Still I Rise is a collaboration album by 2Pac and the Outlawz. The album excludes some of the original line up of the Outlawz, including Hussein Fatal, who had left the group as he had refused to sign to Death Row. The album contains all previously unreleased, albeit remixed material. It was released on December 21, 1999, by Interscope Records. The album features production from 2Pac's close producers Tony Pizarro, Johnny "J" and QDIII, and appearances from Big Syke and Nate Dogg.
K-Still - Transactions (2000). 01Dion (Interlude) 02Get Your Nothing (Hustle) (feat. Juru) 03It's Una (feat. Big Hollis) 04Transactions 05Traffic Stop (Skit) 06Uno – Dose – Tres 07Lil Momma 08Going All Out (feat. Cat Daddy, Gangsta Dre) 09Rebecca 10Clubbing (Skit) 11Sliding Through (feat. Cat Daddy) 12Upper Laced (feat. Skanless) 13Who You Hang Wit (feat. ReShad) 14-Hating (Skit) 15It Ain't No Love (feat. Exhale) 16I Don't No 17I Gotta Get EU 18That Was Yo (BM) (feat. Lunasicc) 19Dion (Bonus Track) (feat.
deluded marxist Gloomy, spooky, unsettling and engineered to perfection. Second Still fly the Goth/Post-Punk banner aloft above the sea of the dead, dying and immortal. Christian Schaefer Featured this album on the fortieth issue of RULE of THREE (bi. y/RULEofTHREEbc). A beautiful old school bass line accompanied by some minimal, yet effective, drums help lay the musical foundations for Opening by Second Still. This track owes a lot to Suki's poignant vocals and the excellent songwriting skills of the band. Goth as it sounded back then but moved to a new level.
Why People Still Care About Tool’s New Album. The alt-metal heavyweights’ fifth LP remains in limbo after innumerable delays. Here’s why they’re the rare band that’s worth this kind of trouble. The fifth Tool album has become something like alt-metal’s Chinese Democracy. This April will mark 12 years since the release of the group’s most recent LP, 10,000 Days, and 10 since they started teasing a follow-up. Among journalists and fans, Tool albumspotting has become its own pastime.
And gifted musicians are still trying to catch up to what Homogenic sounds like. The album lost to Radiohead's OK Computer for Best Alternative Music Performance at the 1998 Grammy Awards, but Homogenic sounds like Kid A and Amnesiac, Radiohead's follow-ups to OK Computer. More recently: Kanye West's 808s and Heartbreak and My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy both sound a lot like Homogenic.
Mastered the ability of running home so incredibly still that he becomes invisible to the eye. Watch. Moonie we do not talk about that.
Dounougnan Magni Intro. Intelligent Revolution. Sene Kela (MR Raoul K & Laolu Version). Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Get Your Nothing (Hustle)
Featuring – Juru
Featuring – Big Hollis
|5||Traffic Stop (Skit)|
|6||Uno – Dose – Tres|
|8||Going All Out
Featuring – Cat Daddy , Gangsta Dre
Featuring – Cat Daddy
Featuring – Skanless
|13||Who You Hang Wit
Featuring – ReShad
|15||It Ain’t No Love
Featuring – Exhale
|16||I Don’t No|
|17||I Gotta Get EU|
|18||That Was Yo (BM)
Featuring – Lunasicc
|19||Dion (Bonus Track)
Featuring – Marvaless
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mackstyles Entertainment
- Copyright (c) – Mackstyles Entertainment
- Manufactured By – Mackstyles Entertainment
- Distributed By – Mackstyles Entertainment
- Design [Graphic Design] – Samoht Design
- Executive-Producer – Ike Nitty
- Producer – Big Hollis, Mike Mosley
NotesProduced by Mike Mosley & Big Hollis for Steady Mobbin Productions.
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