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C.V.: Paris
« on: July 12, 2003, 12:58:59 PM »
The Devil Made Me Do It (1990)
Intro        
Scarface Groove        
This Is A Test        
Panther Power        
Break The Grip Of Shame    
Warning        
Ebony        
Brutal        
On The Prowl        
The Devil Made Me Do It    
The Hate That Hate Made        
Mellow Madness        
I Call Him Mad        
Escape From Babylon        
Wretched        
Break The Grip Of Shame (The Final Call)    
The Devil Made Me Do It (Poach A Pig Mix)      
The Hate That Hate Made (Ammerikkka's Most Wretched Mix)

Sleeping With The Enemy (1992)
The Enema (Live At The White House)        
Make Way For A Panther        
Sleeping With The Enemy        
House Niggas Bleed Too        
Bush Killa        
Coffee, Donuts & Death        
Thinka 'Bout It        
Guerrillas In The Mist      
The Days Of Old    
Long Hot Summer        
Conspiracy Of Silence        
Funky Lil' Party        
Check It Out Ch'all        
Rise        
Assata's Song    
Bush Killa (Hellraiser Mix)      
Assata's Song (Remix)    
Coffee, Donuts & Death (Piggy On A Platter Mix)

Guerrilla Funk (1993)
Prelude        
It's Real      
One Time Fo’ Ya Mind      
Guerrilla Funk      
Blacks & Blues        
Bring It To Ya        
Outta My Life      
Whatcha See        
40 Ounces And A Fool        
Back In The Days        
Guerrilla Funk (Deep Fo’ Real Mix)        
It’s Real (Extended Movement Mix)

Unleashed (1998)
Mob
Blast First      
Record Label Murder    
Fair Weather Friendz    
Root Of All Evil    
Heat    
Street Soldier    
44 Wayz (Featuring Mystic)    
Conversation


The Devil Made Me Remix  (Not Yet Released)
Break The Grip Of Shame (The Final Call)    
The Devil Made Me Do It (Poach A Pig Mix)    
Bush Killa (Hellraiser Mix)    
Assata's Song (Remix)    
The Hate That Hate Made (Ammerikkka's Most Wretched Mix)    
Coffee, Donuts & Death (Piggy On A Platter Mix)    
Time For Peace (Featuring Digital Underground and Sway & King Tech - Previously Unreleased)    
Guerrillas In The Mist (Warfare Remix)    
Lights, Camera, Revolution    
Musical Madness (Previously Unreleased)    
11:55 (Previously Unreleased)    
Sleeping With The Enemy (Agents Of Repression Mix - Previously Unreleased)    
X-Factor (Previously Unreleased)    
Die Like A Hero (Previously Unreleased)

Sonic Jihad (2003
Ave Bushani        
Field Nigga Boogie        
Sheep To The Slaughter        
Spilt Milk (w/Capelton)    
Tear Shit Up (w/Dead Prez)        
Freedom (w/Dead Prez)        
Ain't No Love (w/Kam)        
Lay Low        
Life Goes On        
You Know My Name        
Evil    
AWOL        
Agents Of Repression        
What Would you Do?    
How We Do?        
Freedom (The Last Cell Remix - w/Dead Prez and Public Enemy)
Various:

Anybody Killa w/Paris - Ghetto Neighbor (Hatchet Warrior, 2003)
Spice 1 - The Thug In Me (Production)
Spice 1 - I'm High (Production)
Spice 1 - Playa Man (Production)
Spice 1 - Caught Up in My Gunplay (Production)
Spice 1 - 2 Hands and a Razorblade (Production)
Conscious Daughters "Something to Ride To (Funky Expedition)" (Remix)
Public Enemy w/Paris - Gotta Give The Peeps What They Need (Paris Mix)

The Conscious Daughters - Ear To The Street (Scarface / Priority Records, 1993)

Princess Of Poetry
Shitty Situation
TCD In Da Front
Somethin' To Ride To (Funky Expedition)
We Roll Deep
Showdown
Wife Of A Gangsta
Dex Dog
Crazybitchmadness
Da Mac Flow
What's A Girl To Do?

All tracks produced by Paris

The Conscious Daughters - Gamers (Priority, 1996)

You Want Me
All Caught Up
Da Mack Shit
TCD Fo Life (West Coast Bomb)
Come Smooth, Come Rude
Widow
So Good

Above tracks produced by Paris, album executive produced by Paris and TCD

C-Funk: 3 Dimensional Ear Pleasure
Scarface Records 1995


1. 3-D Intro
2. Keep Rollin'
3. Don't You Know?
4. Lime In Ya Coconut
5.Chill & Kick Back
6. Get Off My Sack
7. Whoop Whoop, Yeah Yeah

all songs produced by Paris
Please help me complete this list, I'm sure I've missed some tracks with both Production & Rapping
« Last Edit: September 26, 2003, 08:18:35 PM by Dr._Lincoln »

Most hip-hop is now keyboard driven, because the majority of hip-hop workstations have loops and patches that enable somebody with marginal skills to put tracks together,...

Unfortunately, most hip-hop artists gravitated towards the path of least resistance by relying on these pre-set patches. As a result, electric guitar and real musicians became devalued, and a lot of hip-hop now sounds the same.

Paris
 

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Re:CV: Paris
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2003, 02:15:45 PM »
The Conscious Daughters - Ear To The Street (Scarface / Priority Records, 1993)

Princess Of Poetry
Shitty Situation
TCD In Da Front
Somethin' To Ride To (Funky Expedition)
We Roll Deep
Showdown
Wife Of A Gangsta
Dex Dog
Crazybitchmadness
Da Mac Flow
What's A Girl To Do?

All tracks produced by Paris

The Conscious Daughters - Gamers (Priority, 1996)

You Want Me
All Caught Up
Da Mack Shit
TCD Fo Life (West Coast Bomb)
Come Smooth, Come Rude
Widow
So Good

Above tracks produced by Paris, album executive produeced by Paris and TCD



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Re:CV: Paris
« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2003, 05:28:46 AM »
thanks man i forgot he produced for them

Most hip-hop is now keyboard driven, because the majority of hip-hop workstations have loops and patches that enable somebody with marginal skills to put tracks together,...

Unfortunately, most hip-hop artists gravitated towards the path of least resistance by relying on these pre-set patches. As a result, electric guitar and real musicians became devalued, and a lot of hip-hop now sounds the same.

Paris
 

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Re:CV: Paris
« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2003, 06:09:27 AM »
Props! Do you know on which album I can find Spice 1's "The Thug In Me"?
 

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« Reply #4 on: July 13, 2003, 08:13:02 PM »
Props! Do you know on which album I can find Spice 1's "The Thug In Me"?

no prob, glad to see some people apreciate this, altho i know it'll get slept on. The Thug In Me is from Black Bossalini aka Dr Bombay From Da Bay and also appears on Hits.

Most hip-hop is now keyboard driven, because the majority of hip-hop workstations have loops and patches that enable somebody with marginal skills to put tracks together,...

Unfortunately, most hip-hop artists gravitated towards the path of least resistance by relying on these pre-set patches. As a result, electric guitar and real musicians became devalued, and a lot of hip-hop now sounds the same.

Paris
 

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« Reply #5 on: July 14, 2003, 08:15:02 AM »
The Thug In Me is from Black Bossalini aka Dr Bombay From Da Bay and also appears on Hits.
Thanks! Need to check that one out.
Does anyone have C-Funk's album which he dropped on Paris' Scarface Records? P-Dog might have produced some joints on there too.
 

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« Reply #6 on: July 14, 2003, 08:30:54 AM »
The Thug In Me is from Black Bossalini aka Dr Bombay From Da Bay and also appears on Hits.
Thanks! Need to check that one out.
Does anyone have C-Funk's album which he dropped on Paris' Scarface Records? P-Dog might have produced some joints on there too.


C-Funk? not familiar with him at all, you got any tracks i can check out?

Most hip-hop is now keyboard driven, because the majority of hip-hop workstations have loops and patches that enable somebody with marginal skills to put tracks together,...

Unfortunately, most hip-hop artists gravitated towards the path of least resistance by relying on these pre-set patches. As a result, electric guitar and real musicians became devalued, and a lot of hip-hop now sounds the same.

Paris
 

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Re:CV: Paris
« Reply #7 on: July 14, 2003, 08:50:34 AM »
C-Funk? not familiar with him at all, you got any tracks i can check out?

Don't know that much about him too. He was behind the boards of the second CMD release and did most of their shit there. Paris also mentioned him in the booklet of "Guerrilla Funk". I had the album "Three Dimensional Ear Pleasure" (1996, it's a Scarface/Priortiy release) once as an MP3-Rip but unfortunately didn't burn it on a CD-R and forgot about it when I formated my HDD. :(

40ozGraphire seems to know a lot about C-Funk so I'd holla at him for some tracks.
 

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Re:CV: Paris
« Reply #8 on: July 14, 2003, 01:21:04 PM »
C-Funk? not familiar with him at all, you got any tracks i can check out?

Don't know that much about him too. He was behind the boards of the second CMD release and did most of their shit there. Paris also mentioned him in the booklet of "Guerrilla Funk". I had the album "Three Dimensional Ear Pleasure" (1996, it's a Scarface/Priortiy release) once as an MP3-Rip but unfortunately didn't burn it on a CD-R and forgot about it when I formated my HDD. :(

40ozGraphire seems to know a lot about C-Funk so I'd holla at him for some tracks.

i see, i don't own Guerilla Funk yet (should be arriving this week).  too bad you don't have those MP3s but i'll holla @ 40ozGraphire. thanks for your help

Most hip-hop is now keyboard driven, because the majority of hip-hop workstations have loops and patches that enable somebody with marginal skills to put tracks together,...

Unfortunately, most hip-hop artists gravitated towards the path of least resistance by relying on these pre-set patches. As a result, electric guitar and real musicians became devalued, and a lot of hip-hop now sounds the same.

Paris
 

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« Reply #9 on: July 14, 2003, 10:21:39 PM »
As well as "The Thug in Me" off of the Black Bossilini he also produced these songs off that album:
I'm High
Playa Man
Caught Up in My Gunplay
2 Hands and a Razorblade

and
Conscious Daughters "Something to Ride To (Funky Expedition)" (Remix) off the single

Props on bringing Paris up, he was one of the first to get me into the West Coast

tnp
 

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Re:C.V.: Paris
« Reply #10 on: July 14, 2003, 11:03:52 PM »
I never realized Paris was behind the boards in production so much.   I don't know the name of the track yet, but he is going to be on a song on Insane Clown Posse's new CD in November.
 

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« Reply #11 on: July 15, 2003, 06:56:47 PM »
As well as "The Thug in Me" off of the Black Bossilini he also produced these songs off that album:
I'm High
Playa Man
Caught Up in My Gunplay
2 Hands and a Razorblade

and
Conscious Daughters "Something to Ride To (Funky Expedition)" (Remix) off the single

Props on bringing Paris up, he was one of the first to get me into the West Coast

tnp


Thanks TNP, i don't own The Black Bossalini, but Thug In Me is on Hits as well so.......... thanks for the help
I never realized Paris was behind the boards in production so much.   I don't know the name of the track yet, but he is going to be on a song on Insane Clown Posse's new CD in November.

Yeah man Paris is an amazing producer, one of the best on the West, def in the top 5. he produced most of his solo work. thanks for the news of Paris/ICP, ICP's alright, there more hip-hop stuff is good just don't feel there shock stuff

Most hip-hop is now keyboard driven, because the majority of hip-hop workstations have loops and patches that enable somebody with marginal skills to put tracks together,...

Unfortunately, most hip-hop artists gravitated towards the path of least resistance by relying on these pre-set patches. As a result, electric guitar and real musicians became devalued, and a lot of hip-hop now sounds the same.

Paris
 

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« Reply #12 on: August 26, 2003, 10:08:09 PM »
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Most hip-hop is now keyboard driven, because the majority of hip-hop workstations have loops and patches that enable somebody with marginal skills to put tracks together,...

Unfortunately, most hip-hop artists gravitated towards the path of least resistance by relying on these pre-set patches. As a result, electric guitar and real musicians became devalued, and a lot of hip-hop now sounds the same.

Paris
 

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Re:CV: Paris
« Reply #13 on: September 09, 2003, 11:37:45 AM »
The Thug In Me is from Black Bossalini aka Dr Bombay From Da Bay and also appears on Hits.
Thanks! Need to check that one out.
Does anyone have C-Funk's album which he dropped on Paris' Scarface Records? P-Dog might have produced some joints on there too.

Good call. Picked this up today.

C-Funk: 3 Dimensional Ear Pleasure
Scarface Records 1995

1. 3-D Intro
2. Keep Rollin'
3. Don't You Know?
4. Lime In Ya Coconut
5.Chill & Kick Back
6. Get Off My Sack
7. Whoop Whoop, Yeah Yeah

all songs produced by Paris
 

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Re:CV: Paris
« Reply #14 on: September 09, 2003, 01:37:02 PM »
The Thug In Me is from Black Bossalini aka Dr Bombay From Da Bay and also appears on Hits.
Thanks! Need to check that one out.
Does anyone have C-Funk's album which he dropped on Paris' Scarface Records? P-Dog might have produced some joints on there too.

Good call. Picked this up today.

C-Funk: 3 Dimensional Ear Pleasure
Scarface Records 1995

1. 3-D Intro
2. Keep Rollin'
3. Don't You Know?
4. Lime In Ya Coconut
5.Chill & Kick Back
6. Get Off My Sack
7. Whoop Whoop, Yeah Yeah

all songs produced by Paris

Dope! Another album I'll have to buy. I'm still waiting for my OG copy of "Ear To The Street" though. >:(
« Last Edit: September 09, 2003, 01:37:45 PM by DocFunk »