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Album Notes and Credits
Notes & Personnel Info
|Personnel: The Wyshmaster (various instruments, programming); Free Agentz (various instruments); Elvis Williams, Brian Kennedy, The Ambassadors, Brian Kennedy (keyboards); Alicia Parker (percussion).|
|Audio Mixers: Demacio "Demo" Castellon; Mr. Leslie Braithwaite; Ken "Supa Engineer" Duro; Jermaine Dupri; Phil Tan; Serban Ghenea; Leslie Brathwaite; Carl Nappa.|
|Recording information: BattCave, Hollywood, CA; Brandon's Way, LA; Chalice Studios, Hollywood, CA; Derrty Studios, St. Louis, MO; Hitland Studios, Alpharetta, GA; Legacy Recording, New York, NY; SouthSide Studios, Atlanta, GA; The Record Plant, LA; Track Record Studios, LA; Zac Recording, Atlanta, GA.|
|Photographers: Marc Baptiste; Jonathan Mannion.|
Producer: Giorgio Tuinfort; G Koop; Boom-Batt; Theron Feemster "Neff U"; Jermaine Dupri; James "Polow Da Don" Jones; Sean Garrett; Boom-Batt; Theron Feemster "Neff U"; Jermaine Dupri; James "Polow Da Don" Jones; Akon; LROC; The Neptunes; The Wyshmaster; Sean Garret
Engineer: G Koop; Boom-Batt; Kelly Sheehan; Jason Schuester; Anthony Terrebonne; David Smith; Mark "Exit" Goodchild; Fred Guarino; John Horesco IV; Jason Schweitzer; Carl Nappa
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Associated Artists and Works
|Release Date : 09/16/2008|
|Original Release Date : 2008|
|Catalog ID : 10150|
|Label : Universal Distribution|
|Number of Discs : 1|
|Studio/Live : Studio|
|Mono/Stereo : Stereo|
|SPAR Code : n/a|
|UPC : 00602517492554|
- "[Nelly's] charged up on the Fergie-assisted first single, 'Party People,' and expertly rides a haunting piano melody with his fellow St. Lunatics on 'Chill.'"
Customer Reviews of Brass Knuckles(Explicit Version)
This album is tight. Despite what others and critics think, I like it. This album is already a hit in my book. I was anticipating on this release so long. It was supposed to be released last year along with Wadsyaname, which was a good song. Other that that, Nelly is going to have another successful album in his hands. This album is filled with brass-tacks vocal tracks, dance floor anthems, and suggestive, seductive slow jam. Nelly shows his versatility spitting rhymes with deep, percussive flow and switch to singing over soulful hooks. Get this album!