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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 13, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wideawake Ent Group
  • ASIN: B002MT3CL6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #169,483 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2009 collection. The Lost Sessions Vol. 1 captures the early Death Row days of Grammy-nominated artist Snoop Doggy Dogg when he was first developing his signature drawled, laconic rhyming. Among the hundreds of masters buried deep in the vault, Death Row has uncovered some amazing musical gems of Snoop's earliest recordings, features include Jewell, Lady of Rage, Nate Dogg, Technic and production by Daz and the legendary Dr. Dre. The Lost Sessions Vol. 1 brings it all back to the very beginning of Snoop's genius and is a must for young consumers hungry for the real deal hip hop as well as the Uber Death Row fans.

About the Artist

Calvin Broadus, better known to the public as Snoop Doggy Dogg was introduced to the rap game on Dr. Dre's single "Deep Cover" in 1991 and followed up with his writing and rhyming skills on Dr. Dre's classic ground breaking album "The Chronic" which featured Snoop including one of hip hops most recognizable songs "Nuthin Bt A G-Thang". In 1993 Snoop Doggy Dogg debuted his first solo ablum "Doggystyle" and he has been a major player in the rap game ever since. "Doggystyle" was the most eagerly anticipated album in rap history, and the first debut album to enter the Billboard chart at #1. Snoop, as an active touring and recording artist is a living brand loved by virtually all hip hop fans, and now, main stream music lovers around the world as well.

Customer Reviews

If you miss the old Snoop Dogg, definitely pick this album up.
A Customer
Overall, most songs range from good to tight to classic, the features are for the most part on point.
P.M.
It`s the old good Snoop Doggy Dogg rappin over DEATH ROW Beats !
Rainer Frank

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on November 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
If you look at my previous reviews, you know that I usually don't write music reviews but since I am a fan of rap/hip hop & grew up on the "west coast" style of Death Row Records during their golden era of 90's, I'll make another exception. Now it's no big secret that Death Row Records is in the hands of new owners & with that is coming the release of so much "vaulted" material and after getting a few tracks on the re-release of The Chronic, this was the first album full of tracks from the vault in Volume One of Snoop Doggy Dogg's Lost Sessions.

Now this is one of those releases where the title itself tells you exactly what to expect here as these are lost sessions, not 100% brand new "never before officially released" material. You can look at the tracklist & see that the original solo version of "O.G." that was on Daz Dillinger's first album is on here but that isn't the only alternative/solo version of a song that has been released as two songs that were on his Death Row's Greatest Hits appear on here as well ("Put It In Ya Mouth" is another version of "Head Doctor" & "Keep It Real Dogg" is the solo version of "Keep It Real"). Also some of the lyrics in various songs like "Sleep On Death Row", "Eat A...", and " One Life To Live" you've heard in other songs like Nate Dogg's "Never Leave Me Alone" "Doggy Dogg World", and "Midnight Love"...and the beat for "Eat A..." was eventually used for "Serial Killa" for Doggystyle while you may remember the beat for "One Life To Live" from the famous horror movie "Halloween".
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By P.M. on October 14, 2009
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But what else would you expect from a Snoop album from back in the Death Row days? Tracks 2, 3, 4, 7, 8 are probably my favorite tracks (I like the re-played John Carpenter's Halloween theme on track 8). Snoops sounds raw on these songs like he did on the Chronic and Doggystyle back when he was still hungry, on a few of them you can actually hear some partial verses that were on the Doggystyle album and other classic, released songs; most of it is unreleased material though. Tracks 9 & 11 are tight too, the beats remind me of the sound found on the Dogg Pound's Dogg Food album. Track 12 is cool, has some familiar lyrics mixed in through out, still a nice track though. Tracks 16, 17, and 18 are also pretty good tracks (specially 16). I wish Snoop would have got down and rapped on tracks 10 & 15 (specially 15), both are well produced and the beats still sound good enough to bumb without Snoop flowing over them. Overall, most songs range from good to tight to classic, the features are for the most part on point. I think this is probably the best Snoop album I've bought since No Limit Top Dogg (The Last Meal was kind of a let down for me and every album after that seemed to get farther and farther from the raw, clever, hardcore Snoop we use to know and love. From B*tches Aint S#!t, It Aint No Fun, Wake Up, Stranded On Death Row type songs to Beautiful, Sexual Eruption, Drop It Like It's Hot, etc., etc, come on Snoop... Death Row - The Lost Sessions Vol. 1 wasn't perfect but it was close enough for me and it's a breath of fresh air after years of this commercial pop/rap that is being put out now a days. I'm sure Wideawake kept a few more Snoop Dogg classics tucked away for Vol. 2.Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Farhan Latif on October 14, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Slip on this Snoop Dogg CD and you will feel like you are back in the mid 90's. We all remember the way we first felt when we heard Snoop Dogg. Feel that way again. Especially if you get the version with 3 bonus tracks. So the party keeps going.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P.M. on October 20, 2009
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But what else would you expect from a Snoop album from back in the Death Row days? Tracks 2, 3, 4, 7, 8 are probably my favorite tracks (I like the re-played John Carpenter's Halloween theme on track 8). Snoops sounds raw on these songs like he did on the Chronic and Doggystyle back when he was still hungry, on a few of them you can actually hear some partial verses that were on the Doggystyle album and other classic, released songs; most of it is unreleased material though. Tracks 9 & 11 are tight too, the beats remind me of the sound found on the Dogg Pound's Dogg Food album. Track 12 is cool, has some familiar lyrics mixed in through out, still a nice track though. Tracks 16, 17, and 18 are also pretty good tracks (specially 16). I wish Snoop would have got down and rapped on tracks 10 & 15 (specially 15), both are well produced and the beats still sound good enough to bumb without Snoop flowing over them. Overall, most songs range from good to tight to classic, the features are for the most part on point. I think this is probably the best Snoop album I've bought since No Limit Top Dogg (The Last Meal was kind of a let down for me and every album after that seemed to get farther and farther from the raw, clever, hardcore Snoop we use to know and love. From B*tches Aint S#!t, It Aint No Fun, Wake Up, Stranded On Death Row type songs to Beautiful, Sexual Eruption, Drop It Like It's Hot, etc., etc, come on Snoop... Death Row - The Lost Sessions Vol. 1 wasn't perfect but it was close enough for me and it's a breath of fresh air after years of this commercial pop/rap that is being put out now a days. I'm sure Wideawake kept a few more Snoop Dogg classics tucked away for Vol. 2.Read more ›
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