G. Duncan (hip hop producer Mr. Sex) (track 9)
Keith Elam (track 8)
Mike Elizondo (tracks 14, 16, 36)
Melissa Elliott (track 4)
Marshall Mathers (tracks 36, 39)
Rafiek George (track 9)
Cameron Giles (track 12)
Nathaniel Hale (track 6)
Tohri Harper (track 31)
Chad Hugo (tracks 2, 7, 28)
Shafiq Husayn (track 18)
O’Shea Jackson (track 3)
Shawn Carter (US rapper) (track 28)
Troy Jamerson (track 18)
Eve Jihan Jeffers (track 16)
Ali Jones (track 31)
Om’Mas Keith (track 18)
Terrance Kelly (US rap artist Mr. Cheeks) (track 9)
Shatek King (track 25)
Dominick Lamb (track 11)
Ron Lawrence (US hip-hop producer aka Amen-Ra) (track 32)
Hubert Laws (track 11)
Donnie Ray Lewis (tracks 11, 31)
Jerry Lordan (track 27)
LaRon Louis James (track 12)
Malo Luafutu (tracks 26, 34)
Christopher Bridges (US American rapper and actor) (track 41)
Rob Lundon (track 38)
Keith McMasters (track 41)
Dorsey Wesley (US hip-hop producer Dorsey Wesley) (track 20)
John Miller (MC G.L.O.B.E. (Soulsonic Force)) (track 3)
Hohepa Morgan (track 23)
Keith Murray (US rapper, member of Def Squad) (track 33)
Nasir Jones (US rapper) (track 27)
Cornell Haynes, Jr. (US rapper) (track 31)
Christopher Wallace (track 32)
Organized Noize (Atlanta hip-hop production group) (track 40)
PMD (track 30)
Corey Penn (track 9)
Peter Phillips (US hip hop producer Pete Rock) (track 9)
Harve Pierre (track 19)
Darryl Pittman (track 12)
Denaun Porter (track 39)
Chris Martin (track 8)
Reggie Noble (track 33)
Salaam Remi (track 27)
Lionel Richie (track 12)
John Robie (track 3)
Dedrick Rolison (track 3)
Robert Ross (US rapper aka Black Rob) (tracks 19–20)
Donald Saunders (hip hop producer) (track 3)
Erick Sermon (tracks 30, 33)
Earl Simmons (track 25)
Claydes Smith (track 31)
Clifford Smith (Method Man) (track 22)
Justin Smith (hip hop producer aka Just Blaze) (track 33)
Scott Storch (track 6)
Mark Williams (track 31)
James “J.T.” Taylor (US R&B vocalist for Kool & the Gang) (track 31)
Gene Thornton (track 7)
Terrence Thornton (track 7)
Timothy Mosley (tracks 4, 31)
Alistair Toto (track 17)
Obie Trice (track 39)
Peter Wadams (tracks 26, 34)
Ellis Williams (track 3)
Pharrell Williams (tracks 2, 7, 28)
publisher:
Blotter (track 14)
Elvismambo Music (track 14)
High on Life Music (track 14)
Music of Windswept (track 14)
Ramecca Publishing (track 22)
WB Music Corp. (track 14)
Wu-Tang Publishing (track 22)
mash-ups:
samples:
Air Force Ones by Nelly feat. St. Lunatics (track 31)
Easy by Commodores (track 12)
Rise by Herb Alpert (track 32)
recording of:
Act a Fool (track 41)
Agent Orange (track 18)
All I Need (track 22)
Bad Boy For Life (track 20)
Business (track 36)
C4 Scratch Break (track 10)
Drips (track 39)
Excuse Me Miss (track 28)
Freestyle (track 38)
Freestyle (track 24)
Freestyle (track 37)
Freestyle (track 17)
Freestyle (track 23)
Hey Ma (track 12)
Hypnotize (track 32)
Imagine (track 11)
In da Club (track 14)
Intro (track 1)
Kia Ora (track 5)
Made You Look (track 27)
Off the Wall (track 31)
Reminisce 2003 (track 9)
Right Now (track 30)
Satisfaction (track 16)
Scratch Break (track 35)
Scratch Break (track 21)
Scratch Break (track 13)
Scratch Break (track 29)
Scribe 2001 (track 34)
Skillz (track 8)
So Fresh, So Clean (track 40)
Stand Up (track 26)
The Streets (track 6)
When the Last Time (track 7)
Whoa (track 19)
Work It (track 4)
Yeah Yeah U Know It (track 33)
You Can Do It (track 3)

CD 2: More Major Aotearoa Flavours

turntable(s):
DJ Manchoo (track 7)
DJCXL (track 3)
composer:
M. Andzue (track 7)
Peter Chambers (track 3)
producer:
41 (hip hop producer, aka 41:30) (tracks 2, 10)
Johnny Chong Nee (tracks 6, 8)
Nate D (NZ hip hop producer Nathan Holmes) (track 5)
DJ Manchoo (track 7)
DJCXL (track 3)
Kase (NZ hip hop DJ/producer) (tracks 4, 9)
DJ Shan (NZ hip hop DJ/producer) (track 1)
vocals:
2 Face (NZ rapper) (track 6)
Con Psy (tracks 2, 10)
J-One (NZ rapper) (track 5)
Kronikal (track 8)
Mareko (track 1)
Ovadosage (track 4)
Tek (NZ rap artist) (track 5)
USOuljah (track 4)
writer:
Ben Aitogi (tracks 4, 9)
Johnny Chong Nee (tracks 6, 8)
David Dallas (tracks 2, 10)
Paul Dalton (track 6)
Shannon Dirks (track 1)
Nathan Holmes (track 5)
Peter Lopesi (track 5)
Nick Maclaren (tracks 2, 10)
T. Mao (NZ hip hop artist) (tracks 4, 9)
Roy Prasad (NZ rapper, aka "Tek") (track 5)
Casey Rarere (tracks 4, 9)
Mark Sagapolutele (track 1)
J. Tauetama (tracks 4, 9)
S. Tofilau (track 5)
Tyson Tyler (track 8)
Tommy Vaega (tracks 4, 9)
remixes:
later versions:
recording of:
After the Accident (track 1)
Come and Get Me (track 2)
Hating Game (track 9)
How It Is (track 10)
Triumph (track 5)

Release

DJ-mixer medium 1 and medium 2: DJ Sir-Vere

Release Group

part of: Major Flavours (New Zealand compilations by DJ Sir-Vere) (number: 4)