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Mobb DeepShook Ones Part II

Label:Loud Records – 07863-64315-1, Loud Records – 07863 64315-1, RCA Records Label – 07863-64315-1, RCA Records Label – 07863 64315-1, BMG – 07863-64315-1, BMG – 07863 64315-1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
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Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Thug Rap

Tracklist

A1Shook Ones, Part II (LP Version)4:27
A2Shook Ones, Part II (Instrumental)4:41
A3Shook Ones, Part II (A Cappella)3:49
B1Shook Ones, Part I (Original Version)4:13
B2Shook Ones, Part I (Instrumental)4:13
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© 1995 BMG Music.
Manufactured and distributed by BMG Music.
Published by Juvenile Hell Publishing (ASCAP).

Side A recorded at Battery Studios, NYC.
Mix engineering at Unique Studios, NYC.
Mastered at Absolute Audio, NYC.

Side B recorded at D&D Recording Studios, NYC.
Mixed at The Hit Factory.
Mastered at Hit Factory Mastering.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 078636431512
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 07863-64315-1-A IS LZ ABSOLUTE AUDIO SRC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 07863-64315-1-B IS LZ SRC
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 18)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Shook Ones (12", Promo)Loud RecordsRDAB-62902-1US1994
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"Shook Ones" Pt. II (12", Promo)Loud RecordsMD-1US1994
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Shook Ones (12", Promo, Unofficial Release)Not On Label (Mobb Deep)TTR-1081US1994
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Shook Ones Pt. II (Cassette, Single, Promo, Sonopress)Loud RecordsLD-1US1994
New Submission
Shook Ones (Cassette, Promo)Loud RecordsnoneUS1994

Reviews

  • collections's avatar
    collections
    R.I.P Prodigy. the legacy will live on... 90's hiphop forever!
    • humanagainchris's avatar
      A true classic but so overplayed..lazy dj's play it again and again.
      • Goonz's avatar
        Goonz
        Though Havoc was the producer, I agree it is classic and the beat is used used in many ciphers
        • globalgroove.co.uk's avatar
          Edited 10 years ago
          One of the pinnacles of Hip Hop,O.K some might feel that the subject is mad ignorant, but this is such a brilliant tune that no one can deny that the sublime ,sinister production from Prodigy.Twinned with his and Havocs' chilling verses they show how real and gritty N.Y Hip Hop could be,after the smoothed out (but also menacing) sound of the west coast had put it in the shadows.This is as good as New York boom bap,or indeed any,Hip Hop gets.And Mobb Deep would time and time again show how to produce exellent Hip Hop.Queens Bridge forever.