Bulletproof (Hush album)

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Bulletproof
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Studio album by Hush
Released August 23, 2005
Genre
Label Geffen Records
Producer
Hush chronology
Roses & Razorblades
(2002)
Bulletproof
(2005)
The Open Book
(2009)

Bulletproof is the third album from American rapper Hush, released on August 23, 2005 via Geffen Records. It contains some of the songs from The Contender, and features guest appearances from Eminem, Kuniva, Bizarre, and Swifty McVay from D12, Bared and Lo-Down from Raw Collection, Nate Dogg, Talib Kweli, and guitarist Phil Campbell. A clean version of "Fired Up" is used in the video game Need for Speed: Most Wanted.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Rolling Stone 1/5 stars[1]
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "My Introduction" Julian Bunetta 4:04
2. "Fired Up" Julian Bunetta 3:26
3. "Hush Is Coming" (featuring Nate Dogg) 4:51
4. "Let It Breathe" (featuring Talib Kweli) Julian Bunetta 4:00
5. "Put 'Em Down (Shake the Ground)" Julian Bunetta 3:47
6. "Real TV" (featuring Bizarre) Beau Dozier 4:16
7. "The March"
  • Hush
  • Randy Lynch (co.)
  • Scott Sumner (co.)
5:12
8. "24 Hours"
  • Hush
  • Randy Lynch (co.)
  • Scott Sumner (co.)
4:07
9. "Superstar" Julian Bunetta 3:57
10. "Off to Tijuana" (featuring Kuniva, Swifty McVay and Eminem)
  • Eminem
  • Luis Resto (add.)
4:20
11. "Woodpecker" Hush 4:21
12. "Rock Shit" (featuring Bareda and Lo-Down)
5:41
Total length: 52:00

Personnel[edit]

  • Alicia N. Graham - A&R administrator
  • Anthony Kilhoffer - assistant recording (track 4)
  • Atan Ayoub - guitar (track 3)
  • Beau Dozier - producer (track 6)
  • Daniel Carlisle - main artist, producer (tracks 7-8, 11), additional production (track 12), drum programming (tracks 7-8), keyboards (track 7)
  • Dave Press - drums (tracks 8, 12)
  • Dave "Supa Star" Dar - additional recording (track 4)
  • Devon Dowdell - featured artist (track 12)
  • Elliot Blakey - assistant recording (track 4)
  • Evan Peters - A&R coordinator
  • Greg Calbi - mastering
  • Jermaine Harbin - additional vocals (track 5)
  • Jordan Schur - executive producer
  • Julian Bunetta - producer, recording & mixing (tracks 1-2, 4-6, 9, 11)
  • Kai Regan - photography
  • Kaya Jones - background vocals (track 4)
  • Luis Resto - additional production & keyboards (tracks 3, 10)
  • Marshall Mathers - guest artist (track 10), producer & mixing (tracks 3, 10)
  • Mike Strange - recording (tracks 3, 10)
  • Nathaniel Dwayne Hale - featured artist (track 3)
  • Neal Ferrazzani - additional recording (track 3)
  • Ondre Moore - featured artist (track 10)
  • Phil Campbell - additional guitar (track 12)
  • Randy Lynch - co-producer & bass (tracks 7-8), guitar (tracks 7-8, 12)
  • Rufus Johnson - featured artist (track 6)
  • Salim Grant - background vocals (track 9)
  • Scott Sumner - co-producer & keyboards (tracks 7-8), recording
  • Steve King - bass & mixing (tracks 3, 10), guitar (track 10)
  • Talib Kweli Greene - featured artist (track 4)
  • Thom Panunzio - A&R, mixing (tracks 7-8, 12), additional production & recording (track 12)
  • Tony Compana - recording (tracks 3, 10)
  • Von Carlisle - featured artist (track 10)
  • Lo-Down - featured artist (track 12)
  • Notes - producer (track 12)

Charts[edit]

Charts (2005) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 83 [3]
U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers Albums 39 [4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rolling Stone review". Rollingstone.com. Retrieved 2012-09-08. 
  2. ^ "Allmusic review". allmusic.com. Retrieved 2017-02-02. 
  3. ^ "Hush - Chart history | Billboard". www.billboard.com. Retrieved 2017-02-01. 
  4. ^ "Hush - Chart history | Billboard". www.billboard.com. Retrieved 2017-02-01.