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Jungle Brothers "Because I Got It Like That" (album version) (4.38) (youtube.com)
Jungle Brothers ‎– "Because I Got It Like That"
Label:
Idlers ‎– WAR 016
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single
Country:
US
Released:
1988
Genre:
Hip Hop
Style:

Tracklist
A1 Because I Got It Like That 4:35
A2 Because I Got It Like That (Instrumental) 4:25
B1 Because I Got It Like That (Dub It Like That) 4:25
B2 Because I Got It Like That (Jungle Pella) 1:05
Credits
Executive Producer – Thomas Ashley, Tony D.
Mastered By – Dick Charles
Mixed By – Red Alert
Producer, Written-By – M. Small*, P. Hall*
Notes
Recorded & mixed at T.T.O. Studio, Coney Island, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Produced for Red Alert Productions.
Published by Tonk Music (BMI) / Prodisc Music (BMI).
Manufactured & distributed by Warlock Records, Inc.
Special Comments: This is a Bam Bam Beat
Special Ear Advisor: Jimmy (Who's Jimmy?)


"Straight out the Jungle"

Studio album by Jungle Brothers
Released November 8, 1988[1]
Recorded 1987–1988
Genre Golden age hip hop, jazz rap, hip house
Label Idlers/Warlock Records
WAR-2704
Producer Jungle Brothers
Todd Terry
Jungle Brothers chronology
Straight out the Jungle
(1988) Done by the Forces of Nature
(1989)
"Straight out the Jungle" is the début album from hip hop group Jungle Brothers. The album marked the beginning of the Native Tongues collective, which later featured popular artists such as De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest and Black Sheep.

The single "I'll House You", added to the album in late-1988 reissues,[2] is known as the first non-Chicago hip-house record to be a sufficiently big club hit, to drastically change how the hip-hop and dance-music industries work.[citation needed] "The Promo" was added when the album was released on compact disc, in 1990.

Reception[edit]
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 5/5 stars[3]
Robert Christgau A−[4]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[5]
The Source 5/5 stars[6]
Spin (9/10)[7]
Trouser Press (mixed)[8]
Yahoo! Music (favorable)[9]
In 1998, the album was selected as one of The Source's 100 Best Rap Albums Ever.[10]

The album received a perfect 5-of-five rating from Allmusic and The Source Magazine.

Track listing[edit]
# Title Producer(s) Performer (s)
1 "Straight out the Jungle" Jungle Brothers Afrika Baby Bam, Mike Gee
2 "What's Going On" Jungle Brothers Afrika Baby Bam, Mike Gee
3 "Black is Black" Jungle Brothers Afrika Baby Bam, Mike Gee, Q-Tip
4 "Jimbrowski" Jungle Brothers Afrika Baby Bam, Mike Gee
5 "I'm Gonna Do You" Jungle Brothers Afrika Baby Bam, Mike Gee
6 "I'll House You" Todd Terry Afrika Baby Bam, Mike Gee
7 "On the Run" Jungle Brothers Afrika Baby Bam, Mike Gee
8 "Behind the Bush" Jungle Brothers Afrika Baby Bam, Mike Gee
9 "Because I Got it Like That" Jungle Brothers Afrika Baby Bam, Mike Gee
10 "Braggin' & Boastin'" Jungle Brothers Afrika Baby Bam, Mike Gee
11 "Sounds of the Safari" Jungle Brothers *Instrumental*
12 "Jimmy's Bonus Beat" Jungle Brothers *Instrumental*
13 "The Promo" Jungle Brothers Afrika Baby Bam, Mike Gee, Q-Tip
Personnel[edit]
Dick Charles – Mastering
Tony D. – Arranger
Andre Debourg – Engineer
Andrew "The Record Lord" DeBourg – Engineer
DJ Red Alert – Engineer, Mixing
The Grand Wizard Oswald – Arranger
Pam Hall – Composer
Jungle Brothers – Arranger, Composer, Producer
Ken Kaufman – Photography, Cover Design
Michael Smalls – Composer[citation needed]
Sweet Daddy – Scratching[11]
Samples[edit]
"Straight out the Jungle" contains samples from "Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose" by James Brown, "Weya" by Manu Dibango, "Mango Meat" by Mandrill, "(Somebody Got) Soul, Soul, Soul" by The Wild Magnolias, "Kissin' My Love" by Bill Withers, and "The Message" by Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five.
"What's Going On" contains samples from "What's Goin On?" by Marvin Gaye, "What Would the World Be Like Without Music" by Kool & The Gang, "Let the Music Take Your Mind" by Kool & The Gang, and "N.T." by Kool & The Gang.
"Black Is Black" contains samples from "Sport" by Jalal Mansur Nuriddin, "9 Till 5" by The Meters, "Controversy" by Prince, and "The Bottle" by Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson.
"Jimbrowski" contains samples from "Funkin 4 Jamaica" by Tom Browne, "Good Old Music" by Funkadelic, and "The Black Prince Has Arrived" by Jimmie Walker.
"I'm Gonna Do You" contains samples from "Rigor Mortis" and "Groovy Lady" by The Meters.
"I’ll House You” contains a samples from "Can You Party" by Royal House, “It’s Yours” by T La Rock, “Move Your Body (the House-Music Anthem)” by Marshall Jefferson, and "Optimo" by Liquid Liquid.
"On the Run" contains samples from "It's Just Begun" by Jimmy Castor Bunch, "The Mexican" by Babe Ruth, and "Give It to You" by UPP.
"Behind the Bush" contains samples from "Joy" by Isaac Hayes, "Get On Up and Dance" by Eddie Harris, and "Mercy, Mercy Me" by Grover Washington Jr.
"Because I Got It Like That" contains samples from "You Can Make It If You Try" by Sly & The Family Stone (album version only) and "Don't Bring Me Down" by Electric Light Orchestra (remix version only).
"Braggin' & Boastin'" contains samples from "Impeach the President" by The Honey Drippers and "God Made Me Funky" by The Headhunters.
"Sounds of the Safari" contains samples from "King Kong" by Jimmy Castor Bunch and "The Jam" by Graham Central Station.
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