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Various - New Jersey Drive Vol. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) flac album
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New Jersey Drive Vol. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
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Soundtrack
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New Jersey Drive Vo. (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Comp, Promo). Sony Records, Tommy Boy. SRCS 7633. New Jersey Drive Vol. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Comp).

New Jersey Drive Vo.

New Jersey Drive, Vol. 1. Tommy Boy 1129. New Jersey Drive, Vol. Tommy Boy 1114. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is the first of two soundtracks to Nick Gomez' 1995 film New Jersey Drive. Composed of seventeen songs, the album features performances by Blak Panta, Coolio, Heavy D, Ill Al Skratch, Keith Murray, Mac Mall, Maze, MC Eiht, Lords of the Underground, Notorious . Outkast, Poets of Darkness, Queen Latifah, Ray Luv, Redman, Sabelle, Smooth, Total, Undacova, and Young Lay.

Genre: Hip-Hop, R&B. DiBella Just another case of a stellar soundtrack outshining a lackluster film. Volume one of this star-studded set of songs inspired by the ill-fated urban car-jacking film highlights the movers and shakers of mid-'90s hip-hop. 2. Various Artists. Released April 11, 1995. 2 Tracklist. More Various Artists albums. UglyDolls (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).

Quentin Tarantino's new love letter to exploitation cinema, Django Unchained conflates spaghetti Westerns with the lurid plantation heat of slavery potboilers like Mandingo. Interstellar: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack album to the 2014 film Interstellar directed by Christopher Nolan.

TITLE added to MP3 cart. Drive (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). MP3 Music, September 6, 2011.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Ill Al Skratch Don't Shut Down On A Player
Mixed By – LoRider, The LG ExperienceProducer – LoRider, The LG Experience
3:26
2 Redman Where Am I?
Producer – Reggie Noble
5:40
3 Blak Panta Do What You Want
Producer – Mike "Nice" BarrelProducer [Additional] – Brent Toussaint, Davhett Levy
4:22
4 Sabelle Old Thing
Producer – Salah*
4:13
5 Young Lay All About My Fetti
Featuring – Mac Mall, Ray LuvProducer – Khayree
6:25
6 Total Can't You See
Featuring – Notorious B.I.G.Producer – Sean "Puffy" Combs*
4:53
7 Lords Of The Underground Burn Rubber
Producer – Marley Marl
4:31
8 Poets Of Darkness 21 In The Ghetto
Co-producer – 69 aka SatanProducer – Tracy Stuckey
3:50
9 Undacova Love Slave
Producer – T-Ray
4:31
10 OutKast Benz Or Beamer
Producer – Organized Noize Productions*
4:16
11 Heavy D Check It Out
Producer – Easy Mo Bee
4:19
12 Queen Latifah Jersey
Producer – Queen Latifah
4:54
13 Keith Murray East Left
Producer – Erick Sermon
3:31
14 MC Eiht Ain't Nuthin' But Killin'
Producer – MC Eiht
5:02
15 Coolio Thru The Window
Producer – Wino
3:30
16 Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly Before I Let Go
Producer – Frankie Beverly
5:04
17 Smooth One And Only
Producer – E. 'Kenya' Baker*
4:10

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tommy Boy Music, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Tommy Boy Music, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Universal City Studios, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Tommy Boy Music
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound

Credits

  • A&R [Direction] – Gabriele Smith, Ian Steaman
  • Art Direction – Erwin Gorostiza
  • Design – Jason Rand
  • Executive-Producer – Monica Lynch, Nick Gomez
  • Mastered By – Tom Coyne
  • Photography By – Nels Israelson
  • Supervised By – Dawn Soler*
  • Supervised By [Assistant] – Barry Cole

Notes

Track #3 contains a replayed sample from "Dance With Me" written by R. Rans & P. Brown.
Track #6 contains a sample from "The Payback" written by James Brown.
Track #8 contains a sample from "You Know How To Make Me Feel" by Harold Melvin And The Blueprint.
Track #10 contains a sample from "Brooklyn To T-Neck" by Das EFX.
Track #12 contains a sample from "One Two" by Biz Markie.
Track #13 contains a sample from "Just To Get A Rep" by Gangstarr. It also contains a sample from "Flashlight" written by B. Collins, G. Clinton & B. Worell. It also contains a sample from "Method Man" by Wu-Tang Clan.
Track #17 contains a sample of "Take Your Time" written by Harold Clayton, Sigidi & Bashir-Abdullah.

CD states "Made In The USA"
Artwork states "Printed In Canada"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 16998-1114-2 0

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TBC 1114 Various New Jersey Drive Vol. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(Cass, Comp) Tommy Boy TBC 1114 US 1995
SRCS 7633 Various New Jersey Drive Vol.1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Comp, Promo) Sony Records, Tommy Boy SRCS 7633 Japan 1995
TBCD 1114 Various New Jersey Drive Vol. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Comp) Tommy Boy TBCD 1114 UK 1995
TBC 1114 Various New Jersey Drive Vol. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(Cass, Comp) Tommy Boy TBC 1114 Indonesia 1995
TB 1132 Various New Jersey Drive Vol. 1 (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(2xLP, Promo, Cle) Tommy Boy TB 1132 US 1995


Reviews:
  • Abywis
New entry on the Indie LPs chart, NME 8 April 1995.
  • Shou
From Executive Producer Spike Lee comes a sizzling action-thriller. The game is cars - taking them from the street for a hot thrill-ride to the fence or the chop shop - and then living off the high until the next Mercedes or BMW rolls by.This is the only life that Jason Petty (Sharron Corley) and his crew understand. And when police lieutenant Emil Roscoe (Saul Stein) pursues his personal vendetta against Jason, the game gets deadly. The odds against survival are overwhelming, but surrounded by friends, family and a glimmer of hope - there's a chance they can turn their lives around. Energized by a riveting rap soundtrack, this urban drama takes a daring look at life on the street - the way it really is.
  • Voodoogore
New Jersey Drive, Vol. 1 is the first of two soundtracks to the 1995 film, New Jersey Drive. It was released on March 28, 1995 through Tommy Boy Records and featured production from some of hip hop's top producers, including Erick Sermon, Easy Mo Bee and Marley Marl. The album found a great deal of success, making it to #12 on the Billboard 200 and #3 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and spawned the certified gold single "Can't You See" which launched the career of popular 90's girl group Total. On June 6, 1995 the soundtrack was certified gold by the RIAA.