Warren GRegulate... G Funk Era

Label:Def Jam Recordings – 523 335-1, Violator Records – 523 335-1
Series:Def Jam 2000 Vinyl Re-Issues
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Gangsta, G-Funk


FeaturingNate Dogg
A2Do You See
FeaturingNate Dogg
A3Gangsta Sermon
FeaturingB-Tip, Ricky Harris
FeaturingTwinz (2)
A5Super Soul Sis
A6'94 Ho Draft
FeaturingB-Tip, Ricky Harris
A7So Many Ways
FeaturingDewayne*, Lady Levi
B1This D.J.
Backing VocalsG-Child, O.G.L.B.
B2This Is The Shack
Backing VocalsG-Child
FeaturingDove Shack
B3What's Next
FeaturingLil' Malik
B4And Ya Don't Stop
B5Runnin' Wit No Breaks
FeaturingJah-Skillz, Twinz (2)

Companies, etc.



Includes insert.
Numbered Sticker on front "Def Jam 2000 Vinyl Re-issues ..#.."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 31452 33351 3
  • Label Code: LC 00268
  • Rights Society: BIEM / MCPS

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Regulate... G Funk Era (CD, Album, Silver Hub)Violator, Rush Associated Labels314 523 335-2, 314-523-335-2US1994
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Regulate... G Funk Era (LP, Album)Violator, Rush Associated Labels314 523 335-1US1994
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Regulate... G Funk Era (CD, Album, Club Edition, Repress)Violator RecordsP2 23335Canada1994
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Regulate... G Funk Era (Cassette, Album)Island Records523 335-4UK & Ireland1994
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Regulate... G Funk Era (CD, Album)Violator, Rush Associated Labels523 335-2Europe1994



  • lionel_cosgrove's avatar
    Edited one month ago
    So I recently came across this reissue of the highly acclaimed and influential album, the original G-Funk piece, the father record, so to speak. Well ... think what you want. At least I feel it broke all boundaries for the big market. Mark me wrong. I don't own the first pressing, as I really had no desire to add it at the time, even though I recognized qualities and potential. I think by purchasing it and putting it on, it was the first time I heard it as a whole. Warren G isn't my greatest friend, but that's another story. The album starts, and I cringe ... “Regulate” is such a dead horse for me! It's a nifty song, but they played it to the max in ´94, so I immediately see the video and the sweet-sour face of the showcasing artist. However, it gets better and less shady, I would call it solid Long Beach chill stuff. The other hit here is “This D.J.”, I personally prefer it to the aforementioned Nate Dogg-collab. Also great are “This Is The Shack” with Dove Shack, from their own album and the sort of mold-breaking "Runnin' Wit No Breaks" with a sample, which the Dream Warriors most prominently used for their "California Dreamin´". Overall, a nice record that doesn't rock my world like others do, but certainly has a place in history and exudes a pretty tight atmosphere. The pressing does a good job in terms of bass and dynamics, most of the pieces from this era and sphere had been nicely mixed anyway, thanks to clever engineering and skillful controller work. So it would have been quite an art in itself to fuck it up.
    • Confederate's avatar
      This is a fine release. It sounds really good and has a very warm sound and nice dynamics and bass. I can recommend this release of this West Coast masterpiece. [ Playing this using an Ortofon 2M Black cartridge ]


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