Dr. Dre - The Chronic Full Album
Title: The Chronic
Style: Gangsta, G-Funk
Date of release: 26 Sep 2012
Label: Death Row Records
Catalog number: VICP-65074
Size MP3: 1795 mb
Size FLAC: 2725 mb
|1||Nuthin' But A "G" Thang|
Vocals [Additional] – Snoop
Drum Programming – That Nigga DazVocals [Additional] – BJ, RBXWritten-By – Dr. DreWritten-By, Vocals [Additional] – Snoop
|3||The Chronic (Intro)|
Written-By – Colin Wolfe, Dr. DreWritten-By, Vocals [Additional] – Snoop
|4||Let Me Ride|
Vocals [Additional] – Jewell, RubenWritten-By – RBX, Snoop
|5||Bitches Ain't Shit (Bonus Track)|
Written-By – Colin Wolfe, Dr. Dre, D.O.C.Written-By, Vocals [Additional] – That Nigga Daz, Kurupt, Snoop
Vocals [Additional] – That Nigga Daz, RageWritten-By – Colin Wolfe, Dr. DreWritten-By, Vocals [Additional] – RBX
|7||Stranded On Death Row|
Vocals [Additional] – Bushwick BillWritten-By, Vocals [Additional] – Kurupt, RBX, Snoop, Rage
|8||The Doctor's Office|
Written-By – Dr. Dre, Kevin LewisWritten-By, Vocals [Additional] – Jewell, Rage
|9||The Roach (The Chronic Outro)|
Drums [Live] – Cheron MooreVocals [Additional] – That Nigga Daz, Emmage, Jewell, RubenWritten-By – DazWritten-By, Vocals [Additional] – RBX, Rage
|10||Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')|
Vocals [Additional] – Jewell, RBXWritten-By – Colin Wolfe, Dr. DreWritten-By, Vocals [Additional] – Snoop
|11||Lil' Ghetto Boy|
Vocals [Additional] – That Nigga DazWritten-By – D.O.C.Written-By, Vocals [Additional] – Snoop
|12||The Day The Niggaz Took Over|
Vocals [Additional] – That Nigga DazWritten-By – Daz, Dr. DreWritten-By, Vocals [Additional] – RBX, Snoop
|13||A Nigga Witta Gun|
Written-By – Snoop, D.O.C.
Vocals [Additional] – That Nigga Daz, Warren G.Written-By – Colin Wolfe, Daz, Dr. DreWritten-By, Vocals [Additional] – Nate Dogg, Snoop
Written-By – Dr. Dre, Snoop, D.O.C.Written-By, Vocals [Additional] – Kurupt, RBX, Rage
|16||The $20 Sack Pyramid|
Vocals [Additional] – Big Tittie Nickie, Samara Written-By – Dr. DreWritten-By, Vocals [Additional] – Snoop, D.O.C.
|P1 57128||Dr. Dre||The Chronic (LP, Album)||Interscope Records, Death Row Records , Priority Records||P1 57128||US||1992|
|WIA-CD-21012||Dr. Dre||The Chronic Re-Lit & From The Vault (CD, Album, RM, 6 P + DVD-V)||WIDEawake, Death Row Records||WIA-CD-21012||USA & Canada||2009|
|DRR 63001-2||Dr. Dre||The Chronic (CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM, Cle)||Death Row Records||DRR 63001-2||US||2002|
|P2 57128||Dr. Dre||The Chronic (CD, Album, Lon)||Death Row Records , Interscope Records||P2 57128||US||1992|
|P4-50611||Dr. Dre||The Chronic (Cass, Album, RE)||Death Row Records , Interscope Records||P4-50611||US||Unknown|
- A&R [Director] – John McClain
- Art Direction, Design – Kimberly Holt, Unleashed
- Coordinator [Project] – Kimberly Brown
- Drum Programming – Dr. Dre (tracks: 1 to 8, 10 to 16)
- Effects [Live L.A. Riot Scenes Provided By] – Matthew McDaniels (tracks: 4, 7)
- Engineer [Assistant Mix] – Willie Will
- Engineer [Mastering] – Bernie Grundman
- Executive-Producer – Suge Knight
- Flute, Saxophone [Sax] – Katisse Buckingham
- Guitar – Chris Clairmont, Eric (The Drunk) Borders
- Keyboards – Justin Reinhardt
- Keyboards, Bass Guitar, Keyboards [Bass Keyboard] – Colin Wolfe
- Liner Notes [解説・対訳] – 小林雅明
- Mixed By – Chris (The Glove) Taylor
- Mixed By, Engineer [Mix] – Greg (Gregski) Royal
- Mixed By, Keyboards – Dr. Dre
- Photography By [Photographer] – Daniel Jordan
Mixed at Larrabee Sound Studios.
Recorded at Death Row Studios.
Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering.
"Let Me Ride" contains a sample of "Mothership Connection" written by G. Clinton, B. Collins, B. Worrell and published by Warner Chappell Music (BMI).
"Nuthin' But A "G" Thang" contains a sample of "I Wanna Do Something Freaky To You" written by L. Hayward and published by Jim-Edd Music (BMI).
"Lil' Ghetto Boy" contains a sample of "Little Ghetto Boy" written by E. DeRouen, E. Howard performed by Donny Hathaway and published by Warner Bros. Music Corp. (ASCAP).
"A Nigga Witta Gun" contains a sample of "Master Plan" written by R. Bell, K. Bell, D. White, W. Beckett, M. Cheek, C. Cheek, D. Duarte, K. Lassite, R. Wright and published by Warner Chappell and "Big Sir Sweet" written by J. Hammond and published by Charliz Music (BMI).
"Lyrical Gangbang" contains a sample of "Valdez In The Country" written by D. Hathaway performed by The Nite Lighters and published by Warner Chappell (ASCAP).
"Stranded On Death Row" contains a sample of "Do Your Thing" written by I. Hayes and published by Rondor Music (BMI).
"The Roach" contains a sample of "P-Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up)" written by G. Clinton, B. Collins, B. Worrell and published by Warner Chappell Music (BMI).
℗&© 1992 WIDEawake-Death Row Entertainment LLC.
Manufactured and distributed by Victor Entertainment, Inc., Japan.
Reissue, digitally remastered. Originally released 1992. Comes with obi and Japanese booklet. The booklet contains liner notes in Japanese, lyrics in English with Japanese translations. Track duration from Japanese booklet.
- Barcode: 4 988002 623402
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L236
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 4011
- Matrix / Runout: VICP-65074-1 1T V
- ASIN: B008DYQMWU
- Rights Society: JASRAC
- Distributed By – Victor Entertainment, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Victor Entertainment, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – WIDEawake
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Deathrow Entertainment LLC
- Copyright (c) – WIDEawake
- Copyright (c) – Deathrow Entertainment LLC
- Published By – Warner/Chappell Music
- Published By – Jim-Edd Music
- Published By – Warner Bros. Music
- Published By – Warner/Chappell
- Published By – Char-Liz Music, Inc.
- Published By – Rondor Music
- Recorded At – Death Row Studios
- Mixed At – Larrabee Sound Studios
- Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
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