Homebrew (Neneh Cherry album)

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Studio album by Neneh Cherry
Released 26 October 1992
Recorded Cherry Bear Studios & Trident Studios London
Genre Pop, trip hop, hip hop
Length 46:06
Label Circa (Virgin Records)
Producer DJ Premier, Cameron McVey, Jonny Dollar and Neneh Cherry
Neneh Cherry chronology
Raw Like Sushi
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau B+[2]
CMJ (favorable)[3]
Entertainment Weekly B+[4]
Q 4/5 stars[3]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[5]
Village Voice B+[3]

Homebrew is the second studio album by Neneh Cherry. The album features several different genres, including between jazz, funk and trip hop. The album photography was by Jean-Baptiste Mondino.

Gang Starr co-wrote and produced "Sassy" and "I Ain't Gone Under Yet." Geoff Barrow wrote and produced "Somedays."

"Trout" features a guitar riff sampled from Steppenwolf's version of "The Pusher",[6] and the drum track by John Bonham from "When The Levee Breaks".

Track listing[edit]

# Title Length
1. "Soul Sassy" featuring Guru of Gang Starr 2:33
2. "Money Love" featuring J$ (guitar) 3:39
3. "Move With Me" 5:18
4. "I Ain't Gone Under Yet" 4:03
5. "Twisted" 4:37
6. "Buddy X" 2:49
7. "Somedays" 3:35
8. "Trout" featuring Michael Stipe 5:03
9. "Peace In Mind" 5:34
10. "Red Paint" inspired by Moki Cherry 5:28