Author Topic: How many artists were unreleased on Death Row?  (Read 1302 times)

Kilo4

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Re: How many artists were unreleased on Death Row?
« Reply #45 on: August 12, 2008, 08:46:53 AM »
John Crooks just about covered them all.

aint it right?


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re-edit your post so it doesnt fuck every1 around like you did to me.

what ya mean?

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Dj quik released safe and sound

but not on death row.





i mean DONT POST THINGs TWICE 2 screw us all around.

and some people show KNOW their shit 1st b4 posting bullshit lies and rumours like CPO, Warren g, DJ Quik was on (signed) Death Row LMAO!.
 

D-Stress

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Re: How many artists were unreleased on Death Row?
« Reply #46 on: August 12, 2008, 09:18:16 AM »
John Crooks just about covered them all.

aint it right?


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re-edit your post so it doesnt fuck every1 around like you did to me.

what ya mean?

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Dj quik released safe and sound

but not on death row.





i mean DONT POST THINGs TWICE 2 screw us all around.

and some people show KNOW their shit 1st b4 posting bullshit lies and rumours like CPO, Warren g, DJ Quik was on (signed) Death Row LMAO!.

cpo and dj quik (as david blake) were signed. ;) warren wasnt but he was down wit tha row (at the start)
 

The Real Kilo2

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Re: How many artists were unreleased on Death Row?
« Reply #47 on: August 12, 2008, 12:12:56 PM »
^^ killz, the 2nd II none album has a death row logo on it,why?if they were never signed to the label?

p.s. whatīs hollowpoint records?

murder 4 hire album was also goin to be released thru that label.

That isn't an official album?
 

AnnonymousOne

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Re: How many artists were unreleased on Death Row?
« Reply #48 on: August 12, 2008, 05:35:17 PM »
Enough with all the "who was and wasn't signed" arguments. All that matters is who recorded with Death Row or in the Death Row studio on Death Row studio time. Not being signed doesn't stop an artist from featuring signed artists or signed producers. Many artists recorded songs, some were erased, some were thrown away, some were shelved, some were released, some weren't. It just depended on if Suge felt the track was hot and successful at the time. Many of the soundtrack artists had several more songs, but only got a spot on the soundtrack because Suge felt their respective tracks were good enough. Many of the soundtrack artists were never paid. Shit, many of the signed artist were never paid. Basically Suge simply let people record what ever they could, and if it caught his ear in a good way, he would take the song and do something with it. Many artists recorded albums, but only what they considered their album. Many times Suge did not acknowledge them officially recording a releasable album. This type of shit happened because basically Suge opened the studio wide open for artists to come and go. There was never specific times for artists to record. They just did as they wished. It must be understood that this wasn't a structured label like many out there. Suge would handel the legal shit later if it was needed..
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Re: How many artists were unreleased on Death Row?
« Reply #49 on: August 12, 2008, 06:05:28 PM »
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Re: How many artists were unreleased on Death Row?
« Reply #50 on: August 12, 2008, 11:38:43 PM »
sup killz?
 

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Re: How many artists were unreleased on Death Row?
« Reply #51 on: August 15, 2008, 08:11:46 AM »
uppinī
 

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Re: How many artists were unreleased on Death Row?
« Reply #52 on: August 16, 2008, 07:07:40 AM »
Enough with all the "who was and wasn't signed" arguments. All that matters is who recorded with Death Row or in the Death Row studio on Death Row studio time. Not being signed doesn't stop an artist from featuring signed artists or signed producers. Many artists recorded songs, some were erased, some were thrown away, some were shelved, some were released, some weren't. It just depended on if Suge felt the track was hot and successful at the time. Many of the soundtrack artists had several more songs, but only got a spot on the soundtrack because Suge felt their respective tracks were good enough. Many of the soundtrack artists were never paid. Shit, many of the signed artist were never paid. Basically Suge simply let people record what ever they could, and if it caught his ear in a good way, he would take the song and do something with it. Many artists recorded albums, but only what they considered their album. Many times Suge did not acknowledge them officially recording a releasable album. This type of shit happened because basically Suge opened the studio wide open for artists to come and go. There was never specific times for artists to record. They just did as they wished. It must be understood that this wasn't a structured label like many out there. Suge would handel the legal shit later if it was needed..
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