De La Soul Is Dead  

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De La Soul Is Dead is De La Soul's second full-length album, released in 1991 (see 1991 in music). The album was produced by Prince Paul, whose work on 3 Feet High and Rising was highly praised by music critics.

Track listing

  1. "Intro"- 2:14
  2. "Oodles of O's"- 3:31
  3. "Talkin' bout hey Love"- 2:27
  4. "Pease Porridge"- 5:02
  5. "Skit 1"- :25
  6. "Johnny's Dead AKA Vincent Mason (live in BK Lounge)"- 1:57
  7. "A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays""- 4:03
    • featuring Q-Tip And Vinia Mojica
  8. "WRMS' Dedication to the Bitty" - :46
  9. "Bitties in the BK Lounge"- 5:40
  10. "Skit 2"- :31
  11. "My Brother's a Basehead"- 4:20
  12. "Let, Let Me In"- 3:25
  13. "Afro Connections at a Hi-5 (In the Eyes of the Hoodlum)"- 4:02
  14. "Rap de Rap Show"- 2:19
  15. "Millie Pulled a Pistol on Santa"- 4:10
  16. "Who do u Worship?"- 1:59
  17. "Skit 3"- :31
  18. "Kicked Out the House"- 1:56
    • CD bonus track
  19. "Pass the Plugs"- 3:30
  20. "Not Over till the Fat Lady Plays the Demo"- 1:29
  21. "Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey)"- 5:06
  22. "WRMS: Cat's in Control"- :34
  23. "Skit 4"- :12
  24. "Shwingalokate"- 4:14
  25. "Fanatic of the B-Word"- 4:09
  26. "Keepin' the Faith"- 4:45
  27. "Skit 5"- :32




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