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If you first heard The Hood Internet on Eight Forty-Eight this morning, you’d be wise to head over to their site and download their Chicago-centric mixtape, The Hood Internet vs Chicago.

It’s the best defense of Chicago being a world-class music city I’ve ever seen. Full tracklist after the jump. 1. Intro 2. Pro Nails Forever (Kid Sister vs Walter Meego) 3. Frog Minutes (Shawnna vs LMNOP) 4. Cakeicide (Hollywood Holt vs Prairie Cartel) 5. Juke And Pop (Mic Terror vs Green Velvet) 6. Superbowl Jesus (Kanye West + 1985 Bears vs Wilco) 7. Trenchache (Juice vs Liz Phair) 8. 80s Problems (Tha Basix vs Mahjongg) 9. When Baby Mamas Collide (Qualo vs Chin Up Chin Up) 10. Simple X-plosion (Diverse vs Andrew Bird) 11. Your Love Iz What It Iz (The Cool Kids vs Frankie Knuckles) 12. Sisters Of Chicago-Rillas (Rhymefest vs The Changes) 13. I Ain’t That Bowie (Twista vs The Sea And Cake) 14. Hay Electric (Crucial Conflict vs Reds and Blue) 15. Watch My Big Feet Jump (Dude N Nem + Twista vs Office) 16. Ten-Day High (Do Or Die + Kanye West vs Tortoise) 17. Eatchyo Stigmata (Yea Big + Kid Static vs Ministry) 18. Smash That There (Yung Berg vs The Smashing Pumpkins) 19. Stages Of Standby (Psalm One vs Kleenex Girl Wonder) 20. Can You Eat Some More Heavy Fists Of Love? (Kanye West + GLC vs Bumps + Terminal 4 + Big Black) 21. I Used To Love The Blue Line (Common vs Bang! Bang!) 22. I Gotcha Trees (Lupe Fiasco vs May Or May Not) 23. What Chu Like, Old Mare? (Da Brat vs Sleep Out) 24. Kells-Tone For The Painfully In Love (R. Kelly vs Casiotone For The Painfully Alone)

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