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Album: Lick It (Remixes) - EP

Artist: Kaskade & Skrillex

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Ultra Records, Inc.

Tracklist For Lick It (Remixes) - EP By Artist Kaskade & Skrillex

Title Artist Time
Lick It Kaskade & Skrillex 4:31 USD 1.29
Lick It Kaskade & Skrillex 4:59 USD 1.29
Lick It Kaskade & Skrillex 5:41 USD 1.29
Lick It Kaskade & Skrillex 6:14 USD 1.29

Reviews For Lick It (Remixes) - EP By Artist Kaskade & Skrillex

  • Very Good

    By SirApes
    I enjoy every song, it really is worth buying.
  • Skrillex and kaskade

    By iExplosive
    Lick it extended and datsik rock!
  • Better

    By Benjamin690
    The original was ok. I've never really got into Kaskade. The remixes are better tho
  • Awsome

    By Cwalt12
    I would definitely buy the songs they are awsome
  • How could you ruin a perfectly good song?

    By musically addicted37
    The Lick It (Exctended) is fine. Its just the original, only longer, but all the other remixes just ruin a perfectly good Kaskade/Skrillex song. Don't waste your time and money, just get the extended version if you already own the original.
  • oh SNAP :O

    By anthony217
    if kaskade shot a nuke at skrillex and skrillex reincarnated hitler and they fought this is what u get!!!!!!
  • Dat Sik

    By Dtp Vexhum
    I love this music
  • Datsik&NormansDoray

    By NANaconda101ruskayasuperstar
    Best, its legit
  • Skrilled

    By Airflow/Toslow
    This is awesome the songs are legit skrillex is the best and kaskade too
  • nice

    By Sonja019
    too legit to quit!

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