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Re: Dogg Pound’s most underrated tracks? “Just Doggin” off Sunset Park...
« Reply #15 on: September 19, 2020, 09:17:48 AM »
Off-topic, but did "Dogg Food" actually go triple platinum? I remember it sellin' two million copies, not three?

it was only certified 2x but that was a few months after it was released...Death Row had been notoriously bad in updating their certs over the years
 
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Re: Dogg Pound’s most underrated tracks? “Just Doggin” off Sunset Park...
« Reply #16 on: September 21, 2020, 09:05:41 AM »
Yeah this is a classic track for sure
 

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Re: Dogg Pound’s most underrated tracks? “Just Doggin” off Sunset Park...
« Reply #17 on: September 22, 2020, 05:10:51 AM »
classic joint



in fact, that entire 2002 album is underrated as fuck

It's a solid album, one of the rare ones you can listen from start to finish
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Re: Dogg Pound’s most underrated tracks? “Just Doggin” off Sunset Park...
« Reply #18 on: September 22, 2020, 05:43:34 AM »
It's a solid album, one of the rare ones you can listen from start to finish


rares from the dpg or any artist?!
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Okka

Re: Dogg Pound’s most underrated tracks? “Just Doggin” off Sunset Park...
« Reply #19 on: September 23, 2020, 08:33:40 AM »
It's a solid album, one of the rare ones you can listen from start to finish

You don't think there's a lot of albums you can listen from the beginning to the end?
 

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Re: Dogg Pound’s most underrated tracks? “Just Doggin” off Sunset Park...
« Reply #20 on: September 23, 2020, 12:06:40 PM »
The singles say that it was produced by Dre or produced Dre and Cold187um. The unreleased OG version (titled Mobbin with Tha Dogg Pound) was produced by Dre so that’s probably why they put that.



the unreleased og version used a diff beat than the sunset park
version?



It’s a different beat but also very similar. You haven’t heard it?



probably back when i used to download unreleased shit on here about 2 decades ago


but more importantly, that proves that dre indeed ghost produced the released version, just like he ghost produced a good portion of dogg food



dat mobbin shit go hard ....damnnn so who produced sunset park tune ? dre or daz , whoever did that is the King!
 

HighEyeCue

Re: Dogg Pound’s most underrated tracks? “Just Doggin” off Sunset Park...
« Reply #21 on: September 23, 2020, 12:42:53 PM »
It's a solid album, one of the rare ones you can listen from start to finish

this is the case with the majority of Death Row albums
 
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Re: Dogg Pound’s most underrated tracks? “Just Doggin” off Sunset Park...
« Reply #22 on: September 30, 2020, 06:26:48 AM »
Nice. Ive never heard the unreleased version. All three sound cool.
I liked the original off Sunset Park but preferred the Cold187 version when it came out. Bit more laid back.
 

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There are many albums out there I can listen to from start to finish from different genre's, but within Hip Hop, comparing the ratio of released albums vs ones I can listen to back to back, I find the latter to be rare. Take the 'golden era' as an example; there are great classics, yet there was a lot of filler. I remember buying random liquidated boxes of rap albums when auction sites were just getting good, and many were throwaways
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it was only certified 2x but that was a few months after it was released...Death Row had been notoriously bad in updating their certs over the years

A lot of rap labels are awful about recertifying things--Death Row, Aftermath, Ruthless, etc. Doggystyle was last certified in May 1994 and The Chronic in November 1993. 2001 was last done in November 2000. It drives me crazy for some reason.
 

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Re: Dogg Pound’s most underrated tracks? “Just Doggin” off Sunset Park...
« Reply #25 on: December 24, 2020, 09:52:34 AM »
I wish Sunset Part OST was on spotify.  And Dangerous Ground OST. 

Side note....I remember the first time hearing Xxplosive I was a little disappointed because it had the same bassline as the Mobb Deep song on Sunset Park. 
 
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Re: Dogg Pound’s most underrated tracks? “Just Doggin” off Sunset Park...
« Reply #26 on: December 25, 2020, 04:34:46 PM »
I wish Sunset Part OST was on spotify.  And Dangerous Ground OST. 

Side note....I remember the first time hearing Xxplosive I was a little disappointed because it had the same bassline as the Mobb Deep song on Sunset Park.

YO SUGA FOOT!! Good looking out homie.  I remember we were making a song back in the day about the future like 2020 and prisoners had started a religion with 2pac as a Prophet... 

Anyway, yeah, I didn't catch that but the baseline does sound similar.  That was the first and only Mob Deep track I ever had and bumped back in the day was that joint from Sunset Park.  It was only a few years ago that I finally woke up to Mob Deep and now I'm a big fan of all their work.. even read Prodigy's Autobiography it was a great read.  Crazy ass stories, they were in the middle of all the beefs, they busted shots back and forth with Noreaga, street and knife fights with Lost Boyz crew, beef with other Queensbridge foes like Nas, only to be cool again later with all of them... and of course the East West beef/Pac beef... "Drop A Gem On Em"... though its sacrilege to bump that joint, ya dig
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The singles say that it was produced by Dre or produced Dre and Cold187um. The unreleased OG version (titled Mobbin with Tha Dogg Pound) was produced by Dre so that’s probably why they put that.



the unreleased og version used a diff beat than the sunset park
version?


It’s a different beat but also very similar. You haven’t heard it?

It's kind of like "What Would You Do".  The version that appears on Natural Born Killers movie soundtrack gets credited to Dre while the version on Murder Was The Case gets credited to Daz.   If you watch the movie, The Show, Dre was definitely in there, producing it. 
 

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It's kind of like "What Would You Do".  The version that appears on Natural Born Killers movie soundtrack gets credited to Dre while the version on Murder Was The Case gets credited to Daz.   If you watch the movie, The Show, Dre was definitely in there, producing it.

Don’t know what u talking about homie cause the Show I must of watched a billion times and Dre ain’t in that studio session where Kurupt dropping vocals for “What would you do” — ...”I ought to start dippin I don’t trips I bang..” and then it cuts to their concert performance that shit is sick but it’s all DPG no Dre, Dre in a different place and rhyme just  speaking on Dogg Pound and then hypin Warren cause Warren was wit Russel then..

... not sayin Dre didn’t put in work on “What Would U Do” just sayin he’s not wit them in the Studio in The Show documentary
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The Sunset Park version is pure gold!