Various: Murder Was The Case (The Soundtrack), 2×LP (Vinyl)
Various: Murder Was The Case (The Soundtrack), 2×LP (Vinyl)
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Various
Murder Was The Case (The Soundtrack)
DJ Quik
Dr Dre
Ice Cube
Jodeci
Snoop Dogg
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  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
reissue, double vinyl
  • Death Row Records (2)
  • (DRR 63005-1)
  • 15 Tracks
  • UPC 728706300513
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Snoop Dogg
Murder Was The Case (Remix)

Backing Vocals
  • Angela Dauphiney
  • Barbara Wilson
  • Danette Williams
  • Nancy Fletcher
Keyboards
  • Stewart Bullard
Percussion
  • Carl "Butch" Small
Producer
  • Dr Dre
Written By
4:20
A2

Dr Dre
Ice Cube
Natural Born Killaz

Co Producer
  • Sam Sneed
Keyboards
  • Priest "Soopafly" Brooks
Producer
  • Dr Dre
Written By
4:51
A3

Tha Dogg Pound
What Would U Do?

Backing Vocals
  • Jewell Caples
Keyboards
  • Priest "Soopafly" Brooks
Mixed By
  • Dr Dre
Producer
  • Dat Nigga Daz
Written By
5:08
B1

Snoop Dogg
Tray Dee
21 Jumpstreet

Backing Vocals
  • Carl "Butch" Small
  • Nancy Fletcher
  • Tony Green
Keyboards
  • Sean "Barney" Thomas
Percussion
  • Carl "Butch" Small
Performer
  • Steve Arrington's Hall Of Fame
Producer
  • Dat Nigga Daz
Written By
5:27
B2

Nate Dogg
One More Day

Backing Vocals
  • Angela Dauphiney
  • Barbara Wilson
  • Danette Williams
  • Nancy Fletcher
Keyboards
  • Priest "Soopafly" Brooks
Mixed By
  • Dr Dre
Percussion
  • Carl "Butch" Small
Producer
  • Dat Nigga Daz
Vocals
  • Carl "Butch" Small
  • Nancy Fletcher
Written By
5:18
B3

Jewell Caples
Harvest For The World

Backing Vocals
  • Cynthia Calhoun
  • Nancy Fletcher
Bass
  • Tony Green
Horns
  • Ron King
Keyboards
  • Stewart Bullard
Producer
  • Dr Dre
Written By
3:52
B4

Snoop Dogg
Tha Dogg Pound
Lil' C-Style
Young Swoop
Who Got Some Gangsta Shit?

Featuring
  • Lil' C-Style
  • Tha Dogg Pound
  • Young Swoop
Producer
  • Priest "Soopafly" Brooks
Written By
5:28
C1

Danny Boy
Come When I Call

Performer
  • Ray Parker Jr.
Producer
  • DJ Quik
Written By
4:55
C2

Sam Sneed
Dr Dre
U Better Recognize

Featuring
  • Dr Dre
Keyboards
  • Sean "Barney" Thomas
Producer
  • Sam Sneed
Written By
3:54
C3

Jodeci
Tha Dogg Pound
Come Up To My Room

Arranged By
  • Mr. Dalvin
Co Producer
  • Devante Swing
Featuring
  • Tha Dogg Pound
Keyboards
  • Priest "Soopafly" Brooks
Producer
  • Dat Nigga Daz
Vocals
  • Dat Nigga Daz
  • Kurupt
Written By
4:37
C4

Jewell Caples
Woman To Woman

Arranged By
  • Jewell Caples
Bass
  • Cornelius Mims
Drums
  • George Archie
Guitar
  • David Foreman
Percussion
  • Carl "Butch" Small
Piano
  • Warryn Campbell
Producer
  • DJ Quik
  • George Archie
  • Jewell Caples
Written By
5:18
D1

DJ Quik
Dollars & Sense

Producer
  • DJ Quik
Written By
5:54
D2

Slip Capone
C.P.O.
The Eulogy

Producer
  • San Man
Written By
4:48
D3

B-Rezell
Horny

Drum Programming
  • Stereo
Guitar
  • Byron Gregory
Keyboards
  • Craig Williams
Producer
  • Kevyn Lewis
  • Marc McWilliams
Written By
4:42
D4

Young Soldierz
Eastside-Westside

Bass
  • David Michelback
Performer
  • Brick
Producer
  • Big Wy
  • Lil' Stretch
Vocals
  • The Lil' Homies
Written By
4:45

Credits

Art Direction
  • Kim Holt
  • Unleashed
Design
  • Kim Holt
  • Unleashed
Engineer
  • Danny Alonso
  • Keston Wright
  • Tommy D. Daugherty
Executive Producer
  • Suge Knight
Lacquer Cut By
  • David Cheppa
Photography By
  • Simone Green
  • Yoko Sato
  • Duke Givens
Producer
  • Dr Dre

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