Well-Done (album)

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Well-Done
Studio album by Statik Selektah & Action Bronson
Released November 22, 2011
Recorded 2011
Genre East Coast hip hop, hardcore hip hop
Length 47:47
Label Switchblade, DCide Records
Producer Statik Selektah
Statik Selektah chronology
State of Grace (with Slaine)
(2011)
Well Done
(2011)
Stereotype
(2012)
Action Bronson chronology
Dr. Lecter
(2011)
Well Done
(2011)
Rare Chandeliers
(2012)

Well-Done, is a collaborative studio album by producer/DJ Statik Selektah and American rapper Action Bronson. The project was supposed to be released two weeks before Statik Selektah's album Population Control.[1][2] However, the release date was pushed back to November 22.[3] The album features guest appearances from Lil Fame of M.O.P., A.G. da Coroner, Nina Sky, Meyhem Lauren, and Maffew Ragazino (both Meyhem and Maffew were guests on Action Bronson's debut album Dr. Lecter).[4][5]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Respect the Mustache"   3:06
2. "Time for Some" (featuring Lil Fame of M.O.P.) 4:29
3. "Cocoa Butter" (featuring Nina Sky) 4:45
4. "White Silk"   2:55
5. "Keep Off The Grass"   3:07
6. "The Stick-Up"   3:00
7. "Central Bookings" (featuring Meyhem Lauren) 3:23
8. "Cirque du Soleil"   2:05
9. "The Rainmaker"   3:18
10. "Love Letter"   2:01
11. "Not Enough Words"   3:17
12. "Terror Death Camp" (featuring Meyhem Lauren, Maffew Ragazino & AG Da Coroner) 3:26
13. "Miss Fordham Road (86 87 88)"   3:40
14. "Cliff Notes"   3:14
15. "Bon Voyage"   2:17

Samples[edit]

  • "Time for Some" contains a sample from "How I Could Just Kill a Man" by Cypress Hill
  • "Cocoa Butter" contains a sample from "I Don't Want to Know" by Mass Production
  • "White Silk" contains samples from "A Day in the Life" by Wes Montgomery and "Doggone" by Love
  • "Central Bookings" contains samples from "El Raton" by Fania All Stars, "Gimme The Loot" by The Notorious B.I.G., "Fast Life" by Kool G Rap and "Just Step (Prelude)" by Mobb Deep
  • "The Rainmaker" contains a sample from "The Mixed Up Cup" by Clyde McPhatter
  • "Love Letter" contains samples from "Let Me Be Your Man" by Tyrone Ashley and "And That's Saying a Lot" by Christine McVie
  • "Not Enough Words" contains samples from "Get Outta My Life Woman" by The New Apocalypse and "We've Got to Get It On Again" by Addrisi Brothers
  • "Cliff Notes" contains samples from "Telegram" by Eleanor Mills and "It's Funky Enough" by The D.O.C.
  • "Bon Voyage" contains a sample from "A Jackass Gets His Oats" by The Amazing Rhythm Aces

References[edit]

  1. ^ Statik Selektah Speaks On Projects With Nas, Termanology, Action Bronson & Reks on YouTube.
  2. ^ "Statik Selektah / Action Bronson: Well-Done | Album Reviews". Pitchfork. 2011-12-02. Retrieved 2013-06-07. 
  3. ^ "iTunes - Music - Well Done by Action Bronson & Statik Selektah". Itunes.apple.com. 2011-11-22. Retrieved 2013-06-07. 
  4. ^ Paine, Jake (2011-05-26). "Action Bronson & Statik Selektah Plan "Well Done" Album, Lil Fame Featured". HipHop DX. Retrieved 2013-06-07. 
  5. ^ "Well Done: Music". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2013-06-07.