Mark Lewis – Flammable Liquid

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This Milkyway mixtape, by Mark Lewis, was recorded in the summer of 1992 at LA’s Flammable Liquid After Hours. The tape was sent in by a contributor who purchased it in the summer of 1992, at a Flammable Liquid after hours in Compton, after a Paw Paw Patch rave. Doc Martin and Mark lewis were playing that night.

Mark Lewis – LA’s Flammable Liquid (Deep House Groove) (Smile Side)

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Mark Lewis – LA’s Flammable Liquid (Deep House Groove) (Heart Side)

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Tape Source: Christopher Paolini

17 thoughts on “Mark Lewis – Flammable Liquid”

  1. OMG! I haven’t seen this tape in YEARS! Does anyone have the Doc tape from this night? Mine was stolen out of my car in the 90’s and I haven’t been able to find it anywhere…..
    Ah, memories

  2. Thaks for the the music I had lost it sure brings back memories of the after hours back in the 80 ‘s and 90’s..peace…

  3. This is the best art music of the 80’s and 90’s sure brings back old times in my home LA…

  4. Of all the recordings produced by Milky Way Rave Recordings, this tape of Mark Lewis is one my all time favorite. Especially the opening track on side B Heart side.
    I had so… much fun recording and mastering this one :-) :-)

    Blessings from Mike Paris AKA Michael Milky-
    Milkyway Rave Recordings

  5. Takes me back to the most dynamic time in Los Angeles history and a golden time for me personally. Thank you boys

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