Unplugged (Arrested Development album)

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Unplugged
Live album by Arrested Development
Released Mar 1993
Genre Rap
Length 66:15
Label Chrysalis
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau C[2]

Unplugged is a live album by American hip hop group Arrested Development. Performing live at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City on December 17, 1992, their performance was recorded for the MTV Unplugged television series.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Arrested Development

  1. "Time" – 0:53
  2. "Give a Man a Fish" – 4:05
  3. "The Gettin'" – 2:10
  4. "Natural" – 4:55
  5. "Searchin' for One Soul" – 1:22
  6. "Raining Revolution" – 4:33
  7. "Fishin' 4 Religion" – 4:04
  8. "Mama's Always on Stage" – 3:21
  9. "U" – 5:21
  10. "Mr. Wendal" – 4:3
  11. "People Everyday" – 6:51
  12. "Give a Man a Fish" [instrumental] – 4:11
  13. "The Gettin'" [instrumental] – 2:10
  14. "Natural" [instrumental] – 4:55
  15. "Searchin' for One Soul" [instrumental] – 1:22
  16. "Raining Revolution" [instrumental] – 4:33
  17. "Mama's Always on Stage" [instrumental] – 4:37
  18. "Mr. Wendal" [instrumental] – 3:30

Personnel[edit]

  • Nadirah Ali – Vocals
  • Michael Alvord – Mixing Assistant, Assistant
  • Arnaé – Vocals
  • Kundalini Mark Batson – Piano, Director, Co-Music Director
  • Michael Benabib link MUSIC PHOTOGRAPHER – Photography
  • Kevin Carnes – Vocals
  • Freddie Cash – Bass
  • Alex Coletti – Producer
  • Rasha Don – Drums
  • Montsho Eshe – Vocals, Dancer, Choreographer
  • Fulani Hart – Vocals
  • Headliner – Turntables
  • Audrey Johns – Liner Note Producer
  • Ju Ju House – Drums
  • Terrance Cinque Mason – Vocals
  • Frank Micelotta – Photography
  • Baba Oje – Spiritual Advisor
  • Kevin Parker – Mixing Assistant, Assistant
  • Naomi Patton – Liner Notes
  • David Pleasant – Harmonica, Percussion
  • Don Rasa – Drums
  • Brandon Ross – Guitar
  • Kelli Sae – Vocals
  • Speech – Director, Vocals, Mixing, Co-Music Director
  • Alvin Speights – Engineer, Mixing
  • Joel Stillerman – Executive Producer
  • Aerle Taree – Vocals, Stylist
  • Atiba Wilson – Flute, Percussion

The album peaked at #60 on the Billboard 200 #60 during the week of on April 24, 1993.[3]

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