Nineteen Ninety Now

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Nineteen Ninety Now
Studio album by Celph Titled and Buckwild
Released October 26, 2010
Recorded 1994–1995 (Beats, production)
2008–2010 (Vocals, cuts, mix)
Genre Hip hop
Length 72:07
Label No Sleep Recordings
Demigodz Records
Producer Buckwild
Celph Titled and Buckwild chronology
Diggin' In The Crates (Rare Studio Masters 1993-1997)
(2007)
Nineteen Ninety Now
(2010)
Buckwild Presents
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Music Emissions 4/5 stars[1]
AboveGroundMagazine (19.50/20.00)[2]
HipHopSite.Com 4/5 stars[3]
HipHopDX 4.5/5 stars[4]
Sputnikmusic 4/5 stars[5]

Nineteen Ninety Now is a 2010 album from underground hip hop artist Celph Titled and Buckwild. The concept of the album came about as Celph Titled and the executive producer James "DL" Ellison of No Sleep Recording came up with the idea of making an album over nothing but unheard beats by Buckwild – one of Celph Titled's favorite producers of the 1990s. Buckwild, who also was signed to No Sleep Recordings, was with the idea and started going through old boxes of DATs and floppy discs to dig up the best of his unreleased material from the period of 1994 and 1995.

After Celph Titled and Buck decided on their favorites they started putting the album together. They also brought in Mista Sinista of The X-Ecutioners do the scratches and cuts on the album and filled it up with additional guest verses from Sadat X, Grand Puba, Esoteric, Apathy, Chino XL, Vinnie Paz, Majik Most, F.T., Ryu, R.A. The Rugged Man, Treach of Naughty By Nature and D.I.T.C. members O.C., Diamond D and AG. In December 2010 the album was named the "Slept-On" album of the year by Hip-Hop news website HipHopDX.[6]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Songwriter(s) Performer(s)
1 "The Deal Maker" A. Best, V. Mercer Celph Titled
2 "Out To Lunch" A. Best, V. Mercer, A. Criss Celph Titled, Treach
3 "Eraserheads" A. Best, V. Mercer, V. Luviner Celph Titled, Vinnie Paz
4 "Fuckmaster Sex" A. Best, V. Mercer Celph Titled, Funkmaster Flex
5 "Swashbuckling" A. Best, V. Mercer, C. Bromley, R. Maginn, S. Ryan Celph Titled, Apathy, Ryu, Esoteric
6 "I Could Write A Rhyme" A. Best, V. Mercer Celph Titled
7 "Hardcore Data" A. Best, V. Mercer Celph Titled
8 "Mad Ammo" A. Best, V. Mercer, F.T., R.A. Thorburn Celph Titled, F.T., R.A. The Rugged Man
9 "Tingin'" A. Best, V. Mercer Celph Titled
10 "There Will Be Blood" A. Best, V. Mercer, O. Credle, A. Barnes, J. Kirkland, D. Murphy, M. Dixon Celph Titled, Sadat X, Grand Puba, O.C., AG, Diamond D
11 "Miss Those Days" A. Best, V. Mercer Celph Titled
12 "Step Correctly" A. Best, V. Mercer Celph Titled
13 "Wack Juice" A. Best, V. Mercer Celph Titled
14 "Styles Ain't Raw" A. Best, V. Mercer, C. Bromley, D. Barbosa Celph Titled, Apathy, Chino XL
15 "Where I Are" A. Best, V. Mercer Celph Titled
16 "Time Travels On" A. Best, V. Mercer, Majik Most, D. Ziegler Celph Titled, Majik Most, Dutch Massive

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