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Artist: MC Hammer
Release Year: 1991
Record Label: Capitol
Genre: R&B, Rap
1. This Is the Way We Roll
2. Brothers Hang On
3. Too Legit to Quit
4. Living in a World Like This
5. Tell Me (Why Can't We Live Together)
6. Releasing Some Pressure
7. Find Yourself a Friend
8. Count It Off
9. Good to Go
11. Street Soldiers
12. Do Not Pass Me By
13. Gaining Momentum
Playing Time: 71 min.
Producer: M.C. Hammer, Felton C. Pilate II, Michael Buckholtz, Pilate II
Recording Type: Studio
SPAR Code: n/a
Engineers include: Wally Buck, Tom Garneau, David Gleeson.This is the first album released under the name "Hammer", who was formerly known as M.C. Hammer.Personnel: MC Hammer (vocals); Felton C. Pilate II (vocals, guitar, keyboards, programming, drum programming, background vocals); Pilate II (vocals, keyboards, drum programming, background vocals); Benito (vocals, background vocals); Kendrick Washington, Trina Johnson, Tramaine Hawkins (vocals); Rick House (guitar); Gary Bias (flute, saxophone); Ray Brown (trumpet, alto horn); Michael "Patches" Stewart (trumpet); Reggie C. Young (trombone); The Horns of Fire (horns); Michael Buckholtz, James Earley, Michael Kelly (keyboards, drum programming); James Early (keyboards); Brenda Roy, Gwen Evans, Dana Johnson, Shirlene Hall, Wendy Anderson, Elizabeth Fields, Deidre Webb, Chris Levine, Steve Schwartz, Trisha Winder, Edwin Harper, Jamie Hawkins, Terrance Kelly, Beryl Magee, Robin Hodge, Walter Redmond, Rona Lomax, Soja, Home Boy Choir, Adrienne Kryor, Lawrence Matthews, Special Generation, Daryl Williams (background vocals).Audio Mixers: Felton C. Pilate II; Pilate II; MC Hammer; Tom Garneau.Liner Note Author: MC Hammer.Recording information: Capitol Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Fantasy Studios, Berkley, CA; Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN; PL.Photographer: Annie Leibovitz.Unknown Contributor Roles: Sonja Moore; Kendra Washington; Voices ; Home Boy Choir; Trina Johnson; The Horns of Fire; Tim Lewis ; Tramaine Hawkins; Benito.Arranger: Douglas Miller.With his third album, Too Legit to Quit, Hammer dropped the "MC" from his name, but didn't undergo any major changes musically. Indeed, Legit provided a heavy dose of the thing that made Please Hammer, Don't Hurt Em so successful: likeable, fun pop-rap that appealed to mainstream Top 40 audiences more than the hood. For a few years, Hammer almost seemed to be the Michael Jackson of rap. Although it fell short of Please Hammer's artistic and commercial success, Legit definitely had its share of inviting hits, including "This Is the Way We Roll" and the title song. While Hammer hasn't always been the most challenging artist in the world, the Oakland native has some noteworthy social commentary in "Living in a World Like This" and "Brothers Hang On" -- both of which are disturbing commentaries on the harsh realities of ghetto life. ~ Alex Henderson