The Body-Hat Syndrome [Explicit Lyrics]

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All Music Guide - Amy Hanson
Rebounding, in the charts anyway, from the relative downturn of 1991's Sons of the P LP, Digital Underground continued cultivating its own brand of P-Funk culture on The Body-Hat Syndrome two years later, stuffing what had been the group's first year of silence with a fresh batch of funk-infused rap. Digital Underground's last effort for longtime label Tommy Boy, The Body-Hat Syndrome lacked some of the bright spark and humor that informed the band's first two albums. With the edgy grind of the leading single, "The Return of the Crazy One," and its accompanying X-rated video reworked for public consumption boosting the band back into the spotlight, the rest of the album ...
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All Music Guide - Amy Hanson
Rebounding, in the charts anyway, from the relative downturn of 1991's Sons of the P LP, Digital Underground continued cultivating its own brand of P-Funk culture on The Body-Hat Syndrome two years later, stuffing what had been the group's first year of silence with a fresh batch of funk-infused rap. Digital Underground's last effort for longtime label Tommy Boy, The Body-Hat Syndrome lacked some of the bright spark and humor that informed the band's first two albums. With the edgy grind of the leading single, "The Return of the Crazy One," and its accompanying X-rated video reworked for public consumption boosting the band back into the spotlight, the rest of the album unfurled to less than outstanding crossover commercial acclaim -- the album's second single, the slightly melancholy and anti-racism cultural awareness politico "Whassup Wit the Love," barely cracked the R&B Top 100. But that's not to say that this set doesn't represent another brilliant feather in the group's cap -- it does. Smooth grooves, understated humor, and gentle remonstrations of peace, love, and manifesto continue to drive the Digital Underground style, here sampled across a chunky 20-track set. "Holly Wanstaho" is a fantastic jazz-tripped reinvention of Parliament's "Holly Wants to Go to California," while the completely original big bass beat "Brand Nu Swetta" is the perfect dance groove. The three-part "Body-Hats" breaks up the action. Two bonus tracks, "The Humpty Dance Awards" and "Wheee!," are included on The Body-Hat Syndrome's CD issue. With a smart balance between old-school, new-school, and their own school sonics, Digital Underground has once again brought funk history to life, passing the torch to the next generation and, above all, having one hell of a good time doing it.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/5/1993
  • Label: Warner SpeC. MKT. Uk
  • UPC: 016998108024
  • Catalog Number: 981080

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Digital Underground Primary Artist
Saafir Vocals
2Pac Vocals
Clee Askew Vocals
Michael Boston Vocals, Voices
Ron Brooks Vocals, Voices
Earl Cook Vocals, Voices
Gary "Mudbone" Cooper Vocals, Background Vocals
D-Love Vocals
DJ Fuze Keyboards, Turntables, Sampling
Gwen Everett Vocals, Voices
Ronald "Omar" Everett Vocals, Voices
Ramone "Pee Wee" Gooden Vocals, Voices
Michael Hampton Guitar
Shock-G Bass, Vocals
Toby "T-Love" Holton Vocals, Voices
Jeremy "Jay-Z" Jackson Keyboards, Turntables, Vocals, Voices, Sampling
Descaro Moore Vocals, Voices
Kim Morgan Vocals, Voices
O.B. Vocals
The Piano-Man Keyboards, Turntables, Sampling
Mark Sexx Vocals, Background Vocals
Ronvell Sharper Vocals, Voices
The Shat Vocals
Garry Shider Vocals, Background Vocals
Shirley Tabor Vocals, Voices
Greg Jacobs Voices
Shah Sexx Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Bernie Worrell Composer
Charles Wilson Composer
Clee Askew Composer
Bootsy Collins Composer
Ron Brooks Composer
Steve Counter Engineer
Michael Denten Engineer
DJ Fuze Programming
Darrin Harris Engineer
Jeremy "Jay-Z" Jackson Programming
Matt Kelley Engineer
Ken Lee Mastering
Bob Morse Engineer
The Piano-Man Programming
Mark Slagle Engineer
Roger Composer
Erwin Gorostiza Art Direction
Greg Jacobs Composer, Art Direction
Rackadelic Illustrations, Animation
Tupac Shakur Composer
David Elliot Composer
Michael Boston Composer
R. Mohamed Composer
Jeremy Jackson Composer
Eddie Humphrey Composer
The D-Flo Production Squad Producer
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