The Black Eyed Peas Elephunk [Asian Special Edition] (2-CD)

Elephunk [Asian Special Edition] (2-CD)
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CD Details

  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Released: January 26, 2004
  • Originally Released: 2004
  • Label: Universal Int'l

Entertainment Reviews:

Alternative Press - 9/03, p.118
4 out of 5 - "...Better partiers than preachers, these Peas have found their pod..."


  • 1.Hands Up
  • 2.Labor Day (It's a Holiday)
  • 3.Let's Get Retarded
  • 4.Hey Mama - (Patois)
  • 5.Shut Up
  • 6.Smells Like Funk
  • 7.Latin Girls - (Spanish)
  • 8.Sexy
  • 9.Fly Away
  • 10.Boogie That Be
  • 11.Apl Song
  • 12.Anxiety
  • 13.Where Is the Love? [Feat. Justin Timberlake]
  • 14.Third Eye
  • 15.Where Is the Love? [Video]
  • 16.Shut Up [Video]
  • 17.Where Is the Love? [Instrumental]
  • 18.Shut Up [Instrumental]
  • 19.Sumthin for That Ass [Non LP Version]
  • 20.Tell Your Mama Come [Live]

Product Description:

Black Eyed Peas: Will.I.Am (vocals, Wurlitzer piano, Clavinet, Moog synthesizer, programming); Apl.De.Ap (vocals, programming); Fergie, Taboo (vocals).
Additional personnel: Justin Timberlake, Jamie Gomez, Allen Pineda, Dante Santiago, Jacobi Shaddix, Debbie Nova (vocals); Tobin (guitar, bass); George Pajon Jr., J. Curtis (guitar); Elizabeth Ann Lea (trombone); Printz Board (trumpet); Tim Izo Orindgreff (saxophone, flute, horns); Ron Fair (piano); Mike Fratantuno (acoustic guitar, bass, upright bass); Terence Yoshiaki, Dave Buckner (drums); Davey Chegwidden (congas, shaker); Chuck Prada (percussion); Terry Dexter, Noelle Scaggs (background vocals).
Producers: Will.I.Am, Apl.De.Ap, Ron Fair.
Recorded at Stewicha, Los Feliz, California; Record Plant, Hollywood, California; Glenwood Studio, Burbank, California; Velvet One, Sacramento, California.
Asian special edition with a bonus disc of live performances, remixes, and music videos.
Personnel: (vocals, piano, Clavinet, Wurlitzer organ, synthesizer, Moog synthesizer, drums, drum programming); Dante Santiago (vocals, background vocals); Jaime A. D vila "Tame" G¢mez, Allen Pineda, Jacoby Shaddix, Justin Timberlake, Taboo, Tippa Irie, Debi Nova (vocals); Tim Izo Orindgreff (guitar, flute, saxophone, horns); Tobin, J. Curtis, George Pajon, Ray Brady (guitar); Mike Fratantuno (acoustic guitar, guitarron, upright bass); Printz Board (trumpet, horns, Clavinet, keyboards, Moog synthesizer); Elizabeth Lea (trombone); Sergio Mendez, Ron Fair (piano); Terence Yoshiaki, Keith Harris , Dave Buckner (drums); Davey Chegwidden (congas, shaker); Chuck Prada (percussion); Terry Dexter, Noelle Scaggs (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; William Adams ; Tony Maserati ;
Recording information: A house in Bodega Bay (08/23/2001-05/11/2003); Atwater (08/23/2001-05/11/2003); Enterprise Studio, Burbank, CA (08/23/2001-05/11/2003); Glenwood Studio, Burbank, CA (08/23/2001-05/11/2003); Record Plant, Hollywood, CA (08/23/2001-05/11/2003); The House Of Blues, Chicago, IL (08/23/2001-05/11/2003); The Stewchia, Los Feliz, CA (08/23/2001-05/11/2003); Velvet Tone, Sacramento, CA (08/23/2001-05/11/2003).
Photographers: Indrani; Markus Klinko.
With distinct, cuttingly insightful, yet subtle lyrics fed over consistently catchy beats and eclectic arrangements, L.A.'s Black Eyed Peas have earned a high level of respect within the rap world, significant attention at college radio, and even the occasional crossover hit. Third release ELEPHUNK sees the addition of a fourth member, enchanting female vocalist Fergie (introduced with verve on the dancehall "Hey Mama"), and the continued elevation of their style and skills, as the group journeys all over the map, never falling into a funk of boredom.
ELEPHUNK opens the ears from the outset with the flophouse jazz backbeat of "Hands Up," simultaneously easy-going and infectious, before crashing into the fluorescent, straight-up party anthem "Labor Day" using the familiar JB's "The Grunt" sample as successfully as the Bomb Squad did back in 1988. Then there's the perfectly chiseled but fiery "Shut Up" with its insistent Knight Rider-theme beat and call-and-response. ELEPHUNK closes on an unlikely duet with Justin Timberlake, "Where Is the Love," an earnest state-of-the-world ballad that somehow creates a fitting ending to a solid album from one of hip-hop's most intelligent groups.
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