Training Day (soundtrack)

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Training Day
Soundtrack album by Dr. Dre compilation
Released September 11, 2001
Recorded 2001
Genre Hip hop
Length 1:05:26
Label Priority
Producer Dr. Dre, DJ Premier, Rockwilder, The Neptunes, Sean "Puffy" Combs, DJ Shok, DJ Muggs, Donald XL Robertson
Dr. Dre compilation chronology
Set It Off (soundtrack)
(1996)
Training Day (soundtrack)
(2001)
The Wash (soundtrack)
(2002)

Training Day: The Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 2001 crime film, Training Day. It was released on September 11, 2001, through Priority Records and contained mostly hip hop music. The album did fairly well on the Billboard charts, peaking at number 35 on the Billboard 200, number 19 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and number 3 on the Top Soundtracks chart, and spawning two hit singles, "#1" by Nelly and "Put It on Me" by Dr. Dre, DJ Quik and Mimi.[1] The soundtrack was A&R'd by Chuck Wilson.[2] Coincidentally, the album was released on the same day as the September 11 attacks.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Keep Your Eyes Open (Film dialogue)" – :06
  2. "W.O.L.V.E.S." – 3:57 (Krumbsnatcha & M.O.P.)
  3. "Bounce, Rock, Golden State" – 4:05 (Xzibit, Ras Kass & Saafir)
  4. "Put It on Me" – 5:04 (Dr. Dre, DJ Quik & Mimi)
  5. "#1" – 4:23 (Nelly)
  6. "Fuck You" – 3:54 (Pharoahe Monch)
  7. "Watch the Police" – 2:49 (C-Murder & Trick Daddy)
  8. "Dirty Ryders" – 4:20 (The Lox)
  9. "Crooked Cop" – 3:57 (Napalm)
  10. "American Dream" – 5:21 (P. Diddy & The Bad Boy Family featuring David Bowie)
  11. "Greed" – 3:24 (Cypress Hill & Kokane)
  12. "Guns N' Roses" – 3:38 (Clipse & The Neptunes)
  13. "Tha Squeeze" – 3:28 (Gang Starr)
  14. "Let Us Go" – 4:38 (King Jacob & Professor)
  15. "Training Day (In My Hood)" – 4:21 (Roscoe)
  16. "Protect Your Head" – 4:18 (Soldier B)
  17. "Wolf or Sheep (Film score)" – 3:41 (Mark Mancina)

Two songs not present on the album, but present in the movie and the trailer are, respectively, "Still D.R.E." by Dr. Dre (featuring Snoop Dogg), and "(Rap) Superstar" by Cypress Hill. "The Squeeze" was originally released as a 12" single, but was quickly pulled of shelves because of sample clearance issue. The single also has a special back cover, which says in big white letters, "In Stores September 11, 2001".

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Training Day - Original Soundtrack". Billboard.com. Retrieved March 30, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Babygrande Inks Distribtuon Deal With Koch". RapMusic.com. Retrieved March 30, 2011.