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Freeloader: Get a sneak peek of new music from Foodchain and download FOE and Awhat!'s new mixtape

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Earlier today, Foodchain leaked a new track, "Who Ridin'," from their forthcoming album, Corpses, which is due for release on February 10, 2010. While that particular cut is currently only available for stream (listen after the jump), you can still download the act's self-titled debut if you haven't already.

And while we're on the subject of free music, if you likewise haven't already gotten your hands on The Format, King F.O.E. and DJ AWhat!'s stellar new mixtape, now's your chance. Just received word that the whole shebang is available for free download. No word on how long the link will be live, though, so better get while the getting is good. Take it freezy.

UPDATE: Artwork for Corpses added after the jump.

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