ABOVE THE RIM SOUNDTRACK

Released: March 22, 1994

Above the Rim – The Soundtrack is the official soundtrack to the 1994 film of the same name. The soundtrack, released by Death Row and Interscope Records on March 22, 1994, was executive produced by Suge Knight. Dr. Dre acted as supervising producer on the project. The album was able to garner critical praise and obtain commercial success, a feat not easily accomplished for soundtracks in general, and hip hop-based soundtracks in particular. The album shipped over two million copies and won the Soundtrack of the Year award at the 1995 Source Awards.


Above the Rim soundtrack was the third album under the label Death Row to reach number-one on the R&B Albums chart where it stayed for ten nonconsecutive weeks (Heavy D & the Boyz' Nuttin' But Love interrupted that streak for one week), while it went to second place on the Billboard 200 chart. Track 13 is a sensual remake of Rev. Al Green's classic "I'm Still In Love With You" by R&B recording artist Al B. Sure.


Singles

Part Time Lover
Released: March 22, 1994
Regulate
Released: April 28, 1994
Afro Puffs
Released: July 26, 1994

Tracklist
1. Anything - SMW
2. Old Time's Sake - Sweet Sable
3. Part Time Lover- H Town
4. Big Pimpin - Tha Dogg Pound
5. Didn't Mean to Turn You On 2nd II None
6. Doggie Style - D.J. Rogers
7. Regulate - Nate Dogg & Warren G
8. Pour Out A Little Liquor - 2Pac

9. Gonna Give It to Ya - Jewell ft Aaron Hall & Lady of Rage

10. Afro Puffs - The Lady of Rage

11. Jus So Ya No - CPO Boss Hogg

12. Hoochies Need Love Too - Paradise

13. I'm Still In Love With You - AL B Sure

14. Crack Em - O.F.T.B.

15.  U bring da Dog Out - Rhythm & Knowledge

16. Blowed Away - B-Rezell

17. It's Not Deep Enough - Jewell

18. Dogg Pound 4 Life - Tha Dogg Pound

Bonus
19. "Pain" (2Pac & Stretch)
20. "Mi Monie Rite!" (Lord G)
21. "Loyal to the Game" (2Pac, Treach & Riddler)