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Dogg Food Explicit Lyrics, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 22, 2001)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Death Row Koch
  • ASIN: B00005AQG4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,661 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Years ago I had been a huge fan of rap. We called it rap music. Gangsta Rap, G Funk, Bay Area, Dirty South, all that stuff...Kids these days don't have a clue. My musical tastes have progressed over the years and I am very intimate with electronic music now, but this is one album I can pull out of my archive and still listen to anyday. The beats here are by far some of the best around that era (the mid 90's). This album brings back so many memories its amazing. Its a shame what pop culture has done to 'hip-hop'. You won't find anything like this being made anymore.
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I believe Tha Dogg Pound's 1995 album "Dogg Food" is among West Coast G-Funk's greatest albums. The duo of Kurupt and Daz Dillinger perfected it on this album. The production features some of the best g-funk has to offer, with its whiny synths, deep and slow rolling bass, female vocal hooks, and layers of smooth instrumentals. Daz and Kurupt make for good lyricists as well. They explore such topics as drugs, the East Coast/West Coast beef, women, and the laidback lifestyle of Long Beach, California. They are often aided by Long Beach contemporaries such as Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, Mr. Malik of Illegal, Nancy Fletcher, Tray Deee, and others. Dr. Dre's "The Chronic" and Snoop Doggy Dogg's "Doggystyle" get all the glory, but "Dogg Food" is another of g-funk's gems.

The first full song is the clique's anthem "Dogg Pound Gangstaz", which has a great deep beat and lyrics representing their group. "Respect" has awesome production, and the lyrics drop law philosophy. "New York, New York" contributed to the West Coast/East Coast beef, and it's a great song nonetheless, with a New York style beat and lyrics about their perception of the city. "Smooth" is my favorite song on the disc, with amazing production, verses from Daz, Kurupt, and Snoop, and an excellent chorus. "Cyco-Lik-No (B*tch Azz N**gas)" is a hard track slamming softies, and "Ridin', Slipin', and Slidin'" is an awesome laidback cut. "Let's Play House" is truly legendary, with a great R&B styling from Nate Dogg and Nancy Fletcher, and the funny lyrics to go over the great production. "I Don't Like to Dream About Getting Paid" is one of my favorites, with a hook by Nate Dogg, it's a very upbeat and happy sounding tune dealing with the struggles of jobs and the temptations of the drug trade.
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This is by far the best Dogg Pound Album. This is one of the best group albums ever. Not only for G Funk fans, but for anyone who is a fan of hip hop period. I actually wonder why music like this isn't being made anymore. I mean, sure, Dogg Pound is still doing it 'til this date, but everyone is kink of putting them on the side, like they don't have it anymore. They still have it, they had it when this came out, and they've never fell off. Tha Dogg Pound, they were the some of the many kings of the west coast when this came out. And when thier album drops this summer, I don't think they'll be not the least bit short of that...
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Magical and timeless, Dogg Food is beyond comparison from anything else I've ever heard. Tha Dogg Pound, a group that consists of infamous rapper Kurupt and upcoming producer Daz Dillinger, are an amazing and memorable duo. Bold and colorful, this album was recorded during the peak of Deathrow Records, one of the greatest hip-hop labels ever. With production from Daz Dillinger and Dr. Dre, this album is definitely one of the most amazing rap albums ever. Another thing that makes this album special is that samples are not used on this album. Instead, there are lots of live instruments to be heard; electric keyboards, rhythm guitars, percussion, and bass are all used to give this a fresh and original sound. Yet the best thing about this album is Kurupt. His raps flow with amazing accuracy. His style is the best that I've heard. Kurupt's smooth style mixed with the live instruments and Daz's producing expertise make this album a timeless classic.
The best tracks include the bouncing keyboard rhythm of "Dogg Pound Gangstaz", the amazing old school funk experiments of "Respect", the infamous New York diss, "New York, New York", the golden bright sunshine of "Smooth", which features a cameo from Snoop Doggy Dogg and great guest vocals from Val Young, "Cyco-Lic-No", which features Mr.
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By Bryce Norman on December 2, 2014
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This was the beginning of the end for Death Row Records or, I should say, the moment where Death Row returned to the pack of West Coast gangster rap. The Chronic and DStyle had been tight, slick, inventive masterpieces, and the soundtracks to Above the Rim and Murder Was the Case had provided many highlights, but Dogg Food was the first Death Row release that was simply just "another West Coast gangster rap album". The production by Daz and DJ Pooh will please fanatics of the genre but there are absolutely no surprises like, say, that fantastic organ line in "Tha Nit". Kurupt had proven himself to be one of the most promising young rappers of any locality based on his brutal appearances on "Lyrical GB", "Stranded On Death Row" and "For All My N and B" but he's mostly actually pretty average here. Plus, this album introduces the first "bad ideas" into the Death Row stable. Big P Delemound (who???) absolutely ruins the outro of one track with his blabbering all over it, the radio skits which had once been funny and concise and now painfully drawn out, and the one time where Kurupt actually builds up some steam ("New York New York") he's inexplicably cut out mid sentence. The Lady of Rage, however, continues to impress on her one outing.
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