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D12 World
Studio album by D12
Released April 27, 2004
Recorded 2004
Genre Midwest hip hop, horrorcore
Length 77:49
Label Shady, Interscope
Producer Eminem (exec.)
Mr. Porter, Dr. Dre, Mike Elizondo, Kanye West, Hi-Tek, Red Spyda, Trackboyz, Witt & Rep, Luis Resto
Professional reviews
D12 chronology
Devil's Night
(2001)
D12 World
(2004)
Eminem Presents: The Re-Up
(2006)
Singles from D12 World
  1. "My Band"
    Released: April 6, 2004
  2. "How Come"
    Released: August 17, 2004
  3. "Git Up"
    Released: 2004
  4. "40 Oz."
    Released: 2004
  5. "U R the One "
    Released: 2004

D12 World is the second studio album by Detroit rap group D12, released on April 27, 2004. There is a limited bonus DVD containing the making of the album, and uncensored versions of the videos for My Band and 40 Oz. The album sold 604,000 copies in its first week in the U.S. Billboard 200. [1]

Contents

Chart

D12 World debuted at the top of the US, UK and Australian album charts and number 2 in Germany, selling over half a million records in its first week of release in the US alone. "My Band", the first single, also has been successful reaching number one in Australia and the US rhythmic top 40, top 5 in the UK and Germany and top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Positions

Year Chart Position
2004 Billboard 200 1
Australian ARIA Albums Chart
Swedish Album Chart 6

Track listing

# Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Git Up"   M. Mathers, L. Resto, Steve King, O. Moore, V. Carlisle Eminem, Luis Resto 4:03
2. "Loyalty" (feat. Obie Trice) M. Mathers, L. Resto, D. Porter, O. Trice, O. Moore, D. Holton, V. Carlisle, R. Johnson Eminem, Luis Resto 5:54
3. "Just Like U"   T. Cottrell, R. Johnson Hi-Tek, Eminem, Luis Resto 3:31
4. "I'll Be Damned"   D. Porter, O. Moore, R. Johnson, V. Carlisle Mr. Porter, Luis Resto 4:21
5. "Dude" (Skit)   Eminem 1:14
6. "My Band"   D. Porter, O. Moore, D. Holton, V. Carlisle, R. Johnson, M. Mathers, L. Resto, S. King Eminem, Luis Resto 4:58
7. "U R the One"   D. Porter, M. Richardson, M. Elizondo, O. Moore, R. Johnson, D. Holton, V. Carlisle Mr. Porter 4:19
8. "6 in the Morning"   M. Mathers, L. Resto, D. Porter, O. Moore, V. Carlisle Eminem, Luis Resto 4:38
9. "How Come"   M. Mathers, D. Porter, D. Holton, D. Moore, B. Johnson Witt & Pep 4:09
10. "Leave Dat Boy Alone"   M. Mathers, L. Resto, A. Thelusma, O. Moore, D. Porter, V. Carlisle Red Spyda, Eminem, Luis Resto 5:23
11. "Get My Gun"   M. Mathers, L. Resto, S. King, O. Moore, V. Carlisle, D. Holton, D. Porter, R. Johnson Eminem, Luis Resto 4:34
12. "Bizarre" (Skit)   Eminem 1:21
13. "Bitch" (feat. Dina Rae) M. Mathers, L. Resto, D. Porter, O. Moore, D. Holton, V. Carlisle, R. Johnson Eminem, Luis Resto 4:56
14. "Steve's Coffee House" (Skit)   Eminem 0:51
15. "D12 World"   K. West, D. Porter, R. Johnson, O. Moore, V. Carlisle, D. Holton Kanye West 3:10
16. "40 Oz."   M. Williams, J. Kent, M. Mathers, R. Johnson, V. Carlisle, D. Holton Trackboyz 4:02
17. "Commercial Break"     Mr. Porter 1:12
18. "American Psycho II" (feat. B-Real) A. Young, M. Elizondo, L. Freese, O. Moore, V. Carlisle, R. Johnson, M. Mathers Dr. Dre, Mike Elizondo 3:44
19. "Bugz '97" (Skit)   Eminem 1:05
20. "Good Die Young"   D. Porter, S. Rivers, R. Johnson, V. Carlisle, D. Holton, O. Moore, J. Rotem, P. Williams Mr. Porter 5:56
21. "Keep Talkin" (Bonus Track) M. Mathers, O. Moore, T. Martinez, G. Hughes, V. Carlisle, R. Johnson, D. Holton, M. Moore Night & Day 4:28

Notes

  • The skit titled "Bugz" is from the song "Desperados" by Eminem Featuring Proof, Bugz & The Almighty Dreadknaughts.

Personnel

  • B Real – Guest Appearance
  • Steve Baughman – Mixing
  • Rondell Beene – Skit
  • Bizarre – Skit
  • Joe Borges – Assistant
  • Bugz – Skit
  • Tony Campana – Engineer
  • Richard Castro – Skit
  • Larry Chatman – Project Coordinator
  • Mike "Dat Nigga Chav" Chavarria – Engineer
  • D12 – Group
  • Dr. Dre – Producer, Mixing
  • Mike Elizondo – Keyboards
  • Eminem – Producer, Executive Producer, Mixing, Skit
  • Ess Man – Producer
  • 50 Cent – Skit
  • Brian "Big Bass" Gardener – Mastering
  • Marcus Heisser – A&R
  • Richard Hunt – Engineer
  • Steven King – Bass, Guitar, Engineer, Mixing, Skit
  • Kuniva – Skit
  • Marc Labelle – A&R
  • Tracy McNew – A&R
  • Riggs Morales – A&R
  • Night and Day – Producer
  • Red Spyda – Keyboards, Producer
  • Luis Resto – Keyboards, Producer
  • Michael Strange – Engineer
  • Obie Trice – Guest Appearance
  • Sacha Waldman – Photography
  • Young Zee – Skit

External links

Preceded by
Confessions by Usher
Billboard 200 number-one album
May 9, 2004 – May 15, 2004
Succeeded by
Confessions by Usher
Preceded by
Greatest Hits by Guns N' Roses
UK number one album
May 8, 2004 – May 14, 2004
Succeeded by
Greatest Hits by Guns N' Roses
Preceded by
Anastacia by Anastacia
Australian ARIA Albums Chart number-one album
May 3, 2004 – May 9, 2004
Succeeded by
Michael Bublé by Michael Bublé







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