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9 thoughts on “ I Wanna F*** You - Various - Violator: The Album (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Violator: The Album on Discogs.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Violator: The Album on Discogs. Label: Violator Records - P2 • Format: CD Compilation, Club Edition • Country: Canada • Genre: Hip Hop • I Wanna F*** You Various: Violator: The Album ‎ (CD, Comp) Violator Records, Def Jam Recordings: Canada 2/5(1).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Clean CD release of Violator: The Album on Discogs. Label: Violator Records - ,Def Jam - • Format: CD Compilation Clean • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Jazzy Hip-Hop, Gangsta, Hardcore Hip-Hop/5(4).
  4. Various Artists - Violator: The Album (Violator, ) First off, half of these people aren't even on the Violator roster, like Eightball, Mysonne (who both appear on here more than once), and the Hot Boys. A&R's must have really wanted to promote Mysonne but where is he now? (Same question for Eightball.)/5(19).
  5. Label: Violator Records - ,Def Jam Recordings - • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Canada • Genre: Hip Hop •3/5(5).
  6. Aug 10,  · santhtolagumrentmonvereworthpencipe.co Compilations assembled to showcase record label rosters have become increasingly the norm. On Violator: The Album, the featured artists--including LL Cool J, Noreaga, the Beatnuts, and Busta Rhymes, are on different labels but have one thing in common--Chris Lighty's Violator Management company."Vivrant Thing," Q-Tip's bouncy ode to women and the Flipmode /5(19).
  7. Somewhere between a record label and a management company, Violator assembled its impressive roster of artists -- including LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliott, Q-Tip, Mobb Deep, Big Pun, Noreaga, the Beatnuts and 8Ball-- for a compilation album released in mid There's no lack of talent here, and the amount of rare material makes it a must-have for hip-hop fans.
  8. It includes Joe Walsh, Bob Seger, Boz Scaggs, and Dan Fogelberg, so it's obviously not strictly a country santhtolagumrentmonvereworthpencipe.co the soundtrack is important because it symbolizes the country trend that grew, then faded, in the early '80s (a case can be made that J.R. Ewing had a .

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