Over the Counter (partially found Snoop Dogg cassette tape; 1991)

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Over the counter cover.jpg

Cover of the album.

Status: Existence Unconfirmed

Snoop Dogg is a pretty respected figure in the Hip-Hop community; some even consider him a "household name". He debuted in 1992 with an album called Doggystyle (back when he was Snoop Doggy Dogg), which some fans consider to be his best work. It is also rumored that he released one album before Doggystyle.

The cassette-only album, known as Over the Counter, is said to have appeared at swapmeets in 1991. It featured 16 tracks on it, with one bonus track. 6 of the tracks off of this album have resurfaced on compilation albums, such as Foesum – The Lost Tapez[1], and the other 11 will most likely never resurface, if existent.

The existence of this tape is highly debatable, due to many inconsistencies in the story of this tape. There appears to be multiple different covers to this tape, with one crediting Death Row Records to this tape, and another crediting Future Shock. Another inconsistency that could be linked to the nonexistence of this album is a line from the track Do You Remember., with the line being heard as "That's how we do it in 9-8", which some believe to be proof of the tape being fake, but other's believe the line is actually "That's how we do it in 9 ace", which could be refrenceing the year 1991.


A1 Over The Counter
A2 Dogg's Life
A3 Jack Em'
A4 213 - Dope Slang
A5 Knockin' Off Everything
A6 Blast For Cash
A7 Let Em' Understand
A8 The Message
B1 211
B2 Signed And Detected
B3 Bank Roll
B4 187
B5 C.O.C. Kingpin
B6 Welcome To Death Row
B7 Do You Remember
B8 True To The Game


Country Blues

Found tracks are in bold.