H! Vltg3

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"H! Vltg3"
Single by Linkin Park
from the album Reanimation
B-side Pts.Of.Athrty, Buy Myself
Recorded 2001
Released 2002
Format Vinyl
Length 03:30
Time signature 4/4
Tempo 93.69
Key D Minor
Samples Lamont Dozier - Family
Brand Nubian - All For One
Writer(s) Babu Melvin, Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Jamerson Troy Donald, Peretta Michael Taylor, Shinoda
Producer(s) Mike Shinoda
Label Warner Bros.
Linkin Park singles chronology

Pts.Of.Athrty (2002) H! Vltg3 (2002) Somewhere I Belong (2003)

Reanimation track listing
  1. Opening
  2. Pts.Of.Athrty
  3. Enth E Nd
  4. Chali
  5. Frgt/10
  6. P5hng Me A*wy
  7. Plc.4 Mie Hæd
  8. X-Ecutioner Style
  9. H! Vltg3
  10. Riff Raff
  11. Wth>You
  12. Ntr\Mssion
  13. Ppr:Kut
  14. Rnw@y
  15. My<Dsmbr
  16. Stef
  17. By_Myslf
  18. Kyur4 Th Ich
  19. 1stp Klosr
  20. Krwlng

Background

The remix was created by Evidence and cut by DJ Babu, both from the hip hop group Dilated Peoples, with additional production by Porse 1. The track was edited by DJ Revolution and mixed by Troy Staton. Pharoahe Monch guests with a rap verse on the track.

By working with Pharaohe Monch, the band was hoping to get the fans interested in his work. Mike Shinoda told MTV: "He’s just a real mellow [guy], soft-spoken, [but] there’s a lot of hunger there. There’s a lot of intensity even though he’s been doing it for a really long time and he’s really successful in those genres of music [underground hip-hop]. But with a larger, mainstream audience, they don’t know him and that’s where we wanted to make that little connection — just bridge that gap. Hopefully, we could say to [our fans], ‘Well, we like this guy. We’ve been listening for a long time. Hopefully you’ll dig it, too.’"[1]

About Dilated Peoples' presence on the track, Brad Delson said during a linkinpark.com chat on July 3, 2002: "we are big fans of evidence and dialated so we were very honored for him to lace that track so to speak"

The remix contains a vocal sample of the song "All For One" by hip hop group Brand Nubian. Because of this, members of the group, Derek Murphy (Sadat X), Lorenzo Dechalus (Lord Jamar), and Maxwell Dixon (Grand Puba), were also credited for the track.

The instrumental samples the song "Family" by Lamont Dozier.

The remix can be heard during the Frat Party At The Pankake Festival documentary.[2]

Tracklist

Vinyl Single

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1 H! Vltg3 (Evidence ft. Pharoahe Monch & DJ Babu) Babu Melvin, Bennington Chester Charles, Bourdon Robert G, Delson Brad, Hahn Joseph, Jamerson Troy Donald, Peretta Michael Taylor, Shinoda Mike 3:32
2 H! Vltg3 (Evidence ft. Pharoahe Monch & DJ Babu) (Instrumental) Babu, Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Jamerson, Peretta, Shinoda 3:23
3 H! Vltg3 (Evidence ft. Pharoahe Monch & DJ Babu) (Acapella) Babu, Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Jamerson, Peretta, Shinoda 3:23

Music Video

The music video for "H! Vltg3" was directed by Estevan Oriol[3] for MTV2's "MTV:Playback".

MTV: Playback was originally aired on July 27, 2002 at 2:00pm, with a rerun on July 28, 2002 at 8:00pm.[4]

Versions

Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.

Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
H! Vltg3 Reanimation 3:30 2001 July 30, 2002
  • Remixed by Evidence.
  • Features vocals by Pharoahe Monch and cuts by DJ Babu.
H! Vltg3 Pts.Of.Athrty

Pts.Of.Athrty / H! Vltg3

H! Vltg3

3:32 2001 July 19, 2002
  • Lacks the transition to "Riff Raff" at the end.
  • Listed as "Album Vocal" on the vinyl single.
H! Vltg3 "Reanimation" Internal Demo 3:14 2001
  • The CD dates from late January or February 2002.
  • Remixed by Evidence.
  • The intro includes the speech from Mike Shinoda's remix.
  • Bridge vocals from the original version were used in place of Pharaohe Monch's verse.
  • Completely different outro, lacking DJ Babu's scratching.
  • Some of the sound effects throughout the song are missing.
H! Vltg3 (Instrumental) H! Vltg3 3:23 2001 2002
H! Vltg3 (Acapella) H! Vltg3 3:23 2001 2002

Personnel

  • Evidence - interpretation
  • Pharoahe Monch - vocals
  • DJ Babu - cut
  • Porse 1 - additional production
  • DJ Revolution - editing
  • Troy Staton - mixing

Production (Album)

  • Mike Shinoda - producer
  • Mark "Spike" Stent - mixing
  • David Treahearn - mixing assistant
  • Paul "P-Dub" Walton - ProTools enginer
  • Brian "Big Bass" Gardner - mastering, digital editing
  • Nancie Stern - sample clearance

Lyrics

Gallery

External Links

References

  1. Move Over P.Diddy, Linkin Park Reinterpret The Remix - MTV, June 03, 2002
  2. Linkin Park Master Reanimation But Kant Spell - MTV, June 20, 2002
  3. General Reanimation Video Info
  4. Linkin Park: Reanimation - Latest News, July 14, 2002