Homebrew (Neneh Cherry album)

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Homebrew
NCherry Homebrew.jpg
Studio album by Neneh Cherry
Released 26 October 1992
Recorded Cherry Bear Studios & Trident Studios, London
Genre Pop, trip hop, hip hop
Length 46:06
Label Circa (Virgin Records)
Producer Booga Bear, Gang Starr (tracks: 1, 4), Geoff Barrow (tracks: 7), JT (tracks: 9), Jonny Dollar, Michael Stipe (tracks: 7), Neneh Cherry, Twilight Firm (Brian Bramble, Pinky and Stevie Gee) (tracks: 2)
Neneh Cherry chronology
Raw Like Sushi
(1989)
Homebrew
(1992)
Man
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau B+[2]
CMJ (favorable)[3]
Entertainment Weekly B+[4]
Q 4/5 stars[3]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[5]
Village Voice B+[3]

Homebrew is the second studio album by Neneh Cherry. The album features several different genres, including between jazz, funk and trip hop. The album photography was by Jean-Baptiste Mondino.

Gang Starr co-wrote and produced "Soul Sassy" and "I Ain't Gone Under Yet." Geoff Barrow wrote and produced "Somedays."

"Trout" features a guitar riff sampled from Steppenwolf's version of "The Pusher",[6] and the drum track by John Bonham from "When The Levee Breaks"."Buddy X" was allegedly inspired by Lenny Kravitz. It was remixed by Notorious B.I.G and the Dream Team.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Cameron McVey and Neneh Cherry; except with others as indicated

# Title Length
1. "Soul Sassy" featuring Guru of Gang Starr (McVey, Cherry, Gang Starr) 2:33
2. "Money Love" featuring J$ from 'Trout' on guitar (McVey, Cherry, Jonathan Sharp) 3:39
3. "Move With Me" 5:18
4. "I Ain't Gone Under Yet" (McVey, Cherry, Gang Starr) 4:03
5. "Twisted" 4:37
6. "Buddy X (Inspired By...!?!)" 2:49
7. "Somedays" (McVey, Cherry, Geoff Barrow) 3:35
8. "Trout" vocals featuring Michael Stipe (McVey, Cherry, Jonathan Sharp, Michael Stipe) 5:03
9. "Peace In Mind" 5:34
10. "Red Paint" inspired by Moki Cherry 5:28

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