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Label: Priority Records - 72435-40932-2-7,Ruthless Records - 72435-40932-2-7 • Format: CD Compilation, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Australia • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Gangsta
Fuck Tha Police (Insert) - N.W.A* - Greatest Hits (CD)

Even though they released only two albums and one EP, N.W.A. changed the gangsta-rap game forever, and N.W.A.: Greatest Hits is a one-stop collection of the L.A. group’s most electrifying songs. Tracks like “Gangsta Gangsta” crackle with Dr. Dre’s hyperactive wall of samples and DJ scratches, and a live recording of “Compton’s N the House” captures N.W.A.’s rowdy, defiant.

“Fuck tha Police” takes the form of a trial against the LAPD, with Dr. Dre, MC Ren, and Ice Cube as judge, court officer, and witness. Dr. Dre explained the song was created after the members of N.W.A were forced by police to lay face down in the street with guns to their heads.

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Greatest Hits" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels. Advanced Search. Menu. Explore N.W.A* – Greatest Hits. Label:Priority Records – P2 , Ruthless Records – P2 Fuck Tha Police (Insert) 5: Fuck Tha Police.

“Fuck Tha Police” appears as the second song on the album, the narrative highlights the ongoing tensions between African American urban youth and law enforcement. The song stands out amongst the rest because of its controversial message.

Fuck tha Police Lyrics: Right about now, N.W.A court is in full effect / Judge Dre presiding / In the case of N.W.A versus the Police Department / Prosecuting attorneys are MC Ren, Ice Cube / And.

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  1. "Fuck tha Police" is a protest song by American hip hop group N.W.A that appears on the album Straight Outta Compton as well as on the N.W.A's Greatest Hits compilation. The lyrics protest police brutality and racial profiling and the song was ranked number on Rolling Stone ' s list of the Greatest Songs of All Time.

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