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Dizzee RascalBoy In Da Corner

Label:XL Recordings – XLLP170
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop
Style:Grime

Tracklist

A1Sittin' Here
Written-ByD. Mills*
4:04
A2Stop Dat
Backing VocalsArmour (2)
Written-ByD. Mills*
3:39
A3I Luv U
Vocals [Additional]Jeanine Jacques
Written-ByD. Mills*
4:04
A4Brand New Day
Written-ByD. Mills*
3:59
B12 Far
FeaturingWiley (2)
Written-ByD. Mills*, R. Cowie*
3:07
B2Fix Up, Look Sharp
Written-ByB. Squire*, D. Mills*, N. Detnon*
3:45
B3Cut 'Em Off
Written-ByD. Mills*
3:53
B4Hold Ya Mouf'
FeaturingGod's Gift*
Written-ByD. Mills*, J. Dowe*
2:55
C1Round We Go
Co-producerChubby Dread
Written-ByD. Hector*, D. Mills*
4:11
C2Jus' A Rascal
Co-producerTaz (6), Vanguard (4)
FeaturingTaz (6)
Written-ByD. Mills*, T. Rowe*, V. Vardoen*
3:39
C3Wot U On ?
Vocals [Additional]Caramel (3)
Written-ByD. Mills*
4:49
D1Jezebel
Written-ByD. Mills*
3:37
D2Seems 2 Be
Vocals [Additional]Claire Cottrell
Written-ByD. Mills*
3:46
D3Live O
Written-ByD. Mills*
3:33
D4Do It!
Written-ByD. Mills*
4:05
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Credits

Notes

All tracks written & produced by Dizzee Rascal for Dirtee Stank Productions
Engineered, mixed & additional production by Mr. Cage for Belly Of The Beast Productions

Except:
Track A2: Backing vocals by Armour (Nasty Crew)
Track A3: Additional vocals by Jeanine Jacques
Track B1: Featuring Wiley
Track B2: Contains a sample of "The Big Beat" by Billy Squire.
Track B4: Featuring God's Gift
Track C1: Co-produced by Chubby Dread for Platinum 45's
Track C2: Featuring Taz. Co-produced by Taz & Vanguard
Track C3: Additional Vocals by Caramel
Track D2: Additional Vocals by Claire Cottrell

The copyright in this recording is owned by XL Recordings Ltd
(P) 2003 XL Recordings Ltd (C) 2003 XL Recordings Ltd.
All rights reserved. Made in England.

Recorded between October 2001 & March 2003 at Raskits Lair / Belly of the Beast Studios. London. UK.
Mixed in April 2003 at www.kenwoodstudios.co.uk Sheffield. UK

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 34904 01701 9
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, hand-etched): XLLP 180 A-1 MIKE'S™–THE EXCHANGE DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, hand-etched): XLLP 180 B-1 MIKE'S™–THE EXCHANGE DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, hand-etched): XLLP 180 C-1 MIKE'S™–THE EXCHANGE DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, hand-etched): XLLP 180 D-1 MIKE'S™–THE EXCHANGE DAMONT

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Boy In Da Corner (CD, Album)XL Recordings, Dirtee Stank Recordings, Platinum ProjectsXLCD170UK2003
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Boy In Da Corner (Clean Version) (CDr, Album, Promo)XL RecordingsnoneUK2003
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Boy In Da Corner (CD, Album)XL Recordings, Dirtee Stank Recordings, Platinum ProjectsXLCD170Europe2003
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Boy In Da Corner (CD, Album, Stereo)XL Recordings, Soyuz MusicXLCD170Russia2003
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Boy In Da Corner (CD, Album)XL RecordingsXLCD170JJapan2003

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Reviews

  • djased1's avatar
    djased1
    Can anyone recommend which Vinyl pressing to get? Is the original, black vinyl the only good-sounding one?
    Is the 20th anniversary good if I ignore the quality of the third bonus lp?
    • Braast's avatar
      Braast
      He did that at the age of 17 !? That's the best grime album ever recorded !
      • Dbxmix's avatar
        Dbxmix
        This will always be his best work, so fresh and relative to real life on the streets.
        • SLAWEK.PL's avatar
          SLAWEK.PL
          For me this album is pure musical jewel in crown. Everything sounds very fresh and very modern. Fat uk speed garage/rave/hardcore beats with awesome Dizzee's flow, masterpiece ,higher level than everything else in grime subgenre.
          • Ridiculoid's avatar
            Ridiculoid
            Edited 17 years ago
            Dizzee's first cristalizes the urban paranoia and bad vibes of the east end through a sound that is as punk as hip hop gets, crafting an album that joins Roots Manuva and Techno Animal in the campaign for the destruction of corporate rap, and proves that the old continent is starting to generate its own personal, non-derivative hip hop artists. once again it is demonstrated that only underground hip hop stays true to the essence of the culture while looking forward. don't chek it and you'll be missing something

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