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Regulate...G Funk Era (20th Anniversary Edition)


Download links and information about Regulate...G Funk Era (20th Anniversary Edition) by Warren G. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 51:22 minutes.

Artist: Warren G
Release date: 1994
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul
Tracks: 15
Duration: 51:22
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No. Title Length
1. Regulate (feat. Nate Dogg) 4:08
2. Do You See (feat. Nate Dogg) 3:59
3. Gangsta Sermon (feat. B-Tip & Ricky Harris) 0:36
4. Recognize (feat. The Twinz) 2:59
5. Super Soul Sis 2:56
6. '94 Ho Draft (feat. B-Tip & Ricky Harris) 1:00
7. So Many Ways (feat. Wayniac & Lady Levi) 3:24
8. This D.J. (feat. OGLB) 3:23
9. This Is the Shack (feat. Dove Shack) 4:05
10. What's Next (feat. Mr. Malik) 3:26
11. And Ya Don't Stop 3:22
12. Runnin' Wit No Breaks (feat. Jah-Skilz, Bo-Roc, G Child & The Twinz) 3:34
13. Regulate (feat. Nate Dogg, Destructo & Motif) [Destructo & Wax Motif Remix] 4:56
14. Regulate (feat. Nate Dogg) [Photek Remix] 3:54
15. Regulate (feat. Nate Dogg) [Jauz Remix] 5:40



Anchored by the laid-back G-funk anthem "Regulate," Warren G's appropriately titled Regulate...G Funk Era embodies the mid-'90s era of Cali sunshine, endless blunts, and switch-hittin' lowriders with a welcome and somewhat surprising sense of kind-heartedness. Unlike most of his West Coast G-funk peers, Warren doesn't celebrate drive-by gang-bangin', dirty-money stackin', nor G's-up, hoes-down pimpin'. Sure, he says the f word once in a while and puffs on the cheeba-cheeba when it's passed his way, but he's essentially a good-natured, all-ages rapper, interested in nothing more than good ol'-fashioned hip-hop. He professes his demeanor succinctly on the catchy hook to "This DJ," the other era-defining highlight here: "It's kinda easy when you're listening to the G-ed-up sound/Pioneer speakers bumpin' as I smoke on a pound/I got the sound fo yo' ass and it's easy to see/That this DJ be Warren G." Like his stepbrother, Dr. Dre, Warren is a more talented producer than rapper, and it's his by-the-book G-funk beat-making that truly shines here. For instance, another album highlight, "Do You See," boasts an elastic bassline and whistling synth hook, capturing the essence of G-funk as only Dre himself could. Warren further compensates for his middling rapping with a couple of guests, a few skits, and a brief running time. Even if "Regulate" and "This DJ" tower far above everything else here, Regulate...G Funk Era is nonetheless a minor gem among the myriad G-funk albums of the mid-'90s, and Warren embodies the style itself here with a precision perhaps second only to his older brother and does so with a refreshing air of harmlessness. [The 'clean' version edits the few moments of profanity.]