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Doggystyle Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered

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Produced by the infamous Dr. Dre with assistance from Mr. Suge Knight, Doggy Style was the first solo outing by Calvin Broadus a.k.a. Snoop Doggy Dog. Incorporating a straight gangsta vibe into the deep funk grooves pioneered by George Clinton and his Parliament-Funkadelic ensemble, Snoop and Dre dogmatically invent the "G-Funk" aesthetic. Espousing an irreverent dope, bitches, and guns mentality, Doggy Style garnered the Parental Advisory for explicit lyrics it sorely deserved. Still, Snoop's lazy-yet-acrobatic rap/drawl is distinctive and undeniably entertaining. With additional vocals from Tha Dogg Pound (Nate Dogg, Warren G, Kurupt, and Dat Nigger Daz), this disc is deceptively professional and musically quite slick. "Murder Was The Case" is practically an inner-city classic, while "Ain't No Fun" is another blunted, urban-rap anthem. Woof! --Mitch Myers
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 22, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Death Row Koch
  • ASIN: B00005AQF7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (462 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,423 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By J. Tyler on January 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD in 1993 when the original version came out. It had 19 tracks, not 18 or 13. The real track 18 is "Gz Up, Hoes Down" and Track 19 is "Pump, Pump." I didn't even realize that later releases had tracks removed until I started looking for the album art for my iPod.

This album is a classic. if you want to buy it try to get the original with NINETEEN TRACKS. Don't allow yourself to miss Snoop in his full artistic form. This is definitely one of the Top Ten CD of All Time.
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Snoop Dogg reigned supreme in 93 with this CLASSIC. Snoop was perhaps one of the coolest rappers to emerge from the west during this time, and when he dropped this album, he took the east AND the west by storm. And what resulted was his ABSOLUTE BEST album to this very day. Here's the review:
Album Highlights: The ENTIRE album, EVERY song here literally is a classic.
Production: Thumbs up, laced with the supreme skills of Dr.Dre.
Lyrics and Subject Matter: Thumbs up, Snoop doesn't rhyme like this today.
Originality: Thumbs up.
The Last Word: It's a shame that we don't have THIS Snoop today. But in 93, he was on top of the world, on top of his game, and TRULY in his prime. He didn't peak until he went to the corny No Limit Records in an attempt to resurrect his career. But with Doggystyle, he forged an unforgettable classic, up there with the likes of Dre's The Chronic. Another STRONG recommendation for this album. You won't regret buying this album.
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This album is better than "The Chronic." There is no doubt about it. While "The Chronic" was without a doubt a hip-hop classic and a landmark album in g-funk (which Dre basically invented), "Doggystyle" is the result of both Dre refining his sound and Snoop refining his rhyme. It's a beautiful thing... This album is filled with laid-back grooves ("Lodi Dodi") and out-and-out party anthems ("What's My Name?," "Ain't No Fun") alongside horror-filled urban narratives ("Murder Was the Case," "Serial Killa"). It's the perfect balance of gangsta, playa and pimp all rolled into a fat blunt for all to smoke on. Sure, it was graphic... sure, it was violent... sure, it probably offended the majority of people who listened to it... but it sure was fun, wasn't it? Get this album... if you're a real hip-hop head, this deserves to be in your collection.
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In 1993, 'Doggystyle' was the first rap album to be #1 on the charts. In 2001, it was re-released and remastered in a enchanced cd with the music video, 'Who Am I {What's My Name}?.

Now it's re-released for a second time, now a dualdisc with a DVD with the entire album in enhanced stereo and features 4 music videos from this classic album.

1. Bathtub- N/A

2. G Funk Intro (Featuring The Lady Of Rage)- 10/10

3. Gin And Juice- 10/10

4. Tha Shiznit- 10/10 (also played on Biggie's 'Ready To Die')

5. Lodi Dodi- 9/10

6. Murder Was The Case [DeathAfterVisualizingEternity](Featuring Dat Nigga Daz)- 10/10

7. Serial Killa (Featuring D.O.C., RBX and Tha Dogg Pound)- 10/10

8. Who Am I [What's My Name]?- 10/10

9. For All My Niggaz & Bitches (Tha Dogg Pound Featuring The Lady of Rage)- 10/10 (also featured in 'Poetic Justice')

10. Ain't No Fun (If The Homniues Can't Have None)(Featuring Nate Dogg, Warren G, and Kurupt)- 10/10 (Mariah Carey sampled the same beat on her 'Heartbreaker (Remix)'

11. Doggy Dogg World (Featuring Tha Dogg Pound and the Dramatics)- 10/10

12. Gz and Hustlas- 10/10

13. Pump Pump (Featuring Lil Malik, aka Lil Hershey Loc)- 10/10 (also featured in 'Above The Rim')

DVD Features 4 Music Videos:

Gin & Juice (Remix)- 10/10

Who Am I (What's My Name)- 10/10

Murder Was The Case (Remix)- 9/10

Doggy Dogg World- 10/10

If you want to get this, i would also recommend you get these other CDs:

Dr. Dre- The Chronic [DualDisc]

2Pac- All Eyez On Me [DualDisc]

Makaveli- The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory [DualDisc]

The Very Best of Death Row [DualDisc]
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Every track on this CD is good. There is not ONE bad track to speak of, and that's a huge accomplishment by itself. This is the perfect complement to The Chronic. Both albums define the very nature of what G-Funk and rap are all about. It's produced by Dr. Dre, and his influence is seen in every track through incredibly irrestible beats (a la The Chronic). This CD has some of the best beats ever heard on a rap album, combined with incredible lyrics and Snoop's best style. Guest appearances from The Dogg Pound rappers are excellent, and this is by far Snoop's best rapping.
This CD CANNOT be compared to any other Snoop Dogg CD; it surpasses any of his other albums with ease. There are so many classics on this album ("Gin and Juice," "Murder Was the Case," "Ain't No Fun," "Tha Shiznit," etc.) and the others, though less played, are equally as good. If you liked The Chronic (in other words, if you like real rap with incredible beats and lyrics) then buy this album. It will not disappoint. This goes along perfectly with The Chronic and many debate which album is better. Either way, you cannot lose with this album: It is easily one of the best rap albums EVER.
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