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Masta Ace IncorporatedSlaughtaHouse

Label:Delicious Vinyl – 14230-1
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2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
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Genre:Hip Hop
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Tracklist

A1A Walk Thru The Valley
ProducerUneek (2)
A2Slaughtahouse
Arranged ByAse*
FeaturingMC Negro, The Ignorant MC
ProducerUneek (2)
Voice [Interlude, Uncredited]Lord Digga, Paula Perry
A3Late Model Sedan
Co-producerAse*
ProducerLatief
A4Jeep Ass Niguh (Remix)
RemixAse*, Bluez Brothas*
B1The Big East
Co-producerAse*
ProducerThe Beatheads
Rap [Chorus, Uncredited]Lord Digga
B2Jack B. Nimble
ProducerAse*, Uneek (2)
B3Boom Bashin'
Co-producerUneek (2)
ProducerAse*
Rap [Chorus, Uncredited]Lord Digga
C1The Mad Wunz
ProducerAse*, Latief
Rap [Chorus, Uncredited]Lord Digga
C2Style Wars
Co-producerBluez Brothas*
ProducerAse*
Rap [Additional, Uncredited]Lord Digga
C3Who You Jackin'
FeaturingPaula Perry
ProducerBluez Brothas*
C4Rollin' Wit Um Dada
Co-producerLatief, Uneek (2)
ProducerAse*
D1Ain't You Da Masta
Co-producerAse*
ProducerThe Bluez Brothas*
D2Crazy Drunken Style
ProducerBluez Brothas*
RapLord Digga
Rap [Chorus, Uncredited]Eyce
D3Don't F*** Around (Outro)
ProducerAse*
Vocals [Uncredited]Leschea
D4Saturday Nite Live
FeaturingEyce, Lord Digga, Uneek (2)
ProducerUneek (2)
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Distributed by Big Beat Records, Inc.
Published by Damasta Music/Varry White Music (ASCAP).
Recorded and mixed at Firehouse Studio, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Backcover lists a track called "Diggadome (Intro)" between A2 & A3 spoken by Lord Digga.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 09417-14230-10
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side A): MASTERDISK TD SRC ST-BB-939015-A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side B): SRC ST-BB-939016-A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side C): SRC ST-BB-939017-A-1 1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side D): SRC ST-BB-939018-A-1 1-1
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Pressing Plant ID: SRC

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SlaughtaHouse (CD, Album)Delicious Vinyl92249-2US1993
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SlaughtaHouse (2×LP, Album, Promo, Clean Edits)Delicious VinylPR 5299US1993
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SlaughtaHouse (2×LP, Album, Test Pressing)Delicious Vinyl14230US1993
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SlaughtaHouse (CD, Album)4th & Broadway, Island RecordsBRCD 602, 518 289-2UK1993
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SlaughtaHouse (Cassette, Album)Delicious Vinyl92249-4US1993

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  • Davjt's avatar
    Davjt
    If anyone has an extra sleeve for sale please hit me up.
    Thanks!
    • stixvoll's avatar
      stixvoll
      One of the baddest LP's to come out in that decade. Here we see Ace disavow, almost, his "party hearty" Juice Crew style for a work of rap satire that works on so many levels...bought it on import when it dropped, lovely pressing and not a dud track on the whole LP. You got brag raps. You got Masta Ace's inimitable storytelling abilities. You got the GREAT "Incorporated" emcees--Lord Diggah, Paula Perry, Ice-E-Rock, Uneek...I remember hearing him dropping the funniest line on a pressed-up Stretch/Bobbito (? anyone feel free to correct me if they know what I'm on about!) freestyle sesh white label, something like: "Emcees get shook like Craig Mack's dermatologist!",......yo you could tell he'd been saving that one....anyway, a great, underrated LP that needs to be re-evaluated--hell, they fucking reissued/remastered Akinyele's Vagina Diner for it's 20th (?)/25th (?) anniversary, and as dope as that LP is I'm sorry but Slaughtahouse is the better LP, and I fuckin' LOVE Akinyele..."Checkmate", "Put It In Your Mouth", they were hawt and it's one of Large Pro's most fucking overlooked productions imho but I gotta go with Masta Ace in the: "REVIVIFY THIS JOINT IMMEDIATELY STAKES!". A satirical b-boy masterpiece conceptual anti-gangsta glorification record, dope emcees, just hype all the fucking way.
      I met Ace and saw him perform (mostly Juice Crew stuff, it has to be said; stuff from his first record) at Fresh 1998 in London; b-boy all-dayer, Scratch Perverts doing the whole team (Gang Starr): "HERE'S HOW IT GOES-WHICK-WHICKACHICKCHIK--HERE'S HOW IT GOES (flares)---HERE'S...HOW IT...GOES" routine when the four-man team then proceed to take the listener on a journey that started with a reconstruction of The Bridge Is Over bassline using the upfader (this was Mr. Thing iirc), can't remember much more, it was the middish nineties and Tony Vegas was dropping some fucking ill techniques, flares, crabs, you name it; as I recall Prime cuts bought it down to bring it back up to a reconstruction of a classic rap beat just using the four Perverts...pretty sure they just had one deck between them?! I may be wrong but I was at the front with a mate of mine who got pretty far into the UK DMC qualifiers in...'99, I wanna say? Ah, that was a good jam but Fresh '97 and '99 were pretty fucking incredible, blew me away to see All Natural perform at the former...What a great crew, what the hell happened to them?!
      • humanagainchris's avatar
        Edited 4 years ago
        would put this as a top 5 HH album of all time and. It constantly gets overlooked when people go on their usual 90s reminiscing. Easily one of the best produced albums of all time and unlike a lot of the releases from the same time it is pretty easy and cheap to get hold of. If you have never heard this and you claim to be a 90's HH connoisseur I would not take your opinion seriously.
        • Bigchamp69's avatar
          Bigchamp69
          Edited 6 years ago
          One of the best hip hop albums out there. This proper Hip Hop, not pop Hop ! Ace and crew keep it real, this album is deep and is full of vibes and messages! Full of character and a unique rhyme style by the whole crew. We all know Ace is a genius lyrically and is obviously the main man on this album, all of the tracks are so well produced, the style of Ace and crew just rolls over every beat oh so effortlessly. The story telling is sweet, was great when it dropped and still shines a light now! I do not want to single out any particular tracks but "Jack be nimble" "The Big East" "Saturday nite Live" "The mad wunz" and "Crazy drunken style" especially lord diggers verse are fire! One the best crews in hip hop at the time and one of best hip hop albums period a true classic. ACE is still sounds fresh today!!

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