The LP

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This article is about the album by Large Professor. For other uses, see LP.
The LP
Studio album by Large Professor
Released 1996 (shelved)
Oct 2002 (promo only)
2009 (official release)
Recorded 1995–1996
Genre Hip hop
Length 42:50 (2002 version)
57:20 (2009 version)
Label Geffen/MCA Records
GEFD-24953

Paul Sea Productions
PSP-006
Producer Large Professor
Toney Rome
Large Professor chronology
Breaking Atoms
(1991)
The LP
(1996)
1st Class
(2002)
Alternative Cover
2009 release
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
HipHopDX 4.5/5 stars[2]

The LP is the debut solo album of American emcee and producer Large Professor. It was released officially in 2009, after being shelved in 1996 by Geffen Records after several delays. "The Mad Scientist" and "IJUSTWANNACHILL" were released as singles prior to the anticipated release, and a bootleg was circulated.[3] In 2002, Large Professor regained the rights to the recordings and released the album as a promo-only CD.In 2013,The Rate Your Musicit classified the album number 1 in the list Hip-Hop Albums 2009 and also in its list Hip-Hop (Past,Present,Future)-Book I[4]

Track listing[edit]

2009 Version[edit]

# Title Length
1 "Intro" 1:02
2 "That Bullshit" 3:42
3 "Hungry" 2:43
4 "I Juswanna Chill" 3:23
5 "Funky 2 Listen 2" 2:54
6 "Mad Scientist" 4:22
7 "Hard" 3:50
8 "One Plus One" (feat. Nas) 2:48
9 "The LP (For My People)" 3:17
10 "Dancin' Girl" (feat. Len X's Ten) 3:45
11 "Large Pro: Verbs" 2:36
12 "Havin' Fun" 3:25
13 "Spacey" (feat. Cee Lowe and Vandemator) 2:59
14 "Amaman" 3:57
15 "Queens Lounge" 3:16
16 "Bowne" 3:53
17 "Big Willie" 3:38
18 "Outro" 1:45

Samples[edit]

1996 Version[edit]

# Title Length
1 "Sunrise" 2:41
2 "One Plus One (feat. Nas)" 2:50
3 "Hard" 3:38
4 "Spacey" 3:04
5 "For My People" 3:20
6 "Hungry" 2:45
7 "Get Off the Bullshit" 3:44
8 "Funky 2 Listen 2" 2:59
9 "Dancing Girl" 3:47
10 "Have Fun" 3:11
11 "IJUSWANNACHILL" 3:36
12 "The Mad Scientist" 3:39

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