L.L. Cool J - Going Back To Cali / Jack The Ripper album
Going Back to Cali" is a 1988 single by LL Cool J from the Less Than Zero soundtrack as well as his third album, Walking with a Panther. The song was co-written and produced by Rick Rubin. It peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, and was eventually certified gold by the RIAA on May 28, 1991
Jack the Ripper Jack-Jack-Jack the Ripper Jack-Jack, Jack-Jack, Jack-Jack, Jack the Ripper (King Hercules!) Back for the payback, I must say that I heard your new jam, I don't play that It ain't loud enough punk, it ain't hitting This year you tried, next year you're quitting Last year you thought I was dying out But again, and again, and again without a doubt It's the gangster boogie, the earthquake. 9. Going Back to Cali. 11. It Gets No Rougher.
Music video by LL Cool J performing Going Back To Cali. C) 1989 The Island Def Jam Music Group. Авторы текста и музыки. Rick Rubin, James Smith.
Going back to Cali, stylin, profilin Growlin, and smilin, while in the sun The top is down, on the black Corvette And it's fly, cause it's sittin on Dayton's Laurents steering wheel, plushed out, gold-leaf phantom top and three girls waiting VRRRROOM engine's blowin, the chrome, is shining Passing all the cars on the way Movement of the. wind, back wheels spin Pop in a cassette and push play I&apos.
Producer – Rick Rubin. Taken from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack of the Twentieth Century Fox Film "Less Than Zero". Other Versions (5 of 17) View All. Cat.
Going Back To Cali (1988). The Marley Marl produced title track of LL Cool J‘s fourth album, Mama Said Knock You Out, showed LL in top form. 22 years old at the time – and already a Hip Hop veteran, LL Cool J felt it was necessary to knock out all critics who said he fell off with his third album, Walking With A Panther. The song uses samples from James Brown’s Funky Drummer, the Chicago Gangsters’ Gangster Boogie, Sly & The Family Stone’s Trip to Your Heart the drum break from Digital Underground’s The Humpty Dance, and LL Cool J’s own Rock the Bells.
Letras de Jack the Ripper por LL Cool J. Milky, and I'm back My ace in the hole was this brand new track I'ma slow it up and speed. Mais letras de músicas do álbum. 01. Obtenha até 3 meses de música gratuita. Você receberá 3 meses gratuitos caso você ainda não tenha utilizado um teste gratuito da Apple Music. Resgate o seu presente. Notícias em que poderá estar interessado.
Going Back to Cali" is a 1988 single by LL Cool J from the Less Than Zero soundtrack as well as his third album, Walking with a Panther. It peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, and was eventually certified gold by the RIAA on May 28, 1991. They are befriended by a lonely farmer, Jack Bodell (Perry Mallette), who offers them a place to stay. As days pass, Cleveland helps Jack around the farm and finds in him the father figure he lacks, while Brice falls in love with a local girl named Cindy (Susan Waderlow-Yamasaki). Four years later, Brice and Cleveland meet up in their senior year of college and decide to "go back" to Jack's farm, where they find much has changed in just a few years.
|A||Going Back To Cali||4:10|
|B1||Jack The Ripper||4:50|
|B2||I Can't Live Without My Radio||5:27|
- Copyright (c) – CBS Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Distributed By – CBS Records
- Distributed By – CBS Disques S.A.
- Published By – Island Music Ltd.
- Pressed By – CBS Pressing Plant, Aston Clinton
- Design – Tomcat
- Producer – Rick Rubin
- Written-By – J.T. Smith* (tracks: A, B1), J. Smith* (tracks: B2), R. Rubin*
NotesGoing Back To Cali made in 1987.
Jack The Ripper made in 1988.
I Can't Live Without My Radio made in 1985.
Track A duration given as 3:57 on release.
In the runout matrix no.s, "LLCJT·2 A1" on side A and "LLCJT·2 B1" on side B are hand-etched, all other characters are stamped. The "C" on side A and the "D" on side B are sideways relative to the other characters. There are stamped characters in both runouts that are difficult to discern and are not included in the matrix no. fields below.
© 1988 CBS Records. [CBS logo] is a trademark of CBS Inc. Distribution: CBS Records/CBS Disques S.A. Made in England
Original sound recording made by CBS Inc.
CBS & [CBS logo] ® CBS Inc.
Made in England
Side A label:
℗ 1987 CBS Inc.
Taken from the album Less Than Zero (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) DEF 460449
Side B label:
1. ℗ 1988 CBS Inc.
2. ℗ 1985 CBS Inc.
*[track B2]Special version from the LP Radio DEF 26745
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text, rear of sleeve): 5 099765 134667
- Other (Rear of sleeve): TA
- Price Code (Rear of sleeve): CB 181
- Label Code (Rear of sleeve and labels): LC 8427
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): LLCJ T2 A☆
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): LLCJ T2 B☆
- Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): LLCJT·2 A1
- Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): LLCJT·2 B1
- Matrix / Runout (Machine stamps side A): ⋀ AD2 C
- Matrix / Runout (Machine stamps side B): ⋀ AD2 D
- Rights Society (Centre labels): MCPS/BIEM
|44 07563||L.L. Cool J*||Going Back To Cali (12", Single)||Def Jam Recordings||44 07563||US||1988|
|38-07679, 38 07679||L.L. Cool J*||Going Back To Cali (7", Single)||Def Jam Recordings, Def Jam Recordings||38-07679, 38 07679||Canada||1987|
|38-07679, 38 07679||L.L. Cool J*||Going Back To Cali (7", Single)||Def Jam Recordings, Def Jam Recordings||38-07679, 38 07679||US||1988|
|DEF 651346 7||LL Cool J||Going Back To Cali (7", Single)||Def Jam Recordings||DEF 651346 7||Europe||1988|
|LLCJ 2||L.L. Cool J*||Going Back To Cali / Jack The Ripper (7", Single)||Def Jam Recordings||LLCJ 2||UK||1988|