Annotation

This is a Japanese SHMCD (Super High Material CD).

Annotation last modified on 2021-02-03 22:59 UTC.

Tracklist

SHM-CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Lolo (intro) Dr. Dre featuring Xzibit & Tray‐Dee 1 0:41
2 The Watcher Dr. Dre 4 3:26
3 Fuck You Dr. Dre featuring Devin & Snoop Dogg 3.65 3:25
4 Still D.R.E. Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg 3.95 4:30
5 Big Ego’s Dr. Dre featuring Hittman 4 3:58
6 Xxplosive Dr. Dre featuring Hittman, Kurupt, Nate Dogg & Six‐Two 3 3:35
7 What’s the Difference Dr. Dre featuring Eminem & Xzibit 4 4:04
8 Bar One Dr. Dre featuring Traci Nelson, Ms. Roq & Eddie Griffin 2.5 0:50
9 Light Speed Dr. Dre featuring Hittman 2 2:41
10 Forgot About Dre Dr. Dre featuring Eminem 4 3:42
11 The Next Episode Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg 4.4 2:41
12 Let’s Get High Dr. Dre featuring Hittman, Kurupt & Ms. Roq 3 2:27
13 Bitch Niggaz Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg, Hittman & Six‐Two 2.5 4:13
14 The Car Bomb Dr. Dre featuring Mel-Man & Charis Henry 1.5 1:00
15 Murder Ink Dr. Dre featuring Hittman & Ms. Roq 3.65 2:28
16 ED‐ucation Dr. Dre featuring Eddie Griffin 3 1:32
17 Some L.A. Niggaz Dr. Dre featuring Defari, Xzibit, Knoc‐Turn’Al, Time Bomb, King T, MC Ren & Kokane 3.5 4:25
18 Pause 4 Porno Dr. Dre featuring Jake Steed 1 1:32
19 Housewife Dr. Dre featuring Kurupt & Hittman 3 4:02
20 Ackrite Dr. Dre featuring Hittman 3.5 3:40
21 Bang Bang Dr. Dre featuring Knoc‐Turn’Al & Hittman 4 3:42
22 The Message Dr. Dre featuring Mary J. Blige & Rell 4 5:31

Credits

SHM-CD 1

bass guitar:
Preston Crump (track 11)
guitar:
Sean Cruse (tracks 3, 6, 9–13, 17, 19, 21)
bass:
Mike Elizondo (tracks 2–3, 9–10, 12, 15, 17, 19)
Colin Wolfe (track 6)
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track 13)
percussion:
Taku Hirano (tracks 2–3, 6, 13)
keyboard:
Carl Breeding (track 21)
Camara Kambon (tracks 2–4, 6–7, 9–13, 15, 17, 19–22)
Scott Storch (producer) (tracks 2–5, 12–13, 15)
additional background vocals:
Nate Dogg (track 11)
additional lyricist:
JAY‐Z (US rapper) (track 4)
Royce da 5′9″ (track 22)
additional other vocals:
Nate Dogg (track 11)
additional vocals:
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track 12)
Scruncho (track 12)
audio engineer:
Richard Huredia (US hip hop mix engineer) (tracks 2–7, 9–13, 15, 17, 19–22)
choir vocals and lead vocals:
Eminem (track 10)
co-producer:
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track 5)
composer:
Scott Storch (producer) (track 4)
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) (track 4)
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track 4)
Charles Aznavour (track 7)
Richard Vick (track 7)
engineer:
Brian Gardner (mastering engineer “Big Bass Brian”) (track 1)
guest background vocals:
Eminem (track 2)
Knoc‐Turn’Al (US hip hop composer & rapper) (track 2)
guest spoken vocals:
Tommy Chong (track 22)
lead vocals:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) (tracks 2–7, 9–13, 15, 17, 19–22)
lyricist:
Charles Aznavour (track 7)
Nathaniel Hale (track 11)
Richard Vick (track 7)
Richard Bembery (track 7)
Calvin Broadus (aka Snoop Dogg) (track 11)
Marshall Mathers (track 7)
Melvin Charles Bradford (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track 7)
Alvin Joiner (track 7)
producer:
Lord Finesse (track 22)
spoken vocals:
Tray-Dee (track 1)
Eddie Griffin (tracks 8, 16)
Charis Henry (track 14)
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track 14)
Traci Nelson (hip hop vocalist) (track 8)
Ms. Roq (track 8)
Jake Steed (track 18)
Xzibit (track 1)
vocals:
Mary J. Blige (track 22)
DeFari (track 17)
Devin the Dude (track 3)
Eminem (track 7)
Hittman (US rapper Brian Bailey) (tracks 5–6, 9, 12–13, 15, 19–21)
King T (track 17)
Knoc‐Turn’Al (US hip hop composer & rapper) (tracks 17, 21)
Kokane (US rapper Jerry Long, Jr., aka Mr. Kane) (track 17)
Kurupt (US rapper) (tracks 6, 12, 19)
Nate Dogg (track 6)
Rell (US R&B singer on Roc-a-Fella) (track 22)
MC Ren (track 17)
Ms. Roq (tracks 12, 15)
Six-Two (tracks 6, 13)
Snoop Dogg (US rapper) (tracks 3–4, 11, 13)
Time Bomb (american rapper) (track 17)
Xzibit (tracks 7, 17)
writer:
Scott Storch (producer) (track 5)
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track 13)
Ms. Roq (track 11)
Nathaniel Hale (track 6)
Brian Bailey (track 11)
Richard Bembery (tracks 5, 7)
Melvin Breeden (track 7)
Calvin Broadus (aka Snoop Dogg) (tracks 3, 13)
Tracy Lynn Curry (US rapper & N.W.A member Tracy Curry) (tracks 5, 19)
Devin Copeland (track 3)
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer) (tracks 2–3, 5–6, 9–12, 15, 17, 19–21)
Marshall Mathers (tracks 2, 7, 10, 12, 21)
Stefan Harris (track 7)
Brian Bailey (US rapper Brian Bailey) (tracks 3, 5–6, 9, 12–13, 15, 17, 19–21)
Duane Johnson (alias Defari) (track 17)
Royal Harbor (US hip hop composer & rapper) (tracks 17, 21)
Ricardo Brown (US rapper) (tracks 6, 12, 19)
Craig Longmiles (aka Six-Two, Duce McDamion) (tracks 6, 13)
Roger McBride (track 17)
David McCallum (actor/musician) (track 11)
Melvin Charles Bradford (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track 10)
Melvin Bradford (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (tracks 5, 19–20)
Racquel Weaver (tracks 12, 15)
Marquese Holder (american rapper) (track 17)
Alvin Joiner (tracks 7, 17)
phonographic copyright by:
Aftermath Entertainment (US rap) (1999) (tracks 1–22)
Interscope Records (1999) (tracks 1–22)
recorded at:
DJ-mixes:
Ah by Khaled Freak (track 11)
edits:
Ed-ucation (censored version) by Dr. Dre (track 16)
Forget About Dre by Eminem (track 10)
Still D.E.A.D by glue70 (track 4)
has remixes:
mash-ups:
Dirtbag Baby by E-603 (track 4)
Initials D.D. by Yold (track 11)
Something Good by nakinyko (track 11)
Still K.K. by I am Jemboy (track 4)
sampled by:
Garçon by Koxie (track 7)
Hold Up by Late Replies (track 11)
I Have Nothing by LIUFO (track 4)
Play the Game by The Game (track 11)
Soul Food (explicit) by Logic (track 1)
That’s Right by Girl Talk (track 11)
This Can’t Be Life (explicit) by Jay‐Z and Beanie Sigel feat. Scarface (track 6)
WTF by HUGEL feat. Amber Van Day (track 7)
What Would You Do? (CD-ROM video) by City High (track 11)
What Would You Do? (album version) by City High (track 11)
samples:
Backstrokin' by Fatback Band (track 12)
Good Times by Chic (track 19)
Passing Me By by The Pharcyde (track 17)
The Edge by David McCallum (track 11)
Top Billin’ by Audio Two (track 13)
is the basis for:
What Would You Do? (track 11)
recording of:
Ackrite (track 20)
Bang Bang (track 21)
Big Ego’s (track 5)
Bitch Niggaz (track 13)
Forgot About Dre (track 10)
Fuck You (track 3)
Housewife (track 19)
Let’s Get High (track 12)
Light Speed (track 9)
Murder Ink (track 15)
Some L.A. Niggaz (track 17)
Still D.R.E. (track 4)
The Message (track 22)
The Next Episode (track 11)
The Watcher (track 2)
Xxplosive (track 6)
referred to in medleys:
Hip Hop Mash Up (track 4)

Release Group

artist & repertoire support:Mike Lynn
Charles Stanton
part of:Music Canada Certified Quintuple Platinum Albums (number: 2001-05-28) (order: 43)
Music Canada Certified Quadruple Platinum Albums (number: 2000-07-31) (order: 58)
Music Canada Certified Triple Platinum Albums (number: 2000-04-06) (order: 85)
Absolute Radio's The 100 Collection (number: 86) (order: 86)
Exclaim! 1999 Shocks & Surprises (number: Surprises (Gary Rusak)) (order: 106)
Music Canada Certified Double Platinum Albums (number: 2000-02-24) (order: 144)
Music Canada Certified Platinum Albums (number: 2000-01-19) (order: 237)
Music Canada Certified Gold Albums (number: 2000-01-19) (order: 485)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/master/33886 [info]
lyrics page:https://genius.com/albums/Dr-dre/2001 [info]
other databases:https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/dr__dre/2001/ [info]
Allmusic:https://www.allmusic.com/album/mw0000040094 [info]
Wikidata:Q182280 [info]