Tracklist

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12" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 Lolo (Intro) 1 0:40
A2 The Watcher 4 3:28
A3 Fuck You 3.65 3:25
A4 Still D.R.E. 3.95 4:28
A5 Big Ego's 4 4:01
B1 Xxplosive 3 3:35
B2 What's The Difference 4 4:04
B3 Bar One 2.5 0:51
B4 Light Speed 2 2:30
B5 Forgot About Dre 4 3:54
B6 The Next Episode 4.4 2:42
12" Vinyl 2
# Title Rating Length
C1 Let's Get High 3 2:27
C2 Bitch Niggaz 2.5 4:14
C3 The Car Bomb 1.5 1:01
C4 Murder Ink. 3.65 2:28
C5 Ed-Ucation 3 1:32
C6 Some L.A. Niggaz 3.5 4:25
C7 Pause 4 Porno 1 1:33
D1 Housewife 3 4:03
D2 Ackrite 3.5 3:40
D3 Bang Bang 4 3:42
D4 The Message 5:11

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

bass guitar:
Preston Crump (track B6)
guitar:
Sean Cruse (tracks A3, B1, B4–B6)
bass:
Mike Elizondo (tracks A2–A3, B4–B5)
Colin Wolfe (track B1)
percussion:
Taku Hirano (tracks A2–A3, B1)
keyboard:
Camara Kambon (tracks A2–A4, B1–B2, B4–B6)
Scott Storch (producer) (tracks A2–A5)
additional background vocals:
Nate Dogg (track B6)
additional lyricist:
JAY‐Z (US rapper) (track A4)
additional other vocals:
Nate Dogg (track B6)
audio engineer:
Richard Huredia (US hip hop mix engineer) (tracks A2–B2, B4–B6)
choir vocals and lead vocals:
Eminem (track B5)
co-producer:
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track A5)
composer:
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track A4)
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) (track A4)
Charles Aznavour (track B2)
Richard Vick (track B2)
Scott Storch (producer) (track A4)
engineer:
Brian Gardner (mastering engineer “Big Bass Brian”) (track A1)
guest background vocals:
Eminem (track A2)
Knoc‐Turn’Al (US hip hop composer & rapper) (track A2)
lead vocals:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) (tracks A2–B2, B4–B6)
lyricist:
Charles Aznavour (track B2)
Calvin Broadus (aka Snoop Dogg) (track B6)
Nathaniel Hale (track B6)
Richard Vick (track B2)
Richard Bembery (track B2)
Marshall Mathers (track B2)
Melvin Charles Bradford (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track B2)
Alvin Joiner (track B2)
spoken vocals:
Tray-Dee (track A1)
Eddie Griffin (track B3)
Traci Nelson (hip hop vocalist) (track B3)
Xzibit (track A1)
Ms. Roq (track B3)
vocals:
Devin the Dude (track A3)
Eminem (track B2)
Hittman (US rapper Brian Bailey) (tracks A5–B1, B4)
Kurupt (US rapper) (track B1)
Nate Dogg (track B1)
Six-Two (track B1)
Snoop Dogg (US rapper) (tracks A3–A4, B6)
Xzibit (track B2)
writer:
Calvin Broadus (aka Snoop Dogg) (track A3)
Nathaniel Hale (track B1)
Brian Bailey (track B6)
Richard Bembery (tracks A5, B2)
Melvin Breeden (track B2)
Tracy Lynn Curry (US rapper & N.W.A member Tracy Curry) (track A5)
Devin Copeland (track A3)
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer) (tracks A2–A3, A5–B1, B4–B6)
Marshall Mathers (tracks A2, B2, B5)
Stefan Harris (track B2)
Brian Bailey (US rapper Brian Bailey) (tracks A3, A5–B1, B4)
Ricardo Brown (US rapper) (track B1)
Craig Longmiles (aka Six-Two, Duce McDamion) (track B1)
David McCallum (actor/musician) (track B6)
Melvin Charles Bradford (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track B5)
Melvin Bradford (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track A5)
Ms. Roq (track B6)
Scott Storch (producer) (track A5)
Alvin Joiner (track B2)
phonographic copyright by:
Aftermath Entertainment (US rap) (1999) (tracks A1–B6)
Interscope Records (1999) (tracks A1–B6)
recorded at:
DJ-mixes:
Ah by Khaled Freak (track B6)
edits:
Forget About Dre by Eminem (track B5)
Still D.E.A.D by glue70 (track A4)
has remixes:
mash-ups:
Dirtbag Baby by E-603 (track A4)
Initials D.D. by Yold (track B6)
Something Good by nakinyko (track B6)
Still K.K. by I am Jemboy (track A4)
sampled by:
Garçon by Koxie (track B2)
Hold Up by Late Replies (track B6)
I Have Nothing by LIUFO (track A4)
Play the Game by The Game (track B6)
Soul Food (explicit) by Logic (track A1)
That’s Right by Girl Talk (track B6)
This Can’t Be Life (explicit) by Jay‐Z and Beanie Sigel feat. Scarface (track B1)
WTF by HUGEL feat. Amber Van Day (track B2)
What Would You Do? (CD-ROM video) by City High (track B6)
What Would You Do? (album version) by City High (track B6)
samples:
Maybe Tomorrow by Grant Green (track A4)
The Edge by David McCallum (track B6)
is the basis for:
What Would You Do? (track B6)
recording of:
Big Ego’s (track A5)
Forgot About Dre (track B5)
Fuck You (track A3)
Light Speed (track B4)
Still D.R.E. (track A4)
The Next Episode (track B6)
The Watcher (track A2)
Xxplosive (track B1)
referred to in medleys:
Hip Hop Mash Up (track A4)

12" Vinyl 2

guitar:
Sean Cruse (tracks C1–C2, C6, D1, D3)
bass:
Mike Elizondo (tracks C1, C4, C6, D1)
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track C2)
percussion:
Taku Hirano (track C2)
keyboard:
Carl Breeding (track D3)
Camara Kambon (tracks C1–C2, C4, C6, D1–D3)
Scott Storch (producer) (tracks C1–C2, C4)
additional lyricist:
Royce da 5′9″ (track D4)
additional vocals:
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track C1)
Scruncho (track C1)
audio engineer:
Richard Huredia (US hip hop mix engineer) (tracks C1–C2, C4, C6, D1–D3)
lead vocals:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) (tracks C1–C2, C4, C6, D1–D3)
spoken vocals:
Eddie Griffin (track C5)
Charis Henry (track C3)
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track C3)
Jake Steed (track C7)
vocals:
DeFari (track C6)
Hittman (US rapper Brian Bailey) (tracks C1–C2, C4, D1–D3)
King T (track C6)
Knoc‐Turn’Al (US hip hop composer & rapper) (tracks C6, D3)
Kokane (US rapper Jerry Long, Jr., aka Mr. Kane) (track C6)
Kurupt (US rapper) (tracks C1, D1)
MC Ren (track C6)
Ms. Roq (tracks C1, C4)
Six-Two (track C2)
Snoop Dogg (US rapper) (track C2)
Time Bomb (american rapper) (track C6)
Xzibit (track C6)
writer:
Mel‐Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track C2)
Calvin Broadus (aka Snoop Dogg) (track C2)
Tracy Lynn Curry (US rapper & N.W.A member Tracy Curry) (track D1)
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer) (tracks C1, C4, C6, D1–D3)
Marshall Mathers (tracks C1, D3)
Brian Bailey (US rapper Brian Bailey) (tracks C1–C2, C4, C6, D1–D3)
Duane Johnson (alias Defari) (track C6)
Royal Harbor (US hip hop composer & rapper) (tracks C6, D3)
Ricardo Brown (US rapper) (tracks C1, D1)
Craig Longmiles (aka Six-Two, Duce McDamion) (track C2)
Roger McBride (track C6)
Melvin Bradford (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (tracks D1–D2)
Racquel Weaver (tracks C1, C4)
Marquese Holder (american rapper) (track C6)
Alvin Joiner (track C6)
phonographic copyright by:
Aftermath Entertainment (US rap) (1999) (tracks C1–D3)
Interscope Records (1999) (tracks C1–D3)
edits:
Ed-ucation (censored version) by Dr. Dre (track C5)
samples:
Backstrokin' by Fatback Band (track C1)
Good Times by Chic (track D1)
Passing Me By by The Pharcyde (track C6)
Top Billin’ by Audio Two (track C2)
recording of:
Ackrite (track D2)
Bang Bang (track D3)
Bitch Niggaz (track C2)
Housewife (track D1)
Let’s Get High (track C1)
Murder Ink (track C4)
Some L.A. Niggaz (track C6)
The Message (track D4)

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]