Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott* ‎– Supa Dupa Fly

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EastWest Records America ‎– 7559-62095-2
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1 Busta's Intro
Featuring – Busta Rhymes
1:53
2 Hit 'Em Wit Da Hee
Featuring – Lil' Kim
4:19
3 Sock It 2 Me
Featuring – Da Brat
4:17
4 The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) 4:11
5 Beep Me 911
Featuring – 702, Magoo (3)
4:57
6 They Don't Wanna Fuck Wit Me
Rap [Ad-libs] – Timbaland
3:18
7 Pass Da Blunt
Rap [Ad-libs] – Timbaland
3:17
8 Bite Our Style (Interlude) 0:43
9 Friendly Skies
Featuring – Ginuwine
4:59
10 Best Friends
Featuring – Aaliyah
4:07
11 Don't Be Commin' (In My Face) 4:11
12 Izzy Izzy Ahh 3:54
13 Why You Hurt Me 4:31
14 I'm Talkin' 5:02
15 Gettaway
Featuring – Nicole*, Space (2)
4:25
16 Busta's Outro
Featuring – Busta Rhymes
1:38
17 Missy's Finale 0:24

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Notes

Censored version.

The version of "Beep Me 911" has 702 and Magoo's vocals muted out.

"Supa Dupa Fly" is the clean version of the LP.

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djelectronix

djelectronix

March 9, 2017
Edited version is pretty decent for the most part. "Hit em with da Hee" has different lyrics for Missy's verse. There are a few disappointments, however, like "Sock It 2 Me" which is not the radio version with the chorus at the ens different lyrics for Da Brat's verse; instead, her verse has been edited rather poorly at that and her ending ad-libs have been muted. Not to mention "Beep Me 911" which mutes 702 and Magoo's verses instead of taking them out entirely, or using the official radio edit that censors the few profanities on the song and is trimmed down a bit with an earlier fade out.
However, the songs that did surprise me with the censorship are the rerecorded clean versions of the aforementioned "Hit em with da Hee" (except for Lil Kim's verse which surprisingly wasn't really explicit), Pass da Blunt, and my favorite "Izzy Izzy Aah". I believe "Gettaway" has some rerecorded verse too but I can't remember at the moment. "Supa Dupa Fly" is the official full-length clean edit. The album musically is great, Timbaland was at his peak with his spaced out, stripped down, drum-n-bass inspired production and Missy had a fun, bouncy flow as well as a marvelous singing voice. The major drawback was with her lyrics and delivery which were clearly still in development. She did step up her game in those categories in her next album, "Da Real World", which was one of her most critically acclaimed albums for a good reason. Great album, mixed feelings on editing, 7/10.