Friday, 4 December 2009

Shock Value 2 credits!!

Yep, Shock Value 2 is already released out here in Germany and I'm holding it in my hands!!
Here you've got the production and writing credits off the SV2 booklet:
  1. 'Intro' by DJ Felli Fel
    prod. by Timbaland

  2. 'Carry Out' with Justin Timberlake
    prod. by Timbaland & Jroc
    written by Justin Timberlake, Attitude & Jim Beanz
    Vocal production and additional vocals by Jim Beanz
    additional guitars by Mike Hartnett

  3. 'Lose Control' with JoJo
    prod. by Timbaland & Co-prod. by Jroc
    written by Nikesha Briscoe

  4. 'Meet In Tha Middle' with Bran' Nu
    prod. by Polow Da Don & Co-prod. by Timbaland
    written by Attitude, Brandy & D.O.E.
    additional vocals by Jim Beanz & Brandy
    Keyboards by Paul "Hot Sauce" Dawson

  5. 'Say Something' with Drake
    prod. by Timbaland & Co-prod. by Jroc
    written by Drake, Attitude & D.O.E.

  6. 'Tomorrow In A Bottle' with Chad Kroeger & Sebastian
    prod. by Timbaland & Co-prod. by Jroc
    additional production by Wizz Dumb
    written by Sebastian, Jim Beanz & Attitude
    vocal production & additional vocals by Jim Beanz

  7. 'We Belong To The Music' with Miley Cyrus
    prod. by Timbaland & Co-prod. by Jroc
    written by Jim Beanz, Walter Milsap & Candice Nelson
    Vocal production by Jim Beanz
    additional vocals by Jim Beanz & Candice Nelson
    guitars by Kaki King

  8. 'Morning After Dark' with Nelly Furtado & SoShy
    prod. by Timbaland & Jroc
    written by SoShy, Michelle Bell, Keri Hilson, Jim Beanz & D.O.E.
    vocal production & additional vocals by Jim Beanz

  9. 'If We Meet Again' with Katy Perry
    prod. by Jim Beanz & Timbaland
    written by Jim Beanz
    Background vocals by Amar
    vocal production & additional vocals by Jim Beanz

  10. 'Can You Feel It' featuring Esthero & Sebastian
    prod. by Timbaland & Jroc
    written by Attitude, Jim Beanz & Sebastian
    vocal production & additional vocals by Jim Beanz

  11. 'Ease Off The Liquor'
    prod. by Timbaland & Jroc
    written by Jim Beanz, D.O.E. & Attitude
    vocal production & additional vocals by Jim Beanz
    additional vocals by SoShy and Melody Thornton
    additional percussion by Daniel Stone
    additional guitars by Mike Hartnett

  12. 'Undertow' with The Fray & Esthero
    prod. by The Fray & Timbaland
    additional production by Jroc
    written by The Fray and Jim Beanz
    vocal production & additional vocals by Jim Beanz

  13. 'Timothy Where You Been' with Jet
    prod. by Timbaland & Jroc
    written by Jim Beanz, Attitude & Chris Cester
    vocal production & additional vocals by Jim Beanz
    additional bass by Jim Beanz
    Background vocals by JoJo

  14. 'Long Way Down' with Daughtry
    prod. by Timbaland & Jroc
    written by Jim Beanz & Daughtry
    vocal production & additional vocals by Jim Beanz

  15. 'Marchin On' with OneRepublic (Timbo Version)
    prod. by Ryan Tedder & Timbaland
    written by Ryan Tedder & Jim Beanz

  16. 'The One I Love' with Keri Hilson & D.O.E.
    prod. by Timbaland & Jroc
    written by D.O.E., Nikesha Briscoe, Dennis Matkosky & Michael Sembello

  17. 'Symphony' with Attitude, Bran' Nu & D.O.E.
    prod. by Timbaland & Co-prod. by Jroc
    additional production by J.Mizzle
    written by Attitude, Brandy, D.O.E. & Jim Beanz
    vocal production & additional vocals by Jim Beanz

Recorded and/or mixed by Demo: track 1, 2, 8, 10, 11, 14, 16
Recorded and/or mixed by Chris Godbey: everything, except track 1 & 15.

19 Comment(s):

Dots said...

can i ask what the difference between "prod. by Timbaland & Jroc"
and
"prod. by Timbaland & Co-prod. by Jroc"
is???

Black Arrow said...

to be honest...I dunno.
Wrote it off the Booklet. On some tracks is written "Co-prod" and on some not lol

Lez Carmen said...

The track was done. After which someone else might do something extra, keys icing etc. Beef it up.

tony said...

Did they have the deluxe 2 CD version? What's the difference?

Lez Carmen said...

P.S The other is, both individuals would have significant parts creatively, that was contributed to creating the track.

Black Arrow said...

@Lez Carmen: thanks for clearing that up.

@tony: nah, the deluxe will be released here on the 8th too.

Haze said...

i thought The Fray had a big influence on Undertow...

Anonymous said...

wow!! wizz did additional production on tomorrow in the bottle!

Black Arrow said...

and u guys know what's really weird?
That mysterious rapper on "Lose Control". He isn't credited...nowhere.

Don £ Blaze said...

I was told Polow did Meet me in the middle by himself...I guess Tim added an extra hihat or something lol. Thats a hit record right there!

J.Mizzle is one to look out for though!

Lez Carmen said...

@Don £ Blaze - Its funny but, even that would get you a production credit. LOL

Don £ Blaze said...

Yeah I guess thats the norm in the business :)

Random J said...

I got blasted at when I said I didn't think Tim did "Morning after dark" by himself. That person owes me a damn apology! *LOL* ;P

It's nice to see up and comer
Nikesha Briscoe of The Outsyders racking up some writing credits. I was wondering if she'd get some serious gigs after penning Britney's "Womanizer". Good to see she's on the grind.

Anonymous said...

i still think the anonymous rapper on Lose Control is either Too $hort or Andre 3000 or Big Boi lol

Frederick said...

I don't believe I'll be apologizing for that, J. I re-read my comment, sounded like I was on the fence about my opinion. I left plenty of room for interpretation.

Hard to imagine you still remember that.

Venture said...

Yall wonder why most of you was saying the intro was the best beat on the album? Look at the credits. lol

Anonymous said...

hahahaha nice point venture lol

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Travis said...

this is kparn check out my remake of carry out feat. justin timberlake www.myspace.com/kparn http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDfmXnEHRDk