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Play It Again, Shan
Play It Again, Shan
Studio album by MC Shan

Released

11 April 1990

Recorded

1988-1990

Genre

Hip hop

Label

Cold Chillin'/Warner Bros.

Producer

John Ficarrotta, MC Shan

MC Shan chronology

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Born to Be Wild (1988)

Play It Again, Shan is the third album by American rapper MC Shan, released in 1990 on Cold Chillin' Records. It is Shan's first album to not be produced by Marley Marl, and is instead produced by himself and John Ficarrotta. The album was released with two different tracklistings: the CD version features fifteen songs, while the vinyl version features eleven.

Track listingEdit

All songs performed by MC Shan, and produced by MC Shan and John Ficarrotta.

CD versionEdit

No. Title Time
1. "Ain't It Good to You" 3:57
2. "I Ran the Game" 5:29
3. "Ain't We Funkin'" 3:53
4. "It Ain't a Hip Hop Record" 3:58
5. "Death Was Quite a Surprise" 4:25
6. "Walking on Sunshine" 3:43
7. "Rock Stuff" 4:23
8. "Clap Your Hands" 3:59
9. "Music You Can Dance To" 4:07
10. "Time for Us to Defend Ourselves" 4:17
11. "It Don't Mean a Thing" 4:15
12. "I Want to Thank You" 4:30
13. "Got to Be Funky" 3:55
14. "Mic Line" 4:35
15. "How I Feel About You" 4:35

Vinyl versionEdit

No. Title Time
1. "I Ran the Game" 5:29
2. "Ain't We Funking" 3:53
3. "It Ain't a Hip Hop Record" 3:58
4. "Death Was Quite a Surprise" 4:25
5. "Walking on Sunshine" 3:43
6. "Music You Can Dance To" 4:07
7. "Time for Us to Defend Ourselves" 4:17
8. "It Don't Mean a Thing" 4:15
9. "I Want to Thank You" 4:30
10. "Got to Be Funky" 3:55
11. "Ain't It Good to You" 3:57

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