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Snoop Doggy Dogg*Doggystyle

Label:Death Row Records (2) – 92279-1, Interscope Records – 92279-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Gangsta, G-Funk

Tracklist

E Side
A1Snoop Doggy Dogg*Bathtub1:50
A2Snoop Doggy Dogg*G Funk Intro2:25
A3Snoop Doggy Dogg*Gin And Juice
Vocals [Additional]Dat Nigga Daz
3:32
A4Snoop Doggy Dogg*W Balls0:37
A5Snoop Doggy Dogg*Tha Shiznit4:04
A6Snoop Doggy Dogg*Untitled0:37
A7Snoop Doggy Dogg*Lodi Dodi
Vocals [Additional]Nancy Fletcher
4:25
A8Snoop Doggy Dogg*Murder Was The Case [DeathAfterVisualizingEternity]
FeaturingDat Nigga Daz
3:38
A9Snoop Doggy Dogg*Serial Killa
FeaturingRBX, Tha Dogg Pound, The D.O.C.
3:36
G Side
B1Snoop Doggy Dogg*Who Am I (What's My Name)?4:06
B2Tha Dogg PoundFor All My Niggaz & Bitches
FeaturingThe Lady Of Rage
4:44
B3Snoop Doggy Dogg*Aint No Fun (If The Homies Cant Have None)
FeaturingKurupt, Nate Dogg, Warren G
4:06
B4Snoop Doggy Dogg*Untitled0:36
B5Snoop Doggy Dogg*Doggy Dogg World5:05
B6Snoop Doggy Dogg*Untitled0:44
B7Snoop Doggy Dogg*Gz And Hustlas
Backing VocalsNancy Fletcher
3:52
B8Snoop Doggy Dogg*Untitled0:56
B9Snoop Doggy Dogg*Gz Up, Hoes Down
Vocals [Additional]Hug (4)
2:21
B10Snoop Doggy Dogg*Pump Pump
FeaturingLil Hershey Loc, Lil Malik*
3:44
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Notes

Original first pressing which included the track "Gz Up, Hoes Down".
Due to sample clearance issues concerning Isaac Hayes' "The Look Of Love" the production of releases containing "Gz Up, Hoes Down" stopped and all later versions of this album do not contain this track.
A same year reissue with the same cover, labels and catalog number therefore omits this track. The reissue can be differentiated from this original pressing by looking at the actual number of tracks pressed and runout etchings on the B-side.

The tracklisting on both labels omit the "Untitled" album skits.
The label on the B-side lists "Tha Next Episode" as the last track on the album, but it is not included in this or any other pressing and the last two tracks "Gz Up, Hoes Down" and "Pump Pump" appear reversed.
The correct tracklisting is entered above.

℗ © 1993 Death Row/Interscope Records.
Printed in U.S.A.
Printed on recycled paper.

Record originally housed in a black antistatic polythene inner sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 6544-92279-1 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): ST-IN-939223-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): ST-IN-939224-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout, variant 1): ST-IN-939223-B I-I
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout, variant 1): ST-IN-939224-A I-I
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout, variant 2): ST-IN-939223-A 1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout, variant 2): ST-IN-939224-B 1-1 -UNDERCOVER-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout, variant 3): ST-IN-939223-A I-I
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout, variant 3): ST-IN-939224-A I-I
  • Matrix / Runout (Both sides stamped runout, variant 1, 2, 3): [SRC logo]
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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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

Reviews

highartisticlly's avatar
Trendsetting album that catapulted Snoop Dogg as one of the coolest to ever do it. If we look at The Chronic and Doggystyle as one double disc album, they may the best rap albums ever.

Album quality is very good and the album proves rap music can be pressed as one disc and the sound is fine, though notably its not a long album. So happy to be able to hear Gz Up here!

Grab your Gin and Juice check out the flow and listen to Snoop transport you to the West side 90s style.
midnightrunner's avatar
Edited 3 years ago
I bought a copy of this album after my friend Jeremy played me it. It's really good!! However, if your mam is like mine and a very religious lady, you will need to hide this album away from her as all of the swearing and the unsavoury picture it paints of living in the war-torn streets of south central LA are likely to cause offence. My advice is not to hide it under your mattress though. While this may seem like the ideal place to stash an explicit album (because it is flat) I would recommend against it after what happened when mine was hidden under my mattress. My mam's toyboy Gavin had his young 3-year old son from another relationship 'Tristan' to stay for the weekend, and I was demoted to the sofa so that 'Tristan' could sleep in my bed. Needless to say, he wasn't potty-trained (and still isn't, even though he is now almost 5) and he wet the bed. This wouldn't have been so bad, but he had drunk approx. 2.5 litres of Pepsi before going to sleep, so there was A LOT of wee. Of course, my copy of Doggystyle was a sodden mess when I eventually rescued it, and to this day it still absolutely stinks of wee.
W.smith1471's avatar
W.smith1471
I got the machine that cracks your fuckin chest plates open and release them guts
thebeathunters's avatar
Edited 6 years ago
hi g-funk lovers
i need your help on this matter. i own what seems like a 93' repress of the album.. all matrix and bar codes match the discogs version. what puzzles me is that the back cover is different... the black log "soon to be released..." is above snoop's head and there's a full tracklisting on his left shoulder, instead of the "see lp label for song sequence". i can't find any visual of that particular Lp on discogs to list it accordingly; thanks for your help.
lawrencestevens2001's avatar
(Quick Review #34)
Listen: #10+

This is potentially my favorite album of all time. I love just putting it on and jamming out. It's so goddamn funky and just so much fun. The production is amazing. None of the songs here are bad, everything is good. It's just a goddamn great album. Of course it has the best intro of all time (G Funk Intro not Bathtub :p album has 2 intros) and all of the features on here are amazing, especially Lady of Rage who is hella impressive on this album. Just listen to it if you haven't

10