N.W.A* ‎– 100 Miles And Runnin'

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100 Miles And Runnin' 4:30
Just Don't Bite It 5:26
Sa Prize (Part 2) 5:59
Real Niggaz 5:25
Kamurshol 1:56

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EVL7224 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(12", EP) Ruthless Records, Priority Records EVL7224 US 1990 Sell This Version
663 795 N.W.A. 100 Miles And Runnin' (CD, Maxi) 4th & Broadway 663 795 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
EVL7224 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(12", EP) Ruthless Records, Priority Records EVL7224 US 1990 Sell This Version
12 BRW 200, 878 557-1 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(12", EP) 4th & Broadway, 4th & Broadway 12 BRW 200, 878 557-1 UK 1990 Sell This Version
613795 (3A) N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(12", Maxi) 4th & Broadway, BMG Ariola S.A. 613795 (3A) Spain 1990 Sell This Version
613 795 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(12", Maxi) Island Records, 4th & Broadway 613 795 Germany 1990 Sell This Version
CDS7224 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(CD, EP) Ruthless Records, Priority Records CDS7224 US 1990 Sell This Version
848 012-2 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(CD, EP) Island Records, 4th & Broadway, Priority Records 848 012-2 Australasia 1990 Sell This Version
CDS7224 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(CD, EP, Lon) Ruthless Records, Priority Records CDS7224 US 1990 Sell This Version
BRCD 200 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(CD, Maxi) 4th & Broadway BRCD 200 UK 1990 Sell This Version
E4V 7224 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(Cass, EP) Ruthless Records, Priority Records E4V 7224 US 1990 Sell This Version
EMZ-772 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(Cass, EP) Ruthless Records EMZ-772 Australia 1990 Sell This Version
EVL 7224 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin’(12", EP, RE) Ruthless Records, Priority Records EVL 7224 US 2002 Sell This Version
B0023135-01 N.W.A. 100 Miles And Runnin'(12", RE) Ruthless Records B0023135-01 US 2015 Sell This Version
B0023094-02 N.W.A. 100 Miles And Runnin'(CD, EP, RE) Priority Records B0023094-02 US 2015 Sell This Version
CDS7224 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(CD, EP, RE) Ruthless Records, Priority Records CDS7224 US Unknown Sell This Version
2120 N.W.A* 100 Miles And Runnin'(Cass, Unofficial) Michael 2120 Thailand Unknown Sell This Version

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RODEOLOWRIDA

RODEOLOWRIDA

April 2, 2017
referencing 100 Miles And Runnin', 12", EP, EVL7224
You like racist rap about killing cops , well this lp is for you.
thedaynos

thedaynos

January 31, 2017
referencing 100 Miles And Runnin', 12", EP, EVL7224
This pressing sounds a little faster than it should. Most people will not recognize it, but since I've listened to this EP maybe 1,000 times or more, it sounds very obvious to me. Still, it's worth it to own the OG version of a classic like this.
DJHanz

DJHanz

July 12, 2010
referencing 100 Miles And Runnin', 12", EP, EVL7224
Every song on this EP is worth importing to your device. Even if this album was a teaser. In fact, every song N.W.A. has written is great and worth listening to.
djrun

djrun

August 19, 2004
edited over 12 years ago
referencing 100 Miles And Runnin', CD, EP, CDS7224
100 Miles and Runnin' is N.W.A.'s third official album release in 1990 on Ruthless Records. Prior to the recording phase, all of the group members had just signed a long-term contract with the Ruthless Records label. However Ice Cube refused to the terms and consequently went his own way shortly. Although the album was released as an E.P., it nevertheless hit the charts and sold over 250,000 copies, reaching gold status (a feat that is not surprising considering the fact that the group was gaining more popularity as frontrunners of the increasingly trendy genre of gangsta rap). 100 Miles and Runnin' was the first N.W.A. release after Ice Cube had left the group a year earlier. Roots of the N.W.A. vs. Ice Cube animosity originated here with subtle negative references to the ex-member such as, "We started with five but yo, one couldn't make it / Now there's four because the fifth couldn't take it". The title track "100 Miles and Runnin'" became the song that got the group major airtime on the radio and TV with an accompanied music video. Dr. Dre, who was working with The D.O.C. and Above the Law around the same time, shines in his production with the usual funk breakbeats and the slow synth groove on "Just Don't Bite It". A sadistic parody of the police on a skit featuring The D.O.C. from the group's 1-900 hotline introduces "Sa Prize, Pt. 2", a sequel to the controversial "F-ck the Police" originally off of the Straight Outta Compton album. Some of Eazy's greatest deliveries with the N.W.A. are found on this album. MC Ren and The D.O.C. provided the hard-hitting lyrics for Eazy-E and Dr. Dre. In the end, the album served to anticipate the group's upcoming album, Efil4zaggin. Later in 1990, on Ice Cube's solo debut AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted, replied attacks towards the N.W.A. were voiced by Cube and Da Lench Mob setting off an ongoing beef that remained up until 1994.
djrun

djrun

July 13, 2004
edited over 12 years ago
referencing 100 Miles And Runnin', 12", EP, EVL7224
100 Miles and Runnin' is N.W.A.'s third official album release in 1990 on Ruthless Records. Prior to the recording phase, all of the group members had just signed a long-term contract with the Ruthless Records label. However Ice Cube refused to the terms and consequently went his own way shortly. Although the album was released as an E.P., it nevertheless hit the charts and sold over 500,000 copies, reaching gold status (a feat that is not surprising considering the fact that the group was gaining more popularity as frontrunners of the increasingly trendy genre of gangsta rap). 100 Miles and Runnin' was the first N.W.A. release after Ice Cube had left the group a year earlier. Roots of the N.W.A. vs. Ice Cube battles originated here with subtle negative references to the ex-member. The title track "100 Miles and Runnin'" became the song that got the group major airtime on the radio and TV with the music video. Dr. Dre, who had just finished working with The D.O.C. and Above the Law, shines in his production with the usual funk breakbeats and the slow synth groove on "Just Don't Bite It". A sadistic parody of the police on a skit featuring The D.O.C. from the group's 1-900 hotline introduces "Sa Prize, Pt. 2", a sequel to the controversial "F-ck the Police" originally off of the Straight Outta Compton album. Some of Eazy's greatest deliveries with the N.W.A. are found on this album. MC Ren and The D.O.C. provided the hard-hitting lyrics for Eazy-E and Dr. Dre. In the end, the album served to anticipate the group's upcoming album, Efil4zaggin. Later in 1990, on Ice Cube's solo debut AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted, replied attacks towards the N.W.A. were voiced by Cube and Da Lench Mob setting off an ongoing beef that remained up until 1994.