Mp3 Big Chief - Platinum Jive (Greatest Hits 1969-1999)
Mixed By – Joe The ButcherVocals – Schoolly D.
|6||The Liquor Talkin'||3:13|
|7||Your Days Are Numbered||4:15|
Mixed By – Andy Kravitz
|14||Map Of Your Failure||3:15|
|15||All Downhill From Here||3:32|
|16||Sick To My Pants||1:19|
|7243 8 27302 2 4||Big Chief||Platinum Jive (Greatest Hits 1969-1999) (CD, Album)||Capitol Records||7243 8 27302 2 4||Europe||1994|
|C4 7243 8 27302 4 8||Big Chief||Platinum Jive (Greatest Hits 1969-1999) (Cass, Album)||Capitol Records||C4 7243 8 27302 4 8||Canada||1994|
|C4 7243 8 27302 4 8||Big Chief||Platinum Jive (Greatest Hits 1969-1999) (Cass, Album)||Capitol Records||C4 7243 8 27302 4 8||US||1994|
|none||Big Chief||Platinum Jive (Cass, Album, Promo)||EMI||none||1994|
|ESTPD 2239||Big Chief||Platinum Jive (Greatest Hits 1969-1999) (LP, Pic)||Capitol Records||ESTPD 2239||UK||1994|
- Artwork [Graphic Assistance] – John Hill
- Artwork [Illustrations] – Dancey
- Backing Vocals – Carol Brooks, Jeannie Brooks, Thornetta Davis
- Engineer – Mr. Al Sutton, Diane Zaiko, Dirk Grobelny
- Engineer [Assistant] – Dave Piechura
- Horns – Jay Davidson, Steve Jankowski
- Legal [Legalese] – Bill Berrol
- Management – 40 Saint Clair
- Management [Artistic Repercussions] – John Kirkpatrick
- Management [Clout And Finesse] – Ron Laffitte
- Management [Engagements] – Kevin "CAA" Gasser
- Other [Clandestine Contributions By] – Beth Enloe, Eric "Harmonica On Snappy Hat" Oblander, Mike Tyler And Cam
- Percussion, Loops – Andy Kravitz
- Performer [Big Chief Is], Bass, Synthesizer [Moog], Piano – Matt O'Brien
- Performer [Big Chief Is], Drums, Percussion – Mike Danner
- Performer [Big Chief Is], Guitar, Piano – Mark Dancey, Phil Durr
- Performer [Big Chief Is], Vocals – Barry Henssler
- Photography By [Picture Disc Photo] – Sue Lott
- Photography By [Band Photos] – Doug Coombe
- Photography By [Booklet Photos] – Andy Greenwell
- Producer [Additional Production], Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Andy Kravitz
- Recorded By, Producer, Mixed By – Big Chief, Phil "Phil" Nicolo
- Written-By – Big Chief
℗ © 1994 Capitol Records, Inc.
© Dancey 94
Vinyl made in the UK. Printed in U.S.A.
Recorded at White Room Studios, Detroit, MI. and at Studio 4, Philadelphia, PA.
All songs are copyright (c)1994 Suckerpunch Music/EMI April Music, Inc. (ASCAP) except
A6 (c)1994 Schooly-Dee Music, A To The K Publishing Inc. and Suckerpunch Music (BMI/ASCAP)
A4, B5 and B8 (c)1994 A To The K Publishing Inc. and Suckerpunch Music (BMI/ASCAP)
Album is presented as a mock 'Greatest Hits' collection with fake liner notes:
Track A1: 1. From the album "Bright Future Behind You"
Track A2: 2. From the album "Titty Twist Whitey"
Track A3: 3. From the album "Midwest Rules"
Track A4: 4. From the Mike Danner solo album, "White Like Mike"
Track A5: 5. From the album "We Gotta Impeach Nixon"
Track A6: 6. From the album "Groove Factory"
Track A7: 7. From the album "Fool's Gold"
Track B1: 8. From the album "Inhale To The Chief"
Track B2: 9. From the album "Boredom A.D."
Track B3: 10. From the album "How The West Was Lost"
Track B4: 11. From the Phil D. solo album "A Fly's Dick From Freedom"
Track B5: 12. From the album "Disco Pete's Clam"
Track B6: 13. From the album "Nine Parts Laziness, One Part Luck"
Track B7: 14. From the Matt O'Brien solo album "Clowns, Pimps, And Prawns"
Track B8: 15. From the Barry Henssler solo album "The Sexual Intellectual"
Track B9: 16. From the album "Power Hour"
- Barcode: 7 2438-27302-1 7
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): C1-7243-8-27302-1-7-A² L-43228
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): C1-7243-8-27302-1-7-B² L-43228-x
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Rights Society: BMI
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Suckerpunch Music
- Copyright (c) – EMI April Music Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Schooly-Dee Music
- Copyright (c) – A To The K Publishing Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Dancey
- Recorded At – White Room Studios
- Recorded At – Studio 4 Recording
- Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-43228
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