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No Mercy
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Studio album by Da Youngsta's

Released

September 20, 1994

Recorded

August 1993 - April 1994

Studio

House of Hitz, Inc.
(Chestnut Ridge, New York)

Genre

Hip Hop

Length

53:13

Label

EastWest, Atlantic

Producer

Marley Marl, K-Def, Qu'ran Goodman, Dante "Destro" Barton

No Mercy is the third studio album by Da Youngsta's. It was released in September 20, 1994 under EastWest/Atlantic. It is the follow up from their 2nd album The Aftermath. The production of the album was handled by Marley Marl, K-Def, Qu'ran Goodman, and Dante "Destro" Barton. No Mercy spawned the singles "Hip Hop Ride" and "Mad Props.

The album peaked at number 45 on the Top R&B/Hip hop albums.

Track listing Edit

  1. Hip Hop Ride - 4:19
  2. Mad Props - 4:15
  3. No Mercy - 4:26
  4. Backstabbers - 3:53
  5. No More Hard Times - 4:10
  6. Put Me On - 4:29
  7. Stayed Away - 3:58
  8. Illy Filly Funk - 4:19
  9. Grim Reaper - 4:05
  10. Reality - 4:12
  11. In the City - 3:35
  12. People Round Town - 3:50
  13. What U Feel - 3:40

;Sample credits

*"Hip Hop Ride" samples "Hey Mr. D.J. (Remix)" by Zhane, "All We Need" by Patrice Rushen and "Just Rhymin' With Biz" by Big Daddy Kane feat. Biz Markie.

*"Mad Props" samples "Over You" by The Main Ingredient and "Jack The Ripper" by LL Cool J.

*"No Mercy" samples "L.O.V.E." by Kool & the Gang" and "Dancin' In an Easy Groove" by Lonnie Smith.

*"Backstabbers" samples "Message to Michael" by Cal Tjader.

*"No More Hard Times" samples "Hip-Hop Vs. Rap" by KRS-One.

*"Put Me On" samples "N.T." by Kool & the Gang.

*"Stayed Away" samples "I Wanna Be Where You Are" by Michael Jackson and "It's A New Day" by Skull Snaps.

*"Illy Filly Funk" samples "Summer in the City" by Quincy Jones feat. Valerie Simpson.

*"Grim Reaper" samples "Don't Look Back" by The Temptations.

*"Reality" samples "Tones for Joan's Blues" by Chick Corea and "C.R.E.A.M" by Wu-Tang Clan.

*"In the City" samples "Summer Madness" by Kool & the Gang.

*"People Round Town" samples "Beddie-Biey" by Steve Arrington and "So What Cha Sayin' by EPMD.

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