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{{Infobox|Box title = ''Wild Cowboys''|image = File:Wild Cowboys.jpg|caption = studio album by [[Sadat X]]|Row 1 title = Released|Row 1 info = July 16, 1996|Row 2 title = Recorded|Row 2 info = August 1995 - February 1996|Row 3 title = Studio|Row 3 info = Chung King Studios <br> (New York City) <br> [[D&D Studios]] <br> (New York City) <br> Chris Biondo Studios <br> (Washington, DC) <br> Platinum Island Studios <br> (New York City)|Row 4 title = Genre|Row 4 info = [[Hip hop]], [[East Coast hip hop]]|Row 5 title = Length|Row 5 info = 64:00|Row 6 title = Label|Row 6 info = Loud Records/RCA|Row 7 title = Producer|Row 7 info = [[Diamond D]], [[Pete Rock]], [[Buckwild]], DJ Alamo, Minnesota, DJ Ogee, [[Showbiz]], [[Da Beatminerz]], Ali Malek, Ant Greene Father Time, Dante Ross, Sadat X}}'''''Wild Cowboys '''''is the debut solo album by American rapper [[Sadat X]]. It was released in July 16, 1996 under [[Loud Records]]. The album did not receive much mainstream attention. it was a popular underground release, partly due to the album's producers, which included [[Showbiz]], [[Diamond D]], [[Pete Rock]], [[Buckwild]], DJ Alamo, Minnesota, [[Da Beatminerz]], DJ Ogee, Ali Malek, Ant Greene Father Time & Dante Ross. ''Wild Cowboys ''features the "Hang 'Em High", "Stages & Lights" and "The Lump Lump". A sequel to the album, ''Wild Cowboys II, ''was released in March 20, 2010.
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{{Infobox|Box title = ''Wild Cowboys''|image = File:Wild Cowboys.jpg|caption = studio album by [[Sadat X]]|Row 1 title = Released|Row 1 info = July 16, 1996|Row 2 title = Recorded|Row 2 info = August 1995 - February 1996|Row 3 title = Studio|Row 3 info = Chung King Studios <br> (New York City) <br> [[D&D Studios]] <br> (New York City) <br> Chris Biondo Studios <br> (Washington, DC) <br> Platinum Island Studios <br> (New York City)|Row 4 title = Genre|Row 4 info = [[Hip hop]], [[East Coast hip hop]]|Row 5 title = Length|Row 5 info = 64:00|Row 6 title = Label|Row 6 info = Loud Records/RCA|Row 7 title = Producer|Row 7 info = [[Diamond D]], [[Pete Rock]], [[Buckwild]], DJ Alamo, Minnesota, DJ Ogee, [[Showbiz]], [[Da Beatminerz]], Ali Malek, Ant Greene Father Time, Dante Ross, Sadat X}}'''''Wild Cowboys '''''is the debut solo studio album by American [[rapper]] and [[Brand Nubian]] member [[Sadat X]]. It was released in July 16, 1996 under [[Loud Records]]. The album did not receive much mainstream attention. it was a popular underground release, partly due to the album's producers, which included [[Showbiz]], [[Diamond D]], [[Pete Rock]], [[Buckwild]], DJ Alamo, Minnesota, [[Da Beatminerz]], DJ Ogee, Ali Malek, Ant Greene Father Time & Dante Ross. ''Wild Cowboys ''features the "Hang 'Em High", "Stages & Lights" and "The Lump Lump". A sequel to the album, ''Wild Cowboys II, ''was released in March 20, 2010.
   
 
== Track listing ==
 
== Track listing ==
# The Lump Lump - 3:55
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# "The Lump Lump" - 3:55
# Wild Cowboys - 4:38
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# "Wild Cowboys" - 4:38
# Sauce For Birdheads feat. Shawn Black - 4:03
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# "Sauce For Birdheads" (feat. Shawn Black) - 4:03
# Open Bar feat. [[Grand Puba]] - 4:35
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# "Open Bar" (feat. [[Grand Puba]]) - 4:35
# Hang 'Em High feat. D.V. Alias Khrist - 4:00
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# "Hang 'Em High" (feat. D.V. Alias Khrist) - 4:00
# Do It Again - 4:02
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# "Do It Again" - 4:02
# Game's Sober feat. Money Boss Players & Sha Sha - 4:35
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# "Game's Sober" (feat. Money Boss Players & Sha Sha) - 4:35
# Smoking on the Low feat. D.V. Alias Khrist & Shawn Black - 4:42
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# "Smoking on the Low" (feat. D.V. Alias Khrist & Shawn Black) - 4:42
# Petty People feat. Shawn Black - 4:26
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# "Petty People" (feat. Shawn Black) - 4:26
# The Interview feat. Regina Hall - 3:23
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# "The Interview" (feat. Regina Hall) - 3:23
# Stages & Lights - 4:15
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# "Stages & Lights" - 4:15
# Move On - 4:35
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# "Move On" - 4:35
# The Funkiest - 4:30
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# "The Funkiest" - 4:30
# Escape From New York feat. Deda - 4:10
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# "Escape From New York" (feat. Deda) - 4:10
# The Hashout feat. Shawn Black, Tec & Cool Chuck - 4:28
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# "The Hashout" (feat. Shawn Black, Tec & Cool Chuck) - 4:28
   
 
== Samples ==
 
== Samples ==

Latest revision as of 02:01, July 5, 2020

Wild Cowboys
Wild Cowboys
studio album by Sadat X

Released

July 16, 1996

Recorded

August 1995 - February 1996

Studio

Chung King Studios
(New York City)
D&D Studios
(New York City)
Chris Biondo Studios
(Washington, DC)
Platinum Island Studios
(New York City)

Genre

Hip hop, East Coast hip hop

Length

64:00

Label

Loud Records/RCA

Producer

Diamond D, Pete Rock, Buckwild, DJ Alamo, Minnesota, DJ Ogee, Showbiz, Da Beatminerz, Ali Malek, Ant Greene Father Time, Dante Ross, Sadat X

Wild Cowboys is the debut solo studio album by American rapper and Brand Nubian member Sadat X. It was released in July 16, 1996 under Loud Records. The album did not receive much mainstream attention. it was a popular underground release, partly due to the album's producers, which included Showbiz, Diamond D, Pete Rock, Buckwild, DJ Alamo, Minnesota, Da Beatminerz, DJ Ogee, Ali Malek, Ant Greene Father Time & Dante Ross. Wild Cowboys features the "Hang 'Em High", "Stages & Lights" and "The Lump Lump". A sequel to the album, Wild Cowboys II, was released in March 20, 2010.

Track listing Edit

  1. "The Lump Lump" - 3:55
  2. "Wild Cowboys" - 4:38
  3. "Sauce For Birdheads" (feat. Shawn Black) - 4:03
  4. "Open Bar" (feat. Grand Puba) - 4:35
  5. "Hang 'Em High" (feat. D.V. Alias Khrist) - 4:00
  6. "Do It Again" - 4:02
  7. "Game's Sober" (feat. Money Boss Players & Sha Sha) - 4:35
  8. "Smoking on the Low" (feat. D.V. Alias Khrist & Shawn Black) - 4:42
  9. "Petty People" (feat. Shawn Black) - 4:26
  10. "The Interview" (feat. Regina Hall) - 3:23
  11. "Stages & Lights" - 4:15
  12. "Move On" - 4:35
  13. "The Funkiest" - 4:30
  14. "Escape From New York" (feat. Deda) - 4:10
  15. "The Hashout" (feat. Shawn Black, Tec & Cool Chuck) - 4:28

Samples Edit

The Lump Lump

  • "Blind Alley" by The Emotions
  • "Tell Me" by Groove Theory

Wild Cowboys

  • "Both Ends Against the Middle" by Richard "Popcorn" Wylie
  • "Mascaram Setaba" by Mulatu Astatke

Open Bar

  • "The Mixed Up Cup" by Clyde McPhatter
  • "Invitation" by Cal Tjader

Hang 'Em High

  • "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (Main Theme)" by Ennio Morricone

Game's Sober

  • "Louisiana Blues" by Climax Blues Band
  • "Standing Right Here" by Melba Moore

Smoking on the Low

  • "The Bus" by Solomon Burke

Petty People

  • "Midnight Theme" by Manzel
  • "Song of Innocence" by David Axelrod

The Interview

  • "Ike's Mood I / You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" by Isaac Hayes

Stages & Lights

  • "Come in Out of the Rain" by Parliament
  • "I Don't Want to Leave You, I Just Came to Say Good-Bye" by Shawn Phillips

Move On

  • "Outside Love" by Brethren

The Funkiest

  • "Lovin' You" by Minnie Riperton
  • "Bambu" by Reuben Wilson
  • "Four Play" by Fred Wesley and The Horny Horns

Escape From New York

  • "The Sorcerer of Isis (The Ritual of the Mole)" by Power of Zeus
  • "Ralph's New Blues" by The Modern Jazz Quintet

The Hashout

  • "Pedra Da Lua" by Stone Alliance
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