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Fu-SchnickensF.U. Don't Take It Personal

Label:Jive – HIP 125
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
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Genre:Hip Hop
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Tracklist

A1True Fuschnick4:07
A2Movie Scene4:01
A3Ring The Alarm3:50
A4Back Off4:14
A5Heavenly Father4:37
B1La Schmoove
Rap [Featuring]Phife Dawg
4:58
B2Props5:36
B3Generals3:44
B4Check It Out
Rap [Featuring]Dres, B Fyne*
4:54
B5Bebo3:11
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Credits

Notes

Recorded, Mixed & Edited at Battery Studios, except A5 Mixed at Unique Recordings

Cleared Samples:

A2:
"The Overtime Man" performed and written by Don Covay, courtesy of Polygram Records Inc. and EMI Music.
"Mr Chin / Mr Wong" performed by Yellowman, written by W. Foster, courtesy of Sunsplash Records Inc. and Tafari Music.
"Coal Mine" performed by Lee Dorsey, written by Allan Toussaint, courtesy of Sansu Entertainment and and Rhinelander Music.
"Back and Forth" performed by Cameo, written by L. Blackman, K. Kendrick, T. Jenkins and N. Leftenant, courtesy of Polygram Records Inc. and Polygram / Island Music Publishing.

A3:
"Ring The Alarm" performed by Tenor Saw, written by C. Bright, courtesy of Winston Riley.
"In the Hole" performed by the Barkays, written by Jones & Alexander, courtesy of Fantasy Records and Irving Music Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 013705 137617

Other Versions (5 of 27)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
F.U. Don't Take It Personal (CD, Album)Jive, JiveZD75294, ZD 75294Europe1992
F.U. "Don't Take It Personal" (CD, Album)Jive01241-41472-2US1992
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F.U. Don't Take It Personal (LP, Promo, Album)JiveJDJ-41472-1US1992
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F.U. Don't Take It Personal (CD, Album)JiveCHIP 125UK1992
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F.U. Don't Take It Personal (CD, Album, Club Edition)Jive01241-41472-2US1992

Reviews

TUMBLETRAXRECORDS's avatar
This is a great album which sums up when hip hop was fun and all about showing your skills in the golden era. The Fu-schnickens (Chip-Fu, Poc-Fu, Moc-Fu) all have there own style but Chip-Fu stands out easily with his fast, unbelievable, rolling, not coming up for air lyrical attacks, sometimes even rapping backwards like he does on Movie Scene. All great tunes on here but my stand out is Check It Out which features Dres from Black Sheep, another favourite rapper from back in the day! Give it a listen and you'll realise how far hip hop has declined these days they just don't have the skills or wit in 2015 to deserve being compared to the old school crew!