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The Chronic (Explicit)

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Dr. Dre's The Chronic is so much more than just a rap record. Released in December, 1992, this 16 track opus was Dre's debut as solo artist and the first album to be released on Death Row Records, the label he founded with "Suge" Knight and The D.O.C. Both events signalled the end for one of the genre's most important and influential groups in N.W.A., and the start of a new era in hip-hop. Dre opted to use more live instruments to have more control over samples, ultimately redefining the West coast sound. The birth of G-funk introduced new faces, most notably rapper Snoop Dogg, who provided the answer to Dre's writing concerns after The D.O.C. suffered serious vocal damage in a car accident. Following the album's intro, Snoop's funky, laid back voice is featured on "Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')", cooly expressing the animosity between Death Row and Dre's former team members.

The Death Row roster (including Warren G, Nate Dogg, Samara, Bushwick Bill) features heavily, mixing and matching and taking turns to lay down their bars over Dre's beats. The largest collaborative effort comes on "Stranded on Death Row" on which RBX, Snoop, The Lady of Rage and Kurupt sound as if they're taking turns to show their worth as rappers to the man behind the glass screen. "Lil' Ghetto Boy" and "A N**** Witta Gun" (the only track on which Dre is the sole artist) outline the realities of life and what it takes to survive when you're victimized by those who are supposed to protect you.

The Chronic's crown jewel, and arguably the king of all G-Funk is the iconic "Nuthin' but a ‘G' Thang". Its high pitched synth melody, deep bassline and back and forth between Snoop and Dre add up to one of the most recognizable tracks in all of rap, cementing Dr. Dre's one of the genre's greatest producers, and getting the ball rolling for the influential label. © Euan Decourt/Qobuz

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The Chronic (Explicit)

Dr. Dre

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1
The Chronic Intro
00:01:59

Dr. Dre, MainArtist - SONY TUNES INC, MusicPublisher - Ent One Publishing (ASCAP)/Suge Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

2
Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')
00:04:52

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Dr. Dre, MainArtist

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

3
Let Me Ride
00:04:21

Jewell, FeaturedArtist - Dr. Dre, MainArtist - Bridgeport Music inc., MusicPublisher - RBX Music, MusicPublisher - Ent One Publishing (ASCAP)/Suge Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

4
The Day The Niggaz Took Over
00:04:33

Daz, FeaturedArtist - Snoop Dogg, FeaturedArtist - Dr. Dre, MainArtist - RBX, FeaturedArtist - RBX Music, MusicPublisher - Ent One Publishing (ASCAP)/Suge Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

5
Nuthin' But A "G" Thang
00:03:58

Snoop Dogg, FeaturedArtist - Dr. Dre, MainArtist - Universal Music Group Publishing, MusicPublisher - Ent One Publishing (ASCAP)/Suge Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

6
Deeez Nuuuts
00:05:06

Dr. Dre, MainArtist - SONY TUNES INC, MusicPublisher - Ent One Publishing (ASCAP)/Suge Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

7
Lil' Ghetto Boy
00:05:29

Daz, FeaturedArtist - Snoop Dogg, FeaturedArtist - Dr. Dre, MainArtist - SONY TUNES INC, MusicPublisher - Sony Songs Inc, MusicPublisher - Ent One Publishing (ASCAP)/Suge Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

8
A Nigga Witta Gun
00:03:52

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Dr. Dre, MainArtist

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

9
Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat
00:03:48

Dr. Dre, MainArtist - Ent One Publishing (ASCAP)/Suge Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Waner-Tamerlane Publishing Co, MusicPublisher - Char-Liz Music, Inc, MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

10
The $20 Sack Pyramid
00:02:53

Dr. Dre, MainArtist - Concord Music Group, Inc. DBA Concord Copyrights, MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

11
Lyrical Gangbang
00:04:04

Dr. Dre, MainArtist - SONY TUNES INC, MusicPublisher - Sony Songs Inc, MusicPublisher - Ent One Publishing (ASCAP)/Suge Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

12
High Powered
00:02:44

Dr. Dre, MainArtist - Wb Music Corp, MusicPublisher - SONY TUNES INC, MusicPublisher - Ent One Publishing (ASCAP)/Suge Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

13
The Doctor's Office
00:01:04

Kevin Lewis, FeaturedArtist - Rage, FeaturedArtist - Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Jewell, FeaturedArtist - Dr. Dre, MainArtist

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

14
Stranded On Death Row
00:04:47

Bushwick Bill, MainArtist - Dr. Dre, MainArtist - SONY TUNES INC, MusicPublisher - Ent One Publishing (ASCAP)/Suge Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

15
The Roach The Chronic Outro
00:04:36

Dr. Dre, MainArtist - Frankly Music, MusicPublisher - SONY TUNES INC, MusicPublisher - Universal Music Group Publishing, MusicPublisher - RBX Music, MusicPublisher - Ent One Publishing (ASCAP)/Suge Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

16
Bitches Ain't Shit
00:04:48

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Dr. Dre, MainArtist

2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP 2001 Death Row Records / Entertainment One U.S., LP

Albumbeschreibung

Dr. Dre's The Chronic is so much more than just a rap record. Released in December, 1992, this 16 track opus was Dre's debut as solo artist and the first album to be released on Death Row Records, the label he founded with "Suge" Knight and The D.O.C. Both events signalled the end for one of the genre's most important and influential groups in N.W.A., and the start of a new era in hip-hop. Dre opted to use more live instruments to have more control over samples, ultimately redefining the West coast sound. The birth of G-funk introduced new faces, most notably rapper Snoop Dogg, who provided the answer to Dre's writing concerns after The D.O.C. suffered serious vocal damage in a car accident. Following the album's intro, Snoop's funky, laid back voice is featured on "Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')", cooly expressing the animosity between Death Row and Dre's former team members.

The Death Row roster (including Warren G, Nate Dogg, Samara, Bushwick Bill) features heavily, mixing and matching and taking turns to lay down their bars over Dre's beats. The largest collaborative effort comes on "Stranded on Death Row" on which RBX, Snoop, The Lady of Rage and Kurupt sound as if they're taking turns to show their worth as rappers to the man behind the glass screen. "Lil' Ghetto Boy" and "A N**** Witta Gun" (the only track on which Dre is the sole artist) outline the realities of life and what it takes to survive when you're victimized by those who are supposed to protect you.

The Chronic's crown jewel, and arguably the king of all G-Funk is the iconic "Nuthin' but a ‘G' Thang". Its high pitched synth melody, deep bassline and back and forth between Snoop and Dre add up to one of the most recognizable tracks in all of rap, cementing Dr. Dre's one of the genre's greatest producers, and getting the ball rolling for the influential label. © Euan Decourt/Qobuz

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