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Saturday Night! The Album (Expanded Edition)
Nº of Discs:
1. Housing The Joint
2. We Get III
3. Do It Do It
4. Dedication To All B-Boys
5. Get N Paid
6. Dis Groove Is Bad
7. Parkside 5-2
8. B-Boy Rhyme And Riddle
9. Saturday Night
10. Its Krack
11. Saturday Night (Radio Version)
12. Saturday Night (Instrumental)
13. Housing The Joint (Radio Remix)
14. Housing The Joint (Magoomba Mix)
15. Housing The Joint (Instrumental)
16. Parkside 5-2 (Radio Edit)
17. Parkside 5-2 (Instrumental)
First Time Ever on CD and Expanded for Schoolly D' 1986 album "Saturday Night!"
This title has been Expanded with 7 Bonus Tracks
We had originally decided to do a 2 CD release, but during the remastering 1 of the bonus tracks was identical to a track from the album, when removing this track we found all the remaining tracks would fit onto 1 CD.
Release Date: Original date was scheduled for the 30th June. Release Date is now been arranged for the 21st July - Apologies for this delay due to a manufacturing bottleneck.
Liner Notes by Alex Henderson
Schoolly D’s sophomore opus is an album based on high production values, honest lyricism and pure originality. Unlike his first self-titled EP that included the classics “Gucci Time” and “P.S.K. What Does It Mean?,” Saturday Night! The Album’s song lengths are generally shorter, making for a harder hitting full-length with greater impact from beginning to end.
Schoolly School and DJ Code Money came equipped with bigger, better drum machines, rapid fire scratching and discovered the joy of dropping quirky cartoon sound bites atop their patented dusted funk samples.
“We Get Ill” and “Dedication To All B-Boys” are hard anthem highlights, while “Parkside 5-2” continues “P.S.K’s” ode to his philly neighbourhood, and the title track “Saturday Night” is the kind of sleazy tale of misogyny that puts Schoolly D (along with acts like NWA and 2 Live Crew) in hot water with many parents, critics and community leaders.
Originally released on Schoolly’s own label and distributed by hand (and heavily bootlegged), the tracks from Saturday Night! The Album received wider exposure when it was re-released on LP format via Jive Records in 1987.
The album was everything Schoolly D was all about: funk, lose rhymes and attitude. The only problem, it was never given a proper release on CD, until now.