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- Released: November 17, 1992
- Originally Released: 1992
- Label: Sire Records
Entertainment Weekly - 1/8/93, p.54
"...a choice mix of hardcore funk, hip-hop, and inner city blues..." - Rating: A
Q - 2/93, p.813 Stars
- Good - "...a landmark album if only for the debut pairing on the title track of Ice-T and Ice Cube... excellently menacing beats..."
- 1.Trespass - Ice-T & Ice Cube
- 2.Gotta Do What I Gotta Do - Public Enemy
- 3.Depths of Hell - Daddy Nitro / Ice-T
- 4.I Check My Bank - Sir Mix-A-Lot
- 5.I'm a Playa (Bitch) - Penthouse Players Clique
- 6.On the Wall - Black Sheep
- 7.Don't Be a 304 - AMG
- 8.Gotta Get Over (Taking Loot) - Gang Starr
- 9.You Know What I'm About - Lord Finesse
- 10.I'm Gonna Smoke Him - Donald D
- 11.Quick Way Out - W.C. & The Maad Circle
- 12.King of the Street - Ry Cooder & Jim Keltner
Producers: Sir Jinx; The Bomb Squad; DJ Aladdin, SLJ and Ice-T; Sir Mix-A-Lot; Kevin "Battlekat" Gilliam and Penthouse Players Clique; Black Sheep; AMG; DJ Premier and Guru; Lord Finesse; Donald D and Bilal Bashir; W.C. Crazy Toons and Kevin "Battlekat" Gilliam; Ry Cooder and Jim Keltner.
Engineers: Bob Morse; "Void"; Tony Pizarro; Sir Mix-A-Lot; Sean Freehill; Lisle Leete; Courtney Branch and Tracy Kendricks; Eddie Sancho; Luc Allen and John Quinde; Mike Hightower; Mike Melnick; Allen Sides.
This first soundtrack album from Trespass (there is also an album of Ry Cooder's score) contains "music from the motion picture" "plus bonus tracks." It is a gangsta rap sampler featuring Ice-T and Ice Cube, who star in the film, along with Public Enemy and others. In other words, there's a lot of rage, many threats of violence, and a generous helping of obscenities, all set to some busy rhythms. ~ William Ruhlmann