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Shaft [2000 Original Soundtrack] [Explicit Lyrics]

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Although the soundtrack to John Singleton's 2000 remake of the classic blaxploitation flick SHAFT won't overshadow Isaac Hayes's phenomenal score to the 1971 original for good measure, the original film's bad-ass theme is included, it does provide a butt-kicking mix of contemporary soul and hip-hop tracks. Drawing inspiration from the film's rule-breaking antihero John Shaft, who is played by Samuel L. Jackson in the remake, many of the tracks have a retro feel -- particularly R. Kelly's two cuts, the bluesy "Bad Man" and the gospel-tinged "Up and Outta Here." Other soul highlights include Angie Stone's Donna Summer-inspired "My Lovin' Will Give You Something" and Donell Jones's mellow "Do What I Gotta Do," which ...
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Although the soundtrack to John Singleton's 2000 remake of the classic blaxploitation flick SHAFT won't overshadow Isaac Hayes's phenomenal score to the 1971 original for good measure, the original film's bad-ass theme is included, it does provide a butt-kicking mix of contemporary soul and hip-hop tracks. Drawing inspiration from the film's rule-breaking antihero John Shaft, who is played by Samuel L. Jackson in the remake, many of the tracks have a retro feel -- particularly R. Kelly's two cuts, the bluesy "Bad Man" and the gospel-tinged "Up and Outta Here." Other soul highlights include Angie Stone's Donna Summer-inspired "My Lovin' Will Give You Something" and Donell Jones's mellow "Do What I Gotta Do," which cleverly incorporates lyrics from his hit single "Where I Wanna Be" and a bass line from Hayes's rendition of "The Look of Love." On the hip-hop side, Mystikal speaks out against black-on-black crime on the prophetic "Ain't Gonna See Tomorrow," while Organized Noize's Sleepy Brown waxes poetic on the blaxploitation-flavored with its wah wah guitar and clarinet "Automatic," and Too $hort slips into his usual mack mode on the funk-drenched "Pimp Sh*t." All of this in honor of one bad mutha. That's right, we're just talkin' bout Shaft. Tony Green
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/13/2000
  • Label: Arista
  • UPC: 730082608022
  • Catalog Number: 26080

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Theme from Shaft (4:39)
  2. 2 Bad Man (4:02)
  3. 3 Up and Outta Here (4:25)
  4. 4 Do What I Gotta Do (4:46)
  5. 5 Rock Wit U (5:46)
  6. 6 We Servin' (3:24)
  7. 7 Tough Guy (5:44)
  8. 8 2 Glock 9's (4:03)
  9. 9 Summer Rain (4:57)
  10. 10 Automatic (4:14)
  11. 11 Pimp SH*T (4:11)
  12. 12 Cheatin' (3:54)
  13. 13 Fix Me (3:44)
  14. 14 How You Want It? (4:00)
  15. 15 Ain't Gonna See Tomorrow - Mystikal (4:33)
  16. 16 My Lovin' Will Give You Something (4:42)
  17. 17 Serenata Negra (3:37)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
John Clark French Horn
Gerald Jackson Keyboards
Randy Bowland Guitar
Johnny Britt Trumpet
Kenneth Burward-Hoy Viola
Martha Caplin Violin
Jeff Carney Bass
Richard Auldon Clark Violin
Harold Coletta Viola
Preston Crump Bass
Eve Track Performer
Winterton Garvey Violin
Isaac Hayes Organ, fender rhodes
Richard Henrickson Violin
McKinley Horton Keyboards
Birch Johnson Trombone
Karen Karlsrud Violin
Olivia Koppell Viola
Jesse Levy Cello
Liberty City Track Performer
Cliff Lighty Background Vocals
Donnie Lyle Bass, Guitar
Bob Milikan Trumpet
Kermit Moore Cello
Keith O'Quinn Trombone
Ron Oakland Violin
Organized Noize Drums, Keyboards
OutKast Track Performer
Pimp C Vocals
Douglas Purviance Trombone
Sheila Reinhold Violin
Fred Sawyers Background Vocals
Lester Snell Conductor, Keyboards
Angie Stone Background Vocals
Too $hort Track Performer
Joe Torano Saxophone
UGK Track Performer
Myra Walker Background Vocals
Masako Yanagita Violin
Mystikal Track Performer
Ann Labin Violin
Anthony Posk Violin
Marshall Sealy French Horn
Big Rube Vocals
Jimmy Brown Flute
Alfreda Gerald Organ
Carl Thomas Track Performer
Maxine Roach Viola
Gerry DeVeaux Background Vocals
Maura Giannini Violin
Donell Jones Track Performer
Lew Del Gatto Flute
Joi Gilliam Background Vocals
Pamela Posk Violin
Dave Trigg Trumpet
Fulanito Track Performer
Backbone Vocals
Daris Adkins Guitar
Billy Odum Guitar
Sheldon Goode Guitar, Strings
Big Boi Vocals
Big Gipp Track Performer
Patrick "Sleepy" Brown Background Vocals
Beanie Sigel Track Performer
Jadakiss Track Performer
Marvin "Chanz" Parkman Keyboards
Bun B Vocals
Mil Track Performer
John Carbone Bass
Sleepy Brown Vocals, Track Performer
Parlé Track Performer
T.I.P. Track Performer
Alicia Keys Piano, Keyboards, Background Vocals
Earthtone III Keyboards
Technical Credits
Heavy D & the Boyz Producer
R. Kelly Arranger, Producer
Timmy Allen Producer
Larry Campbell Producer
Andre Debourg Engineer
Chad "Dr. Seuss" Elliott Producer
John Frye Engineer
David Gamson Arranger
Isaac Hayes Producer, String Arrangements
Darren Lighty Producer
Robin Mays Engineer
Organized Noize Producer
Kevin Parker Engineer
Rob Paustian Engineer
L.A. Reid Producer
Lester Snell Orchestration
Bill Stephney Producer
Bernasky Wall Engineer
Gerry DeVeaux Producer, Engineer, Vocal Arrangements
William Jackson Engineer
DJ Snake Engineer
Edward "DJ Eddie F" Ferrell Producer
Matt Still Pro-Tools
The Legendary Traxster Producer, Engineer
Ralph Cacciurri Engineer
Windose International Engineer
André Benjamin Composer
Scott Rudin Executive Soundtrack Producer
Abel Garibaldi Engineer, Digital Editing
Antwan Patton Composer
Joe "Smilin' Joe" Perrera Engineer
Mike Wilson Engineer
Kawan "KP" Prather Producer
Sheldon Goode Engineer
Warryn Campbell Producer
Kerry Brothers Composer
DJ Silk Producer
Pa Producer
William Berry Jackson Engineer
E-Plugg Engineer
Ian Mereness Programming
John Singleton Executive Soundtrack Producer
Isaac Hayes Orchestra String Arrangements
Alicia Keys Arranger, Composer, Producer
Earthtone III Arranger, Producer
Ron Christopher Horvath Engineer
Win & Dose Producer
Tenisha Smith Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    We're talking about SHAFT

    I saw the movie many, many years ago, got the tape it was great. Now with the Shaft2000 movie and CD, another hit. I want to be here when the next SHAFT movie and cd arrives. Both then and now are great. SHAFT NOW AND FOREVER..........

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Still Shafting

    More than twenty-five years after the original release of the Shaft, audiences are still going crazy about the thought of this charecter being on screen. What other person to bring new life to the charectar than the talented Sam Jackson. Together John Singelton and Jackson breath new life into this amazing charectar. This project will leave audience members to wait another Twenty to Twenty five years for Shaft 2020. 'The Soundtrack' Not many songs can make a come back twenty some hard years later without needing a Puffy remix (Ha-Ha). But in this case, Issac Hayes's classic 'Shaft' has proven that it can stand the test of time. He in fact can be considered a Trail blazer because songwriter R. Kelly must have asked him for permission to sit in the same room and drink the same tea out of the same cup,from 71, in attempts to come up with his new addition to the 'Shaft' Trilogy. I dont think music history could be considered complete without R. Kelly's 'Bad Man', Kelly has done it again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    SHAFT IS BAD

    I really enjoyed the movie and I thought Samuel Jackson looked awesome in this black leather outfits. We wanted more even when the movie was over. I saw Isaac Hayes on one of the morning shows and when the band got through playing the music 'Shaft,' I couldn't wait to see the movie. The music is awesome and I will be buying the CD. Good Job!!!

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