Heavy D. & The Boyz ‎– Peaceful Journey

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MCA Records ‎– MCA 10289
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A1 Now That We Found Love
Backing Vocals – Aaron HallProducer – Teddy Riley
4:17
A2 Let It Rain
Co-producer – Heavy DProducer – Pete Rock
4:18
A3 I Can Make You Go Oooh
Co-producer – Heavy DProducer – Howie Tee
3:52
A4 Sister Sister
Backing Vocals – The FlexProducer – Marley Marl
4:39
A5 Don't Curse
Co-producer – Heavy DFeaturing – Big Daddy Kane, C.L. Smooth, Grand Puba, Kool G Rap, Q-TipProducer – Pete Rock
5:53
A6 Peaceful Journey
Backing Vocals – K-Ci & JoJoProducer – DJ Eddie F
6:05
B1 The Lover's Got What You Need
Backing Vocals – Akema Johnson, Perfection, The FlexProducer – Marley Marl
4:02
B2 Cuz He'z Alwayz Around
Co-producer – Heavy DProducer – Pete Rock
4:11
B3 Is It Good To You
Backing Vocals – Tammy LucasProducer – Teddy Riley
4:52
B4 Letter To The Future
Backing Vocals – Johnny GillCo-producer – Heavy DProducer – Pete Rock
4:49
B5 Swinging With Da Hevster
Producer – Marley Marl
4:20
B6 Body And Mind
Featuring – Daddy FreddyProducer – Dave "Jam" Hall, Nevelle
4:21
B7 Do Me, Do Me
Co-producer – Heavy DProducer – Pete Rock
4:11

Notes

Executive Producers: Andre Harrell, Heavy D. and DJ Eddie F.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MCA 10289 Heavy D. & The Boyz Peaceful Journey(LP, Album) MCA Records, Uptown Records MCA 10289 US 1991 Sell This Version
MCAC-10289, MCAC 10289 Heavy D. & The Boyz Peaceful Journey(Cass, Album, Dol) MCA Records, MCA Records MCAC-10289, MCAC 10289 US 1991 Sell This Version
MCAC-10289 Heavy D. & The Boyz Peaceful Journey(Cass, Album) MCA Records MCAC-10289 Philippines 1991 Sell This Version
929-1115 Heavy D. & The Boyz Peaceful Journey(LP, Album, Promo) MCA Records 929-1115 Ecuador 1991 Sell This Version
MCAC-10289 Heavy D. & The Boyz Peaceful Journey(Cass, Album) MCA Records MCAC-10289 Indonesia 1991 Sell This Version

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djrichmatthews

djrichmatthews

October 14, 2004
edited over 16 years ago

This is one of those albums that proves that rap truly is an art form. Of course we all know that, but even the biggest naysayers of the genre couldn't possibly listen to this album and not walk away wanting to wish everyone a "peaceful journey." The vocals from the Boyz and from guests like Johnny Gill, K-Ci & JoJo, Aaron Hall are flawless, as is D.'s delivery. To boot, the songs are positive (vs. the growing 'gangsta lean' mentality of the time that continues on to this day), the producers are all top-notch.... and Heavy & the Boyz managed to get two huge hits out of this ("Now" and "Good") -- both on the R&B charts and the pop charts -- the album went platinum AND... they didn't lose their hardcore.

Not bad for a peaceful journey through such a violent world.