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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #75 on: March 28, 2020, 08:58:56 AM »
Project # 3:

Heres a revised version of my DETOX project...included all the recent Dre leaks past few years and fixed up the quality...its still sequenced perfectly from start to finish!



Tracklist:

01. This Is Detox (ft. Kobe) (Produced By DJ Khalil)  (T.I. Reference) * 
02. Under Pressure (ft. Jay-Z) (Produced By Dr. Dre & Scott Storch) *
03. Die Hard (ft.Eminem) (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
04. Drug Test (ft. The Game, Snoop Dogg & Sly) (Produced By DJ Khalil) *
05. Kush (ft. Snoop Dogg, Sly, Kobe & Akon) (Produced By Dr. Dre DJ Khalil) *
06. Talking To My Diary (ft. Slim The Mobster & Sly) (Produced By Dr. Dre, DJ Silk & Chocolate)
07. The Recipe (ft. Kendrick Lamar) (Produced By Scoop DeVille)
08. 2Nite (ft. Kendrick Lamar & Jeremih) (Produced By Mike & Keys) *
09. 2 Kings (ft. Jay-Z) (Produced By Jake One) *
10. Compton (ft. Kendrick Lamar & Sly) (Produced By Just Blaze)
11. Chillin' (ft. Swizz Beatz) (Produced By Swizz Beatz) *
12. 12 Steps To Recovery (ft. Sly) (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
13. Sh*t Popped Off (ft. T.I. & Sly) (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
14. Back Against The Wall (ft. Slim The Mobster & Sly) (Produced By Jake One) *
15. Topless (ft. Nas, Eminem & Slim The Mobster) (Produced By DJ Khalil)  *
16. It Could've Been U (ft 50 Cent, & R. Kelly) (Produced By DJ Khalil) *
17. Comin' Back (Produced By Just Blaze)  (T.I. Reference) *
18. I Got It (Produced By Jake One)  (Rain Reference) *
19. Mr. Prescription (feat. Sly & Nikki Grier) (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
20. Better Back Back (feat. Warren G & Bishop Lamont) (Produced By Dr. Dre) * 
21. Turn Me On (feat. Sly & Ester Dean) (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
22. I Need A Doctor (feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey) (Produced By Alex Da Kidd)
*

* = Tracks I TWEAKED!!!

Album Link

https://www82.zippyshare.com/v/xWB9FFqR/file.html

Just reviewing Crip's albums after I give them a serious listen... (and as it goes without saying great work as always Crip, much appreciated.  And any adjustments I make to tracks are just personal preference not really suggestions cause I like the way you are formatting all of these cause it gives us a good look at what all is available, just tweaking a bit here and there)

...Gave this one a full listen beginning to end just as Crip made it.

Infinite's brief Detox Review (Crip Version)

Now I can see why Dre never released this album.  Let's start with the good.

The GOOD

The interesting part though is that there is some serious hits on this album which could of promoted the album to high sales in the right climate.  Like "Kush" and "Need A Doctor" still performed well as singles and videos even though no album was released--and "Mr. Perscription" and "Drug Test" seem like they could of been club hits as well.  "Die Hard" also seems like a potential hit or worthy of at least its own music video.  "The Recipe" is of course a great track and still my favorite all time Kendrick Lamar track.  I was surprised when this track didn't really blow up or have a music video.  It was actually shit that Kendrick did without Dre that blew him up to what he became...

BAD

Now for the downside and why this album probably wasn't released.  "Under Pressure" and "2 Kings" are very weak and subpar.  I'm not a Jay-Z fan anyway, but this is far from the "Still Dre" type material Jay-Z came up with in the past.  "Talking To My Diary" and "Tonight" were a bit too distant from the Detox era because they seem to be more like the COMPTON sessions (though I know "Talking to My Diary" was the first and oldest song recorded for COMPTON).  Then a lot of the rest are filler songs not really worthy of much mention.

LAST OF ALL LET ME MAKE SPECIFIC NOTE OF "TOPLESS"

"Back Against the Wall" was a good find and a song I must of missed, seems I hadn't heard it before.  I think "Topless" is one of the all-time great unreleased tracks up there with 6'2 "Day Like Today" or Royce "Throne is Mine" Pac "Play Your Cards Right" o.g... But this version of "Topless" isn't my favorite.  The best one was the one that had T.I. open up with reference vocals for Dre---

"Yo, it's the D-R
Party favors outside the E-R..."

Then went in with Nas' epic second verse which is really one of Nas great all time verses that will never be released.  Nas absolutely devastates this track.  Then there was no 3rd verse just those two verses.  I kind of feel like all the other verses that were made for this track aren't really worthy.  For some reason the first version I had of this track just had the T.I. reference vocals and the Nas' verse so that's what I got used to.


i thought the best topless version was the one with eminem and nas


but remember these tracks are unreleased for a reason ... iím sure if detox dropped 75% of these tracks wouldnít make it and it would be an instant classic.
 

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #76 on: March 28, 2020, 09:38:52 AM »


i thought the best topless version was the one with eminem and nas


but remember these tracks are unreleased for a reason ... iím sure if detox dropped 75% of these tracks wouldnít make it and it would be an instant classic.

ahh come on cuz that T.I. "Party favors outside the E.R." shit was dope (and I don't even like T.I.)
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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #77 on: March 28, 2020, 11:24:11 AM »


i thought the best topless version was the one with eminem and nas


but remember these tracks are unreleased for a reason ... iím sure if detox dropped 75% of these tracks wouldnít make it and it would be an instant classic.

ahh come on cuz that T.I. "Party favors outside the E.R." shit was dope (and I don't even like T.I.)

iím not sayin it wasnít dope but the eminem version was just doper to me
 

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #78 on: March 28, 2020, 12:47:37 PM »
Just reviewing Crip's albums after I give them a serious listen... (and as it goes without saying great work as always Crip, much appreciated.  And any adjustments I make to tracks are just personal preference not really suggestions cause I like the way you are formatting all of these cause it gives us a good look at what all is available, just tweaking a bit here and there)

...Gave this one a full listen beginning to end just as Crip made it.

Infinite's brief Detox Review (Crip Version)

Now I can see why Dre never released this album.  Let's start with the good.

The GOOD

The interesting part though is that there is some serious hits on this album which could of promoted the album to high sales in the right climate.  Like "Kush" and "Need A Doctor" still performed well as singles and videos even though no album was released--and "Mr. Perscription" and "Drug Test" seem like they could of been club hits as well.  "Die Hard" also seems like a potential hit or worthy of at least its own music video. "The Recipe" is of course a great track and still my favorite all time Kendrick Lamar track.  I was surprised when this track didn't really blow up or have a music video.  It was actually shit that Kendrick did without Dre that blew him up to what he became..."Back Against the Wall" was a good find and a song I must of missed, seems I hadn't heard it before.

If I remember right "The Recipe" actually had a music video, but it was never released for some reason. ASAP Rocky directed it.
 

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #79 on: March 28, 2020, 01:23:19 PM »
Just reviewing Crip's albums after I give them a serious listen... (and as it goes without saying great work as always Crip, much appreciated.  And any adjustments I make to tracks are just personal preference not really suggestions cause I like the way you are formatting all of these cause it gives us a good look at what all is available, just tweaking a bit here and there)

...Gave this one a full listen beginning to end just as Crip made it.

Infinite's brief Detox Review (Crip Version)

Now I can see why Dre never released this album.  Let's start with the good.

The GOOD

The interesting part though is that there is some serious hits on this album which could of promoted the album to high sales in the right climate.  Like "Kush" and "Need A Doctor" still performed well as singles and videos even though no album was released--and "Mr. Perscription" and "Drug Test" seem like they could of been club hits as well.  "Die Hard" also seems like a potential hit or worthy of at least its own music video. "The Recipe" is of course a great track and still my favorite all time Kendrick Lamar track.  I was surprised when this track didn't really blow up or have a music video.  It was actually shit that Kendrick did without Dre that blew him up to what he became..."Back Against the Wall" was a good find and a song I must of missed, seems I hadn't heard it before.

If I remember right "The Recipe" actually had a music video, but it was never released for some reason. ASAP Rocky directed it.

yeah, mainstream Kendrick fans don't even know the fuckin song.  They know shit like "King Kunta" and "Swimming Pools" or whatever I guess (not sure cause I don't keep up with new music unless Dre did it
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"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

Dre -  Source 1996 cover

"Eminem will be bigger than Michael Jackson as long as he doesn't change."

-Dre, Rolling Stones mag 1999 Em cover

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #80 on: March 28, 2020, 02:04:52 PM »

yeah, mainstream Kendrick fans don't even know the fuckin song.  They know shit like "King Kunta"

 ???
 

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« Reply #81 on: March 28, 2020, 05:33:29 PM »

yeah, mainstream Kendrick fans don't even know the fuckin song.  They know shit like "King Kunta"

 ???

Again (off the dome) I donít know the title of the song cause I donít listen to new music but I used to have a girl who listened to some Kendrick Lamar track and the hook said ďKing KuntaĒ or whatever I donít give a fucc about new music
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"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

Dre -  Source 1996 cover

"Eminem will be bigger than Michael Jackson as long as he doesn't change."

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #82 on: March 29, 2020, 01:31:18 PM »
Some extra Knoc tracks I fixed up and put together



Tracklist:

01. Around My Way (Produced By Damizza)
02. Cash Sniffin Noses (ft. Too $hort & Slip Capone) (Produced By Bud'da)
03. Makes Me Wanna (ft. Shade Sheist & N.U.N.E.) (Produced By Damizza)
04. Keep It Gangsta (ft. Nate Dogg, Xzibit & Lil' Mo) (Produced By Megahertz)
05. Born 2 Hustle (ft. S-Dog) (Produced By Uzi-9)
06. Reverend Knoc (ft. Warren G) (Produced By Damizza)
07. Get Down (Produced By Warren G)
08. Rock The Party (Produced By Scott Storch)
09. Way I Am Remix (ft. WC & E-40) (Produced By Scott Storch)
10. Money bi*ches & Weed (ft Slip Capone & Yykkes) (Produced By L.A.C.)
11. Twisted (ft. Nate Dogg & Armed Robbery) (Produced By Fredwreck)
12. I Just Wanna Party (Produced By Damizza)
13. Saturday Night (ft. Damizza) (Produced By Damizza)
14. It's All On U (ft. Slip Capone) (Produced By Battlecat)
15. L.A. (ft. Slip Capone) (Produced By Battlecat)
16. Knoc-Turn'al (Produced By Fredwreck)
17. Bouncin' (Produced By Dr. Dre)
18. Eastwest sh*t (ft. Sticky Fingaz, Ms. Roq & W-Ballz) (Produced By Mel-Man)
19. What Is Life (Produced By Bud'da)
20. Your Only Son (Produced By Bud'da)
21. Whatcha Gon' Do (Produced By Battlecat)
22. Ya Boy Is Back (Produced By Scott Storch)


Album Link
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« Last Edit: March 29, 2020, 01:34:07 PM by Tha Crip »
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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #83 on: March 29, 2020, 01:48:23 PM »
Back in 02 LA rapper Shade Sheist released Informal Introduction...I took out the filler tracks and replaced em with features/leftovers/unreleased tracks...sequenced great from start to finish!!!



Tracklisting:

01. Somebody Steals The Show (Produced By Damizza)
02. Makes Me Wan' Fuk U (f. Knoc-Turn'al & Jayo Felony) (Produced By Bear)*
03. John Doe (ft. DJ Quik, Hi-C & AMG) (Produced By DJ Quik)
04. All I Know (ft. Irv. Gotti) (Produced By Irv Gotti)*
05. X2 (Produced By Damizza) (Less DJ Clue)*
06. Walk A Mile (ft. Nate Dogg, N.U.N.E. & Vita) (Produced By Damizza)
07. R.I.C.O. Gangstas (ft. Kurupt) (Produced By Damizza)*
08. Money Owners (ft. Timbaland) (Produced By Timbaland)
09. Wake Up (ft. Warren G & Nate Dogg) (Produced By KayGee)
10. Paper Paper (ft. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony) (Produced By Damizza)*
11. Str8 West Coast (ft. Knoc/Warren/Nate/Xzibit) (Produced By Dr. Dre)*
12. Cali Diseaz (ft. Nate Dogg) (Produced By Damizza)
13. I'm Still Here (ft. N.U.N.E.) (Produced By Damizza)*
14. Where I Wanna Be (ft. Nate Dogg & Kurupt) (Produced By KayGee)
15. Stack Bangin' (ft. Mack 10 & Techniec) (Produced By Damizza)*
16. Thangz Done Changed (ft. Nate Dogg) (Produced By Damizza)*
17. Enjoy Myself (ft. Jayo Felony & Knoc-Turn'al) (Produced By Damizza)*
18. What Would U Do (ft. Nate Dogg & Mariah Carey) (Produced By Damizza)*
19. Get Ur Head Out Ur Ass (Produced By Jermaine J.D. Dupri)*
20. Bounce (ft. TQ) (Produced By Warren G)*
21. If U Were Mine (ft. Tatum Tots) (Produced By Damizza)*
22. Rude Awakening (ft. Knoc-Turn'al & Butch Cassidy) (Produced By Havoc)*


Album Link
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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #84 on: March 29, 2020, 02:04:03 PM »
Back in 2010 Epic Records was supposed to release Nipseys major label debut...I gathered the big name produced tracks from that era and sequenced everything good from start to finish!!!



Tracklisting:

01. The Hussle Way (Produced By Phonix Beats) *
02. Face The World (Produced By 9th Wonder) *
03. New Money (Produced By J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League) *
04. Hussle In The House Rmx (ft Jay Rock & Maino) (Produced By Detroit Red)
05. Return Of The Mack (ft. Snoop Dogg) (Produced By J.R. Rotem)*
06. Something From Nothing (ft. Wiz Khalifa) (Produced By Jake One)*
07. Feelin' Myself (ft. Lloyd) (Produced By 1500 Or Nothin')
08. Hussle Hussle (Produced By J.R. Rotem) *
09. Gangsta Life (ft. Snoop Dogg) (Produced By Scott Storch)*
10. I Don't Give A Fucc (Produced By QD3) *
11. All For Tha Doe (Produced By Kanye West) *
12. Respect Ya Passion (Produced By Bink!) *
13. Roll The Windows Up (ft. Slauson Boyz) (Produced By Detroit Red) *
14. Ridin' Slow (ft. Bun B & Sean Kingston) (Produced By J.R. Rotem)*
15. Husslas State of Mind (Produced BY Tha Bizness)*
16. Shed A Tear (Produced By Tha Bizness)*
17. Blue Laces (ft. Kokane) (Produced By Mr. Lee)*
18. They Roll (ft. The Game) (Produced By Cozmo)*
19. Killer (ft. Drake) (Produced By 1500 Or Nothin')
20. Keys 2 The City (Produced By Djay Cas & ENG)


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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #85 on: March 29, 2020, 03:32:14 PM »
After Kurupt left Death Row he recorded a double LP with each cd having the West Or East title ...I scrapped majority of the East and some of the west and replaced them with other songs Kurupt made in 98...sh*ts short but everything can be played from start to finish...no filler!!!



Tracklisting:

01. Light Sh*t Up (Produced By Easy Mo Bee)
02. Play My Cards Right (Produced By Battlecat)
03. That's Gangsta (Produced By Warren G)
04. We Can Freak It (ft. Baby S) (Produced By Battlecat)
05. Under Pressure (Produced By Battlecat) *
06. Tru Master (ft. Pete Rock & Inspectah Deck) (Produced By Pete Rock) *
07. We Can Freak It Remix (Explicit) (ft. Baby S) (Produced By Bud'da) *
08. Ask Yourself A Question (ft. Dr. Dre) (Produced By Dr. Dre)
09. Ride On (ft. Snoop Dogg) (Produced By DJ Quik) *
10. U Know My Steez (ft. Guru & Lady Of Rage) (Produced By DJ Premier) *
11. C-Walk (ft. Tray Dee & Slip Capone) (Produced By Daz)
12. Fresh (Produced By Daz)
13. Another Day (ft. Slip Capone & Gonzoe) (Produced By Battlecat)
14. Life I Lead (Produced By Daz)
*

* = Tracks I ADDED!!!

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #86 on: March 29, 2020, 03:48:47 PM »
I compiled mostly 99/early 2000s Xzibit tracks that werent on any of his albums...so soundtrack/leftover/bonus/unreleased songs that I fixed up and sequenced in the order..tracks are all UNTAGGED....enjoy




Tracklist:


01. Live From L.A. (ft. Snoop Dogg & Ice Cube) (Produced By DJ Quik)
02. Game Don't Wait Remix (ft. 213) (Produced By Dr. Dre)
03. Unleash (ft. Sticky Fingaz & Da 5 Footaz) (Produced By Warren G)
04. Year 2000 (Produced By Mel-Man)
05. Black Rabbit (ft. Truth Hurts) (Produced By Dr. Dre)
06. Get Yo Walk On Remix (ft. Daz & WC) (Produced By Fredwreck)
07. Bounce Rock Golden State (ft. Golden State) (Produced By Battlecat)
08. Keep It Gangsta (ft. Nate Dogg & Knoc-Turn'al) (Produced By Megahertz)
09. Get Fu*ked Up With Me (Produced By J-Z)
10. Spit Shine (Produced By Mr. Porter)
11. The Streets (ft. WC, Snoop Dogg & Nate Dogg) (Produced By Scott Storch)
12. What A Mess (Produced By DJ Premier)
13. Multiply Remix (ft. Busta Rhymes) (Produced By Just Blaze) [explicit]
14. The Sh*t (OG) (ft. MC Ren, Ice Cube, 6'2 & D.O.C.) (Produced By Jazze Pha)
15. Back Up Off Me (ft. Golden State) (Produced By Jelly Roll)
16. Freestyle (ft. Busta Rhymes) (Produced By Hi-Tek)
17. L.A.X. (OG) (Produced By Sir Jinx & Dr. Dre)
18. Grown Man Business (Produced By Dr. Dre)
19. What U Cant C (Produced By Rockwilder)
20. Ride & Smoke (ft. Pastor Troy) (Produced By DJ Muggs)
21. Dyin' To Live (Produced By DJ Khalil)
22. Hurt Locker (Produced By Scoop DeVille)


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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #87 on: March 29, 2020, 04:41:21 PM »
What an OG version of the The Games RED ALBUM coulda looked like...fixed up tracks and sequenced everything perfectly!!!




Tracklist:

01. Infrared (Produced By Cool & Dre)
02. Big Money (Produced By Cool & Dre)
03. Everything Red (ft. Lil' Wayne & Baby) (Produced By Ryan Leslie)
04. Soft Rhodes (ft. Ashanti) (Produced By Dr. Dre)
05. Heartbreak Hotel (ft. Diddy) (Produced By Bink)
06. White Soft Porn (ft. Asher Roth & Tyga) (Produced By 1500 Or Nuthin)
07. I Just Want To Fuck (ft. Kurupt & Mr. Porter) (Produced By Mr. Porter)
08. Roll My Shit (ft. Snoop Dogg & Pharrell) (Produced By The Neptunes)
09. Cats & Dogs (ft. Kobe) (Produced By King David)
10. The Ocean (ft. Busta Rhymes & Sly) (Produced By Dr. Dre & Che Vicious)
11. Born In The Trap (Produced By DJ Premier)
12. Heartbreaker (ft. Rev. Burk) (Produced By The RZA)
13. Monsters In My Head (Produced By Boi-1da)
14. Slangin' Rocks (Produced By Scoop DeVille))
15. Dead People (Produced By Dr. Dre)

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #88 on: March 29, 2020, 11:00:38 PM »
Slim The Mobster...another Dre protege' whose album called The Movie or S.O.O.N....never came out but I put together enough leaked tracks and his mixtape songs to make a proper sounding sequenced project...enjoy




Tracklist:

01. Shake It (Produced By Lumbajack)
02. What Goes Up (ft. Snoop Dogg) (Produced By Siege)
03. Take It Like A Man (Produced By Lab Ratz)
04. I Aint Gonna Say Nothin' (Produced By Jake One)
05. Back Against The Wall (ft. Dr. Dre & Sly) (Produced By Jake One)
06. Fu*k You (ft. Yummy Bingham) (Produced By Bink!)
07. Do That (Produced By Nottz)
08. Gun Play (Produced By Sha Money XL)
09. Martyr (ft. Prodigy) (Produced By Sid Roams)
10. Dreamin' (Produced By Rahki)
11. See It (ft Snoop Dogg)  (Produced By Vitamin D)
12. Work For It (Produced By Nottz)
13. Mothafu*kin Streets (ft. Glasses Malone) (Produced By Dr. Dre)
14. South Central Blues (Produced By Sha Money XL)
15. Whose House (ft. Kendrick Lamar) (Produced By Boi-1da)
16. Take It Easy (Produced By Lab Ratz)
17. Get Your Money (Produced By Nottz)
18. Don't Believe You (ft. Xzibit) (Produced By Nottz)
19. These Bitches (ft. Twista) (Produced By DJ Khalil)
20. Aftermath Psychopath (Produced By DJ Khalil)


Album Link
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Just reviewing these after I finish each one...

Infinite Review of Fanmade (CRIP) Album  (goes without saying, as always great work from Crip on puttin this one together)

Nothing too impressive or extraordinary about Slim the Mobster.  I mean he's dope, but I'm not gonna cry too much over this one not being released.  I mean it ain't as good as 6'2" or Thy Kingdom Come.  A few keepers on this one but mostly sounds like filler.

The Good

-"Back Against the Wall" is a feel good track with replay value.
-"Martyr" the Prodigy joint is hard.  Prodigy and Mobster fit together.
-"Fuck You" I think this is the one with the girl on the hook her voice sounds almost sampled, anyway good sound if I remember correct


That's really it for this one.  On to the next.  Gonna check out the Crip's fanmade The Firm album next.  Always was burnt that Dre/Aftermath didn't get more tracks on the album so looking forward to hearing this remade version...
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"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

Dre -  Source 1996 cover

"Eminem will be bigger than Michael Jackson as long as he doesn't change."

-Dre, Rolling Stones mag 1999 Em cover

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #89 on: March 30, 2020, 12:00:34 AM »

yeah, mainstream Kendrick fans don't even know the fuckin song.  They know shit like "King Kunta"

 ???

Again (off the dome) I donít know the title of the song cause I donít listen to new music but I used to have a girl who listened to some Kendrick Lamar track and the hook said ďKing KuntaĒ or whatever I donít give a fucc about new music
Really missing out if you never heard To Pimp A Butterfly, and King Kunta is a banger, dont get me wrong, the 90s is my favourite era but theres a lot of dope newer stuff out there..
 

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #90 on: March 30, 2020, 01:38:54 PM »
I gathered all the leftover Neptune produced tracks from 2010-11 R.E.D. sessions, fixed up tracks and sequenced everything perfectly from start to finish!!!



Tracklist:

01. Intro
02. It Must Be Me (ft. Pharrell)
03. In My 6'4 (ft. Pharrell & Snoop Dogg)
04. Ain't No Doubt About It (ft. Justin Timberlake & Pharrell)
05. They Don't Want None (ft. Shyne & Pharrell)
06. When My Niggaz Come Home (ft. Snoop Dogg & Pharrell)
07. Dedicated (ft. Pharrell)
08. Roll My Shit (ft. Snoop Dogg & Pharrell)
09. Mama Knows (ft. Nelly Furtado)
10. It Must Be Tough (ft. Pharrell & Mysonne)
11. Really Raw (ft. Tyga, Snoop Dogg & Pharrell)
12. Red Bottoms (ft. P. Diddy)


ALL TRACKS PRODUCED BY THE NEPTUNES

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #91 on: March 30, 2020, 10:29:26 PM »
With this Firm Album I ended up trimming the filler Trackmaster tracks and replaced em with better produced songs by em and added in all those Dre cuts that didnt make the album...fixed em up too...the intros now apart of the tracks...sequenced everything perfectly and added some rare remixes...



Tracklist:

01. Firm Fiasco Intro (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
02. Phone Tap (ft. Dr. Dre) (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
03. Executive Decision (Produced By Trackmasters)
04. Firm Family (ft. Dr. Dre) (Produced By Dr. Dre & The Glove)
05. Creep (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
06. Fuck Somebody Else (Produced By Dr. Dre & The Glove) *
07. Everyday Thing (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
08. Untouchable (ft. Wizard) (Produced By Dr. Dre & Mel-Man) *
09. Nas Is Coming (ft. Dr. Dre) (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
10. 5 Minutes to Flush (Produced By The Glove & Dr. Dre)*
11. Desperados (ft. Canibus) (Produced By Trackmasters)*
12. Affirmative Action (Produced By Trackmasters) *
13. La Familia (Produced By Trackmasters) *
14. Firm Biz Remix (Produced By Trackmasters) *
15. Time (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
16. Sosa Vs State (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
17. 4 In The Mornin' (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
18. Fistful Of Dollas (ft. Dr. Dre) (Produced By Dr. Dre) *
19. Phone Tap Remix (ft. Dr. Dre) (Produced By Dr. Dre) *

* = TRACKS I ADDED/TWEAKED

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Infinite Review of Fanmade (Crip) The Firm Album  (As always goes without saying great work on this one Crip)

FIRST, A LOOK BACK ON 97' WHEN THE ALBUM WAS ORIGINALLY RELEASED

First let me say that this was one of the more bizarre eras in hip-hop.  The hip-hop world was mourning the loss of Big and Pac and lesser acts like Jay-Z, Puffy, DMX, and No Limit were filling the vacuum.  Dre loyalists like me were hoping Dre would emerge and restore order but we'd have to wait a couple more years for that when Eminem emerged at Aftermath.  This was also the Mafioso era.  Death Row kind of spearheaded that stuff you saw the imagery with the way Suge was trying to run his label and Snoop's Doggfather album.  It was a depressing era in hip-hop and a depressing time in my own life.  I remember getting the album the day it dropped--just on the strength of the Aftermath name--because I wasn't really a fan of anybody else on the album.  Even Nas, I wasn't really a fan at the time.  I'd loved a couple tracks here and there like "If I Ruled the World" and AZ's "Sugar Hill" but it would be another couple years before I'd really get deep into Nas and other East Coast artists.  So the idea at the time for West Coast headz like me was that shit was wack--and that the Firm album was a flop.  I was smart enough to realize that "Phone Tap" was a banger.  And eventually I was smart enough to figure out that "Desperado's" was also some next level shit.  I remember at that time they were toutin' Canibus as being the second coming of Rakim or some shit--he was the next big thing--and I was all in once he came with "2nd Round Knockout" with Mike Tyson....In retrospect there was a ton of great music still being released in this era, and The Firm album was also a dope album looking back...

THE BAD

...As for this Crip fanmade album...word is Dre said he only really spent like 10 days on this album.  There weren't enough Aftermath contributions to really please Dre fans.  Crip tried to balance it out a bit here.  Up until the "Firm Biz" track it was no real improvement upon the retail release.  The Dre contributions were a bit tired...

The GOOD

It didn't seem like much of an improvement anyway, until you get to "Time" and the last few cuts then it starts to come together and you can see a vision of what this album could've been.  Very solid, but not classic.
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"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

Dre -  Source 1996 cover

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #92 on: March 31, 2020, 08:16:36 AM »
crip .... u got any projects on brooklyn? inquiring for some1 on the coli
 

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #93 on: March 31, 2020, 01:22:03 PM »
On review you can see why Dre left this stuff on the cutting room floor then swept it into the vault because most of the tracks are subpar at best. Way below his usual standards in that era and they sound like the throwaways they are compared to what we know.

 

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« Reply #94 on: March 31, 2020, 09:25:13 PM »
So when Dre bounced from Deathrow, this compilation was his first release on the new label...only it had one or two songs with dre on it and it was mostly RnB stuff...I took all that out, put more Dre tracks from that era on it...enjoy




Tracklisting:

01. Dr. Dre - Aftermath Intro (Produced By Dr. Dre & Mel-Man)
02. Group Therapy - Eastcoast Killaz, Westcoast Killaz (Produced By Bud'da)
03. Mel-Man - sh*ttin' On The World (Produced By Dr. Dre)
04. RBX - Blunt Time (Produced By Dr. Dre & Stu-B-Doo)
05. Dr. Dre - Been There, I Done That (Produced By Bud'da)
06. Dr. Dre ft Kurupt - Ask Yourself A Question (Produced By Dr. Dre)
07. Mischellaneous - As The World Turns (Produced By The Glove)
08. Phats Bossi - Through The Rain (Produced By Dr. Dre & Warren G)
09. King T - Str8 Gone (Produced By Bud'da)
10. Nas ft Dr. Dre - Nas Is Coming (Produced By Dr. Dre)
11. R.C. ft King T - Saturday (Produced By Dr. Dre)
12. Gunz - Hog In Me (Produced By Dr. Dre & Stu-B-Doo)
13. Dr. Dre ft Ras Kass & Mack-10 - Ghetto Fabolous (Produced By Dr. Dre & Stu)
14. Dr. Dre ft E-A-Ski - Dre & Mr. Ski (Produced By Dr. Dre)
15. Dr. Dre ft Scarface & Ice Cube - Game Over (Produced By Dr. Dre)
16. Sharief - L.A.W. (Produced By Stu-B-Doo)
17. Nowl - Nationowl (Produced By Bud'da)
18. Eve - Eve Of Destruction (Produced By Mel-Man)
19. R.C. ft King T - Fame (Produced By Dr. Dre & The Glove)
20. Dr. Dre ft LL Cool J - Zoom (Produced By Dr. Dre)
21. Dr. Dre ft B-Real - Puppet Master (Produced By Dr. Dre & Dj Muggs)
22. Group Therapy - Eastcoast Killaz, Westcoast Killaz (Bud'da Remix)


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Infinite Review of Crip Fanmade Aftermath Presents  Great work as always by Crip

Look Back At Retail Release

Pivotal era in hip-hop after the Death of Pac.  Dre struck out on his own and really needed to come up big on this album.  The first two singles seemed to fit the bill but for whatever reason they failed to really make a huge impact--up until King T "Straight Gone" the album was up to Dre standard--but there was just too much filler.  "Nationowl" was a good track but most the second half of the album was weak.

The GOOD

The E-A-Ski track and B Real cut go nice on this one.  They fit the time period and "Puppet Masters" is a banger.  "Zoom" is a banger and Eve's joint is solid but they were maybe a year off as far as timing goes for the Aftermath Presents album. 

The Bad

A few wack cuts on here like "Hog In Me" and "Through the Rain" are weak as cuts.  Also I have no idea why Dre couldn't find a better track than "As the World Turns" to put on the o.g. retail release cause he had to of had harder shit than that somewhere in the vault. 

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Dre -  Source 1996 cover

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #95 on: April 01, 2020, 10:55:01 AM »
CRIP, thx for all your hard work!  I'm rediscovering some gems and even hearing some new ones for the first time.   Props
 
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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #96 on: April 01, 2020, 12:07:39 PM »
CRIP, thx for all your hard work!  I'm rediscovering some gems and even hearing some new ones for the first time.   Props


true!! that song with Snoop 'n Kokane over the "i pledge allegiance" beat from Nate's LP. Never heard (of) it.
 

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #97 on: April 02, 2020, 06:00:51 AM »

Infinite Review of Fanmade (Crip) The Firm Album  (As always goes without saying great work on this one Crip)

FIRST, A LOOK BACK ON 97' WHEN THE ALBUM WAS ORIGINALLY RELEASED

First let me say that this was one of the more bizarre eras in hip-hop.  The hip-hop world was mourning the loss of Big and Pac and lesser acts like Jay-Z, Puffy, DMX, and No Limit were filling the vacuum.  Dre loyalists like me were hoping Dre would emerge and restore order but we'd have to wait a couple more years for that when Eminem emerged at Aftermath.  This was also the Mafioso era.  Death Row kind of spearheaded that stuff you saw the imagery with the way Suge was trying to run his label and Snoop's Doggfather album.  It was a depressing era in hip-hop and a depressing time in my own life.  I remember getting the album the day it dropped--just on the strength of the Aftermath name--because I wasn't really a fan of anybody else on the album.  Even Nas, I wasn't really a fan at the time.  I'd loved a couple tracks here and there like "If I Ruled the World" and AZ's "Sugar Hill" but it would be another couple years before I'd really get deep into Nas and other East Coast artists.  So the idea at the time for West Coast headz like me was that shit was wack--and that the Firm album was a flop.  I was smart enough to realize that "Phone Tap" was a banger.  And eventually I was smart enough to figure out that "Desperado's" was also some next level shit.  I remember at that time they were toutin' Canibus as being the second coming of Rakim or some shit--he was the next big thing--and I was all in once he came with "2nd Round Knockout" with Mike Tyson....In retrospect there was a ton of great music still being released in this era, and The Firm album was also a dope album looking back...

THE BAD

...As for this Crip fanmade album...word is Dre said he only really spent like 10 days on this album.  There weren't enough Aftermath contributions to really please Dre fans.  Crip tried to balance it out a bit here.  Up until the "Firm Biz" track it was no real improvement upon the retail release.  The Dre contributions were a bit tired...

The GOOD

It didn't seem like much of an improvement anyway, until you get to "Time" and the last few cuts then it starts to come together and you can see a vision of what this album could've been.  Very solid, but not classic.


I liked the way you summed up the state of the rap game at that time, very true. I can also relate to a lot of what you're saying regarding not really getting into east coast artists until later on. I thought this album was pretty good at time (aint gonna lie, I was a fan of that Firm Biz track especially the video with Foxy rolling around in $$$$  :o) and didn't understand why it was regarded as such a "flop", but I'm going to relisten.
 

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #98 on: April 02, 2020, 01:03:45 PM »
Snoop recorded so much tracks during that era he coulda easily released the LP as a double disc. I gathered the greatest quality versions of all these tracks...everything is sequenced perfectly!!!




Tracklist:

01. May I Intro (Produced By Soopafly) *
02. Got To Do Wrong (Produced By L.T. Hutton) *
03. Touchdown (ft. Threat) (Produced By DJ Pooh) *
04. The Genie (ft. Bad Azz & Bo Rock) (Produced By L.T. Hutton) *
05. Head Doctor (Original) (ft. Raphael Saadiq) (Produced By Kurt Kobane)*
06. Dogg Collar (ft. Lady V, Big Pimpin' & Bad Azz) (Produced By L.T. Hutton)*
07. Midnight Love (ft. Daz & Raphael Saadiq) (Produced By Soopafly)
08. Caught Up (ft. Charlie Wilson) (Produced By Daz)*
09. O.G. (Original) (ft. Nate Dogg) (Produced By Daz)*
10. Gangsta Walk (ft. Tha Dogg Pound) (Produced By Daz)*
11. Hollywood Bank Robbery (ft. Tha Dogg Pound & Tray D) (Produced By Daz)
12. Out Da Moon (ft. 2Pac, Bad Azz & LBC Crew) (Produced By L.T. Hutton)
13. East Side Party (ft. Nate Dogg) (Produced By Daz)
14. Untouchables (ft. 2Pac & Tha Outlawz) (Produced By Daz)*
15. Keep It Real (ft. Kurupt, Bad Azz & Mack 10) (Produced By Soopafly)
16. No More Games (ft. Prince Ital Joe & Nate Dogg) (Produced By Daz)*
17. Hit Rocks (Produced By DJ Pooh)
18. Eastside (ft. Daz & Tray Dee) (Produced By L.T. Hutton)
19. Street Life (ft. 2Pac, Val Young & Prince Ital Joe) (Produced By Daz)*
20. Doggystyle 96' (ft. LBC Crew & Warren G) (Produced By DJ Pooh)*
21. Just Watchin' (ft. 2Pac, Kurupt & Charlie Wilson) (Produced By Daz)*


*= Tracks I TWEAKED

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Re: The Official Bill Wallace/Tha Crip Custom Album And Track Thread!!!
« Reply #99 on: April 02, 2020, 01:08:35 PM »
All dope cuts and unreleased/soundtracks songs from that era made up for disc. 2...sequenced everything great!!!



Tracklist:

1. Intro (Prod. By Daz)
2. I Roc Mics (Prod. By Daz)
3. What Would U Do (ft. Big Pimpin') (Prod. By Dr. Dre)
4. Dont Give A Fu*k (ft. Dr. Dre, Lady Of Rage)(Prod. By Dr. Dre)
5. Dogg Pound 4 Life OG (Prod. By Dr. Dre & Daz)
6. OG To BG (ft. Soopafly) (Prod. By Daz)
7. Every Single Day OG (ft D.O.C., Nate Dogg & Jewell) (Prod. By Daz)
8. Big Pimpin (ft. Big Pimpin') (Prod. By Daz)
9. Got My Mind Made Up (ft. Method Man/Redman/2Pac) (Prod. By Daz)
10. Who Got Sum Gangsta Sh*t (ft. Lil C Style) (Prod. By Soopafly)
11. Lets Play House OG (ft. Michel'le/Warren G./Nate Dogg) (Prod. By Daz)
12. Gigolo (Prod. By Daz)
13. Like Dis (ft. Big Pimpin') (Prod. By Daz)
14. Mobbin Wit Da Pound (ft. Dr. Dre/Big C Style/Lil 1/2 Dead) (Prod. By Dr. Dre)
15. NY87 (ft. DJ Quik, 2Pac & Threat)(Prod. By Daz)
16. Bomb Azz Pus*y OG (ft. D.O.C. & Lil Malik) (Prod. By Daz)
17. Thats My Ni**a (Prod. By Daz)
18. Dont Stop OG (ft. Nas) (Prod. By Daz)
19. Blueberry (ft. LBC Crew) (Prod. By Sam Sneed)
20. Dont Give A Fu*k OG (ft. Dr. Dre) (Prod. By Dr. Dre)
21. Can't C Me (ft. George Clinton) (Prod. By Dr. Dre)


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