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Dogg Food
Dogg Pound
Dogg Food
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
  •  Track Listings (16) - Disc #1

Japanese reissue packaged in a miniature LP sleeve. Details TBA. Death Row. 2004.


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All Artists: Dogg Pound
Title: Dogg Food
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Death Row Koch
Release Date: 5/22/2001
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Styles: Gangsta & Hardcore, West Coast, Pop Rap, Funk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 728706300728


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Japanese reissue packaged in a miniature LP sleeve. Details TBA. Death Row. 2004.

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One of the greatest hiphop albums of alltime.............
The Specialist | Parts Unknown | 11/25/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Hands down. Dogg Food does not get it's due. This is the last great G-Funk record by Death Row. Great production by Daz and incredible lyricism from Kurupt, who in my opinion is one of the greatest rappers ever.

The whole joint is a classic."
One Of The Best Albums Ever
G-Funk 4ever | Listenin' to the Delfonics | 04/20/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Daz and Kurupt make up the legendary Long Beach duo Tha Dogg Pound. 1995 was the year they dropped the album that further changed the game that The Chronic and Doggystyle did the 3 years before. The production on this album is 2nd to none and handled by mostly Daz himself (DJ Pooh, Soopafly, and Dre add some mixing and production as well), one of the best producers in the game. This album is some of the finest examples of G-Funk ever conceived. The sad thing, is that it took some time for it to grow on me before I was a more serious rap head like I am now. But I now recognize fully that this album is a masterpiece. My favorite jam is "I Don't Wanna Dream About Gettin' Paid" where Daz and Kurupt tell stories about trying to make it. Daz' verse is the best because he paints a nice picture about ditching a loser job to follow the drug trade to make faster scrilla. The beat is laidback, melodic, and soulful with Nate Dogg providing a nice backdrop in the hook. Daz and Kurupt can battle rap very well, a style often associated with East Coast rap. They do so against the Ruthless Camp on "Dogg Pound Gangstaz" over a hard mobbin beat. "Cyco-Lic-No" has one of the deepest and smoothest beats that are loud enough to blow ya speakers; just listen to the bass! "Reality" kicks in some trillness by DPG over another beautiful Long Beach style banger beat. "One By One" is another classic with an airy beat with both kicking serious flows. They battle rhyme with precision. Kurupt has a sick and fluid flow; he can flow complex, yet make it sound so easy. This album is a total testament of the Death Row legacy; better yet, it is a testment to the Long Beach rap legacy. Don't sleep. This album is the definition of G-Funk and why the sub-genre is so great."