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V1 Welcome To Tha Houseoggy Compilation, Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Aug. 13 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Compilation, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00006BTAT
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #159,088 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Dogg House America
3. Not Like It Was
4. Fallen Star - Latoiya Williams
5. Doh' Doh'
6. Doin' It Bigg - RBX
7. Nite L.O.C.s
8. Are You Ready? - Soopafly
9. Hey You
10. Raised On Tha Side
11. Don't Fight The Feelin' - Nate Dogg
12. Unfucwitable - Lady Of Rage
13. The Strong Will Eat The Weak
14. Just Get Carried Away
15. It Feelz Good - Latoiya Williams
16. Don't Make A Wrong Move - Prodigy
17. B***h's Treat - Soopafly
18. Trouble - Vinnie Bernard
19. Squeeze Play
20. Light That S**t Up (Endo)

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A Serious Set of True Grooves that Will Send You Into the Netherworld of Rhythm and Pleasure. Experience the Euphoria with Brazilian Chanteuse Bebel Gilberto, the Tango Flavour of the Gotan Project, the Beautiful Voice of Cesaria Evora, the Beats of Kruder and Dorfmeister and Many More.

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Avec cet album, Snoop Dogg ajoute une corde à son arc et inaugure sa nouvelle entreprise : son label Doggystyle Records. Cette première référence, du costaud pour sûr, est réservée à ses potes qui, grâce à elle, se forgent une carte de visite encore plus solide. Le rappeur E-White, le moins connu des quatre, promet. En revanche, on a déjà remarqué les trois autres : Mr Kane, Soopafly et, surtout, Latoya Williams sur Lookin' At You de Warren G. Évidemment, même si Dr Dre est absent, moult producteurs se bousculent pour confectionner un son plus que décent, de Quaze à Alchemist. --Hervé Comte

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I BOUGHT "WELCOME TO THE ACID LOUNGE" TO BREAK AWAY FROM THE COMP CDS I SEEM TO ALWAYS PURCHASE FROM WATER MUSIC RECORDS. FOR A MINUTE THERE, I WAS BEGINNING TO THINK I WAS THE LABEL'S SPOKESPERSON. ANYWAY, I REALLY HAD NO WAY OF SAMPLING IT TO HEAR WHAT IT SOUNDED LIKE, SO I BOUGHT IT ON A WHIM, AND BASED ON AN ATTRACTIVE CD COVER. THERE WERE NOTABLES ON ACID LOUNGE LIKE KRUDER AND DORFMEISTER, THE DINING ROOMS, GOTAN PROJECT (THERE'S THAT "EPOCA" SONG AGAIN--ARRRRGH!!), AND EASY ACCESS ORCHESTRA, BUT THE GOOD THING IS ACID LOUNGE IS FULL OF FOLKS I HAVE NEVER HEARD OF BEFORE. I WAS HIGHLY IMPRESSED WITH THIS CD... THE MOST "STAND-OUT-ISH" (IF THAT'S A WORD) SONGS ON "ACID LOUNGE" ARE 45 DIPS' SUPER-FUNKY CUTS, "ORGAN", "PORNO JUNKIES" AND "GREEN TOMATOES", TIM LOVE LEE'S SULTRY "TWILIGHT RESERVATION", DISJAM'S EROTIC "BEACHBOY", AIM'S 60'S-INFLUENCED "WHAT PEOPLE DO ALL DAY", SOUL DRUMMER'S COOL AND SWANKY "EAST SIDE STORY", LISA EKDAHL'S LATE NIGHT LOUNGER, "DAYBREAK" AND CRACKPOT'S FUN AND FUNKY "TIPPY TIPPY TOE."
LOOK OUT WATER MUSIC RECORDS!! I THINK YOU HAVE SOME STRONG COMPETITION HERE, ESPECIALLY IF THIS LABEL (HED KANDI, IS IT?) CONTINUES TO PUT OUT RARE AND INFECTIOUS GROOVES AS THE ONES ON "ACID LOUNGE." NOT ONLY THAT, BUT THEY GIVE YOU A COOL COMIC BOOK TO READ--THE SIGNIFICANCE OF IT BEATS THE H-E-DOUBLE HOCKEY STICKS OUTTA ME--BUT IT'S GOOD TO SEE THAT A RECORD LABEL TAKES THE TIME TO PUT TOGETHER SUCH NICE AND DETAILED PACKAGING AS WELL AS DARN GOOD SONGS! I CAN'T WAIT FOR "ACID LOUNGE IN SPACE" TO HIT A LOCAL RECORD STORE IN MY TOWN. IF IT'S ANYTHING LIKE THIS COMP CD COLLECTION, IT'S AS GOOD AS BOUGHT!!
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By Enlightened on Sept. 16 2002
Format: Audio CD
Big Snoop Dogg's compilation album Welcome To the House arrives basically outta nowhere. Whether it is a maneuver to tide fans over until the next Snoop Dogg project, or an honest attempt to show off it's talent is a guessing game. This album is some futuristic type stuff and at first I wasn't too pleased. But it did grow on me substantially.
The Dogghouse All-Stars aren't really all stars at all. None of them ( except for Snoop ) have any star power and haven't established themselves as stars so the title is deceiving. These playas include Latoiya Williams ( whose solo album has been LONG overdue), Soopafly ( a west coast veteran ), Mr. Kane AKA Kokane ( appeared on various West Coast releases), and E. White who I've never heard of before. With that lineup of essentially unknowns a curious buyer might pass on it so they recruit some star power. RBX, Daz Dillinger, CamRon, Lady May, and Prodigy all show up to show some love as well as DJ Premier, Alchemist, DJ Scratch and DJ Hi Tek behind the boards.
The players for the most part deliver on the songs. Tunes such as Dogg House America, Fallen Star, Doh Doh, and Doin It Bigg are certified bangers. Snoop then proceeds to send some disses to you know who on The Strong Will Eat The Weak and 'Hey You" is a classic song in the making and east coast heads will love this tracks. Raised On The Side is bumpin, and Don't Fight The Feelin is .... Lady Of Rage makes an unexpected appearance on her own solo song Un[mess]witable which is produced by Dj Premier. She proceeds to rough up the track like she always does with her signature style. A Great song. Even The singing songs are exceptional.
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By Music 4 Life on Aug. 29 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album should be much better than it is. The All-Stars as Snoop calls them are not on the same level as Snoop and this makes for a tremendous clash of styles. There are a few other artists that did belong on the album, but most of these artists would have been better if left out of this project. The intro hits you like WHOA!!, and then the next track comes in and you're like, OK this might be a pretty good album. Then as you keep listening, you realize that there are some not so good tracks on this album. After the first track, there are no more good songs until about number 7 or 8. Then there are about 3 or 4 more good songs on the rest of the album. It absolutely disappoints me to see one of my favorite artists present such mediocre work to the audience. I have always been a huge fan of the West Coast smooth style, and the beats that are not so hard like many artists on the East. This is not promoting any war or fighting between the 2 coasts, simply realizing that there are obvious different styles. This album has some West Coast Style and a lot more East Coast Style, which doesn't need to be on this album. Too many artists today are falling into a trap of imitating sounds and music just because they like the music. This should not mean that they need to use the same style in their own music. It's just annoying and aggrevating to keep hearing the same beats and emptiness no matter what artist you listen to. Overall, there are more bad songs than there are good songs, which makes for only an OK album.
-PEACE-
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By A Customer on Aug. 23 2002
Format: Audio CD
On one hand, the instant cynic in me says that this is a callous attempt by Universal Records to butter up Snoop by distributing for his imprint label Doggy Style Records. The music industry has been in decline for a while now (they like to blame the internet for it, when their exorbitant CD prices and shoddy albums are the real reason) so the competition for the services of it's few bonafide stars is only getting more and more intense. On the other hand, Snoop has been a father figure to up-and-coming artists for a decade running, from Daz & Kurupt to Tha Eastsidaz. None have eclipsed him as the alpha male of the pack, but a lot have garnered loyal followings in their own right.
The definition of "AllStars" as pertains to this album though is somewhat questionable. In sports the term usually refers to an athlete whose prowess and charisma have propelled him to fame and popularity beyond his colleagues, often with an astronomically large salary to match. Other than Snoop, none of the artists here fit in this category. That's not to say a few of them aren't instantly recognizable. Mr. "Deep like the Mind of Minolta" RBX is a recurring presence. Ironically were it not for his feuding with Dogg Pound and Death Row in the 90's he might truly be an "AllStar," thanks to his trademark vocal tone that's always ear-grabing. Even more deserving of this accolade is Lady of Rage, possibly the hardest female MC in all of rap sans Heather B. Despite her strong underground popularity Death Row never understood how to market the firespitting femme fatale and her solo LP "Necessary Roughness" languished in obscurity. Unfortunately "Unfucwitable" will not raise her profile in today's market.
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