Original Soundtrack Dysfunktional Family [PA] CD

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Original Soundtrack Dysfunktional Family [PA] CD. Original score composed by Andrew Gross.
Producers: Eddie Griffin, David Permut, Kurupt.
Recorded at Track Record Studios, North Hollywood, California.
Personnel: Christian Love (vocals); Darren Vegas (guitar, keyboards, drum programming); Michael Blade (saxophone); Tyrone Griffen (trumpet); Josh "Kash" Andrews, Sir Jinx (keyboards, drums); John F. Rodgers (keyboards); Carl "Butch" Small (percussion); Tracy Hardin, Rondo, The Dramatics (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Doug Wilson.
Recording information: Baseline Studios, New York, NY; Crack Studio, New York, NY; Track Record Studios, North Hollywood, CA.
Ostensibly the soundtrack to comedian Eddie Griffin's concert film /autobiographical documentary of the same name, DYSFUNKTIONAL FAMILY could more accurately be described as a Tha Row records "comeback" sampler. Tha Row, the Suge Knight-run label formerly known as Death Row, staked its claim in the rap world by delivering genre-defining albums by the likes of Snoop Doggy Dogg, Doctor Dre, and 2Pac. Although there is nothing quite the equal those artists' legendary work, the disc includes a host of exciting tracks by a few established artists and several talented newcomers. Highlights include Crooked's "Dysfunktional Family Theme," which is an appropriately cynical re-write of Sly & The Family Stone's classic "Family Affair," and "Too Street 4 T.V.," one of the last recorded efforts by the late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopez, credited here as N.I.N.A.


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