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Hell On Earth - Mobb Deep

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  • set a hight standard for future mobb albums
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      19.06.2002 22:49
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      • "set a hight standard for future mobb albums"

      Easily this the best Mobb album to date, the most mature, and flexible account of QB life. The infamous Drop a gem on 'em, starts off where " Shook Ones Part II " left off .. a kidney rupturing blow to cowards everywhere and one tragic end to a fued fueled by rumours, spin and more potently media hypocrasy, even though.. This album was in the midst of a east west battle, and easily maintained the Mobb as NY's greastest poet & producer, no where in NY was anyone else doing this, production of the most potent calibre minor keys over ominous drum pokes, these painted a grim mental landscape of the lives of the Infamous. The other half of Mobb Deeep, Prodigy , constantly fighting against Sickel cell and drug addiction ( in this time ), seemed to come of age on album where Havoc hit his peak, check " Still Shinin " or " Apostles Warning " or if you doubt Havoc as a rapper/producer peep " More Trife life " for a extraordinary mental visit into the mind of Havocs more darker side, the album in whole is the mobbs most complete album to date, non close to this album has touched the surface of the rhymes or production often copied by inferior thugs, wannabees and straight up copies. . the infamous can truly call them selves the kings of QB

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      Disc #1 Tracklisting
      1 1. Animal Instinct - Mobb Deep & Ty Nitty/Gambino
      2 Drop a gem on 'em
      3 Bloodsport
      4 4. Extortion - Mobb Deep & Method Man
      5 More trife life
      6 6. Man Down - Mobb Deep & Big Noyd
      7 7. Can't Get Enough Of It - Mobb Deep & General C
      8 8. Nightime Vultures - Mobb Deep & Chef Raekwon
      9 GOD part 3
      10 Get dealt with
      11 Shook ones part 1
      12 12. Give It Up Fast - Mobb Deep & Nas/Big Noyd
      13 13. Still shinin'
      14 Still shinin'
      15 Apostles warning

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