In Search Of

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Cat No: 7759367

LP 1
Side A
1. Lapdance
2. Things Are Getting Better
3. Brain
Side B
1. Provider
2. Truth Or Dare
3. Tape You
LP 2
Side C
1. Run To The Sun
2. Baby Doll
3. Am I High
SIde D
1. Rock Star
2. Bobby James
3. Stay Together
LP 3 (Euro Version)
Side E
1. Lapdance
2. Intro
3. Things Are Getting Better
4. Brain
Side F
1. Provider
2. Truth Or Dare
3. Run To The Sun
LP 4 (Euro Version)
Side G
1. Stay Together
2. Baby Doll
3. Tape You
Side H
1. Am I High
2. Rock Star – Poser
3. Bobby James

In Search of¦ is the debut studio album of the group N.E.R.D. The group originally released the album on 6th August, 2001 in Europe, where Kelis Wanderland”produced by The Neptunes, consisting of N.E.R.D members Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo”was better received. Similarly to Kelis early work, the original version of In Search of¦ juxtaposes hip hop and rock influences and styles. The album is named after the TV series In Search of¦, hosted by Leonard Nimoy.

On 12th March, 2002, In Search of¦ was re-released worldwide, with the largely electronic production backing of the album replaced by live backing provided by 1960s-style power pop band Spymob, giving the new version of the album a more rock-oriented sound. The skits and the intro from the original album were also dropped, significantly shortening the play length.

The 2001 version of In Search of¦, also known as the electronic version, features prominent digital-based production, including drum machines and synthesizers, as the backing tracks, with a sound more typical of Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugos production work as The Neptunes. The album features three skits book-ended to the tracks Things Are Getting Better, Stay Together and Tape You telling the loose story of N.E.R.D member Shae Haley.

Urban Legends will release In Search Of¦ in a 4LP configuration which features the US rock version in a 2LP gatefold jacket and the European electronic version in its own 2LP gatefold jacket for the first time on 25th October, 2019.




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