2002 (Tha Dogg Pound album)
|Compilation album by Tha Dogg Pound|
|Released||July 31, 2001|
|Genre||West Coast hip hop, Gangsta Rap, G-funk|
|Label||Death Row Records|
|Tha Dogg Pound chronology|
|Los Angeles Times|||
2002 is the first compilation album by rap group Tha Dogg Pound. It is made up of unreleased material recorded by Tha Dogg Pound while they were signed on to Death Row Records, remixed and updated by then-head producer Cold 187um. Tha Dogg Pound were signed to Dillinger's D.P.G. Recordz and released their own album that year called Dillinger & Young Gotti. The album title is meant to imply it is a sequel or response of sorts to Dr. Dre's 2001 and the song 'Just Doggin' was produced by Dr. Dre. The album cover is the pictures of Daz and Kurupt from the Death Row family picture.
|2.||"Roll Wit Us"||Cold 187um, Darren Vegas||5:11|
|3.||"Just Doggin'" (featuring Nate Dogg)||Dr. Dre||4:45|
|4.||"Smoke" (featuring Snoop Dogg & The Relativez)||Cold 187um, Darren Vegas||4:48|
|5.||"Gangsta Rap" (featuring Crooked I)||Fredwreck||4:32|
|6.||"10 Til Midnight" (featuring SKG)||Cold 187um, Darren Vegas||5:50|
|7.||"Living Tha Gangsta Life" (featuring Xzibit)||Daz Dillinger||3:50|
|8.||"Don't Stop" (featuring 2Pac)||Daz Dillinger||4:03|
|9.||"Change The Game" (Remix, featuring Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek, Beanie Sigel)||Rick Rock||4:53|
|10.||"Crip Wit Us"||Daz Dillinger||3:52|
|11.||"What Cha About"||Cold 187um, Darren Vegas||4:34|
|12.||"Your Gyrlfriend" (featuring Mac Shawn & Soopafly)||Daz Dillinger||3:59|
|13.||"Feels Good" (featuring LaToiya Williams)||Daz Dillinger||4:46|
|14.||"Way Too Often" (featuring Soopafly)||Soopafly||4:15|
|15.||"It'z All About That Money"||Daz Dillinger||4:00|
|16.||"Every Single Day" (featuring Snoop Dogg)||Daz Dillinger||5:10|
- 2002 Tha Dogg Pound Allmusic.com, Jason Birchmeier
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