Erykah Badu ‎– New Amerykah: Part One (4th World War)

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Universal Motown ‎– B0010800-01, Control Freaq Records ‎– B0010800-01
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Amerykahn Promise
Co-producer – Edwin Birdsong, William AllenProducer – Roy AyersProducer [Additional Production] – E. Badu*, Mike "Chav" Chavarria*Vocals – Ramp (3)
4:16
A2 The Healer
Producer – Madlib
3:57
A3 Me
Guitar – Jeff Lee Johnson*Horns – Roy Hargrove
5:38
A4 My People
Drums [Talking Drum] – E. Badu*Percussion, Drums [Talking Drum] – Josef Liemberg*Producer – Madlib
3:25
B1 Soldier
Backing Vocals – Alfredo Grey*, Kay K Rosemond, Mike "Chav" Chavarria*Producer – Karriem Riggins
5:03
B2 The Cell 4:20
B3 Twinkle
Guitar – Jeff Lee Johnson*, Omar A Rodriguez-Lopez*Producer – Mike "Chav" Chavarria*, Taz Arnold
6:56
C1 Master Teacher
Programmed By, Keyboards – Shafiq HusaynVocals – Ty & KoryVocals, Keyboards – Georgia Anne Muldrow
6:42
C2 That Hump
Drums [Trap Drums] – Karreim Riggins*Keyboards [Fender Rhodes, Juno 106], Bass [Synth Bass, Roland Sh-101], Drums [Trap Drums] – Om'Mas KeithProducer – Om'Mas Keith
5:30
D1 Telephone
Bass – Michael Elazondo*Drums – Ahmir "? Luv" Thompson*Guitar – Mike "Chav" Chavarria*Producer – Ahmir Thompson*, James Poyser
7:15
D2 Honey (Bonus Track) 5:21

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℗ © 2007 Universal Motown Records

The durations printed on back cover and labels (A/3:40/3:59/4:24/3:25) (B/3:55/3:36/4:02) (C/3:37/5:19) (D/6:53/4:28) are incorrect, mostly too short. The actually entered durations have been counted by recording and cutting the tracks!

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 02517 62592 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): B0010800-01-LP1A RJ STERLING 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): B0010800-01-LP1B RJ STERLING 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): B0010800-01-LP2A RJ STERLING 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): B0010800-01-LP2B RJ STERLING 2

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keepitvinyl

keepitvinyl

July 19, 2017
One of her better albums... I couldn't get hold of it straightaway but it was worth the wait. I heard that neither Badu's label or her fans were to keen on this but to me this album is killer! Part 2 played it too safe and other ones after seemed like she was trying too hard.? THIS is the perfect balance between forward retro and solid funk sounds!
somesounds

somesounds

December 25, 2012
Is there a non-defective copy of this vinyl in existence? I've bought three different copies from different sources and they have all been warped and/or poorly pressed with ample surface noise.