The Wash (soundtrack)

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The Wash
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released November 6, 2001
Recorded 2001
Genre Hip hop, west coast hip hop, gangsta rap
Length 68:48
Label Aftermath/Doggystyle/Interscope
Producer Dr. Dre, Megahertz, Mahogany, Hi-Tek, Jeff Bass, DJ Pooh, Eminem
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link

The Wash is a 2001 soundtrack album followed by the movie The Wash, released on November 6, 2001. The album was produced by multi-platinum producer Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg.

Reception[edit]

Singles off the album include "The Wash" and "Bad Intentions", charting in the Billboard Hot 100 (peaking at #1 and #1 on the U.S. Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart), while the album itself peaked at #1 in the Billboard 200 with its 785,000 units moved, eventually achieving 2x Platinum status. The recording won the 2002 Stony Award for Best Soundtrack. [1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "On the Blvd." - Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg (produced by Jelly Roll) – 4:28
  2. "Benefit of the Doubt" - Truth Hurts featuring Shaunta (produced by Mel-Man) – 4:50
  3. "Blow My Buzz" - D12 (produced by Eminem & co-produced by Jeff Bass) – 5:08
  4. "Bring 2" - Bilal (produced by James Poyser & Vikter Duplaix) – 4:20
  5. "Bad Intentions" - Dr. Dre featuring Knoc-turn'al (produced by Mahogany & co-produced by Dr. Dre) – 3:02
    Contains sample from "Hollywood Hot" by Eleventh Hour
  6. "Get Fucked Up With Me" - Xzibit (produced by Jeremy Jackson) – 4:35
  7. "My High" - Yero (produced by Bryan-Michael Cox, Co-Lab-O & Jason Rome) – 3:35
  8. "Holla" - Busta Rhymes (produced by Dr. Dre) – 4:02
  9. "Bubba Talk" - Bubba Sparxxx (produced by Timbaland) – 3:48
  10. "Good Lovin'" - Shaunta (produced by Hi-Tek) – 3:39
    Contains samples from "Mercy Mercy Me" & "God Is Love" by Marvin Gaye
  11. "Riding High" - Daks featuring R.C. (produced by Focus...) – 4:15
  12. "Gotta Get Dis Money" - Soopafly (produced by Soopafly) – 4:51
  13. "Don't Talk Shit" - Ox (produced by Megahertz) – 4:23
  14. "Everytime" - Toi (produced by Soopafly)– 4:05
    Contains samples from "Get This Money" by Slum Village
  15. "Str8 West Coast" - Knoc-turn'al (produced by Dr. Dre) – 2:54
  16. "No" - Joe Beast (produced by Mel-Man) – 3:34
  17. "The Wash" - Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg (produced by Dr. Dre & DJ Pooh) – 3:20
    Interpolates Leon Haywood's "I Wanta Do Something Freaky to You".

Tracks from the original motion picture[edit]

  • "(Not Just) Knee Deep" - Funkadelic
  • "Funky Worm" - Ohio Players
  • "Rapture" - Blondie
  • "Take a Little Time" - Terrell C. Moses
  • "No Other Love" - Faith Evans
  • "I Aint No Joke" - Eric Barrier and William Griffin
  • "Encore Work Slow Evil" - Dr. Dre, Scott Storch & Mike Elizondo (incidental music)
  • "Yo Ho" - Dr. Dre & Camara Kambon (Instrumental)
  • "2080 Guitar Beat" - Dr. Dre (incidental music)
  • "Track 7" - Dr. Dre, Camara Kambon, Scott Storch & Mike Elizondo (incidental music)

Compilation credits[edit]

Engineers include Dave Aron, Greg Burns, Jeff Burns, Steve Baughman, Keith Cohen, Brian Michael Cox, Claudio Cueni, Vikter Duplaix, Richard Huredia, Jeff Kanan, Mauricio Iragorri, Steven King, Steve Penny, Tony Prendatt, Ted Reiger, Tom Rounds, Senator Jimmy D, Soopafly, Tom Sweeney, Drew Thomas, Sam Thomas, Darrell Thorp, John Tyree, Urban Kris, Duke Wagner, Kieran Wagner, Pop Wagner, Joe Warlick, Scott Whiting, Adam Williams.

Vocals include Bubba Sparxxx, Philip De Marks Jr., Deana Evans, Diane Gordon, Mamie Gunn, Kathy Merrick, Traci Nelson, Timbaland, Barbara Wilson, David B. Young and Tweet.

Additional keyboards include Mel-Man, James Poyser, Camara Kambon, Soopafly, Scott Storch,

Production Coordination include Andrew Van Meter, Kirdis Tucker, Angelo Sanders, Larry Chatman, Damon "Bing" Chatman, Lupe Ceballos.

Guitar players include Sean Cruse, Charile "CSUN" Bereal, Bill Pettaway.

Other credits include Jason Clark (Art Direction, Design), Jimmy Douglas (Mixing), Brian Gardner (Mastering), Chris Gehringer (Mastering), Jason Goldstein (Mixing), Don Harris (Bass), Joel C. High (Music Supervisor), Tim Izo (Flute), Kirv (Piano), Denaun Porter (Drum Programming), Jason Rome (Producer, Instrumentation), Carlos Warlick (Mixing).

Charts[edit]

Album[edit]

Chart Peak Date
Top Soundtracks 2
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 5
UK album chart 32 17.11.2001
UK album chart 44 26.01.2002
Canada Top 50 10 17.11.2001
Billboard 200 19 24.11.2001
Germany Top 100 20 17.11.2001
France Top 200 21 10.11.2001
Australia Top 100 67 17.11.2001

Singles[edit]

  • FR 100: French Top 100 Singles
  • BE 50: Belgian Ultra Top 50 Singles
  • SUI 100: Switzerland Singles Top 100
  • GE 100: Germany Top 100
  • GBS: Germany Black Singles
  • TK 100: Tokio Hot 100
  • UK 75: UK Top 75 Singles
  • UK R&B: UK Top 40 R'n'B
  • NL 50: Netherlands Mega Top 50
  • R&R A-R: Radio & Records Airplay - Rhythmic
Title Chart positions Video Director
FR 100 US R&B/Hip-Hop BE 50 SUI 100 GE 100 GBS TK 100 UK 75 UK R&B NL 50 R&R A-R
"The Wash" 58 43 - - - - 43 - - - 23 -
"Bad Intentions" 45 33 30 47 75 1 44 4 2 26 - Phillip G. Atwell
& Dr. Dre