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Doggystyle (Explicit Version) Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (March 13 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: KOCH Records
  • ASIN: B00005AQF7
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #782 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Bathtub
2. G Funk Intro
3. Gin and Juice
4. That Shiznit
5. Lodi Dodi
6. Murder Was the Case (Death After Visualizing Eternity)
7. Serial Killa
8. Who Am I? (What's My Name) ?
9. For All My Niggaz and Bitches
10. Ain't No Fun (If My Homies Can't Have None)
11. Doggy Dogg World
12. GZ and Hustlas
13. Pump Pump

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Produced by the infamous Dr. Dre with assistance from Mr. Suge Knight, Doggy Style was the first solo outing by Calvin Broadus a.k.a. Snoop Doggy Dog. Incorporating a straight gangsta vibe into the deep funk grooves pioneered by George Clinton and his Parliament-Funkadelic ensemble, Snoop and Dre dogmatically invent the "G-Funk" aesthetic. Espousing an irreverent dope, bitches, and guns mentality, Doggy Style garnered the Parental Advisory for explicit lyrics it sorely deserved. Still, Snoop's lazy-yet-acrobatic rap/drawl is distinctive and undeniably entertaining. With additional vocals from Tha Dogg Pound (Nate Dogg, Warren G, Kurupt, and Dat Nigger Daz), this disc is deceptively professional and musically quite slick. "Murder Was The Case" is practically an inner-city classic, while "Ain't No Fun" is another blunted, urban-rap anthem. Woof! --Mitch Myers

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By A Customer on June 7 2004
Format: Audio CD
Snoop Doggy Dogg took us on a journey in this record. He goes everywhere. All of the songs are great, and some don't get the props they deserve simply because they are next to the songs that are so revolutionary. Dr. Dre's beats and Snoop's style were a combination that has never been duplicated. The bar is set so high that Dre and Snoop haven't even been able to get back to this rare air.
A cocky young Snoop Dogg with a smooth style is your tour guide. This is the best Snoop. This is the realest Snoop. This is Snoop minus the bullsh *t He has no cornrows, no straightened hair, no funky experimental rap styles - only the Dogg. He does it so well. Not only are the songs some of the best ever, but Doggytyle's videos changed the rap music in a way that The Chronic's really didn't.
Back in '94, Snoop penetrated with "Gin and Juice". The song and the video are some of the best ever. I half-heartedly looked for the CD with no success. Nonetheless the song had a powerful affect. The video, even more so. The chorus and the beat is smooth as hell, and Snoop puts it down flawlessly. While it's just a party song, it's a fu* king anthem. Additionally, the video is still hilarious to this day. Snoop comes off as the ultimate g. It's also the first appearance of Lil' Bow Wow. (I only wish it were the last). I'm not going to diagnose it for you. If you don't get it, I don't know what to tell you.
"Murder was the Case" is the song where Snoop goes a bit further. The song is one of the greatest ever. It's my favorite song on the CD, and I would argue that Snoop never made it past this level. The beat is so ominous and the lyrics are tight. The ominous voice from the beyond and Snoop's cocky youthful rapping make this song one for the ages.
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Following the success of 1992's "The Chronic", the unstoppable duo of Dr. Dre and newcomer Snoop Doggy Dogg quickly got to work on Snoop's debut album, "Doggystyle". Many critics wondered if the charismatic youngster from Long Beach could stand out by himself with his own name on the album cover. All the doubters were quickly silenced as Snoop dropped what would be considered one of the hottest debut albums ever.
With production work handled entirely by Dr. Dre, "Doggystyle" is one of those albums that to this day, ten years after its release, can still be played the whole way through. Not only has its production been imitated by countless producers but Snoop's rhymes on this album have been sampled by every emcee from Jay-Z to Eminem. With classic party joints like the hit singles, "What's My Name?" and "Gin & Juice", Snoop proved that despite his reputation as a so-called "gangsta" rapper, he could still make songs to turn a party out. While this album has been influential to many rappers, Snoop himself was clearly influenced by different artists from P-Funk pioneer George Clinton to rap storytellers like Slick Rick as he shows on the laid-back "Lodi Dodi". Snoop also brings his crew along with him as Tha Dogg Pound's Kurupt and Daz showcase their chemistry on "Serial Killa" and "For All My (...)". Kurupt's verse on "Ain't No Fun" is as equally classic as partner Nate Dogg's crooning. Snoop drops what is actually a freestyle on "Tha Shiznit" and he never misses a beat. The classic "Doggy Dogg World" brings the very best from everyone involved. Dre's production along with verses from Snoop, Daz, and Kurupt is the stuff that hit records are made of. The chorus from The Dramatics is the perfect finishing touch to it all.
I don't need to tell you what a classic album "Doggystyle" is.
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This CD is, in my opinion, the best one of the Snoop solo albums. The other ones are real good, but not like this one... It reminds us of good times, when we still had Tupac and Biggie with us... Like Missy Elliott uses to say, times when "hip hop was so much fun"...
This CD features a lot of rappers, and that's a good thing. Buying a CD from a most famous rapper is a good tool to discover new rappers we don't already know, to discover if they're good.
My favorite songs in here are "Ain't No Fun (If The Homies Can't Have None)", "For All N****z & B****s", "Gz And Hustlas", "Lodi Dodi", "Murder Was The Case", "Shiznit", "Who Am I (What's My Name)?" and "Gin And Juice". Well, this is almost the entire album, to be honest.
If they were about to release another Snoop Dogg's Greatest Hits CD today, no doubt about 3/4 of it would be songs from Doggystyle. This is one of the best rap CDs ever, and that's saying a lot. Buy it and let it flow.
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Snoop Dogg. Perhaps the most beloved rapper and pop culture icon of the last 10 years; Snoop has made a career of being cool. Though he as made average to solid albums during his tenure in hip hop, none have come close to matching his debut, artistcally or commercially. When he became the showpiece on Dr. Dre's the Chronic, he became the hot topic of discussion in hip hop circles; while he's not the most mindblowing MC ever, it's his flow and lyrical delivery that keep the listener mesmerized. Of the 14 songs on this album, seven of them are hip hop standards; What's My Name(with it's landmark "dog morphing" video),Gin And Juice(with it's unforgettable
house party video)Doggy Dogg World(with it's ode to the 70's featuring The Fabulous Dramatics) and Ain't No Fun(one of the gratest posse joints of all time, with the first apperances of Warren G and Nate Dogg),Murder Was The Case( talk about irony, since he actually WAS on trial for murder)G's Up, Hoes Down( which is on rare copies of the album,since it was removed due to an uncleared sample). Put in his masterful remake of Slick Rick's Lodi Dodi, Tha Shiznit, Stranded On Death Row, and the G's and Hustlaz and you have hip hop mastery and Deathrow Records at it's heights.
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