The Boardercross Sound

~ Release by Various Artists (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Pure
mastering:
Chris von Rautenkranz
engineer:
Florian Sommer
producer and mixer:
4LYN and Florian Sommer
recording of:
Pure
lyricist and composer:
Sascha Carillho, Ron Clauß, Björn Düßler and Bennie Eckebrecht
4LYN3:12
2Stupify
producer:
Disturbed (USA metal band) and Johnny K (producer, engineer and mixer)
mixer:
Andy Wallace (engineer)
recording of:
Stupify
writer:
Dan Donegan, David Draiman, Fuzz (Disturbed bassist Steve Kmak) and Mike Wengren
publisher:
Mother Culture Publishing and WB Music Corp. (1929–2019)
part of:
Little Nicky
Disturbed2.654:07
3Shit on You
co-producer:
Eminem (US rapper)
producer:
DJ Head (Detroit producer)
mixer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer)
lead vocals:
Bizarre (US rapper), Kon Artis (Denaun Porter, aka Kon Artis), Kuniva (rapper Von Carlisle, aka Rondell Beene) and Swift (member of D12, aka Swift)
lead vocals and other vocals:
Eminem (US rapper)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Interscope Records (in 2000) and Shady Records (Eminem's US rap label) (in 2000)
recording of:
Shit on You
writer:
Denaun Porter (Denaun Porter, aka Kon Artis), Marshall Mathers (US rapper), Ondre Moore (member of D12, aka Swift), Rufus Arthur Johnson (US rapper) and Von Carlisle (rapper Von Carlisle, aka Rondell Beene)
Eminem feat. D124.255:30
4Funky Cold Medina
producer:
Mario Caldato Jr. and Molotov (Mexican rock band)
mixer:
Mario Caldato Jr.
cover recording of:
Funky Cold Medina
lyricist:
Marvin Young
composer:
Matt Dike (American producer), Marvin Young and Michael Ross (Hip hop producer, engineer and co-founder of Delicious Vinyl)
Molotov2:57
5Counterfeit (Lethal Dose remix)
additional producer:
Josh Abraham
producer:
DJ Lethal
mixer:
Brendan O’Brien (engineer)
remix of:
Counterfeit by Limp Bizkit
recording of:
Counterfeit
lyricist:
Fred Durst
composer:
Limp Bizkit
Limp Bizkit vs. DJ Lethal5:10
6Goin’ Down
recording engineer:
Mudrock
additional engineer:
Nate Dube
producer:
Mudrock and Sully
mixer:
Jay Baumgardner and Mudrock
drums (drum set):
Tommy (Former drummer of the group Godsmack.)
electric bass guitar [4‐string thing]:
Robbie
guitar:
Tony
vocals:
Robbie, Sully, Tommy (Former drummer of the group Godsmack.) and Tony
recorded at:
River’s Edge Productions Inc. in Haverhill, Massachusetts, United States
mixed at:
NRG Studios in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
Goin’ Down
lyricist:
Sully Erna
composer:
Sully Erna, Robbie Merrill and Tony Rombola
publisher:
Hammerclaw, Meeengya Music, Mick Dog and Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP)
Godsmack3.53:24
7Light Up and Let Go
engineer:
Atom (engineer), Michael Bogus and Daniel Presley
producer:
Faith No More, Billy Gould and Roli Mosimann
assistant mixer:
Paul Ceppaglia
mixer:
Roli Mosimann
drums (drum set):
Mike Bordin (American drummer)
electric bass guitar:
Billy Gould
electric guitar:
Jon Hudson (guitarist in Faith No More)
keyboard:
Roddy Bottum
lead vocals:
Mike Patton (Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, etc.)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Slash Records (company, do not use as release label!) (in 1997)
recorded at:
Brilliant Studios in San Francisco, California, United States and Razor’s Edge Recording in San Francisco, California, United States
mixed at:
The Plant Studios (1981-2008) in Sausalito, California, United States
recording of:
Light Up and Let Go
writer:
Michael Allen Patton (Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, etc.)
publisher:
FNM Music (Faith No More publishing company)
Faith No More32:19
8Killing Time
programming:
Clinton Bradley, Jahred, Machine (American producer), Mawk (of (həd) p.e.) and Westyle
assistant engineer:
Rob Cooper (engineer)
engineer:
Richard Hasal
producer:
Machine (American producer)
mixer:
John Goodmanson and Steve Thompson (producer)
bass guitar:
Mawk (of (həd) p.e.)
guitar:
Chizad and Wesstyle
membranophone:
B.C. the Mizak Diza (american drummer (həd) p.e.)
turntable:
DJ Product 1969 ©
vocals:
M.C.U.D. (Brazilian American rapper and singer. lead vocalist of (həd) p.e.)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Zomba Recording Corporation (not strictly a label - avoid adding releases here) (in 1997), Zomba Recording LLC (in 1997) and RCA Records (not for release label use! for the imprint, please use “RCA” instead) (in 2000)
recorded at:
Sweet Tea in Oxford, Mississippi, United States, The Hit Factory in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States and The Machine Shop in Hoboken, New Jersey, United States
mixed at:
The Hit Factory in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Killing Time
lyricist:
Wes Geer, M.C.U.D. (Brazilian American rapper and singer. lead vocalist of (həd) p.e.) and Mawk (of (həd) p.e.)
composer:
M.C.U.D. (Brazilian American rapper and singer. lead vocalist of (həd) p.e.), Mawk (of (həd) p.e.) and Wesstyle
(həd) p.e.4.53:56
9So Much for the Afterglow
assistant recording engineer:
Nick Brophy (in 1997-03) and Bill Jackson (American engineer) (in 1997-03)
recording engineer:
Neal Avron (American engineer) (in 1997-03)
co-producer:
Neal Avron (American engineer)
producer:
A.P. Alexakis (Singer and guitarist of the rock band Everclear.)
assistant mixer:
Ian Blanch
mixer:
Andy Wallace (engineer)
vocals arranger:
A.P. Alexakis (Singer and guitarist of the rock band Everclear.) and Neal Avron (American engineer)
recorded at:
Rondor Studios in Los Angeles, California, United States (in 1997-03)
mixed at:
Saylor Sound Recording in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1997-05 until 1997-06)
recording of:
So Much for the Afterglow
lyricist:
Art Alexakis (Singer and guitarist of the rock band Everclear.)
composer:
Everclear
Everclear4.353:56
10Medicine
engineer:
Matt Hyde (US producer & engineer) and Randy Staub
producer:
Matt Hyde (US producer & engineer) and Dave Wyndorf
recording of:
Medicine
lyricist and composer:
Dave Wyndorf
Monster Magnet3:55
11Feel It
recording of:
Feel It
writer:
Maximum Roach
Maximum Roach3:18
12Piece of Lie
co-producer:
Robert Hill (producer/engineer)
producer:
Dicklicious
arranger:
Dicklicious
recording of:
Piece of Lie
lyricist and composer:
Dicklicious
Marz3:52
13Calm Down
producer and mixer:
Wolfgang Stach
recording of:
Calm Down
lyricist:
Christoph von Freydorf (Singer of Emil Bulls)
composer:
Christoph von Freydorf (Singer of Emil Bulls) and Jamie "Citnoh" Richardson
Emil Bulls3:04
14I Wish I Was Queer So I Could Get Chicks (Punk Rock version)Bloodhound Gang3:50
15Sucker
guest turntable:
T-Dub
recording of:
Sucker
writer:
28 Days (Melbourne, Australia punk rock)
28 Days33:33
16Broken Bones
producer and mixer:
Jerry Finn
background vocals:
Seth Gurewitz and Nikola Sarcevic
arranger:
MxPx (American punk rock band)
recording of:
Broken Bones
lyricist and composer:
Mike Herrera
MxPx2:15
17Peace Officer
producer:
Factory 81
recording of:
Peace Officer
writer:
Factory 81
Factory 815:13
18Deep Cover
producer:
Richard Gavalis and DJ Q-Ball
recording of:
Deep Cover
writer:
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer), Calvin Broadus (aka Snoop Dogg) and Colin Wolfe
The Drones feat. Q-Ball4:16
19Blister
producer:
Jimmy Eat World and Mark Trombino
bass guitar:
Rick Burch
drums (drum set):
Zach Lind
guitar:
Jim Adkins (US singer, songwriter & guitarist for Jimmy Eat World) and Tom Linton
piano:
Jim Adkins (US singer, songwriter & guitarist for Jimmy Eat World)
vocals:
Jim Adkins (US singer, songwriter & guitarist for Jimmy Eat World)
recording of:
Blister
writer:
Jim Adkins (US singer, songwriter & guitarist for Jimmy Eat World), Rick Burch, Jimmy Eat World, Zach Lind and Tom Linton
Jimmy Eat World3.53:31
20Blood Brothers (live)Papa Roach3:35
21Smack (live)
mixer:
Brian Sperber
live recording of:
Smack
lyricist:
Arnold (vocalist for 3 Doors Down)
composer:
Arnold (vocalist for 3 Doors Down), Harrell and Roberts (guitarist for 3 Doors Down)
publisher:
Escatawpa Songs
3 Doors Down33:35