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Digital Underground - The "Body-Hat" Syndrome Album

Digital Underground - The "Body-Hat" Syndrome Album

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Performer: Digital Underground
Title: The "Body-Hat" Syndrome
Country: US
Released: 1993
Category: Hip hop - Rap
Rating: 4.0
Catalog #: TBCD 1080
Label: Tommy Boy, TNT Recordings

Tracklist

1Do Ya Like It Dirty?4:45
2Body-Hats (Part Two)1:31
3Carry The Way (Along Time)4:15
4Jerkit Circus4:51
5Digital Lover4:38
6Bran Nu Swetta4:58
7Body-Hats (Part Three)3:07
8Body-Hats (Part One)1:36
9Bran Nu Sweat This Beat0:33
10Doo Woo You7:36
11The Humpty Dance Awards4:51
12Circus Exit (The After-Nut)0:42
13Dope-A-Delic (Do-U-B-Leeve-In-D-Flo?)4:07
14The Return Of The Crazy One4:39
15Circus Entrance1:54
16Holly Wanstaho3:35
17Shake & Bake4:34
18Intermission0:54
19Wheee!5:08
20Wussup With The Luv6:35


Credits

  • DesignMark Weinberg
  • Engineer [Studio 2nds]Jeff Gray, Malcom Sherwood, Renwick Smith Curry
  • Illustration [All Illustrations And Cartooning]Rackadelic
  • Layout, Art DirectionErwin Gorostiza, Greg Jacobs
  • Lead Guitar [Special Guest Lead Guitar]Michael "Maggot-Brain/Knee-Deep" Hampton
  • Mastered ByKen Lee
  • Other [Coaching Staff] – Atron Gregory, TNT Staff, The
  • Other [Head Referee] – Neil "Sleuth" Johnson
  • Other [Sponsors] – Atron Gregory, Greg Jacobs, Tom Silverman
  • Producer, Arranged ByThe D-Flow Production Squad
  • Recorded By [Recording Engineer], Mixed By [Mixing Engineer]Bob Morse, Darrin Harris, Mark Slagle, Matt Kelley, Michael Denten, Steve Counter
  • Sampler [Sampling], Programmed By [Programming], Keyboards, TurntablesDavid "DJ Fuze" Elliot, Jeremy "Jay-Z" Jackson, The Piano-Man
  • Voice [Bench Team Voices]Descaro "Mack Mone" Moore, Gwen Everett, Jeremy "Jay-Z" Jackson, Kim Morgan, Ramone "Pee Wee" Gooden, Ronald "Omar" Everett, Ronvell Sharper, Shirley "Shassiah" Tabor, Toby "T-Love" Holton
  • Voice [Special Mention Guest Voices]D-Love, Gary "Doo-Wop" Shider, Gary "Mudbone" Cooper, Mark Sexx, O.B. , The Shah
  • Voice [Starting Team Voices]"Clee" Askew, Earl "Schmoovy-Schmoov" Cook, Eddie "Humpty-Hump" Humphrey, Greg "Shock-G" Jacobs, Michael "Dirty-Red" Boston, Ron "Money B" Brooks, "Saafir" The Saucee Nomad, "2 Pac" Shakur
  • Written-ByB. Worrel (tracks: 1), B. Worrell (tracks: 3, 7), W. Collins (tracks: 1, 7, 16), C. Wilson (tracks: 10), C. Askew (tracks: 7, 9 to 11, 13, 18, 20), D. Elliot (tracks: 2 to 4, 14, 15, 19), D. McNight (tracks: 20), E. Cook (tracks: 20), E. Humphrey III (tracks: 1, 5, 6, 12, 14, 16, 17), G. Clinton (tracks: 1, 3, 7, 16, 20), G. Jacobs, J.S. Theracon (tracks: 7), J. Jackson (tracks: 1, 18), M. Boston (tracks: 18), M. Hampton (tracks: 9), R. Mohamed (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 10 to 12, 17, 20), R. Troutman (tracks: 10), R. Brooks (tracks: 4, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17, 20), T. Shakur (tracks: 9)


Notes

Parental Advisory Explicit Lyrics
Tracks 5, 7 & 20 are bonus CD tracks.
Comes with a mini poster insert and a black & white comic book.
Produced for Stayin' Busy Productions.
The Samplers, Programmers, Scratchers and Lead Guitarist are called "Locker-Room Physicians".
The Engineers are called "Press Box And Scoreboard Personnel".
The Artists and Designers are called "Halftime Festivities".

"The Arenas":
Starlight Sound in Richmond, California
Infinite Sounds in Alameda, California
Hyde Street Studios in San Francisco, California
Different Fur in San Francisco, California
Head First Productions in Tampa, Florida
Echo Sound in Los Angeles, California

2-Pac appears courtesy of Interscope Inc.
Raw Fusion and The Dungeon Squad appear courtesy of Hollywood Basic.
Humpty-Hump appears courtesy of a weekend pass from Bel-View State Mental Institution.

Credits:
1 - "Aqua Boogie" performed by Parliament used courtesy of Polygram Records.
3 - "Holly Wants To Go To California" performed by Funkadelic used courtesy of Warner Bros. Records.
7 - "Colour Me Funky" and "Trombipulation" performed by Parliament used courtesy of Polygram Records
10 - "Computer Love" performed by Zapp used courtesy of Warner Special Products.
16 - "Funkentelechy" performed by Parliament used courtesy of Polygram Records.
20 - "The Freeze" performed by Parliament used courtesy of Polygram Records.

Publishing:
1 & 16 - GLG Two Music / Pubhowyalike Publishing / Willesden Music / Bridgeport Music / Rubberband Music / Rightsong Music (BMI)
2, 4 to 6, 8 to 15 & 17 to 19 - GLG Two Music / Pubhowyalike Publishing / Willesden Music (BMI)
3 - GLG Two Music / Pubhowyalike Publishing / Willesden Music / Bridgeport Music (BMI)
7 & 20 - GLG Two Music / Pubhowyalike Publishing / Willesden Music / Bridgeport Music / Rightsong Music (BMI)

(P)(C) 1993 Tommy Boy Music, Inc.


Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 16998-1080-2 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 43 1080-2 SRC##01 ARC M2 S2
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 43 1080-2 SRC##01 M1S1


Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tommy Boy Music, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Tommy Boy Music, Inc.
  • Manufactured For – Tommy Boy Music, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Tommy Boy Music, Inc.
  • Mastered At – Rocket Lab
  • Engineered At – Starlight Sound
  • Engineered At – Infinite Sounds
  • Engineered At – Hyde Street Studios
  • Engineered At – Different Fur Studios
  • Engineered At – Head First Productions
  • Engineered At – Echo Sound
  • Produced For – Stayin' Busy Productions
  • Published By – GLG Two Music
  • Published By – Pubhowyalike Publishing
  • Published By – Willesden Music
  • Published By – Bridgeport Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Rubber Band Music
  • Published By – Rightsong Music


Album

The Body-Hat Syndrome is the third album from the rap group Digital Underground. The album's second single, an anti-racism cultural awareness politico called Wussup Wit the Luv, features a solo from the Funkadelic guitarist Michael Hampton, as well as a verse and video appearance by Tupac Shakur. This was the last time Shakur appeared on any Digital Underground release. Rappers Saafir and Clee were added to the line-up. The Body-Hat Syndrome - Digital Underground. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Body-Hat Syndrome is the 4th album from rap group, Digital Underground. The Body - Hat Syndrome. Digital Underground. Hip-HopRap 1993. The Return of the Crazy One. The Body-Hat Syndrome. Digital Underground's last effort for longtime label Tommy Boy, The Body-Hat Syndrome lacked some of the bright spark and humor that informed the band's first two albums. With the edgy grind of the leading single, The Return of the Crazy One, and its accompanying X-rated video reworked for public consumption boosting the band back into the spotlight, the rest of the album unfurled to less than outstanding crossover commercial acclaim - the album's second single, the slightly melancholy and anti-racism cultural awareness politico Whassup Wit the. The Body-Hat Syndrome by Digital Underground, released 05 October 1993 1. The Return of the Crazy One 2. Doo Woo You 3. Holly Wantstaho 4. Bran Nu Swetta 5. The Humpty Dance Awards 6. Body-Hats Part One 7. Dope-A-Delic Do U-B-Leeve-In-D-Flo 8. Intermission 9. Wassup Wit the Luv 10. Digital Lover 11. Carry the Way Along Time 12. Body-Hats Part Two 13. Do Ya Like it Dirty 19. Bran Nu Sweat This Beat 20. Wheee The Body-Hat Syndrome is the third album from Digital Underground, on which they continued to cultivate their own brand of P-Funk culture, ending more than a year of silence with a fresh batch of funk-infused rap. Listen free to Digital Underground The Body-Hat Syndrome The Return Of The Crazy One, Doo Woo You and more. 20 tracks 74:49. Complete your Digital Underground Body-Hat Syndrome is the third studio album by American hip hop group Digital Underground, released in 1993 on Tommy Boy Entertainment. On this album, they continue their brand of P-Funk culture, ending more than a year of silence with a new album consisting of funk-infused rap. With the release of the leading The Return of the Crazy One, and its accompanying X-rated music video reworked for public consumption boosting the group back into the spotlight, the rest of the album failed to achieve. Body Hat Syndrome. Digital Underground Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Digital Underground's debut album was invigorating, thanks to the way founder Shock G. mixed samples, instruments, and voices in dizzying profusion. At the same time, the raps themselves were juvenile jokes about getting high and getting laid. One could only hope that Digital Underground would outgrow the dumb goofs and refine the aural montage. But on its third, full-length album, the group hasn't advanced a bit