At the Speed of Life
|At the Speed of Life|
|Studio album by Xzibit|
|Released||October 1, 1996|
|Producer||DJ Pen One, Thayod Ausar, Craig Sherrad, E-Swift, DJ Muggs, Saafir, Diamond D|
|Singles from At the Speed of Life|
At the Speed of Life is rapper Xzibit's debut album, released on October 1, 1996.
|1||Grand Opening (Interlude)||Craig Sherrad||1:32|
|2||At the Speed of Life||Thayod Ausar||3:45|
|3||Just Maintain||E-Swift (Eric Brooks)||Hurricane G, J-Ro||3:21|
|4||Eyes May Shine||E-Swift (Eric Brooks)||3:54|
|5||Positively Negative||Craig Sherrad||King Tee||3:36|
|6||Don't Hate Me (Interlude)||Thayod Ausar||1:32|
|8||The Foundation||DJ Muggs (Lawrence Muggerud)||3:55|
|9||Mrs. Crabtree (Interlude)||Saafir (Reggie Gibson)||1:17|
|10||Bird's Eye View||Diamond D (Joseph Kirkland)||Tha Alkaholiks, Hurricane G||4:42|
|11||Hit & Run (Part II)||Craig Sherrad||3:49|
|12||Carry the Weight||Thayod Ausar||4:13|
|13||Plastic Surgery||E-Swift (Eric Brooks)||Ras Kass, Saafir||4:40|
|14||Enemies & Friends||DJ Pen One||4:01|
|15||Last Words (Interlude)||Craig Sherrad||1:01|
- Tash of Tha Alkaholiks is credited as Catastraphe on "Bird's Eye View"
- "At the Speed of Life"
- Dialogue from the film Taxi Driver
- "Just Maintain"
- "Prelude" by Freda Payne
- "Eyes May Shine"
- "The Foundation"
- "Carry The Weight"
- "Love Theme From Dark Crystal" by Trevor Jones
- "Plastic Surgery"
- "Slow Dancing" by Stanley Clarke
- "Enemies & Friends"
- "Enlightenment" by Billy Paul
- "Bird's Eye View"
- "Hit & Run (Part II)"
- "Positively Negative"
- "Funky President" by James Brown
Album chart positions
|Billboard 200||Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums|
|1996||At the Speed of Life||#74||#22|
Singles chart positions
|Billboard Hot 100||Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks||Hot Rap Singles||Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales|
- Thayod Ausar – Producer, Engineer
- B+ – Photography
- Diamond D – Producer
- DJ Pen One – Producer
- Ross Donaldson – Engineer, Mixing
- E-Swift – Producer, Engineer, Executive Producer
- Brian Gardner – Mastering
- Jean-Marie Horvat – Mixing
- Ola Kudu – Artwork, Art Direction, Layout Design
- Brian "Bizzy" McCane – Mastering
- Muggs – Producer, Engineer
- Noa Ochi – Coordination
- Saafir – Producer
- Craig Sherrad – Producer
- Xzibit – Executive Producer
Uses in other media
The single "Paparazzi" was featured on the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 video game soundtrack. An instrumental version of the same song was also featured during the final scene of The Sopranos's sixth episode "Pax Soprana."