PRESSED ON CARAMEL SWIRL COLORED VINYL WITH NUMBERED OBI, LIMITED TO 1997 COPIES
Twenty-Five years ago on Sept 30, 1997 Common released his third studio album, One Day It'll All Make Sense, with production handled mostly by fellow Chicago native and previous collbaorator No I.D. Out of print on vinyl for the past 15 years, Get On Down is proud to present this ressiue pressed on double caramel swirl colored vinyl with a commemorative 25 Year Anniversary Numbered OBI.
A3. Real N**ga Quotes
A4. Retrospect For Life feat Lauryn Hill
B1. Gettin' Down At The Amphitheater feat De La Soul
B2. Food For Funk
B3. G.O.D. (Gaining One's Definition) feat Cee-Lo
B4. My City
C2. All Night Long feat Erykah Badu
C3. Stolen Moments Pt. I
C4. Stolen Moments Pt. II feat Black Thought
D1. 1'2 Many...
D2. Stolen Moments Pt. III Intro/Outro feat Q-Tip
D3. Making A Name For Ourselves feat Canibus
D4. Reminding Me (Of Sef)
D5. Pop's Rap Part 2/ Fatherhood
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