Volume four is more exuberant cut'n'paste, more ridiculous Lessons, more sequals to previous tracks, more turntablists. The most fun track is probably by the 89 Skratch Gangstaz blasphemously sampling a Britney Spears song. This track can only be matched by the coloful cutting of the DJ JS-1's and DJ Spinbad's Dangerous to create battle routine of the Cold Cutz standards. Fruitful samples creating sentences, especially when DJ T-Rock samples an amateur porn video from Wifey's World dissing all the turntablism haters out there in Girlz didn't give me none. Hmm, come to think about it, I don't know if this was Wifey's World sample though for sure; I have to do some research.
01 Here 4 Years - DJ Storm 02 My Definition - DJ Static 03 Scroll of the Wrist Beam - Qbert 04 Lesson 89 - 89 Skratch Gangstaz (DJ Pone and Snayk Eyez) 05 World Domination 2001 - Happee & Dinoh 06 Dangerous - DJ JS-1 & DJ Spinbad 07 U.T.A. : 2 - DJ Maniphest featuring Mr. Thing 08 Unpleasant Thoughts - DJ Shortfuse 09 X Marks the Skratch - Slate 10 Buenos Dias Bitch - DJ Prolifix 11 Symphony 3000 - Top Rawmen (featuring Yeroc, Nando, Nomad, Mike C and Jay Slim) 12 We Are The Ones - The Wristerons 13 Girlz Didn’t Give Me None - DJ T-Rock 14 Schwicky - The Animal Crackers 15 Music Evolution - E-Jay & Rocky-Rock