OutKast ‎– Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik

LaFace Records ‎– 88843042641
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, 180 gram

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A1 Peaches (Intro)
Voice – Peaches (5)
A2 Ain't No Thang
Backing Vocals – Patrick "P-Funk" Brown*Mixed By – Sean "Shy Boy" Davis*Mixed By [Assistant] – John "Bernasky" Wall*Scratches – Mr. D.J.*
A3 Welcome To Atlanta (Interlude) 0:58
A4 Southernplayalisticadillacmusik
Backing Vocals – Brandon Bennett*, Debra Killings, Tony "T-Bone" Hightower*Guitar – Edward StroudMixed By [Assistant] – John "Bernasky" Wall*, Leslie BrathwaitePiano – Kenneth WrightRecorded By [Assistant] – Mark HawleySaxophone – Jeff Sparks
A5 Call Of Da Wild
Backing Vocals – Thomas "Cee-Lo" Burton*Featuring – The Goody Mob*Recorded By [Assistant] – John "Bernasky" Wall*, Mark HawleyWritten-By – T. Barnett*, T. Burton*, W. Knighton*
A6 Player's Ball (Original)
Backing Vocals – Society Of SoulEdited By – Jon Marett, Sean "Shy Boy" Davis*Guitar – Edward StroudRecorded By [Assistant] – Sean DavisVoice – Peaches (5)
A7 Claimin' True
Backing Vocals – OutKast, Patrick "P-Funk" Brown*Mixed By [Assistant] – John "Bernasky" Wall*, Organized NoizeRecorded By [Assistant] – Mark Hawley
B1 True Dat (Interlude) 1:16
B2 Crumblin' Erb
Backing Vocals – Brandon Bennett*, Patrick "P-Funk" Brown*Recorded By [Assistant] – Mark Hawley
B3 Funky Ride
Guitar – Edward StroudRecorded By [Assistant] – Mark HawleyVocals [Additional] – Debra Killings
B4 Git Up , Git Out
Backing Vocals – Thomas "Cee-Lo" Burton*Bass – Marq Jefferson*Featuring – The Goody Mob*Mixed By – Alvin SpeightsWritten-By – C. Gipp*, T. Burton*
B5 Hootie Hoo
Bass – Colin WolfeMixed By [Assistant] – John "Bernasky" Wall*Recorded By [Assistant] – Mark Hawley

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Limited edition, numbered 180 gram LP
20th Anniversary of the Seminal Hip Hop Classic

Released for 2014 Record Store Day

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 88843042641
  • Matrix / Runout (etched, side A): 88843042641-A
  • Matrix / Runout (etched, side B): 88843042641-B
  • Matrix / Runout (printed on label, A): 88843042641A
  • Matrix / Runout (printed on label, B): 88843042641B

Other Versions (5 of 19) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
73008-26010-2 OutKast Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik(CD, Album) LaFace Records 73008-26010-2 US 1994 Sell This Version
73008-26010-2 OutKast Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik(CD, Album, Club) LaFace Records 73008-26010-2 US 1994 Sell This Version
none OutKast Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik(LP, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (OutKast) none Germany Unknown Sell This Version
MOVLP1084 OutKast Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik(LP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Music On Vinyl, LaFace Records MOVLP1084 Europe 2014 Sell This Version
73008-26010-4 OutKast Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik(Cass, Album) LaFace Records 73008-26010-4 US 1994 Sell This Version


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October 29, 2018
Agreed, this is definitely not 180 gram weight , ,


March 18, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

Is this really 180g? Feels flimsier than that . .


September 18, 2014
is anyone familiar with the chopped and screwed version of this album?? Outkast - Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (20th Anniversary Edition C&S)


July 25, 2014
I'm surprised by how many people are complaining about the sound quality of this release. There are so many extremely popular hip-hop releases, reissues included, that sound much, much worse than this one (some of which are practically unlistenable) but I see no complaints on any of those release pages. For the record, I am usually the first to complain about this sort of thing.


June 2, 2014
Apparently this release has a standard re-issue now? Anyone care to confirm?


May 1, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
As usual, noz said it best:

"…avoid the Outkast album entirely. As with the original promo-only vinyl release, this new pressing omits a few songs to squeeze the rest onto a single disc. I’m going to assume the sound quality is as compromised as it was on the original too. This is precisely why Record Store Day is a complete waste of time and plastic - rather than taking the opportunity to give one of the greatest albums of all time a proper remaster across a double LP so people can, y’know, actually hear it in all its glory they give us a stamped and numbered limited edition trophy item to hang on the wall (or resell on Ebay)." — Andrew Nosnitsky



April 26, 2014

I wasted my money, don't waste yours. I will never listen to this piece of vinyl ever again. Without a doubt the worst quality pressing I have ever heard.


April 25, 2014

I have to agree with what the previous posters wrote - the local record joint was charging $27 for this, I bought it and it the worst quality record I have ever heard (sound quality is to low and has to be played much higher then OG pressings of this album = OG plays fine at 10 this has to be played at 13/14 in order to compensate for the low hissy quality, to be honest not worth listing to or the money I paid for it - complete ripoff if you ask me. lewisskolnick is correct this should have been a 2XLP right now its an overpriced RSD trinket if you ask me.


April 21, 2014
Sound quality fail... Still a great album, but ahould have been a 2xlp.


April 19, 2014
This pressing is god awful. There's just no output, not even with a +12dB gain adjustment. What a rip off.