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Biz MarkieI Need A Haircut

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Tracklist

To My Boys5:10
Road Block3:56
Let Go My Eggo3:54
What Comes Around Goes Around4:05
Romeo And Juliet3:42
T.S.R. (Toilet Stool Rap)2:34
Busy Doing Nuthin'3:53
I Told You3:55
Buck Wild4:31
Kung Fu5:00
Take It From The Top6:44
Alone Again2:51
On And On5:14

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Cover of I Need A Haircut, 1991, VinylI Need A Haircut
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Cold Chillin' – 7599-26648-1, Warner Bros. Records – 7599-26648-1Europe1991Europe1991
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Cover of I Need A Haircut, 1991, CDI Need A Haircut
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Warner Bros. Records – 7599-26648-2, Cold Chillin' – 7599-26648-2Europe1991Europe1991
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Cover of I Need A Haircut, 1991, VinylI Need A Haircut
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Cold Chillin' – PRO-A-5179, Warner Bros. Records – PRO-A-5179US1991US1991
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Cover of I Need A Haircut, 1991, CDI Need A Haircut
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Cold Chillin' – 9 26648-2, Warner Bros. Records – 9 26648-2US1991US1991
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Cover of I Need A Haircut, 1991, CassetteI Need A Haircut
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Cold Chillin' – 9 26648-4, Cold Chillin' – 4-26648US1991US1991
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Cover of I Need A Haircut, 1991, CassetteI Need A Haircut
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Warner Bros. Records – 92-66484, Cold Chillin' – 92-66484Canada1991Canada1991
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I Need A Haircut
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Cold Chillin' – 7599-26648-4Germany1991Germany1991
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Cover of I Need A Haircut, 1991, CDI Need A Haircut
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Cold Chillin' – 9 26648-2, Warner Bros. Records – 9 26648-2US1991US1991
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Cover of I Need A Haircut, 1995, CDI Need A Haircut
CD, Album, Reissue
Cold Chillin' – CCCD 9000US1995US1995
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Cover of I Need A Haircut, 1995, VinylI Need A Haircut
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Cold Chillin' – CC9000US1995US1995
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Cover of I Need A Haircut, 1995, VinylI Need A Haircut
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Cold Chillin' – CC9000US1995US1995
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Cover of I Need A Haircut, 1995, CassetteI Need A Haircut
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Cold Chillin' – CC9000US1995US1995
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  • HANKYDJ's avatar
    HANKYDJ
    Edited one year ago
    I bought a new unopened Biz Markie - Goin Off LP and got a copy of this inside instead.
    • robcali69's avatar
      robcali69
      This sample Alone Again definitely wasn't worth getting sued for. that for certain.
      • DVSG2's avatar
        DVSG2
        This album forever changed the hip-hop industry because of the album's 12th track, "Alone Again." Biz was served a lawsuit by Gilbert O'Sullivan because of "Alone Again" featuring an unauthorized sample from his song "Alone Again (Naturally)." The resulting case was Grand Upright Music, Ltd. v. Warner Bros. Records Inc., in which the court granted an injunction against the defendants to prevent further copyright infringement of the plaintiff's song by sampling and referred them for criminal prosecution. The judgment changed the hip hop music industry, requiring that any future music sampling be pre-approved by the original copyright owners to avoid a lawsuit. Biz would poke fun at his misfortunes, titling his next album All Samples Cleared!

        After Cold Chillin' ended its deal with Warner, the album was re-pressed without the illegal track.

        (From Wikipedia) I just figured it might interest some of you, and it's relevant as well..
        • pyenapple's avatar
          pyenapple
          Biz bein' Biz. A pretty decent album with a few standouts. "Let Go My Eggo" is nice, "What Comes Around Goes Around" is decent and makes sense as a single, personally I really love "Buck Wild" and "Kung Fu" off side 2. There are a few uninspired by-the-numbers filler songs, though. And although "Toilet Stool Rap" probably seemed like a good idea to the Biz at the time, it is never a good idea to rap about diarrhea. Just don't do it. Who made that song a single? Jeez.