Bizarre Ride

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Delicious Vinyl - History - Current
... of the labels most seminal records The Pharcyde's Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde ... instrumentals, and exclusives, a poster and jigsaw puzzle, as well as liner notes written by Bizarre Ride producer J'Sw!ft ... Vinyl hosted a landmark celebration of the album, Bizarre Ride Live, at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, where original members of The ...
Cydeways: The Best Of The Pharcyde - Track Listing
... Track Number Track Name Originally Appeared On 1 "It's Jigaboo Time" Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde 2 "Ya Mama" Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde 3 "Oh Shit" Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde 4 "Quinton's On His Way" Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde 5 "Pack The Pipe" Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde 6 "Return Of The B-Boy" Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde 7 "4 Better Or 4 Worse (Interlude)" Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde 8 "Passin' Me By" Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde 9 "Otha Fish" Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde 10 "Drop" Labcabincalifornia 11 "Runnin'" Labcabincalifornia 12 "Somethin' That Means Somethin'" Labcabincalifornia 13 "Devil Music" Labcabincalifornia 14 "She Said (Jay-Dee Remix)" Labcabincalifornia (Remix Unreleased) 15 "Panty Raid" Previously Unreleased. ...
Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde
... Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde is the debut album of American hip hop group The Pharcyde, released on November 24, 1992 through Delicious Vinyl Records ... In the years after its release, Bizarre Ride has been hailed by music critics and alternative hip hop fans, and has appeared in numerous publication's ... during the dominant Gangsta rap era of West Coast hip hop, Bizarre Ride was described as "refreshing," due to its playful, light-hearted humor and lush, jazzy production ...

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