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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 King
Co-producer – Slick Rick
3:42
2 I Shouldn't Have Done It 4:05
3 Bond 2:53
4 Moses
Co-producer – Slick Rick
4:04
5 Tonto
Co-producer – Slick Rick
3:17
6 Mistakes Of A Woman In Love With Other Men
Co-producer – Slick Rick
4:08
7 Venus 3:45
8 Ship
Co-producer – Slick Rick
3:05
9 It's A Boy 3:29
10 Top Cat
Co-producer – Slick Rick
3:23
11 Runaway
Co-producer – Vance WrightProducer – Slick Rick
3:49
12 Slick Rick - The Ruler
Producer – Mr. Lee
6:06

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Def Jam Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Def Jam Recordings
  • Manufactured By – Def Jam Recordings
  • Marketed By – Def Jam Recordings
  • Distributed By – PolyGram Group Distribution, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Acme Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Chung King Studios
  • Recorded At – Power Play Studios
  • Recorded At – Battery Studios, Chicago
  • Mixed At – Chung King Studios
  • Mixed At – Power Play Studios
  • Mixed At – Battery Studios, Chicago

Credits

  • Art Direction – The Drawing Board
  • Design – Cey Adams
  • Executive-Producer – Ricky Walters, Vance Wright
  • Executive-Producer [Co-] – Faith Newman, Francesca Spero, Russell Simmons
  • Photography By – Jules Allen
  • Producer – Vance Wright
  • Programmed By, Engineer – Rory Young
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Darroll Gustamachio, Everett Ramos, Tom Leinbach*

Notes

Made in USA by UML

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 314-523480-2 9
  • Matrix / Runout: 314 523 4802 39!
  • Other (Center ring Stamped): Made in USA by UML
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L005
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0319

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C 47372 Slick Rick The Ruler's Back ‎(LP, Album) Def Jam Recordings C 47372 US 1991
CT 47372 Slick Rick The Ruler's Back ‎(Cass, Album) Def Jam Recordings CT 47372 US 1991
P4 523480 Slick Rick The Ruler's Back ‎(Cass, Album, Club, RE) Def Jam Recordings P4 523480 US 1994
C-47372 Slick Rick The Ruler's Back ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Def Jam Recordings C-47372 US 2006
CT 48600 Slick Rick The Ruler's Back ‎(Cass, Album) Def Jam Recordings, Columbia CT 48600 Canada 1991


Slick Rick - The Ruler's Back FLAC album

Musician performer: Slick Rick

Title: The Ruler's Back

Country: US

Genre: Hip hop

Size FLAC: 1818 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 411

Other Formats: MP3 MP1 MMF FLAC MIDI TTA MP4

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Kalrajas
Honestly I don't know much about this album or Slick Rick himself but then who cares as this record features "Run Away", one of the most impossibly cool songs of modern times. It's quite simple : I don't understand a single line, which are barely rapped by a very loose Mr Rick anyway, but even so you get this fabulous feeling of unmatchable coolness reeking from every beat and rhyme of this mellow monument, like going through that moment of thrill and excitment of crossing the cool kids at school when you're a newbie and you feel you'll never ever be as slick, only it's twenty years later and you left school long ago... Let's not mention this totally hypnotic, smoky, casually dubbed-out and leftfield beats, hazy choirs and musical background...somewhere between a very blunted De La Soul and a dubbed-out deviant version of Bill Withers' "Lovely Day".The fact that this was never released as a single (therefore no extended, instrumental, or even dub version, and no worldwide hit for Mr Rick) is a crime. Slick Rick indeed!!
Kalrajas
Honestly I don't know much about this album or Slick Rick himself but then who cares as this record features "Run Away", one of the most impossibly cool songs of modern times. It's quite simple : I don't understand a single line, which are barely rapped by a very loose Mr Rick anyway, but even so you get this fabulous feeling of unmatchable coolness reeking from every beat and rhyme of this mellow monument, like going through that moment of thrill and excitment of crossing the cool kids at school when you're a newbie and you feel you'll never ever be as slick, only it's twenty years later and you left school long ago... Let's not mention this totally hypnotic, smoky, casually dubbed-out and leftfield beats, hazy choirs and musical background...somewhere between a very blunted De La Soul and a dubbed-out deviant version of Bill Withers' "Lovely Day".The fact that this was never released as a single (therefore no extended, instrumental, or even dub version, and no worldwide hit for Mr Rick) is a crime. Slick Rick indeed!!