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  1. Dr Dre's second album "2001" was released on Aftermath. Death Row had a compliation album they released before that called "The Chronic 2000: Still Smokin". Dre was originally going to call his second album "The Chronic 2000", which is why Death Row rushed to use that album title first, to force Dre to change his album's name.

  2. Apr 03, 2017 · The film tells of an attempted coup at Tupac's label Death Row Records - co-founded by Suge and Dr Dre among others - which eventually led to the shooting in Las Vegas on 7 September 1996.

  3. Dec 13, 2018 · Named by Dre, who would have also co-written and produced it, the album would have been made at the height of the rapper’s powers and released during Death Row Records’ incredible winning streak. That Eargasm never came to fruition kept Rage’s career dependent on men — in the form of collaborators and label bosses — rather than ...

  4. Apr 25, 2019 · We did one session and two days later, my Death Row chain came. After he got out, out of everyone that was “Death Row,” it was a chosen seven who had Death Row chains. With Death Row, what was ...

  5. Well before Eazy’s death the group N.W.A were reportedly going to come back together, although they all pursued solo careers it was Dr Dre who wanted this originally (or so it was perceived) and contacted the past members.

  6. Dec 15, 2008 · Speaking to the Associated Press last week, he explained that the use of music as torture “can make innocent men go mad,” and added more about the use of music during his imprisonment, stating that he was “locked in an overcooled 9-foot-by-9-foot cell that had a speaker with a metal grate over it. Two large speakers stood in the hallway ...

  7. Published Apr 08, 2013. Throbbing Gristle could never have imagined selling 30 million records when they invented the term "industrial music" in 1976. Then again, neither could 11-year-old Trent ...