When the Smoke Clears songs Product Information
When the Smoke Clears album for sale by Three 6 Mafia was released Jun 13, 2000 on the Relativity (Label) label. Putting Memphis on the map, Three 6 Mafia's WHEN THE SMOKE CLEARS might change the perception of Southern hip-hop forever. When the Smoke Clears songs Though hip-hop continues to gain in popularity throughout the South, the group feels that Memphis hasn't gotten its due. With mic laced on tracks like "Jus Like Us," "Mafia N****Z," "From Da Back," WHEN THE SMOKE CLEARS is a powerful 18-song effort. When the Smoke Clears CD music contains a single disc with 22 songs. ...See Full Description
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Three 6 Mafia - When the Smoke Clears Album Track Listing
|1||Intro See All 7||0:59|| $0.99|
|2||44 Killers (Interlude) See All 2||1:42|| $0.99|
|3||Sippin' on Some Syrup See All 2|
with Project Pat, Ugk
|4||Weak Azz B***H See All 2|
with La Chat
|5||Just Like Us See All 2||4:14|| $0.99|
|6||I'm So Hi||3:58|| $0.99|
|7||Mafia N****Z See All 2||3:02|| $0.99|
|8||Hook Up W/ H**s||0:39|| $0.99|
|9||From Da Back See All 3||4:02|| $0.99|
|10||F**K Y'All H**S See All 2||4:10|| $0.99|
|11||Where da Cheese At See All 2||2:28|| $0.99|
|12||Tongue Ring See All 3||4:04|| $0.99|
|13||Barrin' You B***hes||3:36|| $0.99|
|14||Whatcha Know See All 2|
with Big Gipp of the Goodie Mob
|15||Act Like You Know Me (Point 'Em Out) See All 2||4:08|| $0.99|
|16||Take a Bump See All 2||2:25|| $0.99|
|17||Touched Wit It See All 2|
with Fiend, La Chat, Mr Servon
|18||M.E.M.P.H.I.S. See All 2|
with Hypnotize Camp Posse
|19||Just Anotha Crazy Click See All 2|
with Insane Clown Posse (Icp), Twiztid
|20||Who Run It See All 5 ||4:44|| $0.99|
|21||Put Ya Signs See All 3||4:21|| $0.99|
|22||What's Next (Outro) See All 2||1:53|| $0.99|
When the Smoke Clears buy CD music Customer Reviews
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This album sounds way different from Chapter 2 World Domination but Its still fie. On this CD they move further from their horrorcore sound to more gangsta buck type music.
By realtalkoftop (gadsden, al, usa)
They is got some rythm but have a dark secret. I think I'm gonna stop lisenin to them from satanic accusations I've heard.
By Marlene_iskool (Carlos,Ontario,USA)
||SCORE 1 MORE FOR DA DEVIL!|
Anotha classic from them boys in Memphis who keep it real like no other! Crunk from start to finish fasho. Numbas 10 and 21 just unbelievable! They asked years ago "is it too much? Are u ready for us?" Keep it comin HCP! And special shout out to tha Scarecrow Lord Infamous!
By southern_style22 (Pine Bluff,AR)
this album is the best three 6 mafia album ever. the beats are hard hitting and the lyrics are raw it features all the original members like lord infamous, koopsta knicca, gangsta boo, juciy j, dj paul, and chruchy black.
By demyounganz (GADSDEN,AL,USA)
one of the best ever. way better than whats on the radio today
By tim (A-Town, GA)
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When the Smoke Clears songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1110887|
|Release Date||Jun 13, 2000|
|Producer||DJ Paul; Juicy J|
|Recording Time||73 minutes|
Also: Insane Clown Posse, Ugk, Project Pat, Mr. Serv-On, Kurt Clayton, Fiend, La Chat, Lil' Pat, Twizted, Big Gipp, Hypnotize Camp Posse, Twisted
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|Da End CD (1996)
When the Smoke Clears songs Da End furthers the horrorcore style that Three 6 Mafia had unveiled on their cult favorite Mystic Stylez debut, except here the overall tone is one of outright violence rather than eerie ominousness. Moreover, the sound quality here is much improved, as producers Juicy J and DJ Paul lay down the sort of hard-hitting, bottom-heavy beats that would define not only the remainder of their career but that of the entire Dirty South movement that would soon blossom. Much like the very similar Chapter 2 album that would follow within a year's time, the balance here between the underground essence of Mystic Stylez, typified by the horrorcore lyrics and haunting ambience, and the accessibility of latter-day Three 6 Mafia, typified by the markedly improved sound quality and more developed song structures, makes Da End an excellent starting point for the uninitiated. Discriminating consumers, however, should note that several of the better songs here would be reprised on the more widely available Chapter 2. ~ Jason Birchmeier
Personnel: DJ Paul (vocals, keyboards, scratches); Juicy J (vocals, scratches).
Audio Mixer: Niko Lyras.
Recording information: Ardent Studio; Cotton Row; Deep Digital Studio; Prophet Studios.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Crunchy Black; Gangsta Boo; Koopsta Knicca; Lord Infamous.
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|Chapter 2: World Domination CD (1997) Top Seller
When the Smoke Clears buy CD music Hailing from Memphis, Three 6 Mafia came up in the southern underground scene, garnering a rabid following as their renown approached nationwide status. CHAPTER 2: WORLD DOMINATION is a bold, ambitious declaration; the title speaks for itself and goes a long way towards explaining what the Three 6 has in store for the unsuspecting public.
Though the emphasis is obviously on the group's mesmerizing vocal acrobatics, this is nonetheless a very musical album, filled with rich, snaky bass lines, synth pads, and creative vocal arrangements galore. Comparisons to the tongue-twisting styles of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are inevitable (though Three 6 Mafia claims to be the originator), particularly in the rapid-fire staccato phrasings of "Prophet Posse" as the Mafia trades off lines, giving each a different rhythmic feel. "I Ain't Cha Friend" opens with slowed down, ominous-sounding bible quotations and becomes pure horrorcore, with eerie keyboards and vocals. The battle of the sexes heats up on "Watcha Do," which counters the standard misogyny of rap in a hard-fought war of words featuring Gangsta Boo, Three 6 Mafia's voice of womanhood. As her venomous rap asserts, it's a struggle like any other, and Three 6 Mafia is ready for war.
Lyricist: Gangsta Boo.
Personnel: DJ Paul , Juicy J (vocals, programming); Gangsta Boo, Koopsta Knicca, Lord Infamous (rap vocals); DJ E-Z Rock, Slice Tee, Steve Pitts (programming).
Photographer: Julions Carr.
Unknown Contributor Role: Crunchy Black.
Three 6 Mafia: D.J. Paul, Juicy "J" (programming); Gangsta Boo, Crunchy Black, Koopsta Knicca, Lord Infamous.
Additional personnel: Slisce Tee, E-Z Rock, Steve Pitts (programming).
Mista Don't Play: Everythangs Workin CD (2001) Top Seller
When the Smoke Clears album for sale As a member of the infamous Three 6 Mafia clique, Project Pat is bound to tear up the club with anything he releases. His third solo album, MISTA DON'T PLAY, is no different. While his previous solo joints received regional praise, the success that the Three 6 Mafia has recently experienced with the hit single "Sippin' on Syrup" is bound to grant him much larger exposure.
The lead-off single "Chicken Heads" is Project Pat's new claim to fame. Pat is at his best revelling in the song's pimped out story. Not that the thug anthems "Break the Law" and "We Can Get Gangsta" are missing anything, because they offer the same crunk feel as most Three 6 records. With MISTA DON'T PLAY, Project Pat delivers yet another Southern classic.
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Recorded at Hypnotize Minds Studio, Memphis, Tennessee.
Personnel: Project Pat (vocals); Crunchy Black, DJ Paul , La' Chat, Juicy J, Lord Infamous, Three 6 Mafia (vocals).
Recording information: Hypnotize Minds Studio, Memphis, TN.
Photographer: Steve Roberts .
Personnel includes: Project Pat, La Chat, Three 6 Mafia, Crunchy Black, Juicy "J", Lord Infamous, DJ Paul, Hypnotize Posse Camp, Namond Lumpkin, Edgar Fletcher.
Ghetty Green CD (1999) Top Seller
When the Smoke Clears CD music There are also some killer posse cuts like "Ballers," featuring the Big Tymers, Hot Boyz, and Three 6 Mafia; "Choppers," featuring B.G. and the Big Tymers; and "Rinky Dink/Whatever Ho," which features the Hypnotize Camp Posse. GHETTY GREEN packs plenty of punch, even for big-time Southern heavyweights.
With the signing of Project Pat, Loud Records, a label usually known for cutting-edge East Coast hip-hop like Wu Tang Clan and Mobb Deep, branched out to the South. The 20-track GHETTY GREEN is straight South ghetto-style hip-hop, laced with the smooth yet creative MC style of Project Pat. Sprinkled with guest spots from artists like Noreaga & Tear The Club Up Thugs ("Represent It"), Krayzie Bone ("Up There"), and Gangsta Boo ("Slangin' Rocks"), this collection will satisfy from start to finish.
Southern Rap;Feat.Noreaga,Hot Boyz,Gangsta Boo,Krazie Bone++
Personnel includes: Project Pat (rap vocals); Juvenile, Hot Boyz, Noreaga, Crucial Conflict, Three 6 Mafia, Gangsta Boo, Krayze Bone.
|Mystic Stylez CD (1995)
When the Smoke Clears buy CD music When Three 6 Mafia released Mystic Stylez, the album that's widely seen as their full-length debut, it didn't make too many waves. After all, it was released independently in 1995, a time when indie rap labels struggled to break out of their local markets, and furthermore, the group was from Memphis of all places and their style was far from the mainstream -- very far. Yet years later, Mystic Stylez stands out as a definitive effort, defining not only what the collective would base its future empire upon but also the horrorcore style of hardcore rap that thrived among the underground scenes outside of New York during the era (e.g., Esham in Detroit, Brotha Lynch Hung in Sacramento, etc.). It's one of those albums that came and went during its initial release yet became a cult classic years later. Mystic Stylez became so for several reasons, among them the album's overall eerie tone, producers Juicy J and DJ Paul's Dirty South-defining lo-fi beats, and the group's downright confrontational rhetoric. Throughout the album, Three 6 Mafia embraces one taboo after another, often many at once, mainly violence ("Tear da Club Up"), drugs ("Now I'm Hi, Pt. 3"), sex ("Porno Movie"), and occultism ("Mystic Stylez"). All of this would be sheer exploitation for the sake of exploitation if not for the craft, especially in terms of production. And if you want evidence that there's more to Mystic Stylez than shock value, listen to "Da Summa," a calm moment of respite amid the thundering chaos that very well could be seen as the Memphis underground version of "It Was a Good Day" or the countless other laid-back summertime anthems of the mid-'90s. For the most part though, Three 6 Mafia is hell-bent here, literally, and that in itself was novelty enough for its time. Years later, in the wake of the successive Dirty South explosion, you can trace back the influence of Mystic Stylez, as a myriad heedless Southerners began throwing 'bows, blazing hydro, and embracing taboos left and right. In fact, even latter-day Three 6 Mafia became a replica of itself, as they continually strived to retain the underground essence of their own beginning. [Several reissues over the years have jumbled the original track listing a bit (adding EP tracks like "Live by Yo Rep," for instance) and altered the cover art, so it's worth shopping around. In particular, the 2001 Hypnotize Minds reissue features remastered sound and is recommended.] ~ Jason Birchmeier
Additional personnel includes: Wayne Tucker (bass); Archie Luv, Ann Hines.
Three-6 Mafia includes: DJ Paul (keyboards); Juicy J.
|Choices: The Album CD (2001)
When the Smoke Clears songs This offering from the premier Memphis hip-hop crew can be seen as something of a concept album. As the title indicates, it deals with the choices one makes in life, specifically those choices made by the young urbanites that are the group's main audience. "Baby Mama," which was previously heard on the soundtrack to the John Singleton film BABY BOY, is a perfect example, an unwed-parents scenario that delves into juvenile court, child support, sugar daddies, and parental irresponsibility. "Gangsta Niggaz" represents another lifestyle choice that's all to prevalent in ghetto life, as the Mafia examines the contradictions inherent in the violent, often short life of a street criminal. The forceful rapping style and hard-hitting beats that run throughout CHOICES help the group's messages reach their targets quite effectively.
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Recorded at Hypnotize Minds Studios, Memphis Tennessee.
Personnel includes: DJ Paul, Juicy J, Ludacris, Project Pat, La' Chat, Lord Infamous, Crunchy Black, T-Rock, N.L., Gansta Boo, Hypnotize Camp Posse, Tear Da Club Up Thugs.
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