Chino XL - Here To Save You All mp3 album
Title: Here To Save You All
Date of release: 1996
Size MP3: 1800 mb
Size FLAC: 1365 mb
Format: AC3 VOX AA DXD VQF AAC DMF
Derek Keith Barbosa (born April 8, 1974), better known by his stage name Chino XL, is an American rapper and actor. He has released four solo studio albums, in which his most recent – Ricanstruction: The Black Rosary - won the 2012 HHUG Album of the Year award. Chino also forged a career in acting, signing with Hollywood talent manager Stacey Castro and subsequently appearing in several films and episodes of television.
Kreep" is the second single from rapper Chino XL's debut album Here to Save You All. It is produced by the Eric Romero, who uses elements from by Iron Butterfly, "Levitate" by Brecker Brothers, and "Repent Walpurgis" by Procol Harum for the drums. Additionally the song embodies portions from the song "Creep" by rock group Radiohead and "You Are Everything" by The Stylistics.
Chino XL's first studio album, Here To Save You All, is a panorama of quality lyricism equal in strength, if not greater, than anything he would put out after this release. His reputation as an impeccable battle rapper is well proven here as he creatively pokes fun at several celebrities. Any fan of hardcore hip hop will not be disappointed in this album. Chino XL stays true to the love of rhyming as he chastises those fellow rappers that have sacrificed their originality, skill, and creativity for tactics that have made hit pop (not necessarily hip hop) songs.
78 2. Chino XL. Here To Save You All (CD, Album). the vibe this whole album has is just very special and really should fit the taste of any hip hop head who has love for underground hip hop and the feeling it creates.
Chino XL. Produced by Erik Romero. Album Here To Save You All. Kreep Lyrics. I'm a kreep, I'm a loser You're so very special, I wish I was special But I'm a kreep, I'm a loser I wish I was special, I wish I was special But I'm a kreep. Written By Chino XL. Samples. You Are Everything by The Stylistics. Here To Save You All Chino XL. 1. Here To Save You All.
Here to Save You All. This song is by Chino XL and appears on the album Here To Save You All (1996).
At the young age of sixteen, Chino XL was signed by super-producer Rick Rubin to his label American Records and Here to Save You All is a great showcase for Chino’s amazing lyrics but unfortunately there aren’t many memorable beats on the album, so Chino has to carry the show mostly on his own with guests on only three tracks. Years before Eminem claimed I Just Don’t Give A , and became known for taking aim at popular celebrities, Chino XL’s debut was practically an encyclopedia of hilarious and scathing pop culture references
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Here To Save You All
Voice [Featuring] – Rosalin "Drama Child" Harris
Producer – Kutmasta Kurt*Recorded By – Chip MullaneyVocals [Additional] – Jamie Stewart Written-By – K. Matlin*
Mixed By – King TechVocals [Featuring] – Jut Boogie
|A4||Partner To Swing
Scratches [Cuts] – Jay Vietnam
|A5||It's All Bad||5:01|
Producer – Bird Vocals [Additional] – Dionna Brooks-JacksonWritten-By – L. Holbdy*
Producer – Bird Rap [Featuring] – Ras KassWritten-By – J. Austin*, L. Holbdy*
|A8||Waiting To Exhale
Rap [Featuring] – Gravitation Written By – A Thatcher, D. Youngblood, T. WalkerWritten-By – R. Stevens
|A9||What Am I?
Recorded By – Dan CharnasScratches [Cuts] – D.J. Homicide*Vocals [Additional] – Christine Palma
|B1||Feelin' Evil Again
Scratches [Cuts] – Jay VietnamVocals – Jamie Stewart
Producer – D.J. Homicide*Written-By – C. Bullock*
Producer – Erik RomeroWritten-By – E. Romero*
|B4||Many Different Ways
Scratches [Cuts] – Mark Luv*
|B5||The Shabba-Doo Conspiracy
Rap [Featuring] – Kool KeithRecorded By – Dan CharnasWritten-By – N. Thornton*
Recorded By – Dan CharnasVocals [Additional] – Sheena Lester
Producer – Dan CharnasWritten-By – D. Charnas*
- Executive-Producer – Dan Charnas
- Mastered By – Tom Coyne
- Mixed By – Carlos Bess (tracks: A8, B3), Sean Freehill (tracks: A3 to A7, A9, B1, B4 to B7)
- Producer – B Wiz* (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, A8 to B1, B4 to B6)
- Recorded By – Carlos Bess (tracks: A3 to A5, A8, B3, B4), Sean Freehill (tracks: A6, A7, B1, B4, B6, B7)
- Written-By – D. Barbosa*, R. Stevens (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, A8 to B1, B4 to B6)
NotesTrack A4 contains a sample from "Five/Four" by Gene Harris. It also contains a sample from "To The Break Of Dawn" by LL Cool J.
Track A5 contains a sample of "After The Dance (Instrumental Version)" by Marvin Gaye.
Track B2 contains elements from "Success" by Fat Joe.
Track B3 embodies portions of the composition "Creep" by Radiohead. It also contains samples of "In A Gadda Da Vida" by Iron Butterfly. It also contains samples of "Levitate" by The Brecker Bros.
Track B4 contains a sample of "Phony As You Wanna Be" by The Genius. It also contains a sample from "Time's Up" by O.C. It also contains a sample from "Worker Man" by Patra.
Track B6 contains a sample of "The Sick Rose" by David Axelrod.
Track B7 contains a sample from "Been Suck A Long Time Gone" by Hugh Masekela. It also contains a sample from "Make Me Say It Again Girl" By The Isley Brothers.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 9362-43038-4 8
- Barcode (Scanned ): 093624303848
|1-43038, 9 43038-1||Chino XL||Here To Save You All (LP, Album)||American Recordings, American Recordings||1-43038, 9 43038-1||US||1996|
|74321 30278 2||Chino XL||Here To Save You All (CD, Album)||American Recordings||74321 30278 2||Europe||1996|
|9 43038-2||Chino XL||Here To Save You All (CD, Album)||American Recordings||9 43038-2||US||1996|
|none||Chino XL||Here To Save You All (Cass, Album, Promo)||American Recordings||none||US||1996|
|AMR-VPRO-31||Chino XL||Here To Save You All (2xLP, Album, Promo)||American Recordings||AMR-VPRO-31||US||1996|