A S.W.A.T. Healin' Ritual

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A S.W.A.T. Healin’ Ritual
A S.W.A.T. Healin’ Ritual.jpg
Studio album by Witchdoctor
Released April 21, 1998
Recorded 1996-1997
Genre Hip hop
Producer Organized Noize
Witchdoctor chronology
A S.W.A.T. Healin’ Ritual
(1998)
9th Wonder of the World
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

A S.W.A.T. Healin’ Ritual, is the debut album by Witchdoctor which was released on April 21, 1998. A Music Video (co-directed by Stephanie Black & Malik Sayeed) was made for the song "Holiday".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "7th Floor/The Serengetti" (featuring Cee Lo Green) Organized Noize 5:28
2. "Holiday/12 Scanner" Rob & Emperor Searcy 4:48
3. "A.T.L. the Great Big Lick" (featuring Mook B.) Organized Noize 4:12
4. "Island Koneelalee" Rob & Emperor Searcy 3:56
5. "Georgia Plains (Holy Grounds)" (featuring Cool Breeze) Organized Noize 3:22
6. "Remedy" (featuring Big Rube) Organized Noize 1:35
7. "Hurtin'" Organized Noize 3:02
8. "D.F." Organized Noize 0:45
9. "Heaven Comin'" (featuring Heroine) Mr. DJ 4:06
10. "4 In the Temple" (featuring Big Gipp, Phoenix and T-Mo) Organized Noize 4:57
11. "Spells" Organized Noize 1:43
12. "Smooth Shit" (featuring Khujo and T-Mo) Organized Noize 4:56
13. "The Ancient Sahore" Organized Noize 5:20
14. "Dez Only 1" (featuring OutKast) Organized Noize 4:13
15. "The Ritual" Organized Noize 4:25
16. "Lil Mama's Gone" Junior Kinsey, Witchdoctor 3:47

Personnel[edit]

Witchdoctor, Dre, Big Boi; Cee-Lo, Mook B., Cool Breeze, Big Rube, Joi, Whilde Peach, Daddy Q, Big Gipp, T-Mo, Phoenix, Khujo (vocals); Kevin Sipp (spoken word); ROB (various instruments); Martin Terry (acoustic guitar, guitar); Shawn Grove (acoustic guitar); Reggie Harris, Tomi Martin, David Whilde, Donnie Mathis, Junior Kinsey (guitar); Felix Ferrer, Kerren Berrz (violin); Larry Flannagan (viola); Spencer Brewer (cello); Chanz (keyboards, organ, Rhodes, Moog bass, background vocals); Euneika Rogers(commentary); Preston Crump (bass); David Sheats (drum & keyboard programming); Black Market Entertainment, Organized Noize Productions (drum programming); Espraronza, Lil Wil, Mark Starks, Collier Starks, Debra Killings, Wallstreet, Daddy Q.

Producers include: Organized Noize Productions, ROB, Emperor Searcy, Mr.DJ, Witchdoctor.

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