Comptons Most Wanted* ‎– Music To Driveby

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Epic ‎– 472225 1, Get On Down ‎– GET 51328 LP
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A1 Intro 0:20
A2 Hit The Floor 1:49
A3 Hood Took Me Under
Producer – DJ Mike T*Written-By [Music] – Michael Bryant*
3:39
A4 Jack Mode 3:16
A5 Compton 4 Life
Mixed By – DJ Slip (3)
3:18
A6 8 Iz Enough 2:48
A7 Duck Sick II 3:43
A8 Dead Men Tell No Lies 3:41
A9 N 2 Deep
Featuring, Written-By [Lyrics] – Mr. Scarface*Written-By [Music] – Isaac Hayes
3:51
A10 Who's Xxxxing Who?
Producer – DJ Mike T*Written-By [Music] – Michael Bryant*
1:47
B1 Hoodrat 3:56
B2 Niggaz Strugglin
Written By [Music] – Garson, Hillar
3:31
B3 I Gots To Get Over
Written-By [Music] – Austin Johnson, Smeed Hudman
3:36
B4 U's A Bitch
Backing Vocals – EMmage
3:43
B5 Another Victim
Written-By [Music] – Isaac Hayes
3:51
B6 Def Wish II 3:32
B7 Music To Driveby 3:31
B8 This Is A Gang 3:37

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Notes

Record Store Day 2018 exclusive. Limited edition of 1000 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 664425132816
  • Label Code: GET 51328 LP
  • Barcode: 19075812681

Other Versions (5 of 19) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EK 52984 Comptons Most Wanted* Music To Driveby(CD, Album) Orpheus Records, Epic EK 52984 US 1992 Sell This Version
EK 52984, 52984 Comptons Most Wanted* Music To Driveby(CD, Album) Orpheus Records, Epic EK 52984, 52984 US 1992 Sell This Version
505497 2, 5054972000, EPC 505497 2 Comptons Most Wanted* Music To Driveby(CD, Album, RE) Epic, Orpheus Records, Epic 505497 2, 5054972000, EPC 505497 2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
EK 52984 Comptons Most Wanted* Music To Driveby(CD, Album) Orpheus Records, Epic EK 52984 US Unknown Sell This Version
EK 52984, 52984 Comptons Most Wanted* Music To Driveby(CD, Album, RP) Epic, Epic, Orpheus Records, Orpheus Records EK 52984, 52984 US Unknown Sell This Version

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lucas6967

lucas6967

February 22, 2019
Just got this repress. Has a B&W insert which not everyone seems to have?

Is slightly quiet - guess because how much is squeezed in. But not too bad and sound quality is fine.

The cover is a let down and as previously commented does look like a booty. It’s very dark meaning the guns aren’t very visible unlike the original. So whereas the original is menacing, this just looks like two dudes in their car.

Glad to have for a reasonable price but wish I’d read the comments first and got the booty 2lp edition which appears to be a better release.
Mtache1212

Mtache1212

November 16, 2018
Agreed. This doesn't sound great. This is too long of an LP for a single plate. G.o.D cheaped out. I respect them so I'll give them a break. The E40 release is BOMB as well as many of their others. They should learn from this mistake though.
CNTRL_SCRUTINIZER

CNTRL_SCRUTINIZER

July 6, 2018
I'm surprised by the negative reviews on the sound quality. Mine sounds fine. No surface noise. I don't have an original to compare it to...but the bass is heavy and it's clear. I'm more disappointed by the 'bare bones' releases Get On Down does. I'm ew to buyintg their records...This album deserves 2 LPs, an insert, some liner notes and a gate fold. Blue vinyl would have been fun. The inner sleeve on the European release (1992) had a killer inner sleeve. This release has nada. So that's disappointing. But it sounds ok.
westoftheskies

westoftheskies

June 7, 2018
edited 11 months ago
This reissue is an absolute joke. They manage to repeat the same mistakes the original is suffering from: It is impossible to cram 60+ minutes of playtime on a single LP and get good sound out of it; this one sounds extremely bad. But the original was pressed at a time when vinyl versions were really neglected by major labels and were pressed in alibi numbers. In 2018, everything is re-released as double vinyl versions; how an album that is as long as this is reissued as a single LP is beyond me. Even the cover is looking like a bootleg. After searching for a long time, I just got the unofficial 2 LP version that was banned from the marketplace here during the ridiculous bootleg witch hunt. This is how an official reissue should sound. These guys might have made some money out of this in 2005 which did not end up in the pockets of MC Eiht, but this issue was definitely made from the perspective of a fan who wants to enjoy this album on vinyl the way it should be heard. As long as the industry is releasing stuff like this RSD crap, some unofficial releases can be useful. A wasted opportunity.
77david75

77david75

April 30, 2018
not the worst i bought but it's a get on down record...
myvinylweighs

myvinylweighs

April 25, 2018
Too bad it's just a single LP. What's up with the sound quality on this one? Any experiences so far?