C.O.D.: Straight From The Underground, Tape
C.O.D.: Straight From The Underground, Tape
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C.O.D.
Straight From The Underground

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
  • Select Street Records
  • (4-21646)
  • 13 Tracks
  • UPC 010912164646
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Dyno Douche

1:39
A2

Just Wanna Nut

Vocals
  • Ira Hodge
Co Producer
  • C.O.D.
Backing Vocals
  • Chaney Kennebrew
  • Alicia Kitchen
4:15
A3

One Bad Brother

Keyboards
  • Ronnie King
Bass
  • Stan Jones
Guitar
  • Stan Jones
Drums
  • Derek Organ
5:19
A4

Run Nigga Run

Vocals
  • Omeka Okwumbua
  • Chukuka Okwumbua
3:21
A5

Murder I Wrote

Drum Programming
  • John Sweeney
Scratches
  • John Sweeney
  • Cuz'n Black
Co Producer
  • DJ Bandit
  • B-Hard
Bass
  • Alfred Williams
3:37
A6

Radio Interview

2:13
B1

House Nigga Intro

1:15
B2

House Nigga

Bass
  • Stan Jones
Guitar
  • Stan Jones
Drums
  • Derek Organ
5:01
B3

Don't Fuck Wit Me

4:12
B4

Crime Don't Pay

Bass
  • Jay Shanklin
Guitar
  • Jay Shanklin
Drums
  • Derek Organ
Backing Vocals
  • Craig Kenoly
5:16
B5

Lifestyles

1:00
B6

C.O.D. On The LOC

Bass
  • Stan Jones
Guitar
  • Stan Jones
Drums
  • Derek Organ
4:56
B7

Straight From The Underground

Scratches
  • Silver D
3:41

Credits

Creative Director
  • Amy Bennick
Drum Programming
  • Cuz'n Black
  • Richard Anthony
  • Will Griffin
Engineer
  • Cuz'n Black
  • Norman Banton
  • Ray Hartman
  • Darrell Robertson
  • Eddie Irons
  • Richard Anthony
  • Steve Santamaria
  • Theodore Moyé
Executive Producer
  • Theodore Moyé
Lyrics By
Mastered By
  • Chris Gehringer
Photography By
  • Danny Clinch
Producer
  • Cuz'n Black
  • Nathaniel Thornton
  • Richard Anthony
  • Will Griffin
Programmed By
  • Cuz'n Black
  • Will Griffin

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