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EPMD - Business Never Personal mp3


Performer: EPMD
Genre: Hip hop
Title: Business Never Personal
Style: Boom Bap
Label: Rush Associated Labels, Def Jam Recordings, Chaos Recordings
Catalog Number: O 52848
MP3 version ZIP size: 1006 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 520

Tracklist

1Crossover3:49
2Who Killed Jane3:47
3Play The Next Man3:36
4Chill2:57
5Nobody's Safe Chump2:12
6Can't Hear Nothing But The Music
Co-producer – Charlie Marotta
3:37
7Head Banger
Featuring – K-Solo, Redman
4:52
8Boon Dox2:48
9Cummin' At Cha
Featuring – Das EFX
4:03
10It's Going Down4:12
11Scratch Bring It Back (Part 2-Mic Doc)
Producer – DJ Scratch
3:04

Credits

  • Co-producerMr. Bozack (tracks: C1 to C2, D1 to D2, A1 to B3)
  • ProducerErick Sermon (tracks: C1 to C2, D1 to D2, A1 to B3), Parrish Smith (tracks: C1 to C2, D1 to D2, A1 to B3)
  • ScratchesDJ Scratch (tracks: C1, C3, D3, A2 to B1)

Notes

Traclist on the retro cover is wrong. Each LP weights 150gr.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 7464 - 52848 - 1
  • Matrix / Runout: O52848LP A
  • Matrix / Runout: O52848 B
  • Matrix / Runout: O52848 C
  • Matrix / Runout: O52848 D

Album

Business Never Personal - EPMD. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Business Never Personal is the fourth studio album by hip hop duo EPMD, released July 28, 1992 on Def Jam Records. Following mixed criticism of their previous studio effort, 1990's Business As Usual, the duo was able to return to their past acclaim on Business Never Personal. The album is considered the duo's third classic by fans and critics. The record was originally given a rating of 4. 5 mics out of 5 in The Source in 1992. The lead single, Crossover, became its biggest success, nearly reaching. EPMD - Business Never Personal 1992. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Hip-Hop East Coast Rap. Album 1992 11 Songs. Indeed, the duo broke up not long after Business Never Personal came out. It was a perfect way to go out together. The album proved to be both a commercial and artistic triumph at the time, and with each passing year, it sounds more and more like their finest - if not their most historically important - recording. Writer: EPMD - Wade Flemons - Maurice White - Donald Leslie Whitehead, Composers: EPMD - Wade Flemons - Maurice White - Donald Leslie Whitehead. Nobody's Safe Chump. Da Bomb. The Chronic. Business Never Personal. View All. The best track on their latest effort, Business Never Personal, is Play the Next Man, a warning to skeezers that takes hold with a juicy call-and-response chant. Running a close second is Nobodys Safe Chump, which embraces gangsta raps madman attitudes without getting evil. Its Going Down and Chill, meanwhile, are more shots of MOR badassness. The musical gymnastics end there. As the albums leadoff single Crossover suggests, EPMD will make its underground funk forever - keep the crossover In This Article: EPMD. Want more Rolling Stone Sign up for our newsletter. Business Never Personal 1992. Album by EPMD. You Should Be Mine by Roger 1991. Say What by Idris Muhammad 1977. Help Me, Rhonda by The Beach Boys 1965. see 20 more connections. Head Banger by EPMD feat. K-Solo and Redman. One of Those Funky Things by Parliament 1978. Papa Was Too by Joe Tex 1966. was sampled in. Ryde or Die by Ruff Ryders 1999. The lead single, Crossover , became its biggest success, nearly reaching the Top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100. The duo cut Head Banger with Redman and K-Solo was also a hit in 1992. The album was later certified Gold in sales by the RIAA on October 13, 1992. The single Crossover was certified Gold on November 16, 1992. Members Erick Sermon and Parrish Smith began having money troubles during r. Business Never Personal, 1992. Boon Dox, 02:48. Nobody's Safe Chump, 02:12. Can't Hear Nothing But the Music, 03:37. Chill, 02:57. Scratch Bring It Back Part 2-Mic Doc, 03:04