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And the Posse, often regarded as American rap group N.W.A's first or debut but neglected album, is a compilation album, rereleasing N.W.A and associated, underground rap songs from the Los Angeles area's rap scene on November 6, 1987. Find N.W.A discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Related Blog Posts. Finesse Mitchell on Music's Role in Relationships and Rubbing Elbows With Prince and U2 at 'SNL'.

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  • The cover on the CD has the advisory, but if you fold out the booklet, the inside is a 3x3 panel poster of the cover. Unfortunately, the image is slightly cropped on the left and bottom, so after I scanned and composited the poster (it's too big to scan in one go) and cleaned it up, I scanned the cover itself (at 1200dpi), shrank down my.
  • Straight Outta Compton is the debut studio album by rap group N.W.A, which, led by Eazy-E, formed in Los Angeles county's City of Compton in early 1987. Released by his label, Ruthless Records, on August 8, 1988, the album was produced by N.W.A members Dr. Dre, DJ Yella, and Arabian Prince, with lyrics written by N.W.A members Ice Cube and MC Ren along with Ruthless rapper The D.O.C.
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Look up Cover, cover, covered, or covers in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Cover or covers may refer to:

Packaging, science and technology[edit]

  • A covering, usually - but not necessarily - one that completely closes the object
    • Cover (philately), generic term for envelope or package
    • Housing (engineering), an exterior case or enclosure used to protect an interior mechanism
    • Media covers
      • Album cover, the front of the packaging of a commercially released audio recording product
      • Book cover or magazine cover
      • CD and DVD cover, CD and DVD packaging
      • Cover art, images and text on media covers
    • Seal (mechanical), a device that helps join systems or mechanisms together by preventing leakage
    • Smartphone cover, a mobile phone accessory that protects a mobile phone
  • Concrete cover, in engineering, distance between reinforcement and the outer surface of element
  • Sedimentary cover, in geology, overlies a basement or crystalline basement


  • Cover (surname)
    • Franklin Cover (1928–2006), American actor
    • Robert Cover (1943–1986), American law professor, scholar, and activist
    • Thomas M. Cover (1938–2012), American scientist

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]


When a song of musician A is subsequently performed by musician B, musician B is 'covering' Musician A's song.


  • Cover (Tom Verlaine album), 1984
  • Cover (Joan as Policewoman album), 2009
  • Covered (Cold Chisel album), 2011
  • Covered (Macy Gray album), 2012
  • Covered (Robert Glasper album), full title Covered: Recorded Live at Capitol Studios, 2015 album by Robert Glasper
  • Covers (Beni album), 2012
  • Covers (Regine Velasquez album), 2004
  • Covers (Placebo album), 2003
  • Covers (Show of Hands album), 2000
  • Covers (James Taylor album), 2008
  • Covers (Fayray album), 2005
  • Covers (Deftones album), 2011
  • Covers, an album by Break of Reality

Extended plays[edit]

  • Covers (A Camp EP), 2009
  • Covers (Franz Ferdinand EP), 2009
  • Covers (Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly EP), 2009
  • Covers (The Autumns EP), 2001
  • Covers (Young Statues EP), 2012

Other uses in music[edit]

  • Cover, an understudy in opera
  • Cover band, a musical band that performs mostly cover versions
  • Cover version, a new version of a previously released song

Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Cover (film), a 2007 film directed by Bill Duke
  • Covers (film), an upcoming comedy film directed by Nisha Ganatra
  • Cover system, a system of protection in video games
  • Cover Magazine (publication), a New York City arts monthly publication
  • Cover Corp., parent organization for VTuber idol company Hololive Production


  • Cover (finance), repurchasing a short order made on the stock/equity, forex or futures markets
  • Cover (law), a remedy for the breach of a contract for the receipt of goods
  • Cover charge, an entry fee
  • First day cover ('FDC' also called a first day of issue), a postage stamp on a cover, postal card or stamped envelope franked on the first day of issue

Deception and concealment[edit]

  • Cover (telecommunications), a communications concealment technique
  • Cover, something fake used in a cover-up
  • Non-official cover, the identity assume by an operative who takes a covert role in an organization without official ties to the government
  • Official cover, the identity assumed by an operative who takes a position in an organization with diplomatic ties


  • Cover (algebra), the concept of an algebraic structure that maps onto another structure in structure-preserving fashion
  • Cover (topology), the mathematical concept of a collection of sets whose union contains each set as a subset
  • Cover, in database theory, an equivalent set of constraints
  • Cover, a pair in the covering relation of a partially ordered set, or the greater element in such a pair
  • Covering group (universal / double), a covering space with group structure, common in theoretical physics
  • Covering space, in the theory of Riemann surfaces and topology
  • Good cover (algebraic topology), an open topological cover such that all open sets in the cover and all intersections of finitely many open sets are contractible


Nwa Cover Album
  • Cover (military), anything which is capable of physically protecting an individual from enemy fire
  • Cover: Uniform, a military term for any type of uniform hat, as in:
    • Campaign cover or campaign hat, a broad-brimmed felt or straw hat, with a high crown, pinched symmetrically at the four corners
    • Utility cover also known as the utility cap and eight-pointed cover, the United States Marine Corps cap, worn with their utility uniform


  • Cover (cricket), a region of the field with respect to the batsman in cricket
  • Cover 2, a class of defensive play in American football
  • To cover, in sports betting a favorite to win by more than the game's point spread

Other uses[edit]

  • Cover, or covers, the top layer of bedding
  • Cover, to mate animals, e.g., a stallion covers a mare
  • Cover, the seating capacity for one person in a restaurant
  • Slipcover, protective cover that may be slipped off and on a piece of upholstered furniture

See also[edit]

Nwa Cover Song

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