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Let Me Ride - Dr. Dre - Album Sampler Detox The Millenium Of Aftermath (Vinyl)

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  1. Find Dr. Dre online. Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, News, Facebook and more on IDCrawl - the leading free people search engine.
  2. Oct 10,  · Downtown science - room to breathe (vinyl,12 )\ Dr dooom - rip dr dooom bw surgery \ Dr dre - chronic re-lit (unreleased tracks)\ Dr dre - detox (the first advance)\ Dr dre - lil' ghetto boy 12' ()\ Dr dre - look out 4 detox \ Dr dre - swap meet old school mix '87\ Dr ease & the easetown posse easedroppin \.
  3. The "Manufactured By" identifier is derived from CD's matrix, where the Sonopress logo is visible. Tracks 1, 6, 7, 9, 11 taken from The Chronic. Tracks 2, 10 taken from Doggystyle. Track 3 taken from Above The Rim. Tracks 4, 5 taken from Murder Was The Case. Track 8 taken from All Eyez On Me. Track 12 taken from Greatest Hits. ℗ Death Row Recordings, LLC.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Detox - The Millennium Of Aftermath on Discogs.5/5(2).
  5. André Romell Young (born February 18, in Los Angeles, California), better known by stage name Dr. Dre, is an influential Grammy Award-winning American record producer, hip hop producer, rapper, actor and record executive. He is the founder and current CEO of Aftermath Entertainment and a former co-owner and artist of Death Row Records. Young is a significant .
  6. The Aftermath. Dr. Dre released the successful in Dr. Dre spent the s working on his third album, Detox, gaining a notoriety for being an excessive perfectionist. However, in he released what he claims to be his final album, Compton. When asked why he had not released Detox, he stated that it did not meet his standards. Dre.
  7. After founding Aftermath Entertainment in , Dr. Dre took on producer Mel-Man as a co-producer, and his music took on a more synthesizer-based sound, using fewer vocal samples (as he had used on "Lil' Ghetto Boy" and "Let Me Ride" on The Chronic, for example). Mel-Man has not shared co-production credits with Dr. Dre since approximately Born: Andre Romelle Young, February 18, .
  8. After founding Aftermath Entertainment in , Dr. Dre took on producer Mel-Man as a co-producer, and his music took on a more synthesizer-based sound, using fewer vocal samples (as he had used on “Lil’ Ghetto Boy” and “Let Me Ride” on The Chronic, for example).
  9. The album proved that Dre's already incredible talents were getting even better, with elaborate, orchestrated production perfectly balancing funkiness and complexity. Trendsetter, talent spotter, mic-ripper, and producer extraordinaire -- after more than fifteen years blessing speakers around the world, Dr. Dre is still at the top of his game.

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