This is the original electronic version of this album. It was released throughout Europe, but when it was about to be released in the US, Willams and Hugo rerecorded the album with a live band. Produced for Star Trak Entertainment. Track 8 & 12 Mixed for No Question Entertainment. All instruments arranged and performed for The Neptunes. Executive Producers: The Neptunes for Star Trak Entertainment & Rob Walker for RockSoul Entertainment. Management: Rob Walker for RockSoul Entertainment.
This album consists of two versions is an electronic version recorded by The Neptunes. It was released throughout the world in 2002. Things Are Getting Better.
After producing a number of hip-hop, R&B and pop hits as The Neptunes, Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo come together with their friend Shay Haley to form the alternative rap/rock group . Initially, the album was released in Europe on August 6, 2001, and featured The Neptunes' signature electronic-based production
is the debut studio album by American funk rock band . The group originally released the album on August 6, 2001 in Europe, where Kelis' Wanderland-produced by The Neptunes, consisting of . D members Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo-was better received juxtaposes hip hop and rock influences and styles, hosted by Leonard Nimoy.
It's all of that; it's about being open joins Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo (the Neptunes) with hometown friend Shay. That hometown, incidentally, is the same Virginia area that brought up Timbaland, Missy Elliott, and Teddy Riley. The album has had a relatively tumultuous history- especially over the last few months- with a domestic release date pushed back by the Neptunes' decision to re-record the album with the help of some live instrumentation. Whether or not this was the incentive for the group to re-record is unclear.
This record has a somewhat dodgy release history. Most of them were less than positive (though in Europe the record was quite acclaimed), and at the end of 2001 . decided to re-record the whole album.
Now this story is probably true - as the first album by the band driven by the powerhouse production team the Neptunes (though these are not interchangeable terms, as they went to great lengths to make clear in the promo interviews), there was a lot riding on this record, so it had better be right - but it certainly helped them get valuable press, elevating