Goodie Mob ‎– Soul Food

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LaFace Records ‎– LFLP-6018
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo, Stereo
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A1 Free
Written-By – Organized Noize, Thomas Burton
1:23
A2 Thought Process
Featuring – Andre 3000Written-By – Andre Benjamin, Cameron Gipp, Organized Noize, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
5:09
A3 Red Dog
Featuring – Big Boi
0:24
A4 Dirty South
Featuring – Big Boi, Cool Breeze (2)Written-By – Antwan Patton, Cameron Gipp, Frederick Bell, Organized Noize
3:34
A5 Guess Who
Written-By – Cameron Gipp, Organized Noize, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
4:47
B1 Cell Therapy
Written-By – Cameron Gipp, Organized Noize, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
4:38
B2 Serinity Prayer 0:09
B3 Fighting
Written-By – Cameron Gipp, Michael O. Johnson, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
5:46
B4 Blood
Written-By – Cameron Gipp, Organized Noize, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
0:52
B5 Live At The O.M.N.I.
Written-By – Cameron Gipp, Organized Noize, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
4:59
C1 Sesame Street
Written-By – Cameron Gipp, Organized Noize, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
4:36
C2 Rico 0:08
C3 The Coming
Featuring – WitchdoctorWritten-By – Cameron Gipp, Erin Johnson, Organized Noize, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
5:48
C4 Ceelo 0:28
C5 The Day After
Written-By – Cameron Gipp, Organized Noize, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
4:58
D1 Soul Food
Written By – B. BennettWritten-By – Cameron Gipp, Organized Noize, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
3:55
D2 Goodie Bag
Written-By – Cameron Gipp, Organized Noize, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
4:27
D3 Funeral 0:54
D4 I Didn't Ask To Come
Written-By – Cameron Gipp, Organized Noize, Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Willie Knighton
4:10

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PROMO ONLY on Labels
Blue Hyper Sticker on cover (see pics)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): LFLP-6018-SA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): LFLP-6018-SB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Label): LFLP-6018-SC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Label): LFLP-6018-SD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etched & Stamped): LFLP-6018-SA SPI -HFM 95- SRC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etched & Stamped): LFLP-6018-SB SPI SRC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Runout Etched & Stamped): LFLP-6018-SC SPI SRC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Runout Etched & Stamped): LFLP-6018-SD SPI SRC
  • Pressing Plant ID (All Sides Stamped): SRC (R & C inside the S)

Other Versions (5 of 18) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
73008-26018-2 Goodie Mob Soul Food(CD, Album) LaFace Records 73008-26018-2 US 1995 Sell This Version
GMB-482 Goodie Mob Soul Food Instrumentals(2xLP, Promo, RE, Unofficial) Not On Label GMB-482 US 2005 Sell This Version
73008-26018-2 Goodie Mob Soul Food(CD, Album, RP) LaFace Records 73008-26018-2 US 2003 Sell This Version
AC 6018 Goodie Mob Soul Food(Cass, Album, Club, Dol) LaFace Records AC 6018 Canada 1995 Sell This Version
73008-26018-2 Goodie Mob Soul Food(CD, Album, Club) LaFace Records 73008-26018-2 US 1995 Sell This Version

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lenngren

lenngren

March 13, 2020
edited 8 days ago

The hype sticker on this promo reads “Hardcore with a conscience straight from the ATL” and sure, why not? There are worse ways you could describe this. One could also say, if you don’t love this album you don’t get hip-hop! That might sound harsh but it’s the way I feel because it’s So. Damn. Good!

The beats feel alive, organic, not a second is wasted. If anything you want more. Like for example you wish they would have included the long version of “Blood” instead of just the snippet. All 4 mc’s have their own distinct style and they’re all dope. Cee-Lo felt like a star a few seconds into very his first verse (Git Up, Git Out). The other 3 are also mad skilled even if they don’t have his wide range. Khujo especially never got enough recognition if you ask me.

There’s no point highlighting my favourite tracks because I love this record from start to finish. “Soul Food” is exactly what the title promises. I think this album deserves to be mentioned when you discuss the best hip-hop albums ever released.
soulkings

soulkings

March 10, 2016
edited over 5 years ago

Stone Cold classic Hip Hop LP, kind of slept on. Gospel / Soul influenced, dirty south rappin' and singin', I'd say with anti establishment lyrics / slavery bashing. Beats; also using instruments, not only samples. Extremely consistant, no fillers and very well crafted LP that invites for repeat listenings. Cell Therapy was a minor hit back then, Serinity Prayer is my favourite. I'd would go as far as to state "the best OutKast LP OutKast never made..."

PROMO ONLY LP (!), which is highly recommended to all lovers of real hip-hop.