Dr Dre - Chronic 2001 - Eminem Snoop Dogg -1999 Hip-Hop - Sealed 2LP

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Dr. Dre - The Chronic 2001

Label: Aftermath Entertainment
Catalog#: 490 486-1
Format: 2 x Vinyl, LP, Album

2019 reissue. The music is confirmed uncensored, and the back cover tracklist is no longer censored either.

Record is New Sealved
Country: USA Issue

2019 issue
Released: 1999
Genre: Hip Hop
Style: Tracklist

A1 Lolo (Intro) 0:40
Voice [Featuring] - Tray-Dee , Xzibit
A2 The Watcher 3:28
A3 Fu++ You 3:25
Rap [Featuring] - Devin a/k/a The Dude , Snoop Dogg
A4 Still D.R.E. 4:28
Rap [Featuring] - Snoop Dogg
A5 Big Ego's 4:01


B1 Xxplosive 3:35
Rap [Featuring] - Six-Two , Kurupt , Nate Dogg
B2 What's The Difference 4:04
Rap [Featuring] - Eminem , Xzibit
B3 Bar One 0:51
Voice [Featuring] - Eddie Griffin , Ms. Roq , Traci Nelson
B4 Light Speed 2:30
B5 Forgot About Dre 3:54
Rap [Featuring] - Eminem
B6 The Next Episode 2:42
Rap [Featuring] - Snoop Dogg
Vocals [Featuring] - Nate Dogg



C1 Let's Get High 2:27
Rap [Featuring] - Kurupt , Ms. Roq
C2 Bit+ Ni++az 4:14
Rap [Featuring] - Six-Two , Snoop Dogg
C3 The Car Bomb 1:01
Voice [Featuring] - Charis Henry , Mel-Man
C4 Murder Ink. 2:28
Rap [Featuring] - Ms. Roq
C5 Ed-Ucation 1:32
Voice [Featuring] - Eddie Griffin
C6 Some L.A. Ni++ 4:25
Rap [Featuring] - DeFari , King T , Knoc-Turn'al , Koka , MC Ren , Time Bomb (2) , Xzibit
C7 Pause 4 Porno 1:33
Voice [Featuring] - Jake Steed



D1 Housewife 4:03
Rap [Featuring] - Kurupt
D2 Ackrite 3:40
D3 Bang Bang 3:42
Rap [Featuring] - Knoc-turn'al
D4 The Message 5:11
Producer [Uncredited] - Lord Finesse
Vocals [Featuring] - Mary J. Blige , Rell





Executive Producer - Dr. Dre
Producer - Dr. Dre (tracks: A1 to D3) , Mel-Man (tracks: A1 to D3)
Rap [Featuring] - Hittman (tracks: A5, B1, B4, C1, C2, C4, D1 to D3)
℗©1999 Aftermath Entertainment / Interscope Records
Interscope Records is a Universal Music Company
Made in the EU

On track B6, Dr. Dre samples a David McCallum song released in 1967: "The Edge" from the album "Music: A Bit More Of Me" on Capitol Records.

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Though Eminem's debut THE SLIM SHADY LP was incredibly witty and funny and gave some hints of greater things to come, the real sign that good, real hardcore hip-hop was coming back was this: Dre's awesome, criminally underrated sequel to THE CHRONIC.

In this album, Dre accomplishes too many things to list: He let's Death Row-loving haters know he's still the same old Dre in "Still D.R.E.", he reunites with his legendary sidekick Snoop Dogg (who does his best post-DOGGYSTYLE work in the banging "F!#% You" and "The Next Episode"), makes it clear he still loves to have his sidekicks make you "forget about dre" (Eminem's verses in that song and "What's The Difference" are among his illest and most quotable lyrics ever), let's a bunch of supporting mc's get their chance to rip the mic for a couple of minutes in tracks like "Housewife" and "Bang Bang", breaks the gangsta mood at the end of the album to deliver a deep and heartfelt eulogy to his murdered younger brother with the help of Mary J. Blige's hallmark vocals in "The Message", and, throughout THE WHOLE ALBUM with kickass beat after kickass beat proves why he is almost unanimously accepted as The Greatest Hip-Hop Producer Of All-Time, regardless how much time had passed between "The Chronic" and this album.

Dr Dre - Still Dre - 2001 - feat Snoop Dogg

Damn this track is a classic - i miss rap like this.


Dr. Dre - Forgot About Dre Feat. Eminem

One of the best beats of all time! ..instantly recognisable.

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Condition New
Format 2LP
Label Aftermath Records
Color Black