Revenue Retrievin': Overtime Shift

Revenue Retrievin': Overtime Shift

by E-40
     
 

E-40's Revenue Retrievin' series turned into a quadrilogy with the simultaneous release of his 13th album (Revenue Retrievin': Overtime Shift) and his 14th (Revenue Retrievin': Graveyard Shift). No doubt, Graveyard is the more thematically sound and, overall, the more satisfying release, but Overtime serves to round up all of the BaySee more details below

Overview

E-40's Revenue Retrievin' series turned into a quadrilogy with the simultaneous release of his 13th album (Revenue Retrievin': Overtime Shift) and his 14th (Revenue Retrievin': Graveyard Shift). No doubt, Graveyard is the more thematically sound and, overall, the more satisfying release, but Overtime serves to round up all of the Bay Area bangers the rapper couldn't relate to the dark Graveyard, so expect scattershot heat and an overflowing, sort-it-out-yourself track list. That said, the woozy "Drugs" comes with a wicked, insanely catchy chorus ("Every hood I'm in I get love from the plug/And I probably sold your family member drugs"), and if you want to understand the charm of the often brutish E-40, dig the way the threatening gangster track "Hillside" puts daytime television references ("I ain't Wayne Brady, but let's make a deal/Like Drew Carey, man the price is right") next to the absurd idea of "country ass city boys" bringing hunting rifles to a hood fight. Displaying range his detractors always fail to notice, the rapper goes from a WB sitcom style with the domestic strife of "Me & My Bitch" to true social commentary with "Born in the Struggle," a track that works in a historical lesson concerning African-Americans' relationship to pork. Interesting stuff, and overstuffed too, but if the zombie hyphy style of the Graveyard Shift gives you chills, the more familiar Overtime Shift is your E-40 release for 2011.

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Product Details

Release Date:
03/29/2011
Label:
Heavy On Grind Ent.
UPC:
0852020002232
catalogNumber:
000223
Rank:
7041

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Tracks

  1. Mr. Flamboyant 2k11  -  E-40
  2. Drugs  -  E-40
  3. Hillside  -  E-40
  4. Gunz  -  E-40
  5. Slow It Down  - J. Stalin
  6. Me & My Bitch  -  E-40
  7. Beastin'  -  E-40
  8. My Money Straight  - Black C
  9. I Love My Momma  - Mic Conn
  10. I Am Your  -  Droop-E
  11. In the Morning  - Work Dirty
  12. Punkin' Em Out  -  E-40
  13. Born In the Struggle  - Mike Marshall
  14. Fuck 'Em  -  E-40
  15. Rear View Mirror  -  Stresmatic
  16. Lookin' Back  - Devin the Dude
  17. Stay Gone  -  E-40
  18. Movin' Organized Business (M.O.B.)  -  E-40
  19. Tired of Selling Yola  -  E-40
  20. Click About It  -  Harm From Da Rich

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

E-40   Primary Artist
James Early   Guitar
Lil Jon   Vocals
Coco Chanel   Vocals
Decadez   Vocals
Young Jun3   Vocals
Laroo T.H.H.   Vocals
Stresmatic   Vocals
James "Velvet" Jones   Guitar

Technical Credits

E-40   Producer
Todd Cooper   Engineer
Michael Denten   Mastering
Laylaw   Producer
Nonstop   Producer
A. Harris   Composer
Sean T   Producer
Earl Stevens   Executive Producer
Chad Hugo   Producer
Matt Price   Producer
Jake One   Producer
Tone Bone   Producer
Willy Will   Producer
Deegan Mack Adams   Engineer
Decadez   Producer
M. Marshall   Composer
J. Dutton   Composer
E. Stevens   Composer
B. Emile   Composer
DJ Toure   Producer
M. Price   Composer
D. Copeland   Composer
L. Goodman   Composer
T. Duncan   Composer
S. Thompson   Composer
M. Harris   Composer
Droop-E   Producer,Engineer
B. Kante   Composer
T. Jackson   Composer
L. Dawson   Composer
Traxx FDR   Producer
Earl Stevens   Executive Producer
Migui Maloles   Engineer
Steven "Chillest Illest" Mitchell   Engineer
Rocc   Engineer
Derek "MixedByAli" Ali   Engineer
Phat Dre   Engineer

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