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Warren G

Regulate...G Funk Era: CD


Release Date: 3 April, 2000

The debut studio album by American rapper Warren G. The album's biggest hit was the eponymous single "Regulate", a gritty depiction of West Coast gang life which samples singer Michael McDonald's hit "I Keep Forgettin' (Every Time You're Near)" and featured Nate Dogg. The album also contained the top ten hit "This D.J." The song "Regulate" was also featured on the Above the Rim soundtrack, which was released on March 22, 1994. An altered version of the song "So Many Ways" appeared in the 1995 film Bad Boys.

1    Regulate (Feat. Nate Dogg)     
2    Do You See     
3    Gangsta Sermon (Feat. B-Tip and Ricky Harris)     
4    Recognize (Feat. The Twinz)     
5    Super Soul Sis (Feat. Jah Skills)     
6    '94 Ho Draft (Feat. B-Tip and Ricky Harris)     
7    So Many Ways (Feat. Wayniac and Lady Levi)     
8    This D.J. (Feat. O.G.L.B.)     
9    This Is the Shack (Feat. The Dove Shack)     
10    What's Next (Feat. Mr. Malik)     
11    And Ya Don't Stop     
12    Runnin' Wit No Breaks (Feat. Jah Skills, Bo Roc, G Child and the Twinz)     
13    Regulate (Feat. Nate Dogg) (Remix)

Def Jam Recordings
CD Album