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Producers: Dr. Dre, DJ Yella
Tags: West Coast Hip-Hop, Gangsta Rap, G-Funk [Add]
Main genre: Hip-Hop / R&B
Producers: Beastie Boys, Rick Rubin
Tags: Hip Hop, Punk [Add]
Contributed by Mario Toledo (6147 submissions)
I think this is why there was some debate about it before. Different releases / formats have it split differently. If I recall correctly the 'yeah' is not present on the single version either.
I checked my CD, when you just play track 7 (Fight For Your Right), the first thing you hear is the 'yeaah'.
I was of the same opinion initially but those tracks run into one another on the album. I had always understood that the the 'Yeah' belonged to the beginning of 'Fight for you Right' but if you check how the tracks have been split on official sources (on Spotify for example), it comes at the end of the previous track 'Girls'. There is a discussion thread on the forum about this somewhere I believe.
That's not from Girls, it's the first second of Fight For Your Right.
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