We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service (explicit)

~ Release by A Tribe Called Quest (see all versions of this release, 8 available)

Tracklist

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Digital Media 1
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1The Space Program
recording engineer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
mixer:
Dave Kennedy (mix credit), Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
bass guitar [bass]:
Louis Cato
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
guitar:
Chris Sholar (American guitarist)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Masayuki “BIGYUKI” Hirano and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
vocals:
Jarobi, Phife and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
part of:
Pitchfork: The 200 Best Songs of the 2010s (number: 177)
recording of:
The Space Program
writer:
Kamaal Fareed (American rapper), Malik Izaak Taylor and Jarobi White
4.155:41
2We The People....
recording engineer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
drum machine [drum] programming:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
mixer:
Dave Kennedy (mix credit), Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
bass guitar [bass]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Casey Benjamin and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
vocals:
Phife and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
samples:
Behind the Wall of Sleep by Black Sabbath (English heavy metal band)
part of:
Stereogum: The 200 Best Songs of the 2010s (number: 104)
recording of:
We the People…
writer:
Anthony Frank Iommi, John Osbourne, Kamaal Fareed (American rapper), Malik Izaak Taylor, Terrance Butler and William Ward
42:52
3Whateva Will Be
recording engineer and mixer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
vocals:
Consequence (US rapper), Jarobi, Phife and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
samples:
Promised Land by Nairobi Sisters
recording of:
Whateva Will Be
writer:
Dexter Mills (US rapper), Winston Jones (Jamaican reggae artist/producer), Kamaal Farid (American rapper), Malik Izaak Taylor and Jarobi White
52:53
4Solid Wall of Sound
recording engineer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
mixer:
Dave Kennedy (mix credit), Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
acoustic guitar:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
bass guitar [bass] and drums (drum set):
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Masayuki “BIGYUKI” Hirano
piano:
Elton John (English singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer)
vocals:
Busta Rhymes, Elton John (English singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer), Phife, Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
samples:
Bennie and the Jets by Elton John (English singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer) and Gimme Some More by The J.B.’s
recording of:
Solid Wall of Sound
writer:
Kamaal Farid (American rapper), Malik Izaak Taylor, Trevor Smith and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
53:43
5Dis Generation
additional recording engineer:
Michael Starita
recording engineer and mixer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
drum machine [drums] programming:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
assistant engineer:
Laura Gonzalez, Gloria Kaba (engineer) and Robert Kirby (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
vocals:
Busta Rhymes, Jarobi, Phife and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States and Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States
mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
samples:
Halleluwah by Can (German rock band) and Pass the Dutchie (7″ version) by Musical Youth
recording of:
Dis Generation
writer:
Fitzroy Simpson, Headley Bennett, Holgar Czukay, Huford Brown (Jamaican reggae deejay), Kamaal Farid (American rapper), Michael Karoli, Leroy Sibblis, Jaki Liebezeit, Lloyd Ferguson, Malik Izaak Taylor, Jackie Mittoo, Robert Lyn, Irmin Schmidt, Damo Suzuki, Trevor Smith and Jarobi White
3:34
6Kids...
recording engineer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
mixer:
Dave Kennedy (mix credit), Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
bass guitar [bass] and drums (drum set) [drums]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Casey Benjamin and Masayuki “BIGYUKI” Hirano
vocals:
André 3000 and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
recording of:
Kids…
writer:
André Lauren Benjamin and Kamaal Farid (American rapper)
3:48
7Melatonin
recording engineer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
drum machine [drum] programming:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
mixer:
Dave Kennedy (mix credit), Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
additional bass guitar [bass]:
Louis Cato
additional drums (drum set) [drums]:
Mark Colenburg
bass guitar [bass]:
Thaddaeus Tribbett (American R&B and gospel bassist)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
guitar:
Chris Sholar (American guitarist)
Rhodes piano [Fender Rhodes]:
Casey Benjamin
synthesizer:
Masayuki “BIGYUKI” Hirano
vocals:
Abbey Smith, Marsha Ambrosius and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
recording of:
Melatonin
writer:
Marsha Ambrosius, Louis Cato, Hirano Masayuki and Kamaal Farid (American rapper)
4:45
8Enough!!
recording engineer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
mixer:
Dave Kennedy (mix credit), Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
bass guitar [bass]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Masayuki “BIGYUKI” Hirano
turntable [scratches]:
George “DJ Scratch” Spivey
vocals:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
recording of:
Enough!!
writer:
Kamaal Farid (American rapper)
33:21
Digital Media 2
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1Mobius
recording engineer and mixer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
acoustic guitar:
Chris Sholar (American guitarist)
bass guitar [bass]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
guitar:
Blair Wells (engineer)
organ:
Casey Benjamin
piano:
Masayuki “BIGYUKI” Hirano
vocals:
Busta Rhymes, Consequence (US rapper) and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
recording of:
Mobius
writer:
Dexter Mills (US rapper), Kamaal Farid (American rapper), Kerry Minnear (Gentle Giant), Philip Shulman, Raymond Shulman (Gentle Giant), Derek Shulman and Trevor Smith
is based on:
Prologue
2:52
2Black Spasmodic
recording engineer and mixer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
bass guitar [bass]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
vocals:
Phife and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
recording of:
Black Spasmodic
writer:
Kamaal Farid (American rapper) and Malik Izaak Taylor
3:04
3The Killing Season
recording engineer and mixer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
bass guitar [bass]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
guitar:
Louis Cato
keyboard [keyboards]:
Masayuki “BIGYUKI” Hirano and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
vocals:
Consequence (US rapper), Q‐Tip (American rapper), Talib Kweli, Jarobi White and Ye (formerly Kanye West)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
recording of:
The Killing Season
writer:
Dexter Mills (US rapper), Kamaal Farid (American rapper), Talib Kweli Greene and Jarobi White
2:44
4Lost Somebody
recording engineer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
mixer:
Dave Kennedy (mix credit), Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
bass guitar [bass]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
guitar:
Chris Parks (guitarist) and Chris Sholar (American guitarist)
piano:
Chris Bower
vocals:
Katia Cadet, Jarobi and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
samples:
Halleluwah by Can (German rock band)
recording of:
Lost Somebody
writer:
Holgar Czukay, Kamaal Farid (American rapper), Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Irmin Schmidt, Damo Suzuki and Jarobi White
54:19
5Movin Backwards
recording engineer and mixer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
bass guitar [bass] and drums (drum set) [drums]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
guitar:
Chris Sholar (American guitarist)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Casey Benjamin
vocals:
Anderson .Paak (American rapper and producer) and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
recording of:
Movin Backwards
writer:
Brandon Paak Anderson and Kamaal Farid (American rapper)
4:42
6Conrad Tokyo
recording engineer and mixer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
drum machine [drum] programming:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
guest vocals:
Kendrick Lamar (US rapper)
vocals:
Phife
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
recording of:
Conrad Tokyo
writer:
Kamaal Farid (American rapper), Kendrick Lamar Duckworth (US rapper) and Malik Izaak Taylor
3:32
7Ego
recording engineer and mixer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
bass guitar [bass]:
Louis Cato and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
guitar:
Chris Sholar (American guitarist) and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
piano:
Casey Benjamin
turntable [scratches]:
George “DJ Scratch” Spivey
vocals:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
recording of:
Ego
writer:
Kamaal Farid (American rapper) and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
53:18
8The Donald
recording engineer and mixer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper) and Blair Wells (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Gloria Kaba (engineer)
co-producer:
Blair Wells (engineer)
executive producer:
ATCQ
producer:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
bass guitar [bass]:
Q‐Tip (American rapper)
guitar:
Louis Cato and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Masayuki “BIGYUKI” Hirano
turntable [scratches]:
George “DJ Scratch” Spivey
vocals:
Busta Rhymes, Katia Cadet, Phife and Q‐Tip (American rapper)
recorded at and mixed at:
AbLab in New Jersey, United States
recording of:
The Donald
writer:
Kamaal Farid (American rapper)
5:22