|1||Blow Your Mind (LP Instrumental)||3:56|
|2||Blow Your Mind (LP Version)||3:56|
|3||Blow Your Mind (Remix)||3:15|
|42 74424||Redman||Blow Your Mind (12")||Rush Associated Labels||42 74424||US||1992|
|CAT 4752||Redman||Blow Your Mind (Cass, Single, Promo)||Rush Associated Labels||CAT 4752||US||1992|
|none||Redman||Blow Your Mind (Cass, S/Sided, Single, Promo)||Rush Associated Labels, Chaos||none||US||1992|
|42 74424||Redman||Blow Your Mind (12", Unofficial)||Rush Associated Labels||42 74424||US||Unknown|
|42 74424||Redman||Blow Your Mind (12", Unofficial)||Rush Associated Labels , Chaos||42 74424||US||1992|
- Co-producer – Reggie Noble (tracks: 1, 3)
- Engineer [Assistant] – Rod. Cee. (tracks: 2)
- Mixed By – Dave Greenberg (tracks: 1, 3), Ivan ''Doc'' Rodriguez (tracks: 2), Reggie Noble (tracks: 1, 3)
- Producer – Erick Sermon (tracks: 1, 3), Reggie Noble (tracks: 2)
- Recorded By – Charlie "No Click" Marotta (tracks: 2), Dave Greenberg (tracks: 1, 3), Ken Wallace (tracks: 2), Reggie Noble (tracks: 1, 3)
- Written-By – Bootsy Collins, George Clinton, Jr., J.S. Theracon, Jim Vitti, Larry Troutman, Reggie Noble, Roger Troutman
Contains samples from Doug E. Fresh - The Show (Ricky Walters/Douglas Davis). Entertaining Music/Danica Music/Slick Rick Music Corp. Zapp - Dance Floor courtesy of Warner Bros. Records. By arrangement with Warner Special Products Inc. Parliament - Theme From The Black Hole under license from Polygram Special Products, a division of Polygram Group Distribution, Inc. Doug E. Fresh - The Show courtesy of Danya Records.
''Blow Your Mind'' includes excerpts from The Gap Band - Outstanding written by Raymond Calhoun. Published in USA/Canada by Taking Care of Business Music (BMI). The Gap Band - Outstanding under license from Polygram Special Markets, a division of Polygram Group Distribution, Inc.
All tracks published by:
Bridgeport Music, Inc./Rightsong Music, Inc./Rubberband Music, Inc. (admin. by Songs of Polygram, Inc.)/Saja Music Co./Troutmans Music Inc. (admin. by Saja Music Co.)(BMI)/Funky Noble Productions.
Special versions taken from the RAL/Chaos Recordings release Whut? Thee Album 52967.
- Matrix / Runout: DISP-001648 1
- Rights Society: BMI
- Other (DADC Code): DISP 001648
- Manufactured By – Chaos Recordings
- Copyright (c) – Rush Associated Labels
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rush Associated Labels
- Pressed By – DADC – DISP-001648
- Published By – Bridgeport Music, Inc.
- Published By – Rightsong Music, Inc.
- Published By – Rubberband Music, Inc.
- Published By – Songs of PolyGram
- Published By – Saja Music Co.
- Published By – Troutman's Music Co.
- Published By – Funky Noble Productions
- Licensed From – Entertaining Music
- Licensed From – Danica Music
- Licensed From – Slick Rick Music Corp.
- Licensed From – Warner Bros. Records
- Licensed From – Warner Special Products, Inc.
- Licensed From – PolyGram Special Products
- Licensed From – PolyGram Group Distribution, Inc.
- Licensed From – Danya Records
- Licensed From – Taking Care Of Business Music
- Record Company – Columbia Records
- Record Company – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Текст песни: AHHHH Look out, its the Funkadelic Funk for chumps who dont be knowin my name, I tear the frame out ya punks I make ya slide, make ya slip, make ya wanna backflip I get biz with the skit, I DJ like Quik. Blow Your Mind is the first single released in Redman's rap career and is found on his acclaimed debut, Whut Thee Album. It is produced by longtime Redman collaborator Erick Sermon and is co-produced by Redman himself. Its beat contains many samples including The Payback Intro by James Brown, The Big Bang Theory and Theme From The Black Hole by Parliament and Dance Floor, I Can Make You Dance and Computer Love by Zapp. Its percussion also samples Outstanding by Gap Band and Sing A. Redman - Blow Your Mind. UPROXX Video. Thee Album is the debut album from New Jersey Hip Hop artist Redman. Redman had only rapped on record prior to this album on EPMD's Business As Usual and Business Never Personal. EPMD's Erick Sermon produced - Blow Your Mind 1992. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Redman Pro Unlimited. 365 tracks365. Follow Redman and others on SoundCloud. Whut Thee Album. Sorry, something went wrong. Current track: Blow Your MindBlow Your Mind. Watch the video for Blow Your Mind from Redman's Def Jam's Greatest Hits - Hardcore for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Redman's 1992 Def Jam debut Whut Thee Album broke into the US Top 50, achieved gold status in the United States, and prominent hip-hop magazine The Source subsequently named Redman Rap Artist of the Year for 1993. Redman's solo career continued thr read more. Redman born Reggie Noble on April 17, 1970 in Newark, New Jersey made his rapping debut on the EPMD songs Hardcore and Brothers on my Jock, after Erick Sermon of t read more. Blow Your Mind is the first single released in Redmans rap career and is found on his acclaimed debut, Whut Thee Album. Its beat contains many samples including The Payback Intro by James Brown, The Big Bang Theory and Theme From The Black Hole by Parliament and Dance Floor , I Can Make You Dance and Computer Love by Zapp. Its percussion also samples Outstanding by Gap Band and Sing A Simple Song by Sly & The Family Stone. Redman performed Blow Your Mind live on the firs. Blow Your Mind. Released: Sep 1992. Label: RAL Rush Associated Label. Redman's 1992 EPMD-produced debut album established the New Jersey emcee as a serious force in hip-hop, thanks to his rowdy delivery, charismatic wordplay and funk-heavy tracks. Whut is rock solid from start to finish it includes two of his best songs: Time For Sum Aksion once used by Mike Tyson to introduce a fight and the ultra-smooth Tonight's Da Night. Blow Your Mind'' includes excerpts from a href The Gap Band - Outstandinga written by Raymond Calhoun. Published in USACanada by Taking Care of Business Music BMI. a href The Gap Band - Outstandinga under license from Polygram Special Markets, a division of Polygram Group Distribution, Inc. Thee Albuma 52967. 바코드 및 기타 식별자. In Blow Your Mind, for example, he announces, watch me freak it in Korean, stumbles through part of a verse, and mutters ah, forget it another great moment is Redman Meets Reggie Noble, a brief duet between himself and his own alter ego in the great Slick Rick tradition. Other offbeat highlights include the genuinely useful instructional track How to Roll a Blunt and the hilarious sexcapade story song A Day With Sooperman Lover