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My Life & Freaky Times album for sale by Luke / Uncle Luke was released Jul 20, 2011 on the Luke label. Unhappy with the lack of respect the hip-hop community has given him, Luther Campbell decided 2006 was the year he'd stop being a recording artist and move on to his true calling, porno magazines and XXX films. Saying goodbye with the three-disc My Life & Freaky Times won't earn him any more respect, since the audio book portion of the collection -- two discs out of the three -- spends a lot of time gossiping, often sounding like a sloppier version of Karrine Steffans' tell-all book Confessions of a Video Vixen. My Life & Freaky Times CD music is a 4-disc set with 48 songs. ...See Full Description
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||still doing his thing.|
best great throwback album. keep doing your thing luke.
By schnema (miami)
||what else can i say about Unlce Luke but one of the greatest|
this Album just shows how funny, serious and just how Uncle Luke from the soul, what ever the man dose is great his just a champ.
By schoolz_most_hated (Vic, Australia)
|Have you heard this album?
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Recording information: Baseline Studios, New York, NY; Manhattan Beach Studios, New York, NY; Reddline Studios, Staten Island, NY.
Director: Ghostface Killah.
Editor: Christos Tsantilis.
Photographers: Tai Linzie; F. Scott Schafer.
Personnel: Big O, Jonathan Doyle (vocals); Rob Mathes (guitar); Tom Timko (alto saxophone); Jeff Kievit (trumpet); Birch Johnson (trombone); Candice Wilson (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Ryan West; Jason Goldstein; Nikos Teneketzis; Gimel Keaton.