West Coast Vaccine: The Cure

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West Coast Vaccine: The Cure
Studio album by Turf Talk
Released June 5, 2007
Genre Hip hop
Producer Rick Rock
Droop E
E-A-Ski
CMT
Tha Bizness
Rome
Jake One
Troy Sanders
LA
Traxamillion
Turf Talk chronology
Turf Talk Brings The Hood Colabilation
(2005)Turf Talk Brings The Hood Colabilation 2005
West Coast Vaccine: The Cure
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Okayplayer 4.5/5 stars[1]

The West Coast Vaccine is the second studio album by Vallejo, California rapper Turf Talk. With his older cousin E-40 signed to Lil Jon's BME imprint, it was believed that Jon would produce Turf's second record but when the track list was released, it was apparent that would not be so. The album does however feature production by Bay Area producers Rick Rock, E-A-Ski and Traxamillion. New York Times music critic Kelefa Sanneh said Turf Talk's 2007 effort was "arguably the year’s most exciting hip-hop album" though it had "pretty much remained a secret."[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Intro (feat. Akronems of Writers Block) (produced by Nick Fury)
  2. Bring The Base Back (produced by Rick Rock)
  3. Doe Boy (feat. E-40 & B-Legit) (produced by Droop-E)
  4. Record Company (Skit)
  5. Super Star (feat. Locksmith) (produced by E-A-Ski & CMT)
  6. I Got Chips (feat. E-40) (produced by Rick Rock)
  7. That’s That Turf Talk (produced by Tha Bizness)
  8. Broke Niggas! (produced by Droop-E)
  9. Po Po's (feat. E-40 & Mike Marshall) (produced by Droop-E)
  10. Back In The Day (feat. Kartoon & Jelly Roll) (produced By Rome)
  11. Money On Ya' Head (feat. KnockaMichie) (produced by Rick Rock)
  12. Let Me Holla At You (feat. Rick Rock) (produced by Rick Rock)
  13. Sick Wid' It Is the Crew (feat. E-40) (produced by Jake One)
  14. X (Feat. Yukmouth) (produced by Rick Rock)
  15. Liquor Store (Skit)
  16. I’m Ghetto (produced by Rick Rock)
  17. Stop Snitchin' (feat. E-40) (produced by Droop-E)
  18. Minnie Minnie (feat. Freeway) (produced by Droop E)
  19. Rippah (feat. Too Short) (produced by Troy Sanders)
  20. Shinin' (produced by LA)
  21. Groupie (produced by Traxamillion)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Okayplayer review
  2. ^ Sanneh, Kelefa (2007-12-30). "The Shrinking Market Is Changing the Face of Hip-Hop". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-04-03.