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|Genre:||Gangsta, Hardcore, R&B|
1. Beautiful - (featuring Pharrell Williams/Charlie Wilson)
2. Pt. 2) Snoop Dogg (What's My Name
3. Woof! - (featuring Mystikal/Fiend)
4. Lay Low - (featuring Master P/Nate Dogg/Butch Cassidy/Tha Eastsidaz)
5. Down 4 My N's - (featuring C-Murder/Magic)
6. From the Chuuuch to da Palace
7. Bitch Please
8. Still a G Thang
9. Just Dippin' - (featuring Dr. Dre/Jewell)
10. Wrong Idea - (featuring Bad Azz/Kokane/Lil HD)
13. The One and Only
14. Loosen' Control
15. Gin & Juice II
16. Stacey Adams
17. Ride On/Caught Up!
18. G Bedtime Stories
19. Hell Yeah (Stone Cold Steve Austin Theme) - (Stone Cold Steve Austin Theme)
|Playing Time:||79 min.|
|Contributing Artists:||Master P, Nate Dogg, Pharrell Williams, Dr. Dre, C-Murder, Mystikal, Bad Azz, Butch Cassidy, Charlie Wilson, Kokane, Fiend, Jewell, Magic, Tha Eastsidaz, Lil HD|
|Producer:||Snoop Dogg, Master P, Dr. Dre, Timbaland, The Neptunes, Ant Banks, DJ Premier, Meech Wells, Carlos Stephens, KLC, Soopafly, Craig B, Binky, Mike Elizondo, Rayshon E. Harris (Compilation), Bill Gagnon, Bill Gagnon (Compilation), Jesse Flores, Rayshon E. Harris|
|Distributor:||EMI Music Distribution|
Personnel: Sir Dogg, Mamie Gunn, Snoopy Collins, Mister Kane, Nate Dogg, The Lady of Rage (background vocals).Liner Note Author: Kimberly N. Cooper.Photographers: Don Mason; John Marcotte; Andrew Robinson .It's easy to take Snoop Dogg for granted, especially given the inconsistency of much of his output. It's also easy to forget that he's one of the best MCs in the game, with a delivery so smooth, laid-back, and distinctive that it slides through speaker systems like butter.Although this Capitol collection excludes tracks from Snoop's landmark DOGGYSTYLE album, it still does fans a great service by skimming the cream from his four albums released between 1998 and 2002. There are plenty of highlights, including the smooth Neptunes-produced R&B throwback, "Beautiful," and several tracks from Snoop's brief enlistment in Master P's No Limit army. Even the less stellar material, filled with funk-drenched jams and Snoop's inimitable flow, is hard to resist, making it a good bet for those seeking an overview of Snoop's turn-of-the-millennium albums.
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- lynne4950Mar 10, 2007by
Snoopified - The Best Of Snoop Dogg & Friends (CD 2005)
Always liked the way Snoop puts his tracks together and it is great party music or just when you want to feel good and go down memory lane for the good times.
- 69880441@delete...Jul 2, 2006by
Is the best of Snoop Dogg
This type of music is not to my likeing, but perfect for my son. He has been a Snoop Dogg fan for years. Loves the CD. It does have some of his best songs. For those that like Snoop Dogg, they should enjoy this CD.