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'''''Buhloone Mindstate''''' is the third studio album by American [[Hip hop music|hip hop]] group [[De La Soul]], released in 1993 on [[Tommy Boy Entertainment]]. It was the last album by the group to be produced by [[Prince Paul]]. ''Buhloone'' is a phonetic spelling of "balloon", and the theme of the album is laid out in the intro track, which starts with the sound of a balloon being inflated while the phrase "it might blow up, but it won't go pop"; lending to the interpretation that the group hope to expand their popularity with their third album without selling out.
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'''''Buhloone Mindstate''''' is the third studio album by American [[Hip hop music|hip hop]] group [[De La Soul]], released in September 21, 1993 on [[Tommy Boy Entertainment]]. It was the last album by the group to be produced by [[Prince Paul]]. ''Buhloone'' is a phonetic spelling of "balloon", and the theme of the album is laid out in the intro track, which starts with the sound of a balloon being inflated while the phrase "it might blow up, but it won't go pop"; lending to the interpretation that the group hope to expand their popularity with their third album without selling out.
   
 
De La Soul continued their experimentations with jazz by featuring veteran jazz musicians Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley and Pee Wee Ellis. Japanese hip hop artists [[Scha Dara Parr]] and [[Takagi Kan]] feature on the song "Long Island Wildin'", while [[Biz Markie]] makes an appearance on "Stone Age". De La Soul affiliate [[Shortie No Mass]] appears frequently throughout the album. [[Guru]] makes a spoken cameo on "Patti Dooke", and [[Dres]] makes an appearance on "En Focus". 
 
De La Soul continued their experimentations with jazz by featuring veteran jazz musicians Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley and Pee Wee Ellis. Japanese hip hop artists [[Scha Dara Parr]] and [[Takagi Kan]] feature on the song "Long Island Wildin'", while [[Biz Markie]] makes an appearance on "Stone Age". De La Soul affiliate [[Shortie No Mass]] appears frequently throughout the album. [[Guru]] makes a spoken cameo on "Patti Dooke", and [[Dres]] makes an appearance on "En Focus". 

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Buhloone Mindstate
Buhloone Mindstate
Studio album by De La Soul

Released

September 21, 1993

Recorded

September 1992 - April 1993

Studio

Sorcerer Studio, The Magic Shop, Unique Studio, Platinum Island and River Sound
(New York City)

Genre

Hip hop, East Coast hip hop, Jazz rap, Alternative hip hop

Length

48:10

Label

Tommy Boy Records / Warner Bros.

Producer

De La Soul, Prince Paul

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Buhloone Mindstate is the third studio album by American hip hop group De La Soul, released in September 21, 1993 on Tommy Boy Entertainment. It was the last album by the group to be produced by Prince PaulBuhloone is a phonetic spelling of "balloon", and the theme of the album is laid out in the intro track, which starts with the sound of a balloon being inflated while the phrase "it might blow up, but it won't go pop"; lending to the interpretation that the group hope to expand their popularity with their third album without selling out.

De La Soul continued their experimentations with jazz by featuring veteran jazz musicians Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley and Pee Wee Ellis. Japanese hip hop artists Scha Dara Parr and Takagi Kan feature on the song "Long Island Wildin'", while Biz Markie makes an appearance on "Stone Age". De La Soul affiliate Shortie No Mass appears frequently throughout the album. Guru makes a spoken cameo on "Patti Dooke", and Dres makes an appearance on "En Focus". 

The album peaked at #40 on the Billboard 200, and #9 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. At the time, it was De La Soul's worst commercial performance, although the album received positive reviews from critics. 

Track listingEdit

All songs produced by Prince Paul and De La Soul.

No. Title Performer(s) Writer(s) Time
1. "Intro" - Dickens, Houston, Jolicouer, Mason, Mercer 0:52
2. "Eye Patch" Posdnuos, Trugoy Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer 3:20
3. "En Focus" Posdnuos, Trugoy, Dres, Shortie No Mass Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer 3:15
4. "Patti Dooke" Posdnuos, Trugoy, Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley, Pee Wee Ellis, Melvin Parker, Rodney Jones, Larry Goldings, Frank Wes, Guru Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer 5:54
5. "I Be Blowin'" Maceo Parker Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer 4:58
6. "Long Island Wildin'" SDP, Takagi Kan Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer 1:30
7. "Ego Trippin' [Part Two]" Posdnuos, Trugoy Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer 5:23
8. "Paul's Revenge" - Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer 0:43
9. "3 Days Later" Posdnuos, Trugoy George, Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer, Snyder 3:23
10. "Area" Posdnuos, Trugoy Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer 3:31
11. "I Am I Be" Posdnuos, Trugoy, Maseo Parker, Fred Wesley, Pee Wee Ellis Davis, Gordy, Holloway, Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer, Wilson 5:03
12. "In the Woods" Posdnuos, Trugoy, Shortie No Mass Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer 4:01
13. "Breakadawn" Posdnuos, Trugoy Greene, Houston, Jolicoeur, Jones, Mason, Mercer, Robinson, Wonder 4:14
14. "Dave Has a Problem...Seriously" - Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer 0:55
15. "Stone Age" Posdnuos, Trugoy, Biz Markie Houston, Jolicoeur, Mason, Mercer 5:08

Samples Edit

Intro

  • "Deep Gully" by Outlaw Blues Band

Eye Patch

  • "Instrumental" by Jimmy Reed
  • "Everything I Do Gohn Be Funky (From Now On)" by Lee Dorsey
  • "Deep Gully" by Outlaw Blues Band

En Focus

  • "Nothing is The Same" by Grand Funk Railroad
  • "Intimate Connection" by Kleeer

Patti Dooke

  • "Rock Box" by Run-D.M.C.
  • "People Make the World Go Round" by Milt Jackson

I Be Blowin'

  • "You've Made Me So Very Happy" by Lou Rawls
  • "The Next Band - Music: Brother Soul Pt. 1" by Eddie Harris

Long Island Wildin'

  • "Ground Hog" by Duke Pearson
  • "Spinning Wheel" by Wade Marcus
  • "Rebel Without a Pause" by Public Enemy

Ego Trippin' (Part Two)

  • "Harlem Hendoo" by Al Hirt
  • "Ain't No Half Steppin'" by Heatwave

Paul's Revenge

  • "Come in Out of the Rain" by Parliament

3 Days Later

  • "Don't Change Your Love" by Five Stairsteps
  • "Love in the Streets (Ain't Good as the Love at Home)" by Johnnie Taylor
  • "Hot Dog" by Lou Donaldson

Area

I Am I Be

  • "The Soil I Tilled for You" by The Shades of Brown
  • "You've Made Me So Very Happy" by Lou Rawls

In the Woods

  • "Spinning Wheel" by Lonnie Smith
  • "Track #13" by Maceo Parker

Breakadawn

  • "Yes We Can Can" by The Pointer Sisters
  • "I Can't Help It" by Michael Jackson
  • "A Quiet Storm" by Smokey Robinson

Dave Has a Problem...Seriously

  • "Something Else Again" by Richie Havens

Stone Age

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