12-Chapter 13 (Rich Man vs. Poor Man) (featuring Ynot).mp3
07-Nuthin' to do .mp3
06-Another Wasted Nite With... (skit).mp3
05-In My Own World (Check The Method) (featuring NO I.D.).mp3
04-Book Of life .mp3
02-I Used To Love H.E.R.mp3
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Resurrection is the 2nd album by American rapper Common. Released in 1994, Resurrection received a great deal of critical acclaim, although since Common was not on a major label it didn't receive significant mainstream attention. In particular, the song "I Used to Love H.E.R", a clever explanation of the history of hip-hop, is considered one of the best hip-hop songs ever. Unlike his more recent albums (Like Water for Chocolate, Be) Resurrection is entirely produced by NO I.D. and Ynot. According to the back cover of the album, the album is divided between two sections, the "East Side of Stony" (tracks 1-7) and "West Side of Stony" (tracks 8-15). Stony Island is a street that runs through the South Side of Chicago, where Common was raised. The closing track, "Pop's Rap" was the first of a series of tracks featuring spoken word and poetry by Common's father, which Common has used to close several of his albums.
The album was originally released under Common's original stage name, "Common Sense." However, the "Sense" has since been dropped from the album's listings.
All tracks produced by NO I.D. except for "Chapter 13 (Rich Man Vs. Poor Man)", and "Sum Shit I Wrote", which are both produced by Ynot.
2.I Used To Love H.E.R (4:39)
4.Book Of life (5:06)
5.In My Own World (Check The Method) (featuring NO I.D.) (3:32)
6.Contains a sample of "Keep It Rollin" by A Tribe Called Quest.
7.Another Wasted Nite With... (skit) (1:02)
8.Nuthin' to do (5:20)
9.Contains a sample of "Protect Ya Neck" by the Wu-Tang Clan.
13.Contains a sample of "Power of Love" by Alton McClain and Destiny.
14.Orange Pineapple Juice (3:28)
15.Chapter 13 (Rich Man vs. Poor Man) (featuring Ynot) (5:23)
17.Sum Shit I wrote (4:31)
18.Pop's Rap (3:22)