The D.O.C. ‎– No One Can Do It Better

Ruthless Records ‎– 7 91275-2, Atlantic ‎– 7 91275-2
CD, Album

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1 It's Funky Enough
Music By – Leon Sylvers III*
2 Mind Blowin' 3:35
3 Lend Me An Ear 3:20
4 Comm. Blues
Drums – D.J. Yella*Vocals – Michel'Le
5 Let The Bass Go
Music By – Isaac Hayes
6 Beautiful But Deadly 5:10
7 The D.O.C. & The Doctor 4:06
8 No One Can Do It Better 4:50
9 Whirlwind Pyramid 3:45
10 Comm. 2
Drums – D.J. Yella*Music By – Sylvester StewartVocals – MC Ren
11 The Formula 4:11
12 Portrait Of A Masterpiece 2:30
13 The Grand Finale
Drums – D.J. Yella*Rap [Featuring] – Eazy-ERap [Featuring], Lyrics By – Ice Cube, M.C. Ren*

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  • Barcode: 0 7567-91275-2 5

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
91275-1 The D.O.C. No One Can Do It Better(LP, Album) Ruthless Records, Atlantic 91275-1 US 1989 Sell This Version
WPCR16919 The D.O.C. No One Can Do It Better(CD, Album, RE) Ruthless Records WPCR16919 Japan 2015 Sell This Version
79 12754 The D.O.C. No One Can Do It Better(Cass, Album) Ruthless Records, Atlantic 79 12754 Canada 1989 Sell This Version
91275-2, 7 91275-2 The D.O.C. No One Can Do It Better(CD, Album, RP) Ruthless Records, Atlantic 91275-2, 7 91275-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
670.8221 The D.O.C. No One Can Do It Better(LP, Album) Atlantic 670.8221 Brazil 1989 Sell This Version



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May 4, 2009
Now THIS has to be the single most underrated hip-hop masterpiece of all time. Forget Chronic, AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted, Eazy-Duz It, and even good ol' Straight Outta Compton, this is by far the best thing ever to come out of the NWA family.

The DOC has one of the most amazing flows you could ever ask for in a rapper, and Dr. Dre's production in my opinion is at it's best here. It is truely funky, even funkier than Dre's 90's G-Funk material, this is just as funky as people like James Brown and George Clinton, this is just too cool.

Some of the younger kids might be dissapointed that there is very little cussing, and almost no Guns and Bitches in the lyrics (which I actually really like, since I am not the biggest fan of Gangsta Rap), but don't worry, the rest of the NWA posse (Ice Cube, MC Ren, DJ Yella, and Eazy "Muthaf**kin" E) are in full effect cussing and saying offensive things for the Grand Finale track at the end, which ends the LP on a fantastic note.

Absolutely incredible!