Closed Caption – The Harvest


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1 Bad Newz 03:47
2 I Know The Game 05:35
Featuring – EROS
3 Young Mixdown 02:36
4 No Days For Broke Days (Remix) 03:02
5 Night Life 01:02
6 The Hot Box 00:27
7 The Harvest 03:49
8 Twomp Sacks 01:21
9 Talking Murder 03:40
10 Dishing Out Bluez 03:41
11 Shut Up, Listen & Learn My Son 04:37
12 Hemroidal Style 00:57
13 Fiendish 04:46
14 No Days For Broke Days 02:48


“The Harvest” is the debut studio album by Oakland, California rap group Closed Caption, released in 1995 by Ice Chamber Records. The album showcases the group’s G-Funk and hip-hop style, with an authentic Oakland sound that distinguishes them from their contemporaries.

The 14-track album opens with “Bad Newz,” setting the stage for an engaging listening experience. Featuring EROS on “I Know The Game,” the album includes a mix of tracks that highlight the group’s lyricism, creativity, and unique style. Notable songs include “Young Mixdown,” “No Days For Broke Days (Remix),” “The Harvest,” “Talking Murder,” “Dishing Out Bluez,” and “Fiendish.”

The album was produced, recorded, and mixed at The Ice Chamber by DJ Stevie K., who also provided scratches and served as an executive producer. Stevie K. contributed music to tracks 1 to 7 and 9 to 14, while Bad Newz Brown, J. Rich, and Yvette Pylant contributed lyrics. The album was published by Stevie K. Music Publishing and pressed by Rainbo Records.

A&R for “The Harvest” was handled by Danner D. The Critic and Ray Jackson, with management by Pacific Music Works. The album’s design and graphics were created by Phunky Phat Graph-X, while photography was provided by Michael Tewolde.

Though it may not have achieved widespread mainstream success, “The Harvest” remains a captivating listen for fans of 90s G-Funk and hip-hop. It showcases Closed Caption’s distinct sound and style, making it a valuable addition to any hip-hop enthusiast’s collection.



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