The Cactus Revisited

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The Cactus Revisited
Remix album by 3rd Bass
Released September 7, 1990
Genre Hip hop
Length 36:39
Label Def Jam/Columbia/CBS Records
CK 46901 (North America)
467442 (international)
Producer 3rd Bass, Marley Marl, Prince Paul, Dave Dorrell, Sam Sever, Stimulated Dummies, CJ Mackintosh
3rd Bass chronology
The Cactus Album
(1989)
The Cactus Revisited
(1990)
Derelicts of Dialect
(1991)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

The Cactus Revisited is a remix album from East Coast hip hop group 3rd Bass. It was released on September 7, 1990, by Def Jam Recordings; one year after 3rd Bass' debut album and one year before its second album. Out of a total seven tracks, it consists of six remixed songs and one unreleased song. Its remixes are by Prince Paul, Dave Dorrell, Marley Marl, and 3rd Bass itself, among others. It received both lackluster commercial and critical reception and is considered to be a patchy diversion, according to Dean Carlson of Allmusic [1].

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Performer (s)
1 "The Gas Face" Prince Paul MC Serch, Zev Love X, Pete Nice, Prince Paul (ad-libs)
2 "The Cactus" Dave Dorrell MC Serch, Pete Nice
3 "Wordz of Wisdom" 3rd Bass, Sam Sever MC Serch, Pete Nice
4 "3 Strikes 5000 (Vocal)" 3rd Bass, Stimulated Dummies MC Serch, Pete Nice
5 "Brooklyn-Queens" CJ Mackintosh, Dave Dorrell MC Serch, Pete Nice
6 "Product of the Environment" Marley Marl MC Serch, Pete Nice
7 "Steppin' to the A.M." 3rd Bass MC Serch, Pete Nice

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