Dr. Dre’s The Chronic album is considered to be one of the greatest hip-hop albums of all time. 

The album originally dropped in December of 1992, and included a “portrait” of Dre on the cover, but that wasn’t the original design. 

The original design featured other elements, but were removed by request by Death Row and Interscope.

In the pictures, you can see the handwritten notes from the label(s) asking for the changes.

The tracklist is also different than what came out in retail; a different order, and the inclusion of the track “187Um”.

Check it out below.


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