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  • Performer: A Tribe Called Quest
  • Album: We Got It From Here…Thank You 4 Your Service
  • FLAC: 1577 mb | MP3: 1782 mb
  • Released: 2016
  • Country: US
  • Style: Conscious
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 697
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A Tribe Called Quest - We Got It From Here…Thank You 4 Your Service album flac

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A1 The Space Program
Bass – Louis CatoDrums – Q-TipGuitar – Chris Sholar*Keyboards – Masayuki "BIGYUKI" Hirano*, Q-TipVocals – Jarobi, Phife*, Q-TipWritten-By – Jarobi White, Kamaal Fareed, Malik Izaak Taylor*
5:40
A2 We The People....
Bass – Q-TipDrum Programming – Q-TipKeyboards – Casey Benjamin, Q-TipVocals – Phife*, Q-TipWritten-By – William Ward*, Terrance Butler*, Kamaal Fareed, Malik Izaak Taylor*, John Osbourne*, Anthony Frank Iommi*
2:52
A3 Whateva Will Be
Drums – Q-TipVocals – Consequence , Jarobi, Phife*, Q-TipWritten-By – Dexter Mills*, Jarobi White, Kamaal Fareed, Malik Izaak Taylor*, Winston Jones
2:52
A4 Solid Wall of Sound
Acoustic Guitar – Jack White Bass – Q-TipDrums – Q-TipKeyboards – Masayuki "BIGYUKI" Hirano*Piano – Elton JohnVocals – Busta Rhymes, Elton John, Jack White , Phife*, Q-TipWritten-By – Jack White , Kamaal Fareed, Malik Izaak Taylor*, Trevor Smith
3:43
B1 Dis Generation
Drum Programming – Q-TipEngineer [Assistant] – Laura Gonzalez, Robert Kirby Keyboards – Q-TipRecorded By [Additional Phife Vocals] – Michael StaritaVocals – Busta Rhymes, Jarobi, Phife*, Q-TipWritten-By – Headley Bennett*, Damo Suzuki, Fitzroy Simpson, Holgar Czukay*, Huford Brown, Irmin Schmidt, Jackie Mittoo, Jaki Liebezeit, Jarobi White, Kamaal Fareed, Leroy Sibblis*, Lloyd Ferguson, Malik Izaak Taylor*, Michael Karoli, Robert Lyn*, Trevor Smith
3:33
B2 Kids...
Bass – Q-TipDrums – Q-TipKeyboards – Casey Benjamin, Masayuki "BIGYUKI" Hirano*Vocals – André 3000*, Q-TipWritten-By – André Lauren Benjamin*, Kamaal Fareed
3:48
B3 Melatonin
Bass – Thaddaeus TribbettBass [Additional] – Louis CatoDrum Programming – Q-TipDrums – Q-TipDrums [Additional] – Mark ColenburgElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Casey BenjaminGuitar – Chris Sholar*Synthesizer – Masayuki "BIGYUKI" Hirano*Vocals – Abbey Smith, Marsha Ambrosius, Q-TipWritten-By – Kamaal Fareed, Louis Cato, Marsha Ambrosius, Hirano Masayuki*
4:44
B4 Enough!!
Bass – Q-TipKeyboards – Masayuki "BIGYUKI" Hirano*Scratches – George "DJ Scratch" Spivey*Vocals – Jarobi, Q-TipWritten-By – Kamaal Fareed
3:20
C1 Mobius
Acoustic Guitar – Chris Sholar*Bass – Q-TipGuitar – Blair WellsOrgan – Casey BenjaminPiano – Masayuki "BIGYUKI" Hirano*Vocals – Busta Rhymes, Consequence , Q-TipWritten-By – Derek Shulman, Dexter Mills*, Kamaal Fareed, Kerry Minnear, Philip Shulman, Raymond Shulman*, Trevor Smith
2:51
C2 Black Spasmodic
Bass – Q-TipVocals – Consequence , Phife*, Q-TipWritten-By – Kamaal Fareed, Malik Izaak Taylor*
3:03
C3 The Killing Season
Bass – Q-TipGuitar – Louis CatoKeyboards – Masayuki "BIGYUKI" Hirano*, Q-TipVocals – Consequence , Jarobi, Kanye West, Q-Tip, Talib KweliWritten-By – Dexter Mills*, Jarobi White, Kamaal Fareed, Talib Kweli Greene
2:43
C4 Lost Somebody
Bass – Q-TipGuitar – Chris Parks , Chris Sholar*Piano – Kris BowersVocals – Jarobi, Katia Cadet, Q-TipWritten-By – Damo Suzuki, Holgar Czukay*, Irmin Schmidt, Jaki Liebezeit, Jarobi White, Kamaal Fareed, Michael Karoli
4:18
D1 Movin Backwards
Bass – Q-TipDrums – Q-TipGuitar – Chris Sholar*Keyboards – Casey BenjaminVocals – Anderson .Paak, Jarobi, Q-TipWritten-By – Brandon Paak Anderson*, Kamaal Fareed
4:41
D2 Conrad Tokyo
Drum Programming – Q-TipVocals – Kendrick Lamar, Phife*Written-By – Kamaal Fareed, Kendrick Lamar Duckworth*, Malik Izaak Taylor*
3:31
D3 Ego
Bass – Louis Cato, Q-TipGuitar – Chris Sholar*, Jack White Piano – Casey BenjaminScratches – George "DJ Scratch" Spivey*Vocals – Q-TipWritten-By – Jack White , Kamaal Fareed
3:17
D4 The Donald
Bass – Q-TipGuitar – Jack White , Louis CatoKeyboards – Masayuki "BIGYUKI" Hirano*Scratches – George "DJ Scratch" Spivey*Vocals – Busta Rhymes, Katia Cadet, Phife*, Q-TipWritten-By – Kamaal Fareed
5:22

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – The AbLab
  • Mixed At – The AbLab
  • Recorded At – Fantasy Studios
  • Mastered At – The Mastering Palace
  • Copyright (c) – Epic Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Epic Records
  • Record Company – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Distributed By – Epic Records
  • Mastered At – Nashville Record Productions
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing
  • Published By – U Betta Like My Muzik
  • Published By – Songs Of SMP
  • Published By – Jazz Merchant Music
  • Published By – Universal Music - Z Tunes LLC
  • Published By – Alaric Publishing House
  • Published By – Essex Music International, Inc.
  • Published By – Songs By Cons Publishing
  • Published By – Winston Jones Publishing
  • Published By – T'Ziah's Music
  • Published By – Songs Of Kobalt Music Publishing
  • Published By – Peppermint Stripe Music
  • Published By – Kassner Associated Publishers Ltd.
  • Published By – Downtown Music Publishing
  • Published By – Music Sales Corp.
  • Published By – Spoon Music
  • Published By – BMG Monarch
  • Published By – Gnat Booty Music
  • Published By – BMG Chrysalis Music
  • Published By – Hirano Masayuki
  • Published By – Louis Cato
  • Published By – BMG Blue
  • Published By – BMG Rights Management (US) LLC
  • Published By – Pen Skills Music
  • Published By – Songs Of Windswept Pacific
  • Published By – Watch And Learn Publishing
  • Published By – Wb Music Corp.
  • Published By – Hard Working Black Folks Inc.
  • Published By – Top Dawg Music

Credits

  • A&R – Kim Lumpkin, Michael Ostin
  • A&R [Admin] – Bekah Connolly
  • Co-producer – Blair Wells
  • Cover – Richard Prince
  • Creative Director, Art Direction, Design – Anita Marisa Boriboon
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Gloria Kaba
  • Executive-Producer – ATCQ*
  • Legal [ATCQ Representation] – Carron J. Mitchell, Julian K. Petty
  • Management – Dion Liverpool, Kim Lumpkin, Michael Ostin, Monica J. Talavera
  • Management [ATCQ Business] – Kyle Tessiero
  • Management [Business Affairs] – Robert Faulstich, Shane St. Hill, Stephanie Yu
  • Mastered By – Tatsuya Sato
  • Mastered By [Vinyl] – Wes Garland
  • Mixed By – Blair Wells, Dave Kennedy* (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B2 to B4, C4), Q-Tip
  • Other [Project Consultation] – Tracey Waples
  • Producer – Q-Tip
  • Product Manager – Thom Skarzynski
  • Recorded By – Blair Wells, Q-Tip

Notes

B1: additional Phife vocals recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA

Per track publishing credits:

A1: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / Alaric Publishing House (ASCAP)

A2:Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP/PRS)

A3: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / Alaric Publishing House (ASCAP) / Songs by Cons Publishing (BMI) / Winston Jones Publishing

A4: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / Tziah Music/Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI) / Peppermint Stripe Music (BMI)

B1: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / Alaric Publishing House (ASCAP) / Tziah Music/Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI) / Edward Kassner Associated Publishers Ltd./Downtown Music Publishing (ASCAP) / Music Sales Corporation (ASCAP) / Spoon Music (GEMA)

B2: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / BMG Monarch (ASCAP)/Gnat Booty Music (ASCAP)

B3: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / BMG Chrysalis Music (BMI) / Hirano Masayuki (ASCAP) / Louis Cato (ASCAP)

B4: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP

C1: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Tziah Music/Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI) / Songs by Cons Publishing (BMI) / BMG Blue (PRS)/BMG Rights Management US LLC (BMI)

C2: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC

C3: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Alaric Publishing House (ASCAP) / Songs by Cons Publishing (BMI) / Pen Skills Music/Songs Of Windswept Pacific (BMI)

C4: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Alaric Publishing House (ASCAP) / Spoon Music (GEMA)

D1: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Watch and Learn Publishing (BMI)

D2: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Jazz Merchant Music (ASCAP)/Universal Music- ZTunes, LLC / WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)/Hard Working Black Folks Inc. (ASCAP) and Top Dawg Music (ASCAP) all rights o/b/o itself, Hard Working Black Folks Inc. and Top Dawg Music admin. by WB Music Corp.

D3: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP / Peppermint Stripe Music (BMI)

D4: Published by U Betta Like My Muzik (ASCAP)/Songs of SMP

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 89853 77871 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 88985377871-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 88985377871-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C label): 88985377871-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D label): 88985377871-D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1): 88985 377 871-A3 WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1): 88985 377 871-B II WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, variant 1): 88985 377 871-C WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, variant 1): 88985 377 871-D3 WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 2): 88985 377 871-A WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 2): 88985 377 871-B3 WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, variant 2): 88985 377 871-C II WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, variant 2): 88985 377 871-D IV WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Other (Sticker): 88985377871-S1
  • Other (Sleeve sides A/B): 88985377871-S1
  • Other (Sleeve sides C/D): 88985377871-S2
  • Other (Download card): 88985377871-I1
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: PRS
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
88985377872 A Tribe Called Quest We Got It From Here... Thank You 4 Your Service ‎(CD, Album) Epic 88985377872 US 2016
88985392962 A Tribe Called Quest We Got It From Here... Thank You 4 Your Service ‎(CD, Album, Cle) Epic 88985392962 US 2016
88985377872 A Tribe Called Quest We Got It From Here... Thank You 4 Your Service ‎(CD, Album) Epic, Sony Music 88985377872 Australia 2016
889853778744 A Tribe Called Quest We Got It From Here... Thank You 4 Your Service ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, Red) Epic 889853778744 US 2016
none A Tribe Called Quest We Got It From Here... Thank You 4 Your Service ‎(16xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Epic none US 2016


We Got It From Her. hank You 4 Your Service last album of a Tribe Called Quest Recorded before Phife Dawg's death It's their last gift to us.

After nearly two decades, A Tribe Called Quest returns to rap one last time without skipping a beat.

Thank You 4 Your Service is the sixth and final studio album by American hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest. It was released on November 11, 2016, by Epic Records. The album was recorded at the AbLab, the New Jersey home studio of group member Q-Tip. The recording featured guest appearances from André 3000, Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, Elton John, Kanye West, Anderson Paak, Talib Kweli, Consequence, and Busta Rhymes.

Thank You 4 Your service is the sixth and final studio album by American hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest. The album features contributions from the deceased member Phife Dawg, who died several months before the release. The album, released on November 11, 2016, via Epic Records, features guest appearances of André 3000, Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, Elton John, Anderson Paak, Talib Kweli from Black Star, including the group’s most frequent collaborators Consequence and Busta Rhymes. The title is an homage to Phife Dawg, who came up with the title before his death. Apparently the ball got rolling on recording the new album just after a late night performance in November 2015, the same night of the Paris attacks. Is there any symbolism of having 2 "sides" or discs? I wonder the same because the physical CD is only one disc.

Thank You 4 Your Service ‎(CD, Album). Also enjoy the guest rappers on this album. Makes it sound like a record of that time (2016) and let's you remember those hip-hop artists that were trending and relevant at that time (again 2016). Rest in peace Phife Dawg! You became the statue to let those know how talented you were!

Phife Dawg, from A Tribe Called Quest, passed away in March from complications arising from being a funky diabetic. It’s just one of the many ways in which Tribe continue to differ markedly from the more dominant, reductive hip-hop narratives. Or as Phife Dawg himself has it on Whateva Will Be, one of several powerful tracks on Tribe’s first album since 1998: So I’m supposed to be dead or doin’ life in prison/Just another dummy caught up in the system.

Each passing day brings A Tribe Called Quest's new and final album that much closer, and after sharing the guest features yesterday (Nov. 2), the artwork for We Got It From Here. Thank You 4 Your Service has dropped today and can be seen above. The cover art was created by photographer and painter Richard Prince and features the illustrated woman from the cover of Tribe's 1991 album Low End Theory as well as a separate naked woman who is taking a selfie. Thank You 4 Your Service drops on Nov. 11 and will be the group's first album in over 18 years

A Tribe Called Quest has one more album for the world, including new Phife Dawg bars and features from André 3000 and Kendrick Lamar. The LP is made up of 16 songs split into two discs. The features are not listed, but it has been reported that Kendrick Lamar, André 3000 and Stevie Wonder will appear on Tribe’s final album

Read: A Tribe Called Quest’s Top 10 Songs). By and large, We got it from Her. as the classic Tribe sound: a warm and crisp confluence of East Coast hip-hop, jazz, and more, all mixed and mastered impeccably. While some aspects of the sound are dated, others feel fresh. Tribe didn’t finish the album until after Phife passed, and certain moments wouldn’t be here if he were still alive. On Black Spasmodic, Tip fondly remembers his friend: Through mixing chords and boards and even drum machines/ He be saying, ‘Nigga, fuck awards, keep repping Queens. Singer Katia Cadet’s chorus on Lost Somebody is likely to induce tears from longtime Tribe fans: Have you ever lost somebody?/ Way before ya got to dream?/ No more crying, he’s in sunshine

Jake
If you guys want a more in-depth look at this pressing, I unbox it in the video linked below:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pr5kmnf3FZACheers
blac wolf
Not a problem - I've always wanted something like this when looking to purchase records so thought I might as well help others out!
Kerdana
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OCARO
Sounds okay... A tad quiet, bass can be muddy at times, and mine came with a pretty big scratch. It doesn't affect play, but still an issue. And no gatefold? For $30 CAD I expected a little more.
Goldendragon
I think this is a nice record, surprising actually. Sounds nice on my system. Agree with the packaging being sub-par.Most infuriating is the Murican only download card.I bought mine in Canada. Crazily, it has a big freakin sticker on it advertising "Download Card Included". Don't be fooled, unless yer Murican.....the card only works in Murica.Pfft.
Wel
surprised this wasn't a gatefold sleeve. pretty poor packaging and as per a lot of new vinyl, the records are stuffed into hard paper sleeves. no good for your records at all. would have been prepared to pay a little premium for a better quality all round product. shame.
VariesWent
Not a huge fan of the pressing or packaging. For the price (around $30CAN), I was surprised that there's very little effort put into this LP. The sound quality is acceptable. I was disappointed with how flat it sounded. However, I love the album so I'm fine with owning it. However, I hope they put more effort into the mastering and the packaging in the future.
Qane
Does this have the new/edited mix of "The Donald" with the scratches of the vocal sample saying "donald" removed, or the original version?
Jaiarton
I have only just realised this after 1.5 years of spinning! Glad Im not going mad
Zetadda
I was wondering that before I bought it as well; It is edited, unfortunately (the sample is removed). :(The record plays at a low volume and definitely needs to be turned up, but besides that I think it is a fantastic pressing! Very dynamic, quiet vinyl, and my copy was pressed perfectly on center.
Kefym
Where's the difference, between the US, and the Europe, version? Can't find one...
Gashakar
Yes. And the euro version has a "Sony Music" logo instead of the FBI Warning. Cheers Shudagun!
Braendo
The FBI Piracy Warning Logo on the Backside of the US Version is the Difference
White gold
How do you guys think this sounds? The vinyl version didn't sound that good to me, seems like it was recorded low and I had to turn the volume up more.
Kalrajas
I had exact same thought the first time I listened to this.
Dagdardana
I'm really impressed by the sound quality. The only difference I can hear is the bass is higher than on most hip hop vinyl (including all the previous US Tribe vinyl releases). I usually add bass but this does sound boomy unless bass is turned back down then it sounds really good to me, clear and balanced across the spectrum with a lot of detail.
Unde
It's acceptable. It doesn't sound bad, but when people say a record is "boomy," this is what they're talking about. Pretty flat, too. Hip-hop records aren't notoriously the best examples of sound quality anyway.But it's one of my favorite albums of 2016, so I'm willing to let it go.
Clonanau
I thought the same thing about the volume. Especially for sides A/B. Overall though, I think it sounds really good. Almost zero service noise on mine. Plays nice and flat.
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