|1||Ice Ice Baby||4:28|
|3||Stop That Train
Keyboards [Keyboard Bass] – Paul LoomisWritten-By – P. Loomis*
Producer, Written-By – Khayree
|5||Ice Is Workin' It
Bass – George Anderson Keyboards – Paul LoomisProducer – George Anderson , Paul LoomisWritten-By – G. Anderson*, P. Loomis*
|6||Life Is A Fantasy||4:46|
|7||Play That Funky Music
Bass – George Anderson
Producer, Written-By – David Deberry, Kim Sharp
|10||It's A Party
Backing Vocals – Princess Producer, Written-By – Khayree
|11||Juice To Get Loose Boy||0:09|
Producer – Darryl Williams, Wayne Stallings*Written-By – D. Williams*, W. Stallings*
Backing Vocals – Craig PrideProducer – Darryl Williams, Wayne Stallings*Written-By – Craig Pride, D. Williams*, W. Stallings*
|14||I Love You
Producer – Kim SharpSaxophone [Solos] – Don Diego Written-By – K. Sharp*
|15||Havin' A Roni||1:09|
|064-7 95325 1||Vanilla Ice||To The Extreme (LP, Album)||SBK Records, Ultrax Records||064-7 95325 1||Europe||1990|
|Non||Vanilla Ice||To The Extreme (Cass, Album)||Ultrax Records||Non||Germany||1990|
|EMI-25898||Vanilla Ice||To The Extreme (LP, Album)||EMI||EMI-25898||Venezuela||1991|
|KMS 169||Vanilla Ice||To The Extreme (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Coda||KMS 169||Poland||Unknown|
|262-7953254||Vanilla Ice||To The Extreme (Cass, Album)||SBK Records, Ultrax Records||262-7953254||Greece||1990|
Nu Metal Vanilla Ice. 乐队列表 Nu Metal Vanilla Ice To the Extreme. Band Name Vanilla Ice. Album Name To the Extreme. 版公司 SBK Records Ultrax.
All lyrics from To The Extreme album, popular Vanilla Ice songs with tracklist and information about album. George Anderson, Paul Loomis, Earthquake, Vanilla Ice, DeShay, Wayne Stalling, Kim Sharp, Khayree, David Deberry, Darryl Williams. Gary Wooten, George Anderson, Henry Falco, Michael Sarsfield, Paul Loomis, Stacy Brownrigg, TC & Floyd, Tim Kimsey. Vanilla Ice "To The Extreme" (1990) album.
Ice Ice Baby!" Every generation of musicians seems to have a figure that inspires the less talented among us to push on to greater heights. In the 70’s, untalented punks were motivated by the sight of Sid Vicious joining a band without knowing how to play his instrument; the 80’s saw Milli Vanilli climb to the top of the charts without ever singing the songs on their records; and more recently, the insanely annoying Crazy Frog has sold ten kajillion ringtones without even being a real. None of this, however, prevented either Ice or Hammer from selling millions of records. For Vanilla, his big 15 minutes came with debut album To The Extreme, released in 1990. Now, did you ever hear that phrase it was still the 80’s in 1990 " To The Extreme validates this statement, because nowhere in the jaded post-Nirvana musical scene would this album achieve any kind of commercial success.
Listen free to Vanilla Ice – To The Extreme (Ice Ice Baby, Yo Vanilla and more). To the Extreme is the major label debut studio album of American rapper Robert "Vanilla Ice" Van Winkle. Released in 1990, it is Van Winkle's best selling album. The album was initially released in 1989 by independent record label Ichiban Records under the title Hooked. Van Winkle signed to SBK Records, who reissued the album under its current title. The album contains Van Winkle's most successful singles, "Ice Ice Baby" and "Play That Funky Music".
Extremely Live is a live album by American rapper Vanilla Ice. Released in March 1991, it is the rapper's second major label release, after To the Extreme. The album contains material from Van Winkle's debut album, Hooked, as well as the new songs "Rollin' in my . ", "Road to My Riches", "Move" and "I Like It". Although the album peaked at on the Billboard 200, it met with a fiercely malicious critical reception. The album peaked at on the Billboard 200.
This is a discography of Vanilla Ice, an American rapper. Born in Dallas, Texas, and raised in Texas and South Florida, his discography consists of six studio albums, two compilations, one live album, one remix album, and 13 singles. His debut album, To the Extreme, was the fastest-selling hip hop album of all time.