Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits

by Fugees


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As wonderful and compelling as the Fugees were during their brief moment in the sun (circa 1996), it's difficult to make the case for a Fugees Greatest Hits. The trio only put out two records, the first a muddled attempt at weed-soaked hardcore, the second an excellent fusion of hip-hop and soul, so the obvious choice for record-buyers is that final full-length, The Score. This compilation includes seven tracks from The Score, prefacing it with two selections from the 1994 debut (Blunted on Reality) and tacking on Lauryn Hill's first solo recording, "The Sweetest Thing" -- originally on the Love Jones soundtrack and later included on her first album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/01/2003
Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC: 0886978869128
catalogNumber: 788691
Rank: 1505

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Fugees   Primary Artist
Diamond D   Rap,Guest Appearance
Young Zee   Guest Appearance
Lauryn Hill   Background Vocals
Rah Digga   Guest Appearance
Steady Rider   Vocals
Pace 1   Guest Appearance

Technical Credits

Bob Marley   Composer
Teena Marie   Composer
Thom Bell   Composer
Diamond D   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Charles Fox   Composer
Norman Gimbel   Composer
Salaam Remi   Composer,Producer
Warren Riker   Engineer
Allen McGrier   Composer
Gary Noble   Engineer
Young Zee   Composer
Wyclef Jean   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Lauryn Hill   Composer,Producer,Vocal Arrangements
Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis   Producer
Pras   Composer,Producer
John Forté   Producer,drum programming
Vincent Ford   Composer
Rah Digga   Composer
Shawn King   Producer
Tranzlator Crew   Producer
Pace 1   Composer
William Hart   Composer

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Greatest Hits 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had this cd in 1996 except it was called the Score. You've got to have more than a couple of albums to rate a greatest hits collection. What's next, a tribute cd featuring the Fugees? If my old Fugees cd wears out, maybe I would consider buying this one. This blatant attempt to trick me into buying "the Score" again insults my intelligence.