It Takes a Thief

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CoolioJuly 19, 1994
Hip-Hop/Rap℗ 2004 Tommy Boy Music
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It Takes a Thief is the debut studio album by American rapper Coolio. It was released on July 19, 1994 on Warner Bros. Records. The album received praise for bringing a humorous and lighthearted perspective to often violent and profane themes of typical gangsta rap.
"Fantastic Voyage", a hit from the early 1980s, returned to the charts after Coolio released a song of the same name from this album. The song received regular airplay on MTV and became his breakout hit, peaking at No. 3 in the US. Songs "Smokin Stix", "Can-o-Corn" and "Sticky Fingers" first appeared in the film Poetic Justice.

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Songs
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Fantastic Voyage5:34
2
County Line2:57
3
Mama, I'm in Love Wit a Gangsta (Mix) (feat. LeShaun)4:10
4
Hand on My NutsAC3:29
5
Ghetto Cartoon (feat. LeShaun)3:13
6
Smokin' Stix3:20
7
Can-O-Corn3:41
8
U Know Hoo! (feat. W. C. of the M.A.A.D. Circle)3:52
9
It Takes a Thief (LP Mix) (feat. LeShaun)5:07
10
Bring Back Somethin Fo Da Hood3:12
11
N Da Closet3:51
12
On My Way to Harlem3:13
13
Sticky Fingers2:59
14
Thought You Knew3:19
15
Ugly Bitches4:07
16
I Remember (feat. J-RO & Billy Boy)4:47
4.7
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Tracks
16
Released
July 19, 1994
Label
℗ 2004 Tommy Boy Music
File type
MP3
Access type
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