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Count Bass-D
Pre-Life Crisis
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Count Bass D was born on August 25, 1973, and was raised in The Bronx and Canton Ohio. At the age of four his father, a West Indian minister, encouraged him to play music at his church. Count thereafter learned to play the piano, organ, drums and bass. He then started gaining interest in hip hop, becoming better at rhyming while rapping with friends. In 2008, Count released a sequel album on 1320 Records, to Pre-Life Crisis, called L7 (Mid-Life Crisis), he was 35 at the time of release. In 2010, Count teamed up with old friend, producer and rapper DJ Pocket, and made two collaborative albums in the same year. In the Loop, and Activity, both released on Domination records. In 2011, Count and rapper Insight the Truncator, released a collaborative record called The Risktakers.

Pre-Life Crisis is the debut album by American rapper and record producer Count Bass D, released on September 26, 1995. Its songs mostly demonstrate Count Bass D's capability of playing multiple instruments (although several other musicians play instruments on this album), and the songs mainly consist of saxophones, smooth basslines, 808 drums, and electric guitars. Because of the album's progressive styles, it was difficult to market and it soon went out of print. It has, however, received a cult following among underground hip-hop fans.

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Count Bass D released his debut album, Pre-Life Crisis, on The WORK Group (1995). If there is one artist and one album that got me into hip-hop with live instrumentation, it would be Count Bass D and his debut album Pre-Life Crisis. He is the first rapper ever to play multiple instruments on his album. Dwight Conroy Farrell. Count Bass D. 2. Sandwiches (I Got A Feeling). Count Bass D, (Mark Nash on Lead Guitar). Count Bass D, (Rod McGahaw on Flugelhorn).

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Dozens
A2 Sandwiches (I Got A Feeling)
Lead Guitar – Mark Nash
A3 T-Boz (Part 1/2)
Flugelhorn – Rob McGahaw
A4 Shake
Backing Vocals – Kismick MartinGuitar – Mark Nash Trumpet – Rob McGahaw
A5 T-Boz Tried To Talk To Me!
Flugelhorn – Rob McGahaw
A6 Carmex
A7 I Got Needs
Guitar – Mark Nash Saxophone – Roger "Rock" Williams*
B1 Broke Thursday
Co-producer, Mixed By [Helped Out] – Coolout
B2 Agriculture
Flute [Alto] – Roger "Rock" Williams*
B3 Brown
B4 The Hate Game
B5 Pink Tornado
B6 Sunday School
B7 Baker's Dozen


  • Artwork By [Art Direction & Design] – Michelle Willems
  • Artwork By [Bugged Illustration] – George Sewell
  • Artwork By [Graphic Artist] – Patricia Jerina
  • Artwork By [Supreme Photography] – Eric Johnson
  • Instruments, Producer, Arranged By – Count Bass-D*
  • Mixed By [Mainly] – Mike "Bermuda Shhhorts" Corbett*
  • Mixed By [Secondarily] – Count*
  • Producer – Count Bass-D*
  • Recorded By [Assistant] – Joe Costa
  • Recorded By [Chief] – Mike Corbett

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OK 66202 Count Bass-D* Pre-Life Crisis ‎(CD, Album) Work, Hoppoh Recordings OK 66202 US 1995
O 66202 Count Bass-D* Pre-Life Crisis ‎(LP, Album) Work O 66202 US 1995
SRCS 7673 Count Bass-D* Pre-Life Crisis ‎(CD, Album) Sony Records SRCS 7673 Japan 1995
none Count Bass-D* Pre-Life Crisis ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Red) none US 2015
478373 2 Count Bass-D* Pre-Life Crisis ‎(CD, Album) Work 478373 2 Austria 1995