Good Girl Gone Bad

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Tracklist

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Enhanced CD 1
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1Umbrella
recording engineer:
Kuk Harrell
drum machine [drum] programming:
C. “Tricky” Stewart (producer, C. “Tricky” Stewart)
producer:
C. “Tricky” Stewart (producer, C. “Tricky” Stewart) and Kuk Harrell (lead vocals)
mixer:
Manny Marroquin
keyboard [keyboards]:
C. “Tricky” Stewart (producer, C. “Tricky” Stewart)
background vocals and lead vocals:
Rihanna (Barbadian R&B/pop singer)
guest vocals:
JAY‐Z (US rapper)
produced for:
RedZone Entertainment
recorded at:
Triangle Sound in Atlanta, Georgia, United States and Westlake Recording Studios (founded as Westlake Audio in the early 1970s) in West Hollywood, California, United States
mixed at:
Larrabee Studios North in Universal City, California, United States
music videos:
Umbrella by Rihanna feat. Jay‐Z
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 332)
recording of:
Umbrella
lyricist:
Terius Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash)
composer:
Christopher Stewart (producer, C. “Tricky” Stewart), Terius Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash) and Thaddis Harrell
Rihanna feat. JAY‐Z3.654:36
2Push Up on Me
assistant recording engineer:
Jeff Pelletier
recording engineer:
Greg Ogan and Georgie Seara
producer:
Makeba Riddick (R&B vocal producer, singer / songwriter - Makeba Riddick) (lead vocals) and Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem
assistant mixer:
Josh Houghkirk
mixer:
Phil Tan (Malaysian-American audio engineer)
instruments:
Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem
lead vocals:
Rihanna (Barbadian R&B/pop singer)
mixed for:
RiotProof Productions
arranged for and produced for:
Beluga Heights
recorded at:
Chalice Recording Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States and Phase One Audio Group in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
mixed at:
Soapbox Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, United States
samples:
Running With the Night by Lionel Richie
recording of:
Push Up on Me
writer:
Makeba Riddick (R&B vocal producer, singer / songwriter - Makeba Riddick), Lionel Richie, Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem and Cynthia Weil
publisher:
Dyad Music Ltd., EMI Blackwood Music Inc., Janice Combs Music, Southside Independent Music Publishing and Yoga Flames Publishing
Rihanna3.753:15
3Don’t Stop the Music
assistant recording engineer:
Phillip Ramos and Tim Sturges
recording engineer:
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen and Al Hemberger
producer:
Stargate (Norwegian production/songwriting duo)
assistant mixer:
Josh Houghkirk
mixer:
Phil Tan (Malaysian-American audio engineer)
instruments:
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen and Tor Erik Hermansen
mixed for:
RiotProof Productions, inc
produced for:
Delirious Blacksmith Management, Ltd.
recorded at:
Battery Studios (NYC; not to be confused with the mastering studio located at 321 W 44th Street) in New York, New York, United States and Westlake Studios (founded as Westlake Audio in the early 1970s) in West Hollywood, California, United States
mixed at:
Soapbox Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, United States
samples:
Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ by Michael Jackson
music videos:
Don’t Stop the Music by Rihanna
recording of:
Don’t Stop the Music
writer:
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen, Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) and Tawanna Dabney
Rihanna44:27
4Breakin’ Dishes
recording engineer:
Kuk Harrell and Michael Tocci
producer:
C. “Tricky” Stewart (producer, C. “Tricky” Stewart) and Kuk Harrell (lead vocals)
assistant mixer:
Josh Houghkirk
mixer:
Phil Tan (Malaysian-American audio engineer)
mixed for:
RiotProof Productions
produced for:
RedZone Entertainment
recorded at:
Pacifique Recording Studios (Burbank) in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States, Triangle Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, United States and Westlake Recording Studios (founded as Westlake Audio in the early 1970s) in West Hollywood, California, United States
mixed at:
Soapbox Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, United States
recording of:
Breakin’ Dishes
lyricist:
Terius “The Dream” Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash)
composer:
Christopher Stewart (producer, C. “Tricky” Stewart)
Rihanna3.753:21
5Shut Up and Drive
assistant recording engineer:
Terence Franklyn
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Hemberger
producer:
Evan Rogers (musician/producer) and Carl Sturken
assistant mixer:
Roy Matthews
instruments:
Carl Sturken
background vocals:
Evan Rogers (musician/producer)
background vocals and lead vocals:
Rihanna (Barbadian R&B/pop singer)
produced for:
Syndicated Rhythm Productions
recorded at:
Sunwatch in Barbados and The Loft Recording Studios in Bronxville, New York, United States
mixed at:
The Loft Recording Studios in Bronxville, New York, United States
samples:
Blue Monday (original 12″ version) by New Order
music videos:
Shut Up and Drive (edited) by Rihanna
recording of:
Shut Up and Drive
writer:
Evan Rogers (musician/producer) and Carl Sturken
composer:
Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris (New Order) and Bernard Sumner
Rihanna4.13:33
6Hate That I Love You
assistant recording engineer:
Ricardo "Slick" Hinkson, Deepu Panjwani and Phillip Ramos
recording engineer:
Al Hemberger, Michael Tocci and Mikkel S. Eriksen
producer:
Ne‐Yo (task: vocal) and Stargate (Norwegian production/songwriting duo)
assistant mixer:
Josh Houghkirk
mixer:
Phil Tan (Malaysian-American audio engineer)
guitar:
Espen Lind
instruments:
Tor Erik Hermansen and Mikkel S. Eriksen
lead vocals:
Rihanna (Barbadian R&B/pop singer)
produced for:
Delirious Blacksmith Management, Ltd. and RiotProof Productions
recorded at:
Battery Studios (NYC; not to be confused with the mastering studio located at 321 W 44th Street) in New York, New York, United States, Lethal Studios in Bridgetown, Saint Michael, Barbados and Westlake Studios (founded as Westlake Audio in the early 1970s) in West Hollywood, California, United States
mixed at:
Soapbox Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, United States
music videos:
Hate That I Love You by Rihanna feat. Ne‐Yo
recording of:
Hate That I Love You
writer:
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen and Shaffer Chimere Smith
recording of:
Hate That I Love You
translated version of:
Hate That I Love You
Rihanna feat. Ne‐Yo2.63:39
7Say It
recording engineer:
Michael Tocci
producer:
Makeba Riddick (R&B vocal producer, singer / songwriter - Makeba Riddick) (lead vocals) and Neo Da Matrix
mixer:
Kevin “KD” Davis (US producer/engineer “KD” Davis)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Starpower Mgmt.
produced for:
Banga Squad and Platinum Door Entertainment
recorded at:
Westlake Studios (founded as Westlake Audio in the early 1970s) in West Hollywood, California, United States
mixed at:
The Boom Boom Room in Burbank, California, United States
samples:
Flex by Mad Cobra
recording of:
Say It
writer:
Qaadir Atkinson, Brian Thompson, Ewart Brown, Clifton Dillon, Lowell “Sly” Dunbar and Makeba Riddick (R&B vocal producer, singer / songwriter - Makeba Riddick)
Rihanna2.84:11
8Sell Me Candy
assistant recording engineer:
Dusty Robbenolt, Grayson Taylor (engineer) and Shane “Bermuda” Woodley
recording engineer:
Demacio Castellón, Rico Gonzales, Mat LeJeune and Chris Steinmetz
producer:
Makeba Riddick (R&B vocal producer, singer / songwriter - Makeba Riddick) (lead vocals), Terius “The-Dream” Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash) (lead vocals) and Timbaland
mixer:
Demacio Castellón
background vocals:
Terius “The-Dream” Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash)
mixed for:
Storm Circle Entertainment
produced for:
Timbaland Productions, Inc.
recorded at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States, Pressure Studios in Chicago, Illinois, United States and Roc the Mic Studios in New York, New York, United States
mixed at:
The Hit Factory Criteria in Miami, Florida, United States
recording of:
Sell Me Candy
writer:
Makeba Riddick (R&B vocal producer, singer / songwriter - Makeba Riddick), Terius Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash) and Timothy Mosley
Rihanna3.252:46
9Lemme Get That
assistant recording engineer:
Marcos Tovar (engineer) and Shane “Bermuda” Woodley
recording engineer:
Demacio Castellón, William Durst (engineer) and Anthony Kilhoffer
producer:
Terius “The-Dream” Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash) (lead vocals) and Timbaland
mixer:
Demacio Castellón
trombone [trombones]:
John Kricker and Dana Teboe
trumpet [trumpets]:
Rodrigo Gallardo (jazz trumpeter), Augie Haas, Doug Michels and Matt White (jazz trumpetist)
tuba:
Dan Satterwhite
background vocals:
Terius “The-Dream” Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash)
lead vocals:
Rihanna (Barbadian R&B/pop singer)
conductor:
Ed Calle
orchestrator:
Ed Calle
mixed for:
Storm Circle Entertainment
produced for:
Timbaland Productions, Inc.
recorded at:
Roc the Mic Studios in New York, New York, United States and The Record Plant (aka “Record Plant” Los Angeles) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
mixed at:
The Hit Factory Criteria in Miami, Florida, United States
recording of:
Lemme Get That
writer:
Shawn Carter (US rapper), Terius Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash) and Timothy Mosley
Rihanna3.53:41
10Rehab
assistant recording engineer:
Marcos Tovar (engineer) and Shane “Bermuda” Woodley
recording engineer and mixer:
Demacio Castellón
co-producer:
Hannon Lane
producer:
Timbaland and Justin Timberlake (task: vocal)
cello and violin:
Stevie Blackie
keyboard [keyboards]:
Hannon Lane
background vocals:
Justin Timberlake
mixed for:
Storm Circle Entertainment
co-produced for:
Mag's Son Productions, Inc.
produced for:
Timbaland Productions, Inc.
recorded at:
Roc the Mic Studios in New York, New York, United States
mixed at:
The Hit Factory Criteria in Miami, Florida, United States
music videos:
Rehab by Rihanna
recording of:
Rehab
writer:
Hannon Lane, Justin Timberlake and Timothy Mosley
Rihanna4.354:55
11Question Existing
additional recording engineer:
Daniel Laporte
assistant recording engineer:
Shane “Bermuda” Woodley
recording engineer:
Michael Tocci
co-producer:
Ne‐Yo
producer:
Makeba Riddick (R&B vocal producer, singer / songwriter - Makeba Riddick) (lead vocals) and Shea Taylor
mixer:
Kevin “KD” Davis (US producer/engineer “KD” Davis)
mixed for:
Compound Entertainment, LLC (Ne-Yo's label)
co-produced for:
Compound Entertainment, LLC (Ne-Yo's label)
produced for:
Compound Entertainment, LLC (Ne-Yo's label) and Stadium Productions, LLC
additionally recorded at:
D.M.L. Recording Studios in East Orange, New Jersey, United States
recorded at:
Roc the Mic Studios in New York, New York, United States
mixed at:
Circle House Studios in North Miami, Florida, United States
recording of:
Question Existing
writer:
Shaffer Chimere Smith, Shawn Carter (US rapper) and Shea Taylor
Rihanna3.24:09
12Good Girl Gone Bad
additional recording engineer and additional producer:
Terius “The-Dream” Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash) (lead vocals)
assistant recording engineer:
Ricardo "Slick" Hinkson and Deepu Panjwani
recording engineer:
Jon Marius Aareskjold (guitar), Amund Bjørklund (guitar), Michael Tocci and Mikkel S. Eriksen
producer:
Ne‐Yo (lead vocals) and Stargate (Norwegian production/songwriting duo)
assistant mixer:
Josh Houghkirk
mixer:
Phil Tan (Malaysian-American audio engineer)
guitar:
Bernt Rune Stray
instruments:
Tor Erik Hermansen and Mikkel S. Eriksen
mixed for:
RiotProof Productions
produced for:
Delirious Blacksmith Management, Ltd.
additionally recorded at:
Roc the Mic Studios in New York, New York, United States (lead vocals)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (NYC; not to be confused with the mastering studio located at 321 W 44th Street) in New York, New York, United States, Espionage Studios in Oslo, Norway (guitar), Lethal Studios in Bridgetown, Saint Michael, Barbados and Westlake Studios (founded as Westlake Audio in the early 1970s) in West Hollywood, California, United States
mixed at:
Soapbox Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, United States
recording of:
Good Girl Gone Bad
writer:
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen, Lene Marlin and Shaffer Chimere Smith
Rihanna3.353:39
13Cry
assistant recording engineer:
Phillip Ramos and Tim Sturges
recording engineer:
Al Hemberger and Mikkel S. Eriksen
producer:
Stargate (Norwegian production/songwriting duo)
assistant mixer:
Josh Houghkirk
mixer:
Phil Tan (Malaysian-American audio engineer)
grand piano:
Mikkel S. Eriksen
instruments:
Tor Erik Hermansen and Mikkel S. Eriksen
mixed for:
RiotProof Productions
produced for:
Delirious Blacksmith Management, Ltd.
recorded at:
Battery Studios (NYC; not to be confused with the mastering studio located at 321 W 44th Street) in New York, New York, United States and Westlake Studios (founded as Westlake Audio in the early 1970s) in West Hollywood, California, United States
mixed at:
Soapbox Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, United States
recording of:
Cry
writer:
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen and Tawanna Dabney
Rihanna33:56
14Haunted
assistant recording engineer:
Terence Franklyn
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Hemberger
producer:
Evan Rogers (musician/producer) and Carl Sturken
assistant mixer:
Roy Matthews
instruments arranger:
Carl Sturken
recorded at:
Sunwatch in Barbados
mixed at:
The Loft Recording Studios in Bronxville, New York, United States
recording of:
Haunted
writer:
Evan Rogers (musician/producer) and Carl Sturken
publisher:
Songs of Universal, Inc.
Rihanna4:09
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15Umbrella
was directed by:
Chris Applebaum
music video for:
Umbrella by Rihanna feat. JAY‐Z
recording of:
Umbrella
lyricist:
Terius Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash)
composer:
Christopher Stewart (producer, C. “Tricky” Stewart), Terius Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash) and Thaddis Harrell
Rihanna feat. JAY‐Z4:14
CD 2
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1Umbrella (Seamus Haji & Paul Emanuel remix)
remix of:
Umbrella by Rihanna feat. JAY‐Z
recording of:
Umbrella
lyricist:
Terius Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash)
composer:
Christopher Stewart (producer, C. “Tricky” Stewart), Terius Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash) and Thaddis Harrell
Rihanna feat. JAY‐Z36:28
2Shut Up and Drive (The Wideboys club mix)
engineer:
Chris Gehringer
remixer:
The Wideboys
remix of:
Shut Up and Drive by Rihanna
recording of:
Shut Up and Drive
writer:
Evan Rogers (musician/producer) and Carl Sturken
composer:
Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris (New Order) and Bernard Sumner
Rihanna36:36
3Breakin’ Dishes (Soul Seekerz remix)
recording of:
Breakin’ Dishes
lyricist:
Terius “The Dream” Nash (US singer, songwriter & RnB producer Terius Youngdell Nash)
composer:
Christopher Stewart (producer, C. “Tricky” Stewart)
Rihanna26:05
4Don’t Stop the Music (The Wideboys club mix)Rihanna2.56:38
5Question Existing (The Wideboys club mix)Rihanna26:12
6Hate That I Love You (K-Klassic remix)Rihanna feat. Ne‐Yo57:41
7Push Up on Me (Moto Blanco club mix)Rihanna16:37
8Good Girl Gone Bad (Soul Seekerz remix)Rihanna26:35
9Haunted (Steve Mac Classic mix)
Rihanna36:25
10Say It (Soul Seekerz remix)
recording of:
Say It
writer:
Qaadir Atkinson, Brian Thompson, Ewart Brown, Clifton Dillon, Lowell “Sly” Dunbar and Makeba Riddick (R&B vocal producer, singer / songwriter - Makeba Riddick)
Rihanna55:49
11Cry (Steve Mac Classic mix)Rihanna27:23
12SOS (Digital Dog remix)
recording of:
SOS
writer:
E. Kidd Bogart and Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem
additional composer:
Ed Cobb
is based on:
Tainted Love
Rihanna26:23