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A Tribe Called QuestWe Got It From Here…Thank You 4 Your Service

Label:Epic – 88985377871
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Conscious

Tracklist

A1The Space Program
BassLouis Cato
DrumsQ-Tip
GuitarChris Sholar*
VocalsJarobi, Phife*, Q-Tip
5:40
A2We The People....
BassQ-Tip
Drum ProgrammingQ-Tip
KeyboardsCasey Benjamin, Q-Tip
VocalsPhife*, Q-Tip
2:52
A3Whateva Will Be2:52
A4Solid Wall of Sound3:43
B1Dis Generation3:33
B2Kids...
BassQ-Tip
DrumsQ-Tip
VocalsAndré 3000*, Q-Tip
3:48
B3Melatonin
Bass [Additional]Louis Cato
Drum ProgrammingQ-Tip
DrumsQ-Tip
Drums [Additional]Mark Colenburg
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes]Casey Benjamin
GuitarChris Sholar*
SynthesizerMasayuki "BIGYUKI" Hirano*
4:44
B4Enough!!
BassQ-Tip
VocalsJarobi, Q-Tip
Written-ByKamaal Fareed
3:20
C1Mobius2:51
C2Black Spasmodic
BassQ-Tip
3:03
C3The Killing Season2:43
C4Lost Somebody4:18
D1Movin Backwards
BassQ-Tip
DrumsQ-Tip
GuitarChris Sholar*
KeyboardsCasey Benjamin
4:41
D2Conrad Tokyo
Drum ProgrammingQ-Tip
VocalsKendrick Lamar, Phife*
3:31
D3Ego
BassLouis Cato, Q-Tip
PianoCasey Benjamin
VocalsQ-Tip
3:17
D4The Donald
BassQ-Tip
Written-ByKamaal Fareed
5:22
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Credits

Notes

B1: additional Phife vocals recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA

Per track publishing credits:

A1: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / Alaric Publishing House (ASCAP)

A2:Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP/PRS)

A3: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / Alaric Publishing House (ASCAP) / Songs by Cons Publishing (BMI) / Winston Jones Publishing

A4: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / Tziah Music/Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI) / Peppermint Stripe Music (BMI)

B1: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / Alaric Publishing House (ASCAP) / Tziah Music/Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI) / Edward Kassner Associated Publishers Ltd./Downtown Music Publishing (ASCAP) / Music Sales Corporation (ASCAP) / Spoon Music (GEMA)

B2: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / BMG Monarch (ASCAP)/Gnat Booty Music (ASCAP)

B3: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / BMG Chrysalis Music (BMI) / Hirano Masayuki (ASCAP) / Louis Cato (ASCAP)

B4: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP

C1: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Tziah Music/Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI) / Songs by Cons Publishing (BMI) / BMG Blue (PRS)/BMG Rights Management US LLC (BMI)

C2: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC

C3: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Alaric Publishing House (ASCAP) / Songs by Cons Publishing (BMI) / Pen Skills Music/Songs Of Windswept Pacific (BMI)

C4: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Alaric Publishing House (ASCAP) / Spoon Music (GEMA)

D1: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Watch and Learn Publishing (BMI)

D2: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)/Hard Working Black Folks Inc. (ASCAP) and Top Dawg Music (ASCAP) all rights o/b/o itself, Hard Working Black Folks Inc. and Top Dawg Music admin. by WB Music Corp.

D3: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Peppermint Stripe Music (BMI)

D4: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 89853 77871 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 88985377871-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 88985377871-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C label): 88985377871-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D label): 88985377871-D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1): 88985 377 871-A3 WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1): 88985 377 871-B II WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, variant 1): 88985 377 871-C WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, variant 1): 88985 377 871-D3 WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 2): 88985 377 871-A WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 2): 88985 377 871-B3 WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, variant 2): 88985 377 871-C II WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, variant 2): 88985 377 871-D IV WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 3): 88985 377 871-A III WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 3): 88985 377 871-B3 III WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, variant 3): 88985 377 871-C II WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, variant 3): 88985 377 871-D WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Other (Sleeve sides A/B): 88985377871-S1
  • Other (Sticker): 88985377871-S1
  • Other (Sleeve sides C/D): 88985377871-S2
  • Other (Download card): 88985377871-I1
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: PRS
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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Reviews

  • drapostolos's avatar
    drapostolos
    Bought a sealed copy of this while on vacation. When I got home i noticed there is a small scratch (barely visible) that cause low (but noticeable) pops in the first two songs (side A). A bit disappointing :/ Be aware.
    • riotstoejam's avatar
      riotstoejam
      Quite a great pressing! One of the best hip hop albums to come out in the last ten years. There were some hairline
      scratches on a few of the sides but it did not seem to effect playback.
      • DashInc's avatar
        DashInc
        Edited one year ago
        Striking Hip Hop Gold After the Rush Had Ended Decades Ago

        You know there's a serious release in music when, on the Friday it was released, everyone in my office that listens to music was going from office to office telling them to immediately start streaming A Tribe Called Quest's latest and final album. ATCQ's sound has remained untainted, despite a major shift in hip hop theme since they released their last studio album at the close of the 'golden age of hip hop' in the late 90's. Time was to their advantage: keeping their original sound, combined with 18 more years for music to develop for them to sample and tenured artists to collaborate with yields their final, but brilliant wave before hopping on the retirement train.

        There's something to be said about the guest list on this album. The realization that you're listening to hip hop while organically having Jack White play guitar in the background of a couple tracks, Elton John singing, and André 3000, Kendrick Lamar and Talib Kweli laying down verses is like genre barricades of music being lowered in the greater good of fulfilling the need for authentic, timeless music, not rushed-to-release albums. It's an appropriate time to say "this album came out of no where" when it's been 18 years since ATCQ has released studio work, but what a phenomenal, grin-inducing surprise.

        I can't wait to see what other artists are inspired by this release, and mold their perception of hip hop as a result of ATCQ's decades of work reiterated with this release. I'll be citing this album as a great gateway album to getting into hip hop as a whole, along with Mos Def's Black on Both Sides, Illmatic by Nas, and Eric B and Rakim's Paid in Full. I hope this opens up the door to newer hip hop fans who listened to this most likely because it's their newest release, but find out about ATCQ's history and look back at their earlier albums during the true 'golden age of hip hop'. These albums are the work that made them so coveted and revered. Links below to some of their earlier work that rivals this release.

        People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm
        The Low End Theory
        Midnight Marauders
        • listentomm's avatar
          listentomm
          Love this album, the pressing does not do it justice unfortunately... My disc 1 had a few significant pops on both sides. Sound overall is a little flat. And as mentioned by other reviewers, they didn't seem to care much about the packaging :/
          • theyungcujo's avatar
            theyungcujo
            Sounds okay... A tad quiet, bass can be muddy at times, and mine came with a pretty big scratch. It doesn't affect play, but still an issue. And no gatefold? For $30 CAD I expected a little more.
            • Maybelly's avatar
              Maybelly
              I think this is a nice record, surprising actually. Sounds nice on my system. Agree with the packaging being sub-par.
              Most infuriating is the Murican only download card.
              I bought mine in Canada. Crazily, it has a big freakin sticker on it advertising "Download Card Included". Don't be fooled, unless yer Murican.....the card only works in Murica.
              Pfft.
              • silkyskillz's avatar
                silkyskillz
                surprised this wasn't a gatefold sleeve. pretty poor packaging and as per a lot of new vinyl, the records are stuffed into hard paper sleeves. no good for your records at all. would have been prepared to pay a little premium for a better quality all round product. shame.
                • TheElectricBean's avatar
                  Not a huge fan of the pressing or packaging. For the price (around $30CAN), I was surprised that there's very little effort put into this LP. The sound quality is acceptable. I was disappointed with how flat it sounded. However, I love the album so I'm fine with owning it. However, I hope they put more effort into the mastering and the packaging in the future.

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