|Publié sur:||10 Sep 2001|
|Catalogue #:||586 396-2|
|1||All I Need|
Mixed By – Doug WilsonProducer – BinkRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" KeatonWritten-By – R. Harrel, S. Carter
Producer – TimbalandRecorded By, Mixed By – Jimmy DouglasWritten-By – S. Carter, T. Mosley
|3||Girls, Girls, Girls|
Mixed By – Jason GoldsteinProducer – Just BlazeRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Kamel AbdoVocals [Additional] – Biz Markie, Q-Tip, Slick RickWritten-By – B. Relf, J. Smith, S. Carter, T. Brock
|4||Heart Of The City (Ain't No Love)|
Mixed By – Supa Engineer DUROProducer – Kanye WestRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Kamel AbdoWritten-By – D. Walsh, K. West, M. Price, S. Carter
|5||U Don't Know|
Mixed By – Jason GoldsteinProducer – Just BlazeRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" KeatonRecorded By [Assistant] – Shane "Bermi" WoodleyWritten-By – B. Byrd, J. Smith, S. Carter
Mixed By – Jason GoldsteinProducer – Just BlazeRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" KeatonRecorded By [Assistant] – Shane "Bermi" WoodleyWritten-By – D. Gibbs, J. Smith, R. Johnson, S. Carter
Featuring, Producer – EminemMixed By – Richard HurediaRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" KeatonWritten-By – M. Mathers, S. Carter
Mixed By – Supa Engineer DUROProducer – Kanye WestRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Kamel AbdoWritten-By – B. Gordy, D. Richards, A. Mizell, F. Perren, K. West, S. Carter
|9||Breathe Easy (Lyrical Exercise)|
Producer [Uncredited] – Just Blaze
|10||Blueprint (Momma Loves Me)|
Backing Vocals – Luren Leek, Schevise HarrellMixed By – Doug WilsonOrgan – Bo Organ [Live Organs] – Victor FlowersProducer, Programmed By [All Programming] – BinkRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" KeatonWritten-By – A. Green, R. Harrel, S. Carter
|11||The Ruler's Back|
Bass – Eric "E Bass" JohnsonMixed By – Doug WilsonProducer, Programmed By [All Programming] – BinkRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" KeatonStrings – KeyamoWritten-By – B. Sigler, P. Hurtt, R. Harrel, S. Carter
|12||Girls, Girls, Girls (Part 2)|
Producer [Uncredited] – Kanye West
Mixed By – Jason GoldsteinProducer, Chorus [Uncredited] – Kanye WestRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Kamel AbdoWritten-By – B. Miller, K. West, S. Carter
|14||Jigga That Na|
Mixed By – Jason GoldsteinProducer – Poke & ToneRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" KeatonRecorded By [Assistant] – Shane "Bermi" WoodleyVocals [Additional] – Michelle Mills, Stephanie MillerWritten-By – J. C. Olivier, S. Barnes, S. Carter
Mixed By – Gimel "Young Guru" KeatonProducer – Kanye WestRecorded By – Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Kamel AbdoVocals [Additional] – Josey ScottWritten-By – A. Lomax, B. Chandler, E. Burdon, J. Morrison, J. Densmore, K. West, L. Parker, R. Manzarek, R. Krieger, S. Carter
|314-586-396-1||Jay-Z||The Blueprint (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Blu)||Roc-A-Fella Records||314-586-396-1||US||2001|
|586 396-2||Jay-Z||The Blueprint (CD, Album, Enh)||Roc-A-Fella Records||586 396-2||Thailand||2001|
|314 586 395-4||Jay-Z||The Blueprint (Cass, Album)||Roc-A-Fella Records||314 586 395-4||Malaysia||2001|
|314 586 396-2||Jay-Z||The Blueprint (CD, Album)||Roc-A-Fella Records||314 586 396-2||Canada||2001|
|314 586 396-2||Jay-Z||The Blueprint (CD, Album)||Roc-A-Fella Records||314 586 396-2||US||2001|
Released in a transparent blue jewel case with clear blue tray (standard size, otherwise).
Track 12 is misspelt as "Renagade" on the back cover & booklet.
Tracks 13B and 13C are hidden bonus tracks.
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