- Style:Gangsta, Conscious
- Release date:1988
- Size FLAC version1032 mb
- Size MP3 version2616 mb
- Record from:Vinyl, LP, Album
Performer [Syndicate Connection] – Amazing Many Styles Kid Jazz
Performer [Syndicate Connection] – Microphone King Donald D, DJ Hen G
|7||I'm Your Pusher|
Performer [Syndicate Connection] – Pimpin' Rex
|13||Soul On Ice||4:42|
|1-25765, 9 25765-1||Ice-T||Power (LP, Album)||Sire, Sire||1-25765, 9 25765-1||US||1988|
|9 25765-2||Ice-T||Power (CDr, Album, RE)||Sire||9 25765-2||US||Unknown|
|925765-1||Ice-T||Power (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||925765-1||Australia||1988|
|925765-1, 925 765-1||Ice-T||Power (LP, Album, Emb)||Sire, Sire||925765-1, 925 765-1||Europe||1988|
|670.4243||Ice-T||Power (LP, Album)||Sire||670.4243||Brazil||1988|
- Arranged By – Ice-T
- Booking – Cara Lewis
- Design [Hyped-Up Design] – Kav Deluxe
- Engineer [Mix] – Mark (Full Moon) Wolfson
- Executive-Producer – Ice-T
- Lacquer Cut By – JW
- Legal [Syndicate Mouth Piece] – Eric Greenspan
- Management – Jorge Hinojosa, Rhyme Syndicate Management
- Photography By – Glen E. Friedman
- Producer – Afrika Islam, Ice-T
- Programmed By – Afrika Islam
- Scratches [Cut The #@$#%&°%&$!° By] – DJ Evil "E" °The Great°
- Tour Manager [Road Management] – Charlie Jam
- Written-By – Afrika Islam, Curtis Mayfield (tracks: B1), Ice-T
Printed on back cover:
Produced [...] for Rhyme Syndicate Productions
Executive Producer [...] for Rhyme Syndicate Productions
Recorded at Syndicate Studios West
Mixed at Entourage Studios, L.A.
Distributed by/Distribué par-WEA Music of Canada Ltd./WEA Musique du Canada Ltée./1810 Birchmount Rd., Scarborough, Ont. A Warner Communications company [Warner 'W' logo] ©1988 Sire Records Company for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S. ℗1988 Sire Records Company for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S.
Printed on spine:
[Ever Reddy 'ER' logo] Printed in Canada
Sire Records Company
Printed on labels:
℗1988 Sire Records Company for the U.S.
Sire Records, Inc. Distributed by / Distribué par WEA Music of Canada Ltd./WEA Musique du Canada Ltée.1810 Birchmount Rd., Scarborough, Ontario A Warner Communications company [Warner 'W' logo]
Publishing on labels:
[A1 to A6, B2 to B7] Colgems-EMI Music Inc./Rhyme Syndicate Music ASCAP
[B1] Colgems-EMI Music Inc./Rhyme Syndicate Music ASCAP/Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. BMI
Track B1 contains an interpolation of "Pusherman" by Curtis Mayfield.
- Barcode: 075992576512
- Rights Society (A1 to B7): ASCAP
- Rights Society (B1): BMI
- Pressing Plant ID (Side A & B labels): CR
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched, CR stamped in circle): 92-57651-A JW CR
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched, CR stamped in circle): 92-57651-B CR
- Record Company – Sire Records, Inc.
- Record Company – Warner Communications
- Produced For – Rhyme Syndicate Productions
- Distributed By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
- Distributed By – WEA Musique Du Canada Ltée.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sire Records Company
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Sire Records Company
- Copyright (c) – WEA International Inc.
- Published By – Colgems-EMI Music Inc.
- Published By – Rhyme Syndicate Music
- Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
- Recorded At – Syndicate Studios West
- Mixed At – Entourage Studios
- Printed By – Ever Reddy
- Pressed By – Cinram
Power is the second studio album by American rapper Ice-T, released on September 13, 1988 by Sire Records. Recorded at Syndicate Studios West in Los Angeles, the home studio of DJ Evil E, it was produced by Ice-T and Afrika Islam. The Los Angeles Daily News noted that its lyrical themes ranged from sex to gun violence, and that Ice-T implicates everyone from radio programmers to the police as accomplices in the decline of western civilisation. The album contains lyrics which began a feud between Ice. But with the outstanding Power, the gloves came all the way off, and Ice didn't hesitate to speak his mind about the harsh realities of inner-city life. On Drama, Soul on Ice an homage to his idol Iceberg Slim, High Rollers, and other gangsta rap gems, Ice embraces a first-person format and raps with brutal honesty about the lives of gang members, players, and hustlers. Power is the second album by American rapper Ice-T, released in 1988 on Sire Records. The album produced the single I'm Your Pusher, with the video getting Ice-T major airplay on MTV. Although the song is an anti-drug song, the song gained controversy as it was interpreted as having the opposite message. The album cover also received controversy upon its release, due to the provocative pose of Darlene Ortiz, Ice-T's girlfriend at the time. Ice-T - Power 1988. To favorites 7 Download album. Listen album. Hip-Hop Gangsta Rap. Songs in album Ice-T - Power 1988. Ice-T - Intro Power. Ice-T - Power. Ice-T - Drama. Ice-T - Heartbeat. Ice-T - The Syndicate. Ice-T - Radio Suckers. Ice-T - I'm Your Pusher. Ice-T - Personal. Ice-T - Girls . Listen free to Ice-T Power Intro, Power and more. 13 tracks 48:01. Power is the second album by Ice-T. Released in 1988, the album produced the single and video I'm Your Pusher, which got Ice-T major air-play on MTV. The album cover, photographed by Glen E. Friedman, was the subject of controversy upon its original release, due to the provocative pose of Darlene Ortiz, Ice-T's girlfriend at the time. I'm Your Pusher, an anti-drug song, was also interpreted as having the opposite message. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and . Released September 13, 1988. Power Tracklist. Intro Power Album Lyrics. Power Lyrics. Power is the second studio album released by American gangster rapper Ice-T. The album was released on September 13, 1988, by Sire Records and was recorded at Syndicate Studios West in Los Angeles. The album is notable for containing lyrics which began a feud between Ice-T and New York rapper LL Cool J. The cover of the album, which features Ice-Ts girlfriend Darlene Ortiz holding a shotgun, was described as perpetuating stereotypes by the Chicago Tribune and violence-glorifying by both the Chicago Sun-Times and The Sydney Morning Herald