Welcome to Death Row

Welcome to Death Row

Director: S. Leigh Savidge Cast: John "BJ" Bryant, Dr. Dre, Tupac Shakur


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From the makers of Thug Immortal comes this "Rapumentary" chronicling the rise and fall of Death Row records. The brain-child of Suge Knight, Death Row blasted onto the music scene, virtually out of nowhere, offering up Compton-based gangsta rap from a stable of artists that included Tupac Shakur, Snoop Doggy Dogg, and Dr. Dre. Using interviews with artists, critics, and Knight himself, Welcome to Death Row attempts to sort out the story behind the controversial company, addressing rumors of violent business tactics, criticism from political groups, and alleged involvement in the drug trade. Released in 2001, the presentation runs 104 minutes.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/25/2001
UPC: 0000799433027
Original Release: 2001
Rating: NR
Source: Xenon
Time: 1:44:00
Sales rank: 19,684

Special Features

Exclusive to the signature series: The D.O.C.: The Lost Interview; Extensive interview outtakes; Exclusive footage of Death Row Records' 1992 Beverly Hills launch party 16x9 anamorphic transfer; Filmmaker's commentary; Animated menus; Chapter selection; Sneak preview of photographer Simone Green-English's upcoming book "Time Served: My Days & Nights at Death Row Records"; Trailer Coming attractions

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Welcome to Death Row
2. Welcome To Death Row [1:19]
3. Straight Out Of Compton [6:03]
4. A Bodyguard Goes To Work [7:28]
5. Doggs Day At Solar [3:45]
6. Harry O. [9:40]
7. Bullets In The Studio [2:51]
8. The Chronic [3:52]
9. Interscope [5:04]
10. A Black Man With A Lot Of Power [5:41]
11. America vs Death Row [7:40]
12. How You Gonna Punk Me? [8:30]
13. It Was Working In A Prison [5:32]
14. Tupac [8:57]
15. East vs West [3:24]
16. Exodus [3:06]
17. Vegas [4:06]
18. Empire Undone [4:35]
19. Epitaphs [7:29]

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Welcome to Death Row 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Inside the most intelligent yet controversial recording company this side of Sun, we go into the mind of Suge Knight, a man so complex, manipulative and dark at times and at times forgiving, gentle and a genius that a documentary doesn't do him justice. We are also treated to the brilliance, charisma and again that most fascinating and tragic figure in rap-Tupac Shakur. Shakur revived the place after Dre left and the Chronic changed America's pop culture.