Helter Skelter

The D.O.C. • 2LP


“Helter Skelter” is the second studio album by The D.O.C. originally released on CD in 1996. This album was a comeback following the car crash which severely damaged his vocal cords. The name of the album is a reference to Charles Manson’s idea of The Beatles’ “Helter Skelter” prophesying the end of the world. The title and concept behind this album were originally developed by Dr. Dre as a collaborative effort between him and Ice Cube, titled “Heltah Skeltah”. At that time however, D.O.C. had become disillusioned with Death Row Records and Dre, having received no payment for his work ghostwriting at Death Row. So in late 1994, D.O.C. decided to leave Death Row and headed to Atlanta, Georgia. Taking lyrics he had already written for “Heltah Skeltah”, he recorded “Helter Skelter”, keeping the name to spite Dre.

The album has previously only been available on CD and cassette, this here is the first vinyl version so far! Sounds killer!


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