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Tracklist


1Rappin' Rodney (Long Version)5:04
2Rappin' Rodney (Instrumental Version)5:04


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PD-13657Rodney Dangerfield Rappin' Rodney ‎(12", Single)RCA VictorPD-13657US1983
PB-13656Rodney Dangerfield Rappin' Rodney / Funiculi, Funicula ‎(7", Single)RCAPB-13656Canada1983
PB-13656Rodney Dangerfield Rappin' Rodney ‎(7", Single)RCAPB-13656Canada1983
PB-13656Rodney Dangerfield Rappin' Rodney / Funiculi, Funicula ‎(7", Styrene)RCAPB-13656US1983
PB 3656Rodney Dangerfield Rappin' Rodney ‎(7", Single)RCA VictorPB 3656France1983


Credits


  • Lyrics By โ€“ Dennis Blair, Douglas Hoyt, Rodney Dangerfield, Scott Henry
  • Music By โ€“ J.B. Moore, Larry Smith
  • Producer โ€“ J.B. Moore, Robert Ford Jr.


Notes


Produced for Prep Street Productions
From the Rodney Dangerfield - Rappin' Rodney album, AFL1-4869 RCA Victor Promo Copy


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Etched & Stamped): /1 A JD-13657-A-1 MASTERDISK HW
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Etched & Stamped): /1 D JD-13657-B-1 MASTERDISK


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Rappin' Rodney is a comedy album by American comedian Rodney Dangerfield issued by RCA Records in 1983. The title track is a rap-influenced novelty song co-written by J. Moore and Robert Ford Jr. the same songwriters who worked with Kurtis Blow on The Breaks. Dennis Blair co-wrote the song. The accompanying music video, which includes cameos from Pat Benatar and Don Novello as Father Guido Sarducci, was played heavily on MTV at the time of release. Anyone can repeat a Rodney Dangerfield joke, but no one can tell one quite like the man himself. In his autobiography, Its Not Easy Bein Me , we get a rare glimpse into the events that shaped Rodneys perspective and propelled his career. If its history you want, thats a good place to start. The one thing that everyone remembers about Rappin' Rodney, Rodney Dangerfield's second album, is the title track, his novelty parody of rap. It might have been funny at the time, but it sounds hopelessly clueless and dated these days. Dangerfield's comedy - portions of his live act at Catch a Rising Star are presented here - has aged better, but his schtick is too watered-down to capture the wild, offensive humor that is at the heart of his comedy. It's not bad as a cultural artifact, but Rappin' Rodney isn't a particularly funny record. Rodney Dangerfield performs in the music video Rappin' Rodney from the album Rappin' Rodney recorded for RCA Victor. Rodney Dangerfield raps about not getting respect at a trail. Later, he is on death row talking to a priest. He is put to death in the electric chair before ending up at the gates of heaven. Later, he awakens in bed from a nightmare. See full summary . Rodney Dangerfield. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. ะŸะพะบัƒะฟะบะฐ Rodney Dangerfield - Rappin' Rodney - RCA Victor - LP, Album, RE - AFL1-4887, ะฒะบะปัŽั‡ะฐะตั‚ Rodney Rappin', Rappin' Rodney, Rodney Continues Rappin'. Rappin' Rodney 1983. Album by Rodney Dangerfield. Rappin' Rodney. No Respect by Rodney Dangerfield 1980. Rappin' Rodney is a 12-inch single released by American comedian Rodney Dangerfield in 1983. It is a rap-influenced novelty song co-written by J. The accompanying music video, which included a cameo from Pat Benatar, was played heavily on MTV at the time of release. Rodney Rappin' and Rodney Continues Rappin' were recorded live at Catch a Rising Star, in New York City. The single peaked at number 83 on Billboard's Hot 100 Billboard 200 chart

๐Ÿ’ฟ Rodney Dangerfield - Rappin' Rodney Download
Pop Rap, Disco
Performer: Rodney Dangerfield
Title: Rappin' Rodney
Category: Electronic / Hip hop
Country: US
Released: 1983
Label: RCA
Catalog #: JD-13657
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 508
Record Source: Vinyl, 12", 33 โ…“ RPM, Promo