AZ ‎– A.W.O.L

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1 So Sincere (Intro)
Producer – HeatmakerzRecorded By – Alex VenguerWritten-By – G. Green*, S. Thomas*
2 Never Change
Producer – HeatmakerzWritten-By – G. Green*, S. Thomas*
3 New York
Featuring – Ghostface Killah, RaekwonProducer, Recorded By – Emile (2)Scratches – DJ PremierWritten-By – D. Coles*, E. Haynie*, R. Diggs*
4 Can't Stop
Producer – FradoRecorded By – Alex VenguerWritten-By – A. Rivera
5 Still Alive
Producer – Vinny IdolVocals – Noe (5)Written-By – D. Bridgeford*, R. Ousley Jr.*
6 AZ's Chillin'
Producer – Fizzy WomackWritten-By – J. Grinnage*
7 City Of Gods
Mixed By – Disco DProducer – Disco DWritten-By – D. Dean*
8 Street Life
Featuring – Begetz, Half-A-Mil*Producer – J-HenWritten-By – D. Cooper (3), J. Wardlaw*
9 Bedtime Story
Featuring – Slick RickProducer – Baby Paul, Jimi Kendrix
10 The Come Up
Producer – DJ Premier
11 Envious
Featuring – Bounty KillerProducer – MoSS (5)
12 A.W.O.L
Producer – Vinny Idol
13 Live Wire
Producer – Buckwild
13b Magic Hour
Featuring – C.L. SmoothProducer – Tone Mason
13c The Truth
Producer – DJ Absolut, Young Calvin

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Tracks 13b and 13c are bonus tracks.

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  • Barcode: 1 84831 00029 0

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FSL-LP-29 AZ A.W.O.L(2xLP) Fastlife FSL-LP-29 US 2005 Sell This Version
CCMX002 AZ X Phil Gektor AZ X Phil Gektor - A​.​W​.​O​.​L 2​.​0 (CDr, Album, Ltd, Num, Promo) Crate Cartel CCMX002 Australia 2015 Sell This Version
FSL-CD-64 AZ A.W.O.L. - Version 1.5(2xCD, Album) Fastlife, Quiet Money Records FSL-CD-64 US 2005 Sell This Version
CCMX002 AZ X Phil Gektor AZ X Phil Gektor - A​.​W​.​O​.​L 2​.​0 (Cass, Album, Ltd, Num) Crate Cartel CCMX002 Australia 2015 Sell This Version

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LyrikalSkillz

LyrikalSkillz

July 1, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Undoubtedly AZ's finest release to date! Starts off with mellow Heatmakers produced tracks - and true to their perfected formula comes complete with vocal samples - laced with some fine rhymes from the Brooklyn vet. "New York", though featuring two of the Wu's finest, is not your typical Wu-Tang 36 Chambers shit. Unfortunately, it's too lyrikal to make a proper anthem, but makes a good track still! "Street Life" has some nice violins on it, and features two credible emcees, Half-A-Mil & Begetz. "The Come Up" is actually a reworked version of an earlier track called "No Love" which features Joe (Thomas). The newer version is more street; what else would one expect with Primo on production! Other notable tracks include "Bedtime Story", "Envious" featuring Bounty Killah, "AWOL" (where AZ drops a single verse that declares him one of the world's best slept on artists!). Overally, a well-balanced album that doesn't compromise true HipHop for commercial success.