Track List

Brown Sugar

Alright

Jonz In My Bonz

Me and Those Dreamin' Eyes of Mine

Shit, Damn, Motherfucker

Smooth

Cruisin'

When We Get By

Lady

Higher

Brown Sugar

Me And Those Dreamin' Eyes Of Mine (A Cappella)

Brown Sugar (Instrumental)

Lady (Just Tha Beat Mix Instrumental w/Chorus, Mixed by DJ Premier)

Brown Sugar (Alternate Version)

Brown Sugar (King Tech Remix feat. Kool G. Rap)

Me And Those Dreamin' Eyes Of Mine (Def Squad Remix feat. Redman, Remixed by Erick Sermon for Funk Lord Productions)

Cruisin' (Cut The Sax Remix, by King Tech)

Lady (Just Tha Beat Mix/featuring AZ, Remixed by DJ Premier)

Brown Sugar (Soul Inside 808 Mix, by DJ Dodge)

Me And Those Dreamin’ Eyes Of Mine (Two Way Street Mix, Remixed by DJ Premier)

Cruisin' (Dallas Austin Remix)

Lady (2B3 Shake Dat Ass Mix, produced by Neville Thomas and Pule Pheto)

Brown Sugar (Incognito Molasses Remix)

Me And Those Dreamin' Eyes Of Mine (Dreamy Remix, by Erick Sermon)

Cruisin’ (Wet Remix)

Brown Sugar (Dollar Bag Mix)

Cruisin’ (God Made Me Funky Remix)

Brown Sugar (CJ Mackintosh Remix)

Lady (CJ Mackintosh Mix Radio Edit)

Cruisin' (Who's Fooling Who Mix)

D'Angelo - Brown Sugar: Deluxe Edition (2xCD + Bonus Tracks + Booklet)
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Release Date: 8/18/17
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D’Angelo’s smash debut album now gets the deluxe treatment in a 2-CD set that includes the original album and 21 bonus tracks, all remastered by D’s engineer Russell Elevado. Housed in a lavish digipak, it also features a 20-page booklet with rare photographs from the EMI Archives, lyrics for all original LP tracks, and an essay by noted author and filmmaker Nelson George.