De La Soul ‎– De La Soul Is Dead

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Tommy Boy ‎– TB 1041
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A1 Oodles Of O's 3:31
A2 Talkin' Bout Hey Love 2:27
A3 Pease Porridge 2:27
A4 A Rollerskating Jam Named "Saturdays"
Vocals – Vinia Mojica
4:02
B1 Bitties In The BK Lounge 5:40
B2 My Brother's A Basehead 4:20
B3 Let, Let Me In 3:25
B4 Afro Connection At A Hi 5 (In The Eyes Of The Hoodlum) 4:02
C1 Millie Pulled A Pistol On Santa 4:10
C2 Pass The Plugs 3:30
C3 Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey) 5:06
D1 Shwingalokate 4:14
D2 Fanatic Of The B Word 4:09
D3 Keepin' The Faith 4:45

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Notes

This version of the album has the skits removed.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TBCD 1029 De La Soul De La Soul Is Dead(CD, Album, Yel) Tommy Boy TBCD 1029 US 1991 Sell This Version
MUSH32073.2 De La Soul De La Soul Is Dead(CD, Album, RE) Liberation Records, Tommy Boy MUSH32073.2 Australia Unknown Sell This Version
9031-74358-1 De La Soul De La Soul Is Dead(LP, Album) EastWest, Tommy Boy 9031-74358-1 Europe 1991 Sell This Version
848 903-4 De La Soul De La Soul Is Dead(Cass, Album) Tommy Boy 848 903-4 Canada 1991 Sell This Version
TBCD1029, TBCD 1029 De La Soul De La Soul Is Dead(CD, Album) Tommy Boy, Tommy Boy TBCD1029, TBCD 1029 UK 1991 Sell This Version

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djseef

djseef

January 2, 2015

one of the best albums ever made - period
freqazoidiac

freqazoidiac

August 28, 2007
edited over 8 years ago

AMAZING follow up to 3 feet... way darker, pessimistic, and underrated. Have this 2 LP, with picture cover, but mine has a promo stamp on it.. rarer than the black Cover promo it seems. Finally got it right to spread these songs over 2 LPs..as they squeezed too much on 1 disc on 3 feet high.