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{{Infobox|Box title = Nocturnal|image = file: Nocturnal.jpg|caption = Studio album by [[Heltah Skeltah]]|Row 1 title = Released|Row 1 info = June 18, 1996|Row 2 title = Recorded|Row 2 info = July 1995 - March 1996|Row 3 title = Studio|Row 3 info = [[D&D Studios]]<br>(New York City)|Row 4 title = Genre|Row 4 info = [[East Coast hip hop]], [[Hardcore hip hop]]|Row 5 title = Length|Row 5 info = 65:21|Row 6 title = Label|Row 6 info = [[Duck Down Records|Duck Down]]/[[Priority Records|Priority]]/[[EMI | EMI Records]]|Row 7 title = Producer|Row 7 info = [[Buckshot]], [[Da Beatminerz]], Shawn J. Period, [[E-Swift]], Shaleek, Supreme, [[Lord Jamar]]}}'''''Nocturnal '''''is the debut studio album from [[Hip hop]] group [[Heltah Skeltah]] (consisting of Rock and [[Sean Price]] (aka Ruck). It was released in June 18, 1996 under [[Duck Down Music Inc.]], [[Priority Records]] and [[EMI Records]]. The production on the album was handled by [[Da Beatminerz]], [[Buckshot]], [[Lord Jamar]], Shaleek, [[E-Swift]], Shawn J. Period and Supreme. The album features guest appearances by Vinia Mojica and [[Boot Camp Clik]] members: [[O.G.C.]], The Representativz and Illa Noyz. the album spawned singles "Leflah Leflaur Eshkoshka", "Operation Lockdown" and "Therapy".
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{{Infobox|Box title = ''Nocturnal''|image = file: Nocturnal.jpg|caption = Studio album by [[Heltah Skeltah]]|Row 1 title = Released|Row 1 info = June 18, 1996|Row 2 title = Recorded|Row 2 info = July 1995 - March 1996|Row 3 title = Studio|Row 3 info = [[D&D Studios]]<br>(New York City)|Row 4 title = Genre|Row 4 info = [[East Coast hip hop]], [[Hardcore hip hop]]|Row 5 title = Length|Row 5 info = 65:21|Row 6 title = Label|Row 6 info = [[Duck Down Records|Duck Down]]/[[Priority Records|Priority]]/[[EMI | EMI Records]]|Row 7 title = Producer|Row 7 info = [[Buckshot]], [[Da Beatminerz]], Shawn J. Period, [[E-Swift]], Shaleek, Supreme, [[Lord Jamar]]}}'''''Nocturnal '''''is the debut studio album by [[Hip hop music|hip hop]] group [[Heltah Skeltah]]. It was released in June 18, 1996 under [[Duck Down Music Inc.]], [[Priority Records]] and [[EMI Records]]. The production on the album was handled by [[Da Beatminerz]], [[Buckshot]], [[Lord Jamar]], Shaleek, [[E-Swift]], Shawn J. Period and Supreme. The album features guest appearances by Vinia Mojica and [[Boot Camp Clik]] members: [[O.G.C.]], The Representativz and Illa Noyz. the album spawned singles "Leflah Leflaur Eshkoshka", "Operation Lockdown" and "Therapy".
   
 
== Track Listing ==
 
== Track Listing ==
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Latest revision as of 06:50, February 12, 2020

Nocturnal
Nocturnal
Studio album by Heltah Skeltah

Released

June 18, 1996

Recorded

July 1995 - March 1996

Studio

D&D Studios
(New York City)

Genre

East Coast hip hop, Hardcore hip hop

Length

65:21

Label

Duck Down/Priority/ EMI Records

Producer

Buckshot, Da Beatminerz, Shawn J. Period, E-Swift, Shaleek, Supreme, Lord Jamar

Nocturnal is the debut studio album by hip hop group Heltah Skeltah. It was released in June 18, 1996 under Duck Down Music Inc., Priority Records and EMI Records. The production on the album was handled by Da Beatminerz, Buckshot, Lord Jamar, Shaleek, E-Swift, Shawn J. Period and Supreme. The album features guest appearances by Vinia Mojica and Boot Camp Clik members: O.G.C., The Representativz and Illa Noyz. the album spawned singles "Leflah Leflaur Eshkoshka", "Operation Lockdown" and "Therapy".

Track Listing Edit

  1. "Intro (Here We Come)" - 3:30
  2. "Letha Brainz Blow" - 4:19
  3. "Undastand" - 4:15
  4. "Who Dat?" - 1:43
  5. "Sean Price" (feat. Illa Noyz) - 4:19
  6. "Clan's, Posse's, Crew's & Clik's" - 5:23
  7. "Therapy" (feat. Vinia Mojica) - 4:23
  8. "Place to Be" - 2:45
  9. "Soldiers Gone Psyco" - 3:40
  10. "The Square (Triple R)" (feat. The Representativz) - 4:20
  11. "Da Wiggy" - 4:12
  12. "Gettin Ass Gettin Ass - 1:15
  13. "Leflah Leflaur Eshkoshka" (feat. O.G.C. (as The Fab 5) - 5:03
  14. "Prowl" (feat. Louieville Sluggah (of O.G.C.) - 4:13
  15. "Grate Unknown" - 4:18
  16. "Operation Lock Down" - 4:25
  17. "Lock Down Skit" - 3:01

Samples Edit

Letha Brainz Blow

  • "Fly, Fly, the Route, Shoot" by If
  • "The Look of Love" by Johnny Pate

Undastand

  • "Why Can't People Be Colors Too?" by The Whatnauts
  • "Soledad De Murcia" by Michael Naura Quartett
  • "Soul Girl" by Jeanne & the Darlings

Who Dat?

  • "Both Ends Against the Middle" by Richard "Popcorn" Wylie

Sean Price

  • "Nuff Man a Dead" by Super Cat

Clan's, Posse's, Crew's & Clik's

  • "The Mixed Up Cup" by Clyde McPhatter

Therapy

  • "Enchanted Lady" by Milt Jackson and The Ray Brown Big Band

Place to Be

  • "Get Out of My Life, Woman" by Iron Butterfly
  • "Memory Lane" by Minnie Riperton

Soldiers Gone Psyco

  • "Sing a Simple Song" by Sly & the Family Stone
  • "Lost in a Pool of Red" by Wade Marcus

Da Wiggy

  • "If I Needed Someone" by Bit 'A Sweet
  • "Can You Do Without" by The Meters
  • "Strange Games & Things" by Love Unlimited Orchestra

Leflah Leflaur Eshkoshka

  • "Why Can't People Be Colors Too?" by The Whatnauts
  • "Uzuri" by Catalyst

Prowl

  • "Rain, Rain, Go Away" by Bob Azzam
  • "Danube Incident" by Lalo Schifrin

Operation Lock Down

  • "Theme From Summer of '42" by George Benson
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