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|caption = Studio album by [[Show & A.G.]]
 
|caption = Studio album by [[Show & A.G.]]
 
|Row 1 title = Released
 
|Row 1 title = Released
|Row 1 info = May 30, 1995
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|Row 1 info = 30 May 1995
 
|Row 2 title = Recorded
 
|Row 2 title = Recorded
|Row 2 info = May 1994 - February 1995
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|Row 2 info = 1994-1995
|Row 3 title = Studio
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|Row 3 title = Genre
|Row 3 info = Chung King Studios <br> (Manhattan, New York) <br> BlackHole Studios <br> (Hampton, Virginia)
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|Row 3 info = [[Hip hop music|Hip hop]]
|Row 4 title = Genre
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|Row 4 title = Length
|Row 4 info = [[Hip hop]], [[East Coast hip hop]], [[Hardcore hip hop]]
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|Row 4 info = 50:32
|Row 5 title = Length
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|Row 5 title = Label
|Row 5 info = 50:32
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|Row 5 info = Payday/FFRR
|Row 6 title = Label
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|Row 6 title = Producer
|Row 6 info = Payday / FFRR|Row 7 title = Producer|Row 7 info = [[DJ Premier]], [[Dres]], [[Lord Finesse]], [[Roc Raida]], [[Show]]}}
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|Row 6 info = [[DJ Premier]], [[Dres]], [[Lord Finesse]], [[Roc Raida]], [[Show]]}}
 
{{Infobox
 
{{Infobox
 
|Box title = [[Show & A.G.]] chronology
 
|Box title = [[Show & A.G.]] chronology
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|Row 2 title = Next
 
|Row 2 title = Next
 
|Row 2 info = ''[[Full Scale LP|Full Scale]]'' (1998)}}
 
|Row 2 info = ''[[Full Scale LP|Full Scale]]'' (1998)}}
'''''Goodfellas''''' is the second studio album by American [[hip hop music|hip hop]] duo [[Show & A.G.]], released in May 30, 1995 by Payday Records and FFRR. Released three years after the duo's debut studio album ''[[Runaway Slave]]'', the album contains a notably darker and more hardcore sound than their debut. Guest appearences on the album include [[Lord Finesse]], [[Party Arty]], [[Method Man]] and [[Diamond D]]. Producer [[Show]], who made numerous rapping appearances on their debut, has no verses on this album.
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'''''Goodfellas''''' is the second studio album by American [[hip hop music|hip hop]] duo [[Show & A.G.]], released in 1995 by Payday Records and FFRR. Released three years after the duo's debut studio album ''[[Runaway Slave]]'', the album contains a notably darker and more hardcore sound than their debut. Guest appearences on the album include [[Lord Finesse]], [[Party Arty]], [[Method Man]] and [[Diamond D]]. Producer [[Show]], who made numerous rapping appearances on their debut, has no verses on this album.
   
 
The album recived positive acclaim, but never achieved mainstream success and only remained popular in [[underground hip hop]] circles. The album is now hard to find in stores and can sell for high amounts of money.
 
The album recived positive acclaim, but never achieved mainstream success and only remained popular in [[underground hip hop]] circles. The album is now hard to find in stores and can sell for high amounts of money.
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== Samples ==
 
'''Never Than Less Ill'''
 
* "Hogin' Machine" by Les Baxter
 
* "Do a Thing" by Herbie Hancock
 
'''You Know Now'''
 
* "Dawn" by Paul Horn
 
'''Check It Out'''
 
* "Terri's Tune" by David Axelrod
 
'''Add On'''
 
* "Get Out of My Life, Woman" by Lee Dorsey
 
* "Dusk" by Paul Horn
 
* "Nice N' Juicy" by Maynard Ferguson
 
* "Outside Love" by Brethren
 
'''Next Level (Nyte Time Mix)'''
 
* "Mister Mellow" by Maynard Ferguson
 
* "Fuck What U Heard" by [[Diamond D]]
 
'''Neighbahood Sickness'''
 
* "Nowhere to Go" by Spanky & Our Gang
 
* "Sanctus" by Paul Horn
 
'''All Out'''
 
* "Capsule" by William S. Fischer
 
* "Winicumuhround" by [[Redman]]
 
'''Medicine'''
 
* "Ode to Billie Joe" by Lou Donaldson
 
* "Tales of a Rhoda Rat" by Buddy Rich
 
* "Primeval Landscape (In the Isolation Chamber)" by John Corigliano
 
'''I'm Not the One'''
 
* "Blue Veils and Golden Sand" by Delia Derbyshire
 
'''Got Ya Back'''
 
* "You'll Know When You Get There" by Herbie Hancock
 
'''Next Level'''
 
* "Angel" by Wes Montgomery
 
'''You Want It'''
 
* "The Sorcerer of Isis (The Ritual of the Mole)" by Power of Zeus
 
* "Alone Together" by Eric Dolphy
 
* "Feel Like Making Love" by Bob James
 
 
[[Category:1995 albums]]
 
[[Category:1995 albums]]
 
[[Category:Showbiz & A.G. albums]]
 
[[Category:Showbiz & A.G. albums]]
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