Soul Food

Label
ARISTA/LAFACE RECORDS
Release date
7 Nov 1995
Running length
23 tracks
Running time
74:00

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Goodie Mob - Free 1:23 19,517
2 Goodie Mob - Thought Process 5:09 27,033
3 Goodie Mob - Red Dog 0:23 398
4 Goodie MoB featuring Big Boi - Dirty South 3:34 1,802
4 Goodie Mob feat.Big Boi - Dirty South 3:34 96
4 Goodie Mob - Dirty South 3:32 23,430
5 Goodie Mob - Cell Therapy 5:01 51,857
6 Goodie Mob - Sesame Street 4:36 21,616
7 Goodie Mob - Guess Who 4:49 19,369
8 Goodie Mob - Serenity Prayer 0:09 350
9 Goodie Mob - Fighting 5:45 15,513
10 Goodie Mob - Blood 0:53 19,235
11 Goodie Mob - Live At The O.M.N.I 4:58 1,632
11 Goodie Mob - Live At The O.M.N.I. 4:58 10,228
12 Goodie Mob - Goodie Bag 4:28 19,231
13 Goodie Mob - Soul Food 3:56 17,091
14 Goodie Mob - Funeral 0:54 11,080
15 Goodie Mob - I Didn't Ask To Come 4:08 15,840
16 Goodie Mob - Rico 0:07 290
17 Goodie Mob - The Coming 5:47 9,446
18 Goodie Mob - Ceelo 0:28 33
18 Goodie Mob - Cee-lo 0:28 340
19 Goodie Mob - The Day After 5:00 10,237

About this album

Goodie Mob’s debut was the Gold-certified album Soul Food in (1995), which was produced by Organized Noize and critically acclaimed. It was on this album that the phrase Dirty South was actually coined, with a song of that same title.
This album touched on many social and political issues such as racism, discrimination, geo-politics, and gentrification. Although the album dealt with such heavy issues, some songs still carried a lighter tone, such as “Soul Food,” in which the crew expressed their love for home cooked meals. Along with Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, this album put Atlanta’s rap scene on the map.

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  • journik850

    I'm absolutely in love with this fucking album. Listened by chance and didn't expect that it would leave such an impact on me.

    15 Feb 11:23pm Reply
  • ManDirky

    This album is too damn good! Organized Noize - best production team from the south, ever. Real rap.

    7 Apr 2014 Reply
  • Isco91

    No album epitomizes the South better than this one.

    22 Jul 2013 Reply
  • jdotperiod

    Easily one of the best rap albums ever.

    10 Apr 2013 Reply
  • IAJP

    yeah this is a big big album, stands shoulder to shoulder with even the best outkast records.

    19 Apr 2012 Reply
  • ItsJDennYO

    love this album wit a passion....

    24 Aug 2011 Reply
  • iLoveDUB

    Why don't they make 'em like this no more!?!?! "This album touched on many social and political issues such as racism, discrimination, geo-politics, and gentrification." Today it's all about superficial bullshit!

    7 Apr 2011 Reply
  • earstoit

    best riddim is soul food

    4 Feb 2011 Reply
  • Fury112

    appropriately titled indeed.

    2 Jan 2011 Reply
  • earstoit

    soul food

    28 Jun 2010 Reply
  • dickinbutt

    classic classic classic classic

    5 Jun 2010 Reply
  • marcoprolos

    who's that peakin' out my window-pow-nobody now !

    21 May 2010 Reply
  • wuwindz

    I listen to this album and cant help but be thrown back into a different time. seems like the shit they have coming out these days lacks the ability for any one to relate to it on anything but a superficial level. funny how this generation starts sounding more like our grandparents by the day. you kids these days don't know shit.

    11 May 2010 Reply
  • CheezPizza

    the realest album ever. every song is earth shattering

    4 Mar 2010 Reply
  • NigelE8992

    id even put this above every outkast album. this shits AMAZING

    2 Jan 2010 Reply
  • Hopats

    top 10 even

    21 May 2007 Reply
  • tom_dissonance

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