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Snoop Doggy Dogg*Doggystyle

Label:Death Row Records (2) – DRR-LP-63094, eOne – DRR-LP-63094
Series:Vinyl Me, Please. Rap & Hip Hop – RH09
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM, Album, Club Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Brown & Mint Splatter
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Gangsta, G-Funk

Tracklist

A1Bathtub
A2G Funk Intro
A3Gin And Juice
Vocals [Additional Vocals]Dat Nigga Daz
A4Tha Shiznit
B5Lodi Dodi
Vocals [Additional Vocals]Nancy Fletcher
B6Murder Was The Case (Death After Visualizing Eternity)
FeaturingDat Nigga Daz
B7Serial Killa
FeaturingRBX, Tha Dogg Pound, D.O.C.*
C8Who Am I (What's My Name)?
C9For All My Niggaz & Bitches
FeaturingThe Lady Of Rage
PerformerTha Dogg Pound
C10Ain't No Fun (If The Homies Can't Have None)
FeaturingKurupt, Nate Dogg, Warren G
D11Doggy Dogg World
D12Gz And Hustlas
Backing VocalsNancy Fletcher
D13Pump Pump
FeaturingLil Malik*
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Hype sticker has a misprint stating the jacket is Heavyweight tip-on. The jacket is actually wide spine, single pocket with embossing.
Tracks numbered continuously across sides.

Sticker:
- 25th Anniversary Reissue
- Brown & Mint Splatter Vinyl
- Heavyweight Tip-On Jacket (see note above)
- Exclusive Stencil

℗ & © 2018 Entertainment One U.S., LP • Manufactured by eOne Music • 10 Harbor Park Drive, Port Washington, NY 11050

Mastering credit taken from the VMP website.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 728706309417
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 170563M1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 170563M2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, stamped): 170563M3/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, stamped): 170563M4/A

Other Versions (5 of 117)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Doggystyle (LP, Album, Reissue)Death Row Records (2), Interscope Records92279-1US1993
Doggystyle (CD, Album)Death Row Records (2), Interscope RecordsCD 92279Canada1993
Doggystyle (CD, Album)Interscope Records, Death Row Records (2)6544-92279-2Europe1993
Doggystyle (Cassette, Album, Repress)Death Row Records (2)92279-4US1993
Doggystyle (CD, Album)Death Row Records (2), Interscope Records6544-92279-2Europe1993
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mokshahereicome
This is better than the original LP. There I said it. 45 and analog master. I’m not into colored vinyl but I haven’t noticed any problems at all. Spectacular pressing and the best one you can get of this album.
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jperkins0236
This is one of the best sounding records, if not the best, in my whole collection.
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ats916
This is definitely one of the best sounding records in my collection. Whoever did the mastering for vinyl hit it out of the park I would highly recommend this pressing especially since it's 2xLP 45 rpm. Haven't heard the other pressings but I would imagine that this is the superior one.
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Brian7411
Edited one year ago
This is by far one of the best sounding records of my collection. I entirely rediscovered the album, and will never go back to the digital remasters that suck the life out of those tracks. Lodi Dodi sounds incredible, and I heard for the first time the reverbs on the drums in Murder was the Case.

I hope Vinyl Me are planning on pressing The Chronic !
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lotr121
Probably the best pressing of this you'll find other than a original issue. Great sound, sleeve is very cool as well. I found an article online from Vinyl Me Please stating this was remastered from the original tapes. For anyone interested, the omission of "Gz Up, Hoes Down" is universal after the initial release, as Death Row had to remove it due to sample clearance issues.
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puremusicfinder
Sounds great. One of my favorite records of all time. VMP does the music justice with the amazing pressing.
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midnightrunner
I bought a copy of this album after my friend Jeremy played me it. It's really good!! However, if your mam is like mine and a very religious lady, you will need to hide this album away from her as all of the swearing and the unsavoury picture it paints of living in the war-torn streets of south central LA are likely to cause offence. My advice is not to hide it under your mattress though. While this may seem like the ideal place to stash an explicit album (because it is flat) I would recommend against it after what happened when mine was hidden under my mattress. My mam's toyboy Gavin had his young 3-year old son from another relationship 'Tristan' to stay for the weekend, and I was demoted to the sofa so that 'Tristan' could sleep in my bed. Needless to say, he wasn't potty-trained (and still isn't, even though he is now almost 5) and he wet the bed. This wouldn't have been so bad, but he had drunk approx. 2.5 litres of Pepsi before going to sleep, so there was A LOT of wee. Of course, my copy of Doggystyle was a sodden mess when I eventually rescued it, and to this day it still absolutely stinks of wee.
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sethelkins
Aside from the song "Gz Up, Hoes Down" being excluded, this is a fantastic pressing. I've never heard the OG pressing, but this is damn good.

This release is now listed as "Out of Stock" on the VMP website.
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greghead
Fantastic pressing off an ace mastering job. Jacket is ok but not really much of a downside considering how *good* the album sounds. Get yourself a copy of this before the price goes up.
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AliceCooper98
great pressing sound is wicked and vinyl is beautiful. was pretty disappointed in the sleeve however. i almost never by sleeves that just shove 2lps in a normal size jacket and if it mentioned it was going to be like that i likely wouldnt have bought it. specifically said on the website it was a tip on gatefold. they said i could return it but just sounds too damn good.