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Recorded at Greene Street Recording, New York City; The Music Palace, West Hempstead and Spectrum City Studios, Long Island, New York.

P: Chuck D (Carl Ryder), Keith Shocklee, Hank Shocklee, Eric 'Vietnam' Sadler (The Bomb Squad).

E: Rod Hui, Chris Shaw, Kirk Yano, Nick Sansano, Dan Wood, Steve Loeb, Alan "J.J. Scott" Plotkin, Paul "Pauley Paul" Eulin, Mike Bona.

911 Is A Joke (Vocal)(Drayton/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Bascomb, Bad. Black Grass Music: (Paramount 1972)-"Feel Like Dancing"

Collins, Lyn. Single (People 1972)-"Think (About It)" (This would most likely have been sampled from James Brown's Funky People 1 compilation. Released Polygram: 1986)

Jackson, Michael. Thriller: (Epic 1983)-"Thriller"

Murphy, Eddie. Eddie Murphy: (Columbia 1982)-"Hit by a Car"

Sound Experience. Don't Fight the Feeling- "Devil with the Bust"

 

911 Is A Joke (Instrumental)(Drayton/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Bascomb, Bad. Black Grass Music: (Paramount 1972)-"Feel Like Dancing"

Collins, Lyn. Single (People 1972)-"Think (About It)" (This would most likely have been sampled from James Brown's Funky People 1 compilation. Released Polygram: 1986)

Jackson, Michael. Thriller: (Epic 1983)-"Thriller"

Murphy, Eddie. Eddie Murphy: (Columbia 1982)-"Hit by a Car"

Sound Experience. Don't Fight the Feeling- "Devil with the Bust"

Revolutionary Generation (Vocal)(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Parliament. Motor Booty Affair: (Casablanca 1978)-"Deep"

Revolutionary Generation (Instrumental)(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Parliament. Motor Booty Affair: (Casablanca 1978)-"Deep"

  • Chuck D. -Vocals/Carl Ryder-Producer;
  • Flavor Flav -Vocals;
  • Rod Hui- Mixing;
  • Nick Sansano -Engineer;
  • Christopher Shaw -Engineer;
  • Hank Shocklee - Programming, Producer;
  • Terminator X - Scratching and Turntables;
  • Eric Sadler -Programming, Assistant Producer;
  • Bill Stephney - Production Supervisor;
  • Greg Gordon-Engineer;
  • Keith Shocklee-Producer, Programming;
  • Paul Shabazz (programming);
  • Wizard K-Jee-Scratching
  • Kirk Yano-Mixing;
  • Chris Champion-Engineering Assistant;
  • James Straub-Engineering Assistant;
  • Tom Conway-Engineering Assistant;
  • Jody Clay-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dave Harrington-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dave Patillo-Engineering Assistant;
  • Kamarra Alford-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dan Wood-Mixing;
  • Steve Loeb-Mixing;
  • Alan "J.J. Scott"Plotkin-Mixing;
  • Paul "Pauley Paul" Eulin-Mixing;
  • Mike Bona-Mixing;

March 22, 1990

Single Release: 911 Is A Joke (Vocal); 911 Is A Joke (Instrumental); Revolutionary Generation (Vocal); Revolutionary Generation (Instrumental)

Def Jam/Columbia (73179)

 

Recorded at Greene Street Recording, New York City; The Music Palace, West Hempstead and Spectrum City Studios, Long Island, New York

P: Chuck D (Carl Ryder), Keith Shocklee, Hank Shocklee, Eric 'Vietnam' Sadler (The Bomb Squad).

E: Rod Hui Chris Shaw, Kirk Yano, Nick Sansano, Dan Wood, Steve Loeb, Alan "J.J. Scott" Plotkin, Paul "Pauley Paul" Eulin, Mike Bona.

Contract On The World Love Jam(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee)

Known Samples Used:

Brown, James. Single (King, 1965) also on album: I Got You (I Feel Good): (King 1966) -"I Got You (I Feel Good)"

Rev. Desmond Tutu-"The Race That Controls the Past, Controls The Present, and Therefore The Future" (Vocal Excerpt: Source Unknown)

 

Brothers Gonna Work It Out (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Clinton, George. Computer Games: (Capitol 1982)-"Atomic Dog"

Prince. Purple Rain: (Warner Bros. 1982)-"Let's Go Crazy"

Sly and the Family Stone-Stand: (Epic 1969)-"Sing a Simple Song"

Incident At 66.6 FM (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Meet The G That Killed Me (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Pollywanacraka (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Average White Band. Cut the Cake: (Atlantic 1975)-"Schoolboy Crush"

Clinton, George. Computer Games: (Capitol 1982)-"Atomic Dog"

Collins, Lyn. Single (People 1972)-"Think (About It)" (This would most likely have been sampled from James Brown's Funky People 1 compilation. Released Polygram: 1986)

Haywood, Leon. Come and Get Yourself Some: (20th Century, 1979)-"I Wanna Do Something Freaky to You"

 

Anti-Nigger Machine (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Brown, James. Single (Polydor, 1972) also album There it Is: (Polydor 1972)-"There It Is"

Collins, Lyn. Single (People 1972)-"Think (About It)" (This would most likely have been sampled from James Brown's Funky People 1 compilation. Released Polygram: 1986)

Dyke and the Blazers. Greatest Hits: (Original Sound 1969)-"We Got More Soul"

Kool and the Gang. Spirit of the Boogie: (De-Lite 1975)-"Jungle Jazz"

Parliament. Funkentelechy vs. the Placebo Syndrome: (Casablanca 1977)-"Flashlight"

Supremes, The: (Motown 1968)-"Love Child"

Thomas, Rufus-"Funky Hot Grits"

Williams, Esther. Let Me Show You: (Friends and Co. 1976)-"Last Night Changed it All (I Really Had a Ball)"

Zapp. Zapp: (Warner Bros. 1981)-"More Bounce to the Ounce"

Burn Hollywood Burn (Hardy/Jackson/Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Badder Than Evil. Gordon's War soundtrack: (Buddah 1974)-"Hot Wheels (The Chase)"

Brown, James. James Brown In the Jungle Groove (Reissue Compilation): (Polydor 1986)-"Give it Up or Turnit a Loose" (Remix)/Also possibly: Sex Machine (King, 1970) (original fake audience overdub version)

  • Vocals-Big Daddy Kane
  • Vocals-Ice Cube

Power To The People (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

J.B.'s The. Food for Thought: (People 1972)-"Gimme Some More" (Also James Brown's Funky People 1-most probable source)

Sly and the Family Stone. A Whole New Thing: (Epic 1967)- "Turn Me Loose"

Sly and the Family Stone.Heard You Missed Me, Well I'm Back: (Epic 1979)-"Let's Be Together"

Who Stole The Soul?(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Brown, James. Single (Polydor, 1971) also album There it Is: (Polydor 1972)-"Make It Funky"

Brown, James: Revolution of the Mind: (Polydor 1971)-"It's a New Day" (Introduction to live version by Brown MC, Danny Ray)

Collins, Lyn. Single (People 1972)-"Think (About It)" (This would most likely have been sampled from James Brown's Funky People 1 compilation. Released Polygram: 1986)

Sly and the Family Stone. A Whole New Thing: (Epic 1967)-"Trip To Your Heart"

Sly and the Family Stone. Stand: (Epic 1969)-"Stand"

 

Fear Of A Black Planet (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Barkays, The. Money Talks: (Stax 1978)-"Holy Ghost"

Sly and the Family Stone. A Whole New Thing: (Epic 1967)-"Underdog"

Can’t Do Nuttin’ For Ya Man (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Byrd, Bobby. Single (Brownstone 1971)-"Hot Pants. . . I'm Coming, I'm Coming, I'm Coming" (Note: Like the James Brown Jungle Groove scenario, it is possible that many Byrd, Lyn Collins etc. samples came from James Brown's Funky People compilations (Polygram 1986/1988) respectively)

Reggie Jax (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Leave This Off Your Fuckin Charts (Rogers);

Known Samples Used:

Grandmaster Flash. The Message: (Sugar Hill 1982)- "It's Nasty"

War At 33 1/3 (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Final Count Of The Collision Between Us and the Damned (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

  • Chuck D. -Vocals/Carl Ryder-Producer;
  • Flavor Flav -Vocals;
  • Rod Hui- Mixing;
  • Nick Sansano -Engineer;
  • Christopher Shaw -Engineer;
  • Hank Shocklee - Programming, Producer;
  • Terminator X - Scratching and Turntables;
  • Eric Sadler -Programming, Assistant Producer;
  • Bill Stephney - Production Supervisor;
  • Greg Gordon-Engineer;
  • Keith Shocklee-Producer, Programming;
  • Paul Shabazz (programming);
  • Wizard K-Jee-Scratching
  • Kirk Yano-Mixing;
  • Chris Champion-Engineering Assistant;
  • James Straub-Engineering Assistant;
  • Tom Conway-Engineering Assistant;
  • Jody Clay-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dave Harrington-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dave Patillo-Engineering Assistant;
  • Kamarra Alford-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dan Wood-Mixing;
  • Steve Loeb-Mixing;
  • Alan "J.J. Scott"Plotkin-Mixing;
  • Paul "Pauley Paul" Eulin-Mixing;
  • Mike Bona-Mixing;

 

Album Release:

Contract On The World Love Jam (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);Brothers Gonna Work It Out (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); 911 Is A Joke (Drayton/Sadler/Shocklee);Incident At 66.6 FM (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); Welcome To The Terrordome (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); Meet The G That Killed Me (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);Pollywanacraka (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); Anti-Nigger Machine (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); Burn Hollywood Burn (Hardy/Jackson/Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); Power To The People (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); Who Stole The Soul? (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); Fear Of A Black Planet (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);Revolutionary Generation (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); Can’t Do Nuttin’ For Ya Man (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); Reggie Jax (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); Leave This Off Your Fu*kin Charts (Rogers); B Side Wins Again (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); War At 33 1/3 (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee); Final Count Of The Collison Between Us and the Damned (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);Fight The Power (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee)

CD Def Jam CK-45413/CS Def Jam CT-45413/1995 CD Island 523446/2

Album Reviews

  • Q Magazine (2/91) - 4 Stars - Excellent - Recommended by Q as one of the five best rap albums of 1990 and ranked as one of the Fifty Best Albums of 1990. ...scalding attack on white supremacy...
  • Q Magazine (9/95, p.132) - 5 Stars...achieved the near impossible by being every bit as good as its predecessor. The music was Public Enemy’s now-familiar scream but was augmented with a percussive tinge that reflected the ever greater Afrocentricity...
  • New Musical Express (10/2/93, p.29) - Ranked #37 in NME’s list of the ‘Greatest Albums Of All Time.’
  • Rolling Stone (5/17/90) - 4 Stars - Excellent...Public Enemy has never aimed for anything less than a comprehensive view of contemporary black America...FEAR OF A BLACK PLANET complements this ambition with stunning maturity and sophistication...
  • Melody Maker (7/22/95, p.35) - Bloody Essential...slower, denser...funky. And it was a masterpiece...It’s beyond perfect, built like a platinum beehive and stuffed with cordite—The Bomb Squad’s last hands-on job for PE before they took on the task of...Ice Cube...
  • New Musical Express (7/15/95, p.47) - 10 (out of 10)...where do you go once you’ve made the greatest hip-hop album ever? Unbelievably, you consolidate that with an equally splendid follow-up...This time the sounds were softened slightly with flashes of ‘real’ instrumentation but the content remained as astonishingly tough and intelligent as before...
  • Entertainment Weekly...most powerful rap group..." - Rating: A

 

Recorded at Greene Street Recording, New York City; The Music Palace, West Hempstead and Spectrum City Studios, Long Island, New York.

 

P: Chuck D (Carl Ryder), Keith Shocklee, Hank Shocklee, Eric 'Vietnam' Sadler (The Bomb Squad). E: Rod Hui, Chris Shaw, Kirk Yano, Nick Sansano, Dan Wood, Steve Loeb, Alan "J.J.Scott"Plotkin, Paul "Pauley Paul" Eulin, Mike Bona.

Brothers Gonna Work It Out (Remix)(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Clinton, George. Computer Games: (Capitol 1982)-"Atomic Dog"

Prince. Purple Rain: (Warner Bros. 1982)-"Let's Go Crazy"

Sly and the Family Stone-Stand: (Epic 1969)-"Sing a Simple Song"

  • Remixed by Brian Dennis & The Bomb Squad Philly Mixx

 

Brothers Gonna Work It Out (Dub)(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Clinton, George. Computer Games: (Capitol 1982)-"Atomic Dog"

Prince. Purple Rain: (Warner Bros. 1982)-"Let's Go Crazy"

Sly and the Family Stone-Stand: (Epic 1969)-"Sing a Simple Song"

War At 33 1/3 (Vocal)(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);
War At 33 1/3 (Instrumental)(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);
  • Chuck D. -Vocals/Carl Ryder-Producer;
  • Flavor Flav -Vocals;
  • Rod Hui- Mixing;
  • Nick Sansano -Engineer;
  • Christopher Shaw -Engineer;
  • Hank Shocklee - Programming, Producer;
  • Terminator X - Scratching and Turntables;
  • Eric Sadler -Programming, Assistant Producer;
  • Bill Stephney - Production Supervisor;
  • Greg Gordon-Engineer;
  • Keith Shocklee-Producer, Programming;
  • Paul Shabazz (programming);
  • Wizard K-Jee-Scratching
  • Kirk Yano-Mixing;
  • Chris Champion-Engineering Assistant;
  • James Straub-Engineering Assistant;
  • Tom Conway-Engineering Assistant;
  • Jody Clay-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dave Harrington-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dave Patillo-Engineering Assistant;
  • Kamarra Alford-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dan Wood-Mixing;
  • Steve Loeb-Mixing;
  • Alan "J.J. Scott"Plotkin-Mixing;
  • Paul "Pauley Paul" Eulin-Mixing;
  • Mike Bona-Mixing;

Single Release: Brothers Gonna Work It Out (Remix); Brothers Gonna Work It Out (Dub); War At 33 1/3 (Vocal); War At 33 1/3 (Instrumental)

Def Jam/CBS (656018)

 

Recorded at Greene Street Recording, New York City; The Music Palace, West Hempstead and Spectrum City Studios, Long Island, New York.

 

P: Chuck D (Carl Ryder), Keith Shocklee, Hank Shocklee, Eric 'Vietnam' Sadler (The Bomb Squad). E: Rod Hui, Chris Shaw, Kirk Yano, Nick Sansano, Dan Wood, Steve Loeb, Alan "J.J.Scott"Plotkin, Paul "Pauley Paul" Eulin, Mike Bona.

Anti-Nigger Machine (Uncensored Extended)(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Brown, James. Single (Polydor, 1972) also album There it Is: (Polydor 1972)-"There It Is"

Collins, Lyn. Single (People 1972)-"Think (About It)" (This would most likely have been sampled from James Brown's Funky People 1 compilation. Released Polygram: 1986)

Dyke and the Blazers. Greatest Hits: (Original Sound 1969)-"We Got More Soul"

Kool and the Gang. Spirit of the Boogie: (De-Lite 1975)-"Jungle Jazz"

Parliament. Funkentelechy vs. the Placebo Syndrome: (Casablanca 1977)-"Flashlight"

Supremes, The: (Motown 1968)-"Love Child"

Thomas, Rufus-"Funky Hot Grits"

Williams, Esther. Let Me Show You: (Friends and Co. 1976)-"Last Night Changed it All (I Really Had a Ball)"

Zapp. Zapp: (Warner Bros. 1981)-"More Bounce to the Ounce"

 

Power to the People (Instrumental)(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

J.B.'s The. Food for Thought: (People 1972)-"Gimme Some More" (Also James Brown's Funky People 1-most probable source)

Sly and the Family Stone. A Whole New Thing: (Epic 1967)- "Turn Me Loose"

Sly and the Family Stone.Heard You Missed Me, Well I'm Back: (Epic 1979)-"Let's Be Together"

The Enemy Assault Vehicle Mixx (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Brown, James. Single (King, 1969)-"Funky Drummer"

  • Chuck D. -Vocals/Carl Ryder-Producer;
  • Flavor Flav -Vocals;
  • Rod Hui- Mixing;
  • Nick Sansano -Engineer;
  • Christopher Shaw -Engineer;
  • Hank Shocklee - Programming, Producer;
  • Terminator X - Scratching and Turntables;
  • Eric Sadler -Programming, Assistant Producer;
  • Bill Stephney - Production Supervisor;
  • Greg Gordon-Engineer;
  • Keith Shocklee-Producer, Programming;
  • Paul Shabazz (programming);
  • Wizard K-Jee-Scratching
  • Kirk Yano-Mixing;
  • Chris Champion-Engineering Assistant;
  • James Straub-Engineering Assistant;
  • Tom Conway-Engineering Assistant;
  • Jody Clay-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dave Harrington-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dave Patillo-Engineering Assistant;
  • Kamarra Alford-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dan Wood-Mixing;
  • Steve Loeb-Mixing;
  • Alan "J.J. Scott"Plotkin-Mixing;
  • Paul "Pauley Paul" Eulin-Mixing;
  • Mike Bona-Mixing;

19 June 1990

'The Maxi CD Summer Slammer'

Single Release: Brothers Gonna Work It Out (Remix); Brothers Gonna Work It Out (Dub); Anti-Nigger Machine (Uncensored Extended); Powersaxx (CD Bonus Track); Brothers Gonna Work It Out (LP Version); Power to the People (Vocal); Power to the People (Instrumental);The Enemy Assault Vehicle Mixx (CD Bonus Track)

Def Jam/Columbia (73391)

Recorded at Greene Street Recording, New York City; The Music Palace, West Hempstead and Spectrum City Studios, Long Island, New York.

 

P: Chuck D (Carl Ryder), Keith Shocklee, Hank Shocklee, Eric 'Vietnam' Sadler (The Bomb Squad). E: Rod Hui, Chris Shaw, Kirk Yano, Nick Sansano, Dan Wood, Steve Loeb, Alan "J.J.Scott"Plotkin, Paul "Pauley Paul" Eulin, Mike Bona.

Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man (U.K. 7" Mixx)(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Byrd, Bobby. Single (Brownstone 1971)-"Hot Pants. . . I'm Coming, I'm Coming, I'm Coming" (Note: Like the James Brown Jungle Groove scenario, it is possible that many Byrd, Lyn Collins etc. samples came from James Brown's Funky People compilations (Polygram 1986/1988) respectively)

Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man (Dub Mixx)(Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Byrd, Bobby. Single (Brownstone 1971)-"Hot Pants. . . I'm Coming, I'm Coming, I'm Coming" (Note: Like the James Brown Jungle Groove scenario, it is possible that many Byrd, Lyn Collins etc. samples came from James Brown's Funky People compilations (Polygram 1986/1988) respectively)

Get The F--- Outta Dodge (Censored Escapism Radio Version) (Houston/Ridenhour);

Known Samples Used:

Sly and the Family Stone-Stand: (Epic 1969)-"Sing a Simple Song"

  • Mixed by Chris Shaw and The Funk Ministers at Greene Street Recording Studios, New York City.
  • Vocals-True Mathematics
  • NOTE: It is most likely that all mixes of 'Get the Fuck Outta Dodge' were completed at Greene Street Recording Studios with the 'new' production team, see personnel below:
Burn Hollywood Burn (Extended Censored Fried To The Radio Version)

(Hardy/Jackson/Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee);

Known Samples Used:

Badder Than Evil. Gordon's War soundtrack: (Buddah 1974)-"Hot Wheels (The Chase)"

Brown, James. James Brown In the Jungle Groove (Reissue Compilation): (Polydor 1986)-"Give it Up or Turnit a Loose" (Remix)/Also possibly: Sex Machine (King, 1970) (original fake audience overdub version)

  • Vocals-Big Daddy Kane
  • Vocals-Ice Cube
  • Chuck D. -Vocals/Carl Ryder-Producer;
  • Flavor Flav -Vocals;
  • Rod Hui- Mixing;
  • Nick Sansano -Engineer;
  • Christopher Shaw -Engineer;
  • Hank Shocklee - Programming, Producer;
  • Terminator X - Scratching and Turntables;
  • Eric Sadler -Programming, Assistant Producer;
  • Bill Stephney - Production Supervisor;
  • Greg Gordon-Engineer;
  • Keith Shocklee-Producer, Programming;
  • Paul Shabazz (programming);
  • Wizard K-Jee-Scratching
  • Kirk Yano-Mixing;
  • Chris Champion-Engineering Assistant;
  • James Straub-Engineering Assistant;
  • Tom Conway-Engineering Assistant;
  • Jody Clay-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dave Harrington-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dave Patillo-Engineering Assistant;
  • Kamarra Alford-Engineering Assistant;
  • Dan Wood-Mixing;
  • Steve Loeb-Mixing;
  • Alan "J.J. Scott"Plotkin-Mixing;
  • Paul "Pauley Paul" Eulin-Mixing;
  • Mike Bona-Mixing;

Single Release: Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man (U.K. 7" Mixx); Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man (Dub Mixx);Get The F--- Outta Dodge (Censored Escapism Radio Version); Burn Hollywood Burn (Extended Censored Fried To The Radio Version)

Def Jam/Columbia (2231)

Recorded at Greene Street Recording, New York City; The Music Palace, West Hempstead and Spectrum City Studios, Long Island, New York.

 

P: Stuart Robertz, Cerwin (C-Dawg) Depper, Gary G-Wiz and "The JBL" (The Imperial Grand Ministers of Funk) and The Bomb Squad

E: Bob Fudjinski, Kirk Yano, Angelo Valensisi, Carlos Savetman, Chris Shaw, Mike Bona, John Bradley.

((AKA: The Imperial Grand Ministers Of Funk')

 

Get The F--- Outta Dodge (Escapism 1991)(Houston/Ridenhour);

Known Samples Used:

Sly and the Family Stone-Stand: (Epic 1969)-"Sing a Simple Song"

  • Mixed by Chris Shaw and The Funk Ministers at Greene Street Recording Studios, New York City.
  • Vocals-True Mathematics
  • NOTE: 'Get the Fuck Outta Dodge' was the first track of the Apocalypse 91 sessions produced by the 'The Imperial Grand Ministers of Funk'

Get The Fuck Outta Dodge (Uncensored)(Houston/Ridenhour);

Known Samples Used:

Sly and the Family Stone-Stand: (Epic 1969)-"Sing a Simple Song"

  • Mixed by Chris Shaw and The Funk Ministers at Greene Street Recording Studios, New York City.
  • Vocals-True Mathematics

Get The F--- Outta Dodge (Censored Escapism Radio Version) (Houston/Ridenhour);

Known Samples Used:

Sly and the Family Stone-Stand: (Epic 1969)-"Sing a Simple Song"

  • Mixed by Chris Shaw and The Funk Ministers at Greene Street Recording Studios, New York City.
  • Vocals-True Mathematics
  • Chuck D.- Vocals;
  • Flavor Flav-Vocals;
  • Gary G-Wiz-Programming, Producer;
  • Al Macdowell-Bass;
  • Frank Abel - Keyboards;
  • Joe Belladonna-Bass;
  • Charlie Benante-Drums;
  • Cerwin Depper-Producer;
  • Bob Fudjinski-Engineer;
  • Allan Givens-Horns;
  • Richard Gordon- Drums;
  • J.B.L.- Producer;
  • Tyrone Jefferson- Horn;
  • Steve Moss- Conga;
  • Stuart Robertz- Programming, Producer;
  • Terminator X-Turntables;
  • Fred Wells-Guitar;
  • Lorenzo Wyche-Horns;
  • Kirk Yano- Engineer;
  • Frank Able-Keyboards/Guitar;
  • Tyrone Jefferson- Horns;

20 November 1990

Single Release: Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man (U.K. 12" Powermixx); Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man (Dub Mixx);Get The F--- Outta Dodge (Escapism 1991); Burn Hollywood Burn (Extended Censored Fried To The Radio Version)

Def Jam/Columbia (73612)

Single Release: Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man (Full Rub Mix); Get The F... Outta Dodge (Uncensored); Powersaxx; Burn Hollywood Burn (12" Remix)

Def Jam (656385)