Spice 1 187 He Wrote
The Source: 3.5 Stars - Good Plus - "...[Spice] once again successfully pulls you into in the war zone of East Oakland..."
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- Released: September 28, 1993
- Originally Released: 1993
- Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
Entertainment Weekly - 10/8/93, p.54"...this Bay Area rapper's husky, twangy delivery makes it all seem compelling...." - Rating: B
The Source - 11/93, p.823.5 Stars - Good Plus - "...[Spice] once again successfully pulls you into in the war zone of East Oakland..."
- 1.I'm the Fuckin' Murderer
- 2.Dumpin' 'em in Ditches
- 3.Gas Chamber
- 4.187 He Wrote
- 5.Don't Ring the Alarm (The Heist)
- 6.Clip & the Trigga
- 7.Smoke 'em Like a Blunt
- 8.The Murda Show
- 9.380 on That Ass
- 10.Mo' Mail
- 11.Runnin' Out da Crackhouse
- 12.Trigga Gots No Heart
- 13.Trigga Happy
- 15.All He Wrote
Personnel: Spice 1 (rap, vocals); Prodeje, Havoc, Havikk, E-40, Nuttin' Nyce, Dope Fiend Willie, G-Nut, Ant Banks (rap, vocals); Rob Funksta Bacon (guitar); E-A Ski, CMT (keyboard, percussion programming).
All songs written by Spice 1. Contains samples from "Lyrical Gangbang" (as performed by Dr. Dre), "Sweet Moments" (as performed by Love Unlimited Orchestra) and "Dukey's Stick" (as performed by George Duke).
Spice 1 continues his bleak, stripped-down version of gangsta rap with 187 He Wrote, an album that can be harrowing and appalling. Throughout the record, the spare, funky production keeps the music engaging, making the disturbing lyrics cut even deeper. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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