NEW YORK, NY - JULY 29:  Rapper Snoop Dogg performs onstage during the 2012 Catalpa Festival at Randall's Island on July 29,
Matthew Eisman

The whole "Rappers perform their defining albums" set that has made its way around festivals these past few years is part nostalgia, part shell game. The promise of a classic album is more suggested guideline than requirement, with artists flitting between older material and less appreciated new tracks and disgruntled fans bemoaning the absence of certain songs.

So you were allowed to be skeptical when hearing that Snoop Dogg would perform 1993's Doggystyle in its entirety at New York's Catalpa Festival Sunday night. But short of a few songs, the rapper delivered virtually all of his groundbreaking album, the first debut album to hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 its first week (plus a few tracks from Dr. Dre's The Chronic and 2001). We've got galleries of both the festival and classic Snoop, but let's get to Doggystyle with our by-the-numbers breakdown:

Percentage of setlist featuring Doggystyle tracks: 65% (12 out of 18, not counting interludes)

Number of prominent extended Dogg Pound family present: 3 (Kurupt, Lady of Rage, Daz Dillinger)

Number of guests dressed in tuxedos appearing in pre-recorded video: 1 (Pharrell

Number of minutes it took Snoop to perform a song not on Doggystyle: 9 (Dr. Dre's "The Next Episode")

Number of song announcements that made the crowd lose their mind: 2 ("Who Am I? (What's My Name?)," "Drop It Like It's Hot")

Number of song announcements Snoop thought would make people lose their mind, but actually caused shrugs: 1 ("Stranded on Death Row" from Dr. Dre's The Chronic)

Number of Doggystyle songs not performed: 1 ("Lodi Dodi")

Number of music journalists bummed to hear someone else sing Nate Dogg's parts on Doggystyle: At least 1

Percentage of Snoop's crew wearing all-black: 100

Number of oversized novelty joints used as props: 1

Number of inflatable giraffes "dancing": 1

Number of out-of-place balloons held during show: 1 ("It's a Boy!")

Number of incongruous moments between Snoop trying to be serious and a dog mascot named Nasty Dogg dancing around onstage: 1

Number of songs performed as Snoop Lion, Snoop's reggae artist alter ego: 0, surprisingly

Number of reggae songs played on stage, causing at least one journalist to assume Snoop Lion would perform: 1 (Bob Marley's "Jamming")

Number of flashbacks to me at 14: At least 10

Number of ironic gang signs flashed by crowd members for photos: Countless

Setlist:

1. "G Funk Intro"
2. "Gin and Juice"
3. "Tha Shiznit"
4. "The Next Episode"
5. "Deep Cover"
6. "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang"
7. "Serial Killa"
8. "Murder was the Case"
9. "For All My N**gaz & B**ches"
10. "Ain't no Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None)"
11. "Gz Up, Hoes Down"
12. "Pump Pump"
13. "Gs and Hustlas"
14. "Doggy Dogg World"
15. "Stranded on Death Row"
16. "Who am I? (What's my Name?)"
17. "Drop it like it's Hot"
18. "Young, Wild & Free"