Ice Cube ‎– I Am The West

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1 A Boy Was Conceived (Intro)
Producer – John Murphy (2)Voice [Voice Over] – Keith David, Mike Epps
0:26
2 Soul On Ice
Producer – Tha BiznessVoice [Uncredited] – Keith David
3:39
3 Life In California
Backing Vocals – Domino, TigerDaWriterFeaturing – Jayo*, WCProducer – Dae One, Sir Jinx
4:02
4 She Couldn't Make It On Her Own
Featuring – Doughboy (2), OMG (4)Producer – Bangladesh
2:59
5 Urbanian
Producer – Track Bully
2:25
6 Y'all Know How I Am
Featuring – Doughboy (2), Maylay, OMG (4), WCProducer – DJ Montay
2:18
7 Too West Coast
Featuring – Maylay, WCProducer – Dee Underdue*, Teak "Da Beatsmith" Underdue*Voice [Uncredited] – Keith David
2:58
8 I Rep That West
Producer – Jigg*Vocals – Jigg*
4:32
9 Drink The Kool-Aid
Producer – Brandon AlexanderVoice [Uncredited] – Keith David
3:10
10 No Country For Young Men
Producer – Doughboy (2), Rocko (9)
4:14
11 It Is What It Is
Producer – DJ Montay
3:21
12 Hood Robbin'
Producer – TMix*Voice [Uncredited] – Mike Epps
3:45
13 Your Money Or Your Life
Producer – TMix*
3:24
14 Nothing Like L.A.
Producer – The Fliptones*
3:20
15 All Day, Every Day
Producer – Dee Underdue*, Teak "Da Beatsmith" Underdue*
2:21
16 Fat Cat
Producer – Jigg*
2:54

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©℗ 2010 Lench Mob Records

Track #4 contains a sample from " The Message" by Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 099964 188225
  • Matrix / Runout: 020 8691 2121
  • Matrix / Runout: LMR001CD
  • ASIN: B003NFM44E
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP76
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 7308

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LMR01CD, 509996 41882 2 5 Ice Cube I Am The West(CD, Album) Lench Mob Records, Damn It Feels Good To Be Independent LMR01CD, 509996 41882 2 5 UK & Europe 2010 Sell This Version

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Nostradamus7

Nostradamus7

August 26, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

Such a descent for the best rapper of all time. It has been clear for some time music takes a back seat to Cube's acting career. You can't blame him as that's where the money is, but I would prefer to have one good album every decade than the quality that has been put out starting with varying quality of Laugh Now Cry Later and since. Since Laugh Now there have been great verses but they are sparse, buried in second class instrumentals. I can't find myself to delete most of the songs on this album as there are some solid verses scattered about. In this album Ice Cube's two children appear (Doughboy & OMG). It's more than fair to say they have no talent inherited and their efforts here are lyrical and performance embarrassments. Worse yet is that this album continues a descent in quality, we will never have the old Cube back.
Oldskoolmc92

Oldskoolmc92

October 2, 2011

what only 2.8 points ?, first as i heard this album i thought wtf!!.. but now its a really cool album with cool banger sounds !!!