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OutKastSouthernplayalisticadillacmuzik

Label:LaFace Records – 73008-26010-2
Format:
CD, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop
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Tracklist

1Peaches (Intro)
VoicePeaches (5)
0:51
2Myintrotoletuknow
Recorded By [Assistant]Mark Hawley
2:40
3Ain't No Thang
Backing VocalsPatrick "P-Funk" Brown*
Mixed BySean "Shy Boy" Davis*
Mixed By [Assistant]John "Bernasky" Wall*
ScratchesMr. D.J.*
5:39
4Welcome To Atlanta (Interlude)0:58
5Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik
GuitarEdward Stroud
Mixed By [Assistant]John "Bernasky" Wall*, Leslie Brathwaite
PianoKenneth Wright
Recorded By [Assistant]Mark Hawley
SaxophoneJeff Sparks
5:18
6Call Of Da Wild
Backing VocalsThomas "Cee-Lo" Burton*
FeaturingThe Goody Mob*
Recorded By [Assistant]John "Bernasky" Wall*, Mark Hawley
Written-ByT. Barnett*, T. Burton*, W. Knighton*
6:06
7Player's Ball (Original)
Backing VocalsSociety Of Soul
GuitarEdward Stroud
Recorded By [Assistant]Sean Davis
VoicePeaches (5)
4:21
8Claimin' True
Backing VocalsOutKast, Patrick "P-Funk" Brown*
Mixed By [Assistant]John "Bernasky" Wall*, Organized Noize
Recorded By [Assistant]Mark Hawley
4:43
9Club Donkey Ass (Interlude)0:25
10Funky Ride
GuitarEdward Stroud
Recorded By [Assistant]Mark Hawley
Vocals [Additional]Debra Killings
6:31
11Flim Flam (Interlude)1:15
12Git Up, Git Out
Backing VocalsThomas "Cee-Lo" Burton*
BassMarq Jefferson*
FeaturingThe Goody Mob*
Mixed ByAlvin Speights
Written-ByC. Gipp*, T. Burton*
7:27
13True Dat (Interlude)1:16
14Crumblin' Erb
Recorded By [Assistant]Mark Hawley
5:10
15Hootie Hoo
BassColin Wolfe
Mixed By [Assistant]John "Bernasky" Wall*
Recorded By [Assistant]Mark Hawley
3:59
16D.E.E.P.
Mixed ByAlvin Speights
Mixed By [Assistant]Kevin Parker, Leslie Brathwaite
Recorded By [Assistant]Mark Hawley
5:31
17Player's Ball (Reprise)
Mixed By [Assistant]John Frye
PianoKenneth Wright
Recorded By [Assistant]Mark Hawley
VoicePeaches (5)
2:20
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"Flim Flam (Interlude)" samples "Ghetto Head Hunta" by Parental Advisory.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 73008-26010-2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 730082601023
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 73008260102 4/94 1DA2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 73008260102 6/94 4DA1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): 73008260102 4/94 2DA3

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (LP, Album)LaFace Records73008-26010-1US1994
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Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (CD, Album)LaFace/Arista, Bertelsmann Music Group73008 26010 2Europe1994
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Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (CD, Album, Club Edition)LaFace RecordsARCD 6010US1994
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Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (Cassette, Album, Timer °°°°°)LaFace Records73008-26010-4US1994
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Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (CD, Album)LaFace Records, Arista73008 26010-2Canada1994

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  • DashInc's avatar
    DashInc
    Hip Hop Citizenship Test: Are You An Outkast?

    All too often in the 90s hip hop scene a group would produce a single and totally fail to make any impact beyond some week long radio waves, but there was no way Outkast would fall into that same hole. Their first and most influential album of their career, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, did two history-shaping things at once: solidified the foundation to the rest of Outkast's super successful hip hop career, and paved the way for other huge hip hop acts hailing from ATL like Ludacris, Goodie Mob, and Bubba Sparxxx by putting the Dirty South on the hip hop radar.

    There were only a few albums that had players wondering if the second Golden Age of Hip Hop was real. Along with Illmatic, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), and Midnight Marauders, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik showed them it was real. The best part of the musical formula used for Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik was that it was simple: hip hop 808 beats + smooth funk and soul + the land of ATL. It's so easy to quench your appetite for 90s hip hop while being chilled and relaxed by the P-Funk flavor of Outkast's debut album, released when you could make up your own long words and put them on an album cover and it be unquestioned. To summarize it, hiphopinstantclassicompletelydopetastic (copyright pending...)

    To summarize it for real this time, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik contains the undeniable essence of Golden Age hip hop, Dirty South lyrics, and soul-filled music that fits perfectly in your trunk. Go down to East Point, College Park, Decatur, and the SWATS, absorb this hip hop capstone, and ask yourself this one question: are you an Outkast?
    • grunge81's avatar
      grunge81
      Edited 7 years ago
      Remember when rap was this good? Those were the days.
      • JulianAniel's avatar
        JulianAniel
        This is getting a vinyl re-release for Record Store Day (2014).

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