Warren G ‎– Regulate... G Funk Era

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Violator Records ‎– 314 523 335-2, Rush Associated Labels ‎– 314-523-335-2
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1 Regulate
Guitar – Andreas StraubKeyboards – Greg GeitzenauerLead Vocals – Nate Dogg, Warren GWritten-By – N. Hale*, W. Griffin*
4:08
2 Do You See
Guitar – Andreas StraubKeyboards – Greg GeitzenauerLead Vocals – Nate Dogg, Warren GPerformer ["Mama Used To Say"] – Junior (2)Written-By – B. Carter*, N. Hale*, J. Giscombe*, W. Griffin*
3:59
3 Gangsta Sermon
Lead Vocals – B-Tip, Ricky Harris, Warren GWritten-By – R. Harris*, W. Griffin*
0:36
4 Recognize
Bass – Daniel ShulmanDrums – Carl "Butch" SmallGuitar – Che LairdKeyboards – Sean "Barney" ThomasLead Vocals – Deon*, Dewayne*, Warren GWritten-By – D. Williams*, D. Williams*, W. Griffin*
2:59
5 Super Soul Sis
Drums – Carl "Butch" SmallGuitar – Che Laird, Greg GeitzenauerPerformer ["Don't Stop"] – One Way Band*Written-By – J. Carthorn*, W. Griffin*Written-By ["Don't Stop"] – A. Hudson*
2:56
6 '94 Ho Draft
Lead Vocals – B-Tip, Ricky Harris, Warren GWritten-By – R. Harris*, W. Griffin*
1:00
7 So Many Ways
Keyboards – Greg Geitzenauer, Sean "Barney" ThomasLead Vocals – Dewayne*, Lady Levi, Warren GWritten-By – D. Williams*, W. Griffin*
3:24
8 This D.J.
Keyboards – Greg GeitzenauerLead Vocals – Warren GVocals – G-Child, O.G.L.B.Written-By – W. Griffin*
3:23
9 This Is The Shack
Backing Vocals – The Dove Shack*, G-ChildBass – Daniel ShulmanDrums – Carl "Butch" SmallGuitar – Andreas StraubKeyboards – Sean "Barney" ThomasLead Vocals – The Dove Shack*Written-By – A. Blunt*, G. Brown*, M. Makonie*, W. Griffin*
4:05
10 What's Next
Drums – Carl "Butch" SmallGuitar – Che LairdKeyboards – Sean "Barney" ThomasWritten-By – L. Edwards*, W. Griffin*
3:26
11 And Ya Don't Stop
Guitar – Che LairdLead Vocals – Warren GPerformer ["Janitzio"] – Don JulianWritten-By – D. Julian*, W. Griffin*
3:22
12 Runnin' Wit No Breaks
Bass – Tony Green (2)Guitar – Morris O'ConnorKeyboards – Greg GeitzenauerLead Vocals – Deon*, Dewayne*, Jah-Skillz, Warren GWritten-By – D. Williams*, D. Williams*, J. Carthorn*, W. Griffin*
3:32

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All songs recorded at Track Record, Inc. in North Hollywood, except:
Track 12: recorded at Saturn Sound in Burbank, CA.
Tracks 3, 6: recorded at Sound City in Van Nuys, CA.
All songs mixed at Track Record, Inc. in North Hollywood.
Edited at The Nut Ranch in Studio City, CA.
Additional recording at G-Child Studio in Long Beach.

Track 1: Warren G Publishing/Shug Publishing (ASCAP).
Track 2: Warren G Publishing/Shug Publishing/Colgems/EMI Music Inc. (ASCAP). Contains a sample from "Mama Used To Say" (B. Carter/G. Biscombe) Colgems-EMI Music, Inc. (ASCAP) as recorded by Junior, under license from Polygram Special Markets.
Tracks 3, 6, 8, 9: Warren G Publishing (ASCAP).
Track 4: Warren G Publishing/Wayniac Publishing/Tripploc Publishing (ASCAP).
Track 5: Warren G Publishing/Ain't Nuthin' Poppin' But The Rent (ASCAP). Contains a sample from "Don't Stop" (A. Hudson) Perks Music (admin. by Music Corp. of America (BMI), as recorded by One Way Band, under license from MCA Special Markets.
Track 7: Warren G Publishing/Wayniac Publishing (ASCAP).
Track 10: Warren G Publishing/Lil Hershey (adm. by Beane Tribe Publishing) (ASCAP).
Track 11: Warren G Publishing (ASCAP)/Cherryl Music (BMI). Contains a sample from "Janitzio" (D. Julian) Cherryl Music (BMI), as recorded by Don Julian, under license from Cherryl Music.
Track 12: Warren G Publishing/Wayniac Publishing/Tripploc Publishing/Ain't Nuthin' Poppin' But The Rent (ASCAP).

© 1994 Rush Associated Labels/℗ 1994 Rush Associated Labels/Manufactured and marketed by Rush Associated Labels/Distributed by Polygram Group Distribution, Inc.
Printed in USA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 314-523335-2 0
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society (Tracks 5, 11): BMI
  • Other (Back cover, insert): 0501
  • Matrix / Runout: 314 523 335-2 02% W

Other Versions (5 of 36) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
P2 23335 Warren G Regulate... G Funk Era(CD, Album, Club) Violator Records P2 23335 Canada 1994 Sell This Version
523 335-4 Warren G Regulate... G Funk Era(Cass, Album) Violator Records, Rush Associated Labels 523 335-4 Europe 1994 Sell This Version
B0008899-02 Warren G Regulate... G Funk Era (Special Edition)(2xCD, Album, RE) Def Jam Recordings B0008899-02 US 2007 Sell This Version
523 335-2 Warren G Regulate... G Funk Era(CD, Album, RP) Violator Records, Rush Associated Labels 523 335-2 UK Unknown Sell This Version
523 335-1 Warren G Regulate... G Funk Era(LP, Album) Violator Records 523 335-1 Brazil 1994 Sell This Version

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timelapse

timelapse

October 7, 2016
Can anybody shed any light on why this album sounds so similar to Dre's Chronic album? I can't seem to find any links on the credits.
budnik

budnik

May 6, 2008
This LP highlights just why todays hip-hop sucks so bad. There's no message, no funk, no bounce, no creativity.

This LP is a pure summer LP, the way each track is constructed is very clever, with some good samples worked with some very popular drums. Warren G is a very good producer, and he's not bad on the mic either. What really shines through on this album though, ulitmately, are the beats. It's quite obvious that Warren has an ear for good samples - even when he's using a record that been sampled many times before, he picks an obscure part of the sample. Check "Do You See" and the way Juniors "Mama Used To Say" Is used.

For me personally, this is one of the last great hip hop LP's.