Comptons Most Wanted* ‎– Straight Checkn 'Em

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Orpheus Records ‎– EK 47926, Epic ‎– EK 47926
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1 Intro 1:03
2 They Still Gafflin
Music By – I. Hayes*
4:30
3 Growin' Up In The Hood
Music By – J. Simon*
4:12
4 Wanted
Music By – B. White*
4:14
5 Straight Checkn 'Em 3:46
6 I Don't Dance
Music By – D. Spradley*, G. Shider*, G. Clinton, Jr.*
2:29
7 Raised In Compton 3:49
8 Driveby Miss Daisy
Piano [Solo] – William Zimmerman
4:26
9 Def Wish 3:41
10 Compton's Lynchin
Music By – J. Watson*
4:43
11 Mike T's Funky Scratch 2:35
12 Can I Kill It?
Music By – C. Womack*, C. Jasper*, G. Noble*, L. Womack*, Isley Bros.*
4:31
13 Gangsta Shot Out 2:32

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Recorded and mixed at Big Beat Soundlabs in Los Angeles, Tuesday, April 2, 1991 - Friday, April 19, 1991, except "Growin' Up In The Hood" recorded and mixed at Trax in Hollywood on Sunday, March 31, 1991. Digital post production done at The Electronic Music Box.

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  • Barcode (printed): 0 7464-47926-2
  • Barcode (scanned): 074644792621

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CapobelloMan

CapobelloMan

May 20, 2008

This is Compton's Most Wanted's second album and goddamn is it good. Unfortantely Slip was locked up whenever this album was made so he's not on it. It doesn't matter much though because Eiht kills it. A lot of the beats are old jazz and funk beats from Mike T. The album starts out with "They Still Gafflin'", talking about the police. The song after that, "Growing Up In The Hood" was used in the movie "Boyz N Da Hood". "Wanted" mixes Barry White with hard ass lyrics. There isn't one song on this album that is worth not listening to.

Don't sleep on "Straight Checkn 'Em".