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Title:
Crown Royal
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FLAC album size:
1782 mb
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Rating:
4.9 ✪

Crown Royal is the seventh and final album by hip hop group Run–D. released on April 3, 2001 by Arista Records. It's the first and only Run–D. album with a Parental Advisory label, though previous Run-D. C albums, such as the 1986 Raising Hell, had included explicit lyrics. All songs but the title track featured guest artists, including Fred Durst, Stephan Jenkins, Sugar Ray, Everlast, Kid Rock, Nas, Prodigy of Mobb Deep, Fat Joe and Method Man.

Crown Royal is the title track off of Run-DMC’s 2001 album of the same name. Featuring a sample from Ferrante and Teicher’s Theme From Exodus, it is also one of three songs on the album that DMC appears on (due to problems with his voice and creative differences with Run). It is also the only song not to feature any involvement from a popular musician or rapper. Run is making sure the listeners know what he started with DMC and Jam-Master Jay in the 1980s.

Run DMC : Crown Royal. They invented rap-rock  . The album culminates with the celebratory ‘Simmons Incorporated’ – guest starring Method Man – and a hyper-speed 2001 take on ‘Walk This Way’. Just in case you’d forgotten. Run DMC have carried off the.

Their 1984 debut, Run-DMC, claimed the album format as hip-hop turf, putting B-boy cool at the center of the pop universe; their 1986 masterpiece, Raising Hell, made everything else in rock & roll sound like a sucker’s bet, exploding with the musical innovations that inspired hip-hop’s late-Eighties glory years. Walk This Way was the fluke hit video, but it was only the fifth- or sixth-best song on Raising Hell, and it can’t compare with the Britney-and-Justin Super Bowl version. Crown Royal uses the same musical strategy as their minor 1993 comeback, Down With the King: guest artists, guest artists and more guest artists. Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst brings the rock, Kid Rock brings the roll and Method Man puts another notch in his mike stand, obviously racing to top Biz Markie as the all-time gratuitous-cameo king.

For the 2001 album by Run DMC, see Crown Royal (album). Crown Royal is a blended Canadian whisky created by Seagram but sold to Diageo in 2000 Crown Royal. Crown Royal was introduced in 1939 and is the original version of the brand. Crown Royal comes in a purple felt-like bag with a gold tasseled drawstring. Crown Royal Black was introduced in 2010, and is a darker, higher alcohol (90 proof) whisky. Comes in a black felt-like ba. .Crown Royal Reserve was introduced in 1992.

With virtually no input from . he appears on a sparse three tracks) Crown Royal spirals so recklessly into contrasting segments that it's easy to forget you are even listening to a Run-D. Lacking any discernible sense of direction or continuity, the once cutting-edge trio has seemingly lost touch with its original fan base. They miserably play the role of alternative genre rockers on "Rock Show" (featuring Stephan Jenkins) and "Here We Go" (featuring Sugar Ray).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Run DMC* It's Over
Co-producer – Jermaine DupriEngineer – Brian FryeFeaturing – Jermaine DupriMixed By – JD*, Phil TanOrgan – Irwin FischProducer – LaMarquis Jefferson
3:40
2 Run DMC* Queens Day
Featuring – Nas, Prodigy of Mobb Deep*
4:18
3 Run DMC* Crown Royal
Co-producer – Run
3:13
4 Run DMC* Them Girls
Featuring – Fred DurstMixed By – Fred Durst, Tim NitzProducer – DJ Lethal
3:33
5 Run DMC* The School Of Old
Producer, Featuring – Kid Rock
3:20
6 Run DMC* Take The Money And Run
Featuring – EverlastGuitar – Eric AmbelProducer – Dante Ross, John Gamble
3:48
7 Run DMC* Rock Show
Drums – Brain Featuring – Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye Blind*Guitar, Bass – Tony FredianelliProducer, Mixed By, Engineer – John Carmer, Stephan JenkinsScratches – DJ Flare
3:14
8 Run DMC* Here We Go 2001
Co-producer – DJ HomicideFeaturing – Sugar Ray
3:21
9 Run DMC* Ahhh
Backing Vocals – Charlene Crockett*Featuring – Chris Davis
4:21
10 Run DMC* Let's Stay Together (Together Forever)
Choir – Charles King, Daniel Moore, Eartha James, Josette Lumpkin, Natalye Woodson, Sharon Walters, Verolyn Kennebrew, William SwannCo-producer – LaMarquis JeffersonEngineer – Brian FryeFeaturing – Jagged Edge Guitar – Donny MathisKeyboards – Richard Johnson Mixed By – JD*, Phil TanProducer, Rap [Uncredited Guest Ad-libs] – Jermaine Dupri
3:19
11 Run DMC* Ay Papi
Backing Vocals – Bo Skaggs Nitty, Karmine WilsonFeaturing – Fat Joe
3:16
12 Run DMC* Simmons Incorporated
Co-producer – RunFeaturing – Method ManRap [Additional] – Big Dash, Donald McFarland, Jamel Simmons, Kenny Cash, Mike Ransom
4:56
13 Run-DMC vs. Jason Nevins Walk This Way
Featuring – Aerosmith
3:58

Credits

  • Producer – Jam Master Jay (tracks: 2 to 4, 8, 9, 11, 12), Randy Allen (tracks: 2 to 4, 9, 11, 12)

Notes

Track 13 is not listed on the tracklist.

Track 12 contains 30 seconds of silence to introduce the bonus track 13.

Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 43218 40642 3
  • Label Code: LC 03484
  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout: A-49162/4321840632 A
  • Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS (Logo)
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB46
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0725

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7432184063244 Run-DMC Crown Royal ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Arista 7432184063244 Russia Unknown
74321 85939 2 Run DMC* Crown Royal ‎(CD, Album) BMG Russia, Arista 74321 85939 2 Russia 2001
74321843844 Run-DMC Crown Royal ‎(Cass, Album, Promo, Smplr) Arista 74321843844 Netherlands Unknown
74321840632 Run DMC* Crown Royal ‎(CD, Album) Arista 74321840632 Australia 2001
74321 840632 Run-DMC Crown Royal ‎(Cass, MiniAlbum, Promo) Arista 74321 840632 Europe 2001

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Run DMC* It's Over
Co-producer – Jermaine DupriEngineer – Brian FryeFeaturing – Jermaine DupriMixed By – JD*, Phil TanOrgan – Irwin Fisch Producer – LaMarquis Jefferson
3:40
A2 Run DMC* Queens Day
Featuring – Nas, Prodigy of Mobb Deep*
4:18
A3 Run DMC* Crown Royal
Co-producer – Run
3:13
A4 Run DMC* Them Girls
Featuring – Fred DurstMixed By – Fred Durst, Tim NitzProducer – DJ Lethal
3:33
A5 Run DMC* The School Of Old
Producer, Featuring – Kid Rock
3:20
A6 Run DMC* Take The Money And Run
Featuring – EverlastGuitar – Eric AmbelProducer – Dante Ross, John Gamble
3:48
B1 Run DMC* Rock Show
Drums – Brain Featuring – Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye Blind*Guitar, Bass – Tony FredianelliProducer, Mixed By, Engineer – John Carmer, Stephan JenkinsScratches – DJ Flare
3:14
B2 Run DMC* Here We Go 2001
Co-producer – DJ HomicideFeaturing – Sugar Ray
3:21
B3 Run DMC* Ahhh
Backing Vocals – Charlene Crockett*Featuring – Chris Davis
4:21
B4 Run DMC* Let's Stay Together (Together Forever)
Choir – Charles King, Daniel Moore, Eartha James, Josette Lumpkin, Natalye Woodson, Sharon Walters, Verolyn Kennebrew, William SwannCo-producer – LaMarquis JeffersonEngineer – Brian FryeFeaturing – Jagged Edge Guitar – Donny MathisKeyboards – Richard Johnson Mixed By – JD*, Phil TanProducer, Rap [Uncredited Guest Ad-libs] – Jermaine Dupri
3:19
B5 Run DMC* Ay Papi
Backing Vocals – Bo Skaggs Nitty, Karmine WilsonFeaturing – Fat Joe
3:16
B6 Run DMC* Simmons Incorporated
Co-producer – RunFeaturing – Method ManRap [Additional] – Big Dash, Donald McFarland, Jamel Simmons, Kenny Cash, Mike Ransom
4:56

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 201007 000076

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
74321 84064 2 Run DMC* Crown Royal ‎(CD, Album) Arista 74321 84064 2 UK 2001
7432184063244 Run-DMC Crown Royal ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Arista 7432184063244 Russia Unknown
74321 85939 2 Run DMC* Crown Royal ‎(CD, Album) BMG Russia, Arista 74321 85939 2 Russia 2001
74321843844 Run-DMC Crown Royal ‎(Cass, Album, Promo, Smplr) Arista 74321843844 Netherlands Unknown
74321840632 Run DMC* Crown Royal ‎(CD, Album) Arista 74321840632 Australia 2001


Reviews:
  • Mitynarit
I have always ignored this album in order not to ruin Run DMC for me. Now in 2019 I finally listened to it. Or I tried. I could not listen to all tracks in their entirety. The first 2 tracks are somewhat OK, So is the last track.In between there are some pretty substandard tracks. Dont get me wrong , I love Run DMC.Its just that the featuring "rock" artists feel out of place, the guest mc´s outshine Run & DMC, there are no killer riffs or memorable melodies to speak of. They should have just let JMJ handle the beats, instead of trying to sound like hits of the day and over producing the whole thing into a mess that does not know what it wants to sound like.They keep on reminding about the good old times on the lyrics, as if people would have forgot who they are.I understand they had some internal conflict while doing this and you can totally hear it on the record.