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Dogg Food
     

Dogg Food

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by Tha Dogg Pound
 

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Before the release of tha Dogg Pound's debut album, Dogg Food, various conservative organizations attacked the record for being exceedingly violent and vulgar, pressuring Warner Bros. not to release the album. Not only did the company agree, it also sold off all of its interests in Interscope Records. Of course, that didn't stop

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Before the release of tha Dogg Pound's debut album, Dogg Food, various conservative organizations attacked the record for being exceedingly violent and vulgar, pressuring Warner Bros. not to release the album. Not only did the company agree, it also sold off all of its interests in Interscope Records. Of course, that didn't stop the album from being released -- Interscope signed a distribution deal with Priority Records. It's ironic that Dogg Food caused so much controversy, because, musically, the album is a very conservative piece of gangsta rap. Essentially, Dogg Food is the third rewrite of Dr. Dre's The Chronic, following Snoop Doggy Dogg's Doggystyle and the Murder Was the Case soundtrack. Even though Dr. Dre is only listed as an executive producer, his influence is all over the album, as Dat Nigga Daz faithfully reproduces all of the elements of Dre's trademark G-funk style -- slow, loping beats, deep, elastic rhythms, the occasional wail from a female singer, and layers of cheap, whiny synthesizers.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/31/1995
Label:
Priority Records
UPC:
0049925054620
catalogNumber:
50546A

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Performance Credits

Tha Dogg Pound   Primary Artist,Track Performer
Snoop Dogg   Track Performer
Michel'le   Track Performer
Ricardo Rouse   Rhythm Guitar
Carl "Butch" Small   Percussion
Priest Brooks   Keyboards
Nate Dogg   Track Performer
Stacey Smallie   Vocals
Kevin "K.V." Varnado   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Val Young   Contributor
Dr. Dre   Executive Producer
Joe Cool   Illustrations
Overdose   Producer,drum programming
Dave Aron   Engineer
Rick Clifford   Engineer
DJ Pooh   Producer
Keston Wright   Engineer
Dat Nigga Daz   Producer
Emmanuel Dean   Producer
Nanci Fletcher   Contributor
Ricky Harris   Contributor
Dave Swang   Producer
Carlos Warlick   Engineer
Tommy "D" Daugherty   Engineer
Malik   Contributor
Alvin McGill   Engineer
Suge Knight   Executive Producer
Kurupt   Contributor
Norris Anderson   Assistant Project Coordinator
Rick Freeman   Engineer
Rage   Contributor

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Dogg Food 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the greatest cds ever to come out. It sounds even better now than it did back in 95 when it was first released. If you love that classic westcoast sound then you'd best get this cd. If you already own it, then buy it again because it has been digitaly remastered and soundz better than ever.