Songs from the West Coast is the twenty-sixth studio album by British singer-songwriter Elton John, released worldwide on 1 October 2001. Many critics have said that this album brought him back to his piano-based musical roots. Elton once again collaborated with long-time lyricist Bernie Taupin. Drummer Nigel Olsson returns to the band full-time. Tata Vega makes an early appearance as a backup vocalist and joined the EJ band later
West Coast is the debut studio album by Swedish band Studio. It was released in November 2006 by the record label Information. An expanded version of the album was released in 2007 as Yearbook 1. Yearbook 1 was listed at 23 in Pitchfork's Top Albums of 2007 list. West Coast was listed at number 57 on Fact's Best Albums of the Decade list. All tracks written by Rasmus Hägg and Dan Lissvik.
This was a compilation album released by Jive Records as part of their short-lived The Word Is Rap sub-label. East Coast vs. West Coast (Jive compilation) Q&A. Show all albums by Various Artists.
One of the most lyrical West Coast albums ever, this project features the underrated and talented Ras Kass spitting poetics over dope production. He’s one of the most talented wordsmiths in the West and this album was a true testament to his skill and precision. On tracks like Anything Goes and the super Nature of The Threat, Ras goes ballistic with his lyricism, helping to paint pictures of what he sees around him and expressing his knowledge. Every song on the album signals a special time in West Coast Hip Hop and Dre did what he does best by providing the production and spitting some dope lyrics over them (written by other people but still dope).
East Coast–West Coast hip hop rivalry. The East Coast–West Coast hip hop rivalry was a feud between artists and fans of the East Coast hip hop and West Coast hip hop scenes in the United States, especially from 1994 to 1997. Focal points of the feud were East Coast–based rapper The Notorious .
The West Coast never did!) Here, then, are all 26 changes that we noticed between the two versions, from Dr. Spaceman’s revised commercials to the two same-sex make-outs that only aired on one coast. East Coast: In the first flashback starring Amy Poehler as Teen Liz, she cries, Best prom night ever! West Coast: Poehler sort of stumbles through her cue thanks to overzealous applause and announces, Best sweet sixteen ever!
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|1||–Mack 10||A Touch Away||4:34|
|2||–E-40||Don't Go Back||4:38|
|5||–Spice 1||From The Pen||4:21|
|6||–Too Short||The Ghetto||5:02|
|7||–Daz Dillinger||Goin' Down
Featuring – Mac Shawn
|8||–Daz Dillinger + Mac Shawn + Soopa Fly*||P***y Whip||3:41|
|9||–Daz Dillinger + Celly Cel + Mac Shawn||Smoke Plenty||3:24|
|10||–Mac Shawn + Soopa Fly* + Tray Dee||Bring The Funk||3:32|
|12||–Richie Rich + Mac Shawn + B-Legit + Mac Shawn + Trapp||The Family||3:30|
|13||–Cuicide + Dirty + Trapp||Die Today||3:40|
|14||–Unknown Artist||The West Coast Never Dies (Bonus Track)||3:00|
|15||–Makavelli*||Makaveli (Bonus Track)||2:00|
- Art Direction – Carl Wilkes, Matthew Levine
- Design – Carl Wilkes, Matthew Levine
- Executive-Producer – John Parker
- Mastered By – BSP Productions
- Producer – Trapp
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 631207697528
- Barcode: 631207697429
|DT-6974-4||Various||The West Coast Never Dies (Cass, Album)||Deff Trapp Records||DT-6974-4||US||1999|