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The chronic

Author: Dr DreSnoop DoggD.O.C., (Musician)Kurupt, (Rapper)Jewell, (Rapper)All authors
Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Death Row Recordings, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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His solo debut, containing 16 tracks, effortlessly combines the sounds of '70s funk with early '90s gangsta rap to set the standard for the soon-to-emerge West Coast rap scene.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dr Dre; Snoop Dogg; D.O.C., (Musician); Kurupt, (Rapper); Jewell, (Rapper); Daz Dillinger; Lady of Rage.; RBX, (Musician)
OCLC Number: 47122379
Notes: Title from container.
"Parental advisory, explicit lyrics"--Container.
Digitally remastered; audio originally released in 1992.
Enhanced compact disc.
Credits: Produced by Dr. Dre.
Performer(s): Dr. Dre ; featuring Snoop Dog ; The D.O.C. ; Kurupt ; Jewell ; That Nigga Daz ; Rage ; RBX.
Event notes: Recorded at Death Row Studios.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: System requirements: Computer capable of running Quick-time movies ; sound card.
Contents: The chronic (intro) --
Fuck wit Dre day (and everybody's celebratin') --
Let me ride --
The day the niggaz took over --
Nuthin' but a "g" thang --
Deeez nuuuts --
Lil' ghetto boy --
A nigga witta gun --
Rat-tat-tat-tat --
The $20 sack pyramid --
Lyrical gangbang --
High powered --
The doctor's office --
Stranded on death row --
The roach (The chronic outro) --
[Bonus]: Bitches ain't shit. Music video: Dre day.
Responsibility: Dr. Dre, featuring the Death Row inmates.

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His solo debut, containing 16 tracks, effortlessly combines the sounds of '70s funk with early '90s gangsta rap to set the standard for the soon-to-emerge West Coast rap scene.

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