In Our Lifetime, Vol. 1

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In Our Lifetime, Vol. 1
Studio album by Eightball & MJG
Released May 18, 1999
Recorded 1998-1999
Digital Services
Urban House Studios
Houston, Texas
The Dungeon Recording Studios
Atlanta, Georgia
Genre Southern hip hop
Length 61:59
Label Suave House Records, Universal Records
Producer T-Mix, Mr. DJ, Tony Draper (exec.)
Eightball & MJG chronology
On Top of the World
(1995)
In Our Lifetime, Vol. 1
(1999)
Memphis Under World
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link
Los Angeles Times 3.5/4 stars link
The Source 4/5 stars link

In Our Lifetime is the 1999 album by Eightball & MJG released on Suave House Records under a new distribution deal with Universal Records. It was produced by their longtime producer T-Mix with additional production from Mr. DJ. It would be Eightball & MJG's last recording under Suave House Records.

The album sold 94,000 copies in its first week [1]

Track listing[edit]

  • All songs written by Premro Smith, Marlon J. Goodwin and Tristan Jones, except where noted.[2][3]
  1. "Intro" (Tristan Jones, Premro Smith)
  2. "We Started This"
  3. "Paid Dues" (featuring Cee-Lo) (David Sheats, Premro Smith, Marlon J. Goodwin, Thomas Calloway)
  4. "Do It How It Go"
  5. "Don't Flex" (David Sheats, Premro Smith, Marlon J. Goodwin)
  6. "Belly" (featuring Big Duke) (Tristan Jones, Premro Smith, Marlon J. Goodwin, L. Dixon)
  7. "Daylight"
  8. "We Don't Give a Fuck" (David Sheats, Premro Smith, Marlon J. Goodwin)
  9. "Get It Crunk" (featuring Thorough of South Circle) (Tristan Jones, Premro Smith, Marlon J. Goodwin, Rex Roberson)
  10. "Armed Robbery" (featuring Thorough, Gillie Da Kid, Toni Hickman & Big Duke) (Tristan Jones, F. Nasir, Toni Hickman, L. Dixon)
  11. "Love Hurts" (featuring Nina Creque) (Tristan Jones, Premro Smith, Marlon J. Goodwin, Nina Creque)
  12. "Nobody But Me"
  13. "Throw Your Hands Up" (featuring Outkast) (David Sheats, Premro Smith, Marlon J. Goodwin, Andre Benjamin, Antwan Patton)
  14. "Speed"

Personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from liner notes[4] and Allmusic.[5]

  • Preston Crump - bass
  • MJG - keyboards
  • Mr. DJ - music programming, scratches, mixing
  • Eric Gales - guitar
  • Donny Mathis - guitar
  • Marvin "Chanz" Parkman - keyboards
  • T-Mix - producer, recording engineer
  • John "Bernasky" Wall - recording engineer
  • Crazy C - mixing
  • Josh Butler - mixing
  • Tony Dawsey - mastering

References[edit]

  1. ^ link
  2. ^ Eightball & MJG - In Our Lifetime, Vol. I. Suave House/Universal Records. UD-53231
  3. ^ "Eightball & M.J.G. ‎– In Our Lifetime". Discogs. discogs.com. Retrieved 7/17/2014. 
  4. ^ Eightball & MJG - In Our Lifetime, Vol. I. Suave House/Universal Records. UD-53231
  5. ^ Eightball & MJG. "In Our Lifetime, Vol. 1". allmusic.com. Allmusic. Retrieved 7/17/2014. 

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