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Jeru The DamajaWrath Of The Math

Label:Payday – 697-124-119-1, FFRR – 697-124-119-1
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Conscious

Tracklist

A1Wrath Of The Math0:57
A2Tha Frustrated Nigga3:11
A3Black Cowboys3:43
A4The Bullshit2:00
A5Whatever
Written-ByM. Small Jr.*
3:16
B1Physical Stamina
Featuring [Uncredited]Afu-Ra
Written-ByA. Phillips*
3:05
B2One Day2:15
B3Revenge Of The Prophet (Part 5)4:05
B4Scientifical Madness4:14
C1Not The Average4:24
C2Me Or The Papes4:26
C3How I'm Livin'4:23
D1Too Perverted3:20
D2Ya Playin' Yaself3:47
D3Invasion
Written-ByC. Mayfield*
4:40
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Manufactured & marketed By I.L.S.
Executive production, production & mix for Gang Starr Productions, Inc.
Recorded & mixed at D&D Studios. Mastered at Masterdisk, NY.

A2 contains a sample from "Wino & Junkie" as recorded by Richard Pryor.
A5 contains a sample from "That's Alright With me" performed by Esther Phillips.
D3 contains a sample from "Stone Junkie" as performed by Curtis Mayfield.

Cover designed @ Cartel.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 697-124-119-1 A / HUB TV F/W RCE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 697-124-119-1 B / HUB TV
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): 697-124-119-1 C / HUB TV
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): 697-124-119-1 D / HUB TV
  • Barcode (Text): 7 697-124119-1 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 769712411916

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Wrath Of The Math (CD, Album)Payday, FFRR697-124-119-2US1996
Wrath Of The Math (CD, Album)Payday422-828 846-2Canada1996
Wrath Of The Math (CD, Album)Payday, FFRR828 846-2Europe1996
Wrath Of The Math (2×LP, Album, Promo, Clean)PaydayPROLP 119-1US1996
Wrath Of The Math (Clean Version) (Cassette, Album)Payday697-124-139-4US1996

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tiddlerz's profile picture
tiddlerz
what an album, better than sun rises for me, preemo with the beats and jeru was on fire and came out guns blazing against the jiggy shit that jay z and nas had succumbed to which, at the time, was wonderful to hear.
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absysrec
I'm looking to buy vinyl 1 from this album side A & B in Very Good + condition or higher. I have just second plate and original sleeve. Anyone selling ?
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dookie.gold.ropes.
I own a mispress OG 2xLP. One of the records has the correct label but a Buju Banton album is pressed on the vinyl. Does anyone else have this issue?
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lenngren
This album is just as strong as The Sun Rises In The East (released two years prior). That statement is crazy when you think of it. It shouldn’t have been possible for Preem and Jeru to top the heights of the marvelous debut but somehow they pulled it off. Fav tracks on this one include “Whatever”, “One Day”, “Revenge of the Prophet (part 5)”, “Me or the Papes” and of course “Ya Playin’ Yaself” but there’s no fillers here (ok maybe Too Perverted is a bit repetitious).
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Bigchamp69
What an album a true classic. Some say Jeru's best, Jeru is a legend no doubt.
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General_Earmuffs
Edited 6 years ago
I'm pretty sure I've seen a UK version of this with the alternative title 'Wraths of the Maths'. Can anyone confirm?
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Goonz
Imo his bedt album, snd thats saying a lot cause The Sun Rises in the East was a gem.DJ Premier laced the beats and Jeru's wordplay and punchlines topped it off.No doubt Jeru was ahead of his time on the lyrical tip