Dr. Dre ‎– Dre Day

Interscope Records ‎– PVL 53829, Death Row Records (2) ‎– none
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Dre Day (LP Version)
Featuring – Snoop*Vocals [Uncredited] – Jewell*
A2 Dre Day (Radio Mix)
Featuring – Snoop*Remix, Producer [Additional] – Dr. DreVocals [Uncredited] – Jewel*
A3 Puffin' On Blunts And Drankin' Tanqueray
Bass – Chris (The Glove) Taylor*Featuring – That Nigga Daz*, Kurupt, Rage*
B1 Dre Day (Extended Club Mix)
Rap [Additional] – RBX, Snoop*, Rage*Remix, Producer [Additional] – Chris (The Glove) Taylor*, Dr. DreVocals [Additional] – Jewell*, R.C.*
B2 One Eight Seven
Featuring – Snoop*

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Parental Advisory label was a sticker applied to the shrink and not printed on the actual jacket.

℗ ©1992 Interscope Records
Manufactured by Priority Records, Inc.

A1 & A2 mixed at Larrabee Sound Studios
A3 & B2 mixed at the Village Recorders
Mastered at Bernie Grundman

A3 unavailable on LP
B2 original track from the motion picture "Deep Cover"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 4992-53829-1 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 049925382914
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout): 53829-A S-27775
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout): 53829-B S-27776

Other Versions (5 of 16) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PVL 53829 Dr. Dre Dre Day(12", RP) Interscope Records PVL 53829 US 1992 Sell This Version
DRR 3829 Dr. Dre Dre Day(12", RE) Death Row Records (2) DRR 3829 US 2006 Sell This Version
DPRO 6661 Dr. Dre Dre Day(CD, Single, Promo) Interscope Records DPRO 6661 US 1992 Sell This Version
PVL 53829, none Dr. Dre Dre Day(12", RP) Interscope Records, Death Row Records (2) PVL 53829, none US 2004 Sell This Version
P4JM 53827 Dr. Dre Dre Day(Cass, Single) Interscope Records P4JM 53827 US 1992 Sell This Version



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December 1, 2010
Back in '93/'94, a couple of singles by Dr. Dre ("Dre Day" & "Let Me Ride") and one by Snoop ("What's My Name?") had this weird version on the singles called the "Extended Club Mix".

Now that title for someone who has listened to dance music isn't that uncommon, but in hiphop? Well yeah, I believe there was this phase in Dre's production that he was not just borrowing sounds from Parliament/Funkadelic, he was channeling them. They ran the track as usual and then tacked on more instrumentation, more vocals, more and heavier bass.

Now to be honest it was quite indulgent but for the fan of g-funk, this is quite a treat a few years on. For all I care Dre could have gone in knee deep and done a 20minute version, I would have enjoyed it.

Noted though is that b-side single "Puffin' On Blunts And Drankin' Tanqueray", while being 12 minutes is not 12minutes in reality. It's two parts and the first half is the vocal version and then the other half is the instrumental. Dre isn't present on the track much vocally and it's actually a Dre produced vehicle for Death Row artists Kurupt, Daz & Lady Of Rage. Good track either how with a nice laid back party atmosphere.