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2Pac + Outlawz
Title Price GBP  Media  Condition  Label 
Still I Rise 6.26  CD  EX  Interscope Records 4904132

Item Number: 5130155

Interscope Records, 4904132, 1999, 15 Track

Tracklist
 
1Letter To The President5:59
2Still I Rise4:13
3Secretz Of War4:12
4Baby Don't Cry (Keep Ya Head Up II)4:19
5As The World Turns5:06
6Black Jesuz4:24
7Homeboyz3:38
8Hell 4 A Hustler5:52
9High Speed5:59
10The Good Die Young5:42
11Killuminati4:02
12Teardrops And Closed Caskets5:05
13Tattoo Tears5:07
14U Can Be Touched5:59
15Y'All Don't Know Us4:53

Barcode and Identifiers
Barcode: 6 06949 04132 8
Label Code: LC 06406
Price Code: UN 900
Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
Matrix / Runout: 06069 490 413-2 01 +
Matrix / RunoutInner Ring: MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L YL
Mastering SID Code: IFPI L002
Mould SID Code: IFBI 01BR


Credits
Design - Unleashed
Edited By [Digital] - Claudio Cueni
Mastered By - Brian Gardner
Photography By [Cover Photos] - Fabrice Henssens

Notes
Made in the EU.

Second cat# printed on the back side of the booklet.

Track 1 mixed at Tracken Place, Hollywood, CA and recorded at QDIII Soundlab and CAN AM, Tarzana, CA
Track 2, 3, 14 mixed at Pacifique, North Hollywood, CA and recorded at CAN AM […] and Pacifique […].
Track 4 mixed at Larrabee North and recorded at Soulpower Studios and Westlake Studios.
Track 5 mixed at Record One and recorded at Pacifique […] and CAN AM […].
Track 6 mixed at Encore Studios, Burbank, CA and recorded at CAN AM […].
Track 7 mixed at Larrabee North and recorded at Sound Castle Studios, House Of Daz and CAN AM […].
Track 8 mixed at The Enterprise Studios, Burbank, CA and recorded at Tracks, North Hollywood, CA.
Track 9 mixed at Pacifique and recorded at CAN AM […].
Track 10 mixed at Record One and recorded at CAN AM […].
Track 11 mixed at The Enterprise Studios […] and recorded at CAN AM […].
Track 12 mixed at Pacifique […] and Barefoot Studios, Van Nuys, CA and recorded at QDIII Soundlab and CAN AM […].
Track 13 mixed at Encore Studios […] and The Enterprise Studios […] and recorded at CAN AM […].
Track 15 mixed at Record One and recorded at Quim & Reef's Room.


Track 9 contains an interpolation from "Genius Of Love" written by Adrian Belew, Chris Franz, Tina Weymouth adn Steven Stanley.
Track 12 contains an interpolation from "Love Ballad" written by Skip Scarborough.
Track 13 contains an interpolation of "Everybody Loves The Sunshine" written by Roy Ayers.

Release Country: Europe
Release Date: 1999-12

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