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Snoop Doggy Dogg*Doggystyle

Label:Death Row Records (2) – DRR 63002-1
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Gangsta, G-Funk

Tracklist

A1Snoop Doggy Dogg*Bathtub
A2Snoop Doggy Dogg*G Funk Intro
A3Snoop Doggy Dogg*Gin And Juice
Vocals [Additional Vocals]Dat Nigga Daz
A4Snoop Doggy Dogg*Tha Shiznit
B5Snoop Doggy Dogg*Lodi Dodi
Vocals [Additional Vocals]Nancy Fletcher
B6Snoop Doggy Dogg*Murder Was The Case (Death After Visualizing Eternity)
FeaturingDat Nigga Daz
B7Snoop Doggy Dogg*Serial Killa
FeaturingRBX, Tha Dogg Pound, D.O.C.*
C8Snoop Doggy Dogg*Who Am I (What's My Name)?
C9Tha Dogg PoundFor All My Niggaz & Bitches
FeaturingThe Lady Of Rage
C10Snoop Doggy Dogg*Aint No Fun (If The Homies Cant Have None)
FeaturingKurupt, Nate Dogg, Warren G
D11Snoop Doggy Dogg*Doggy Dogg World
D12Snoop Doggy Dogg*Gz And Hustlas
Backing Vocals [Background Vocals]Nancy Fletcher
D13Snoop Doggy Dogg*Pump Pump
FeaturingLil Hershey Loc, Lil Malik*
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℗© 1993. 2001 Death Row Recordings, LLC.
Manufactured and Distributed by Death Row Recordings, LLC.

Back cover states: "☮ to the streets"

Spine reads:
Death Row Recordss [sic] Snoop Doggy Dogg + Doggystyle DRR 63002-1

The track listing on the vinyl labels uses continuous numbering (1 to 13).

B6 is listed as "Murder Was The Case (DeathAfterVisualizingEternity)" on the back cover, while the label lists it as "Murder Was The Case (Death After Visualizing Eternity)".

The featuring credit on D13 is listed as "Featuring Lil Malik, aka Lil Hershey Loc".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 28706 30021 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 728706300216
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): 6807-63002-1 (A) S-47611 DcBqs
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): 6807-63002-1 (B) S-47612 DcBqs S-47612
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched): 6807-63002-1 (C) S-47613 DcBqs
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, etched): 6807-63002-1 (D) S-47614 DcBqs

Other Versions (5 of 123)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Doggystyle (LP, Album, Reissue)Death Row Records (2), Interscope Records92279-1US1993
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Doggystyle (CD, Album)Death Row Records (2), Interscope RecordsCD 92279Canada1993
Doggystyle (CD, Album, Stereo)Death Row Records (2), Interscope Records6544-92279-2Europe1993
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Doggystyle (Cassette, Album, Repress)Death Row Records (2)92279-4US1993
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Doggystyle (CD, Album)Death Row Records (2), Interscope Records6544-92279-2Europe1993
  • marcoprolo's avatar
    marcoprolo
    If you do that as a re-issue double vinyl it's too be gatefold as well as the 'Murder Was The Case (OST). They got it done once with 'The Doggfather'.. Would be too much if that all could match..
    • kraZelkat88's avatar
      kraZelkat88
      Classic average reissue of a classic LP. Brings nothing new to the table. Double LP without a gatefold makes it feel lazy and cheap. Bats an average but gets applause because it's the only member that showed up to play. Poor.
      • joshua844's avatar
        joshua844
        One of the most classic albums ever but, yeah, it's not a good press unfortunately. The sound of Dre's snares and cymbals are a hallmark of his production, and here the cymbals are turned up way too high into mushy sibilance and the snares aren't front and center like they were on the original. Too bad, but still great music.
        • MytMowse's avatar
          MytMowse
          My Disc 2 side 1 has a strange spiral in the grooves, listen to it and it played the song with no issue what so ever. So it was very concerning to me at first. Anyone have that on their disc? It was on the track Ain't no fun.
          • mrmillweld's avatar
            mrmillweld
            This versions sounds like chewing tinfoil while running my nails down a chalkboard while my ex girlfriend gives me paper cuts between my toes. Not present at all
            • funkynial's avatar
              funkynial
              A digital remaster but it sounds okay! Clean flat pressing. Detailed sound but a little heavy on the compression and that sucks some of the life out of the tracks. Early pressings capture a much fuller, warmer and rich sound. Very listenable and a good price for want you get.
              • Seansulll's avatar
                Seansulll
                I'll agree with most of the comments on here, it does sound like they did a major bass boost to album. Take that as you will, people seem to love it or hate it. Me personally, I think its a little overkill but if you find yourself in a spot where this is a good price, I would grab it.
                • tennstrong's avatar
                  tennstrong
                  Edited 3 years ago
                  One of my best sounding records, I can only imagine the 93 press has different mastering (as mentioned in the "remastered" versions here-forth) as this sounds amazing. 0 regrets in getting this version, sounds very clean (personally more detailed than digital, but that gets into semantics and debates I guess)
                  • VintageMetal's avatar
                    VintageMetal
                    Just picked up a sealed copy and gave it a good cleaning before playing. It sounded pretty good to me, better than my recent downloaded version, and none of the negatives that others mentioned.
                    The only cons for me was the quality control of the vinyl itself. Swirl marks on both sides and a couple of rough edges. As condition is important for me, I was not happy opening a sealed copy to see that.
                    Regardless, sounds very good, no distortion, excellent clean sounding bass, and clean mixing from Dre. It definitely brought me back to 1993 when I first bought the CD and became a new instant Snoop fan!
                    • largekro's avatar
                      largekro
                      Needed to correct my comment by just having listened to both once again. 93 press wins hands down for me. They raised the bass too much and overprocessed the master on the 2LP repress wich makes it sound closer to the CD version than a vinyl. A lot of gain but it lacks seperation and deepness in the mix. But still it sounds clean, it's just a matter of taste.