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Chapter II: Family Reunion
Mo Thugs
Chapter II: Family Reunion
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
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No Description Available. Genre: Soul/R&B Media Format: Compact Disk Rating: PA Release Date: 26-MAY-1998


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All Artists: Mo Thugs
Title: Chapter II: Family Reunion
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Ruthless (Red)
Original Release Date: 5/26/1998
Release Date: 5/26/1998
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Styles: Contemporary Blues, Gangsta & Hardcore, Pop Rap, Contemporary R&B, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 088561163228, 5099748985224


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No Description Available.
Genre: Soul/R&B
Media Format: Compact Disk
Rating: PA
Release Date: 26-MAY-1998

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I CHOSE MO THUGS:Family Reunion Y'ALL!
ykh | Canada | 07/10/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Back of summer of 1998 I went to the music store, so I saw two album Mo Thugs:Family Reunion and Silkk Da Shocker.Don't know which cd I will buy,so I bought Mo Thugs 2 instead.I Listen to this whole cd at home and man!this album is awesome! the whole Mo Thugs groups has done it again,all the tracks is tight from beginning to the end.My favorite song on this album are "All Good" sing by Felecia and Krazy Bone that the first music I've heard on TV.I love this album!but where Bizzy Bone why isn't he on this album "that strange".So Mo Thugs forever man!"
One of Bones most solid efforts.....
Daniel | Cali | 02/26/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Not as strong as E.1999 Eternal or Art Of War, but just as strong as the solos and Creepin On Ah Come Up. This cd is a continuation of Family Scriptures with some brand new talent from Scant, Felecia, MT5, and Thug Queen. Again, Bone represents well on this cd like Family Scriptures. The beats are not as well produced on here as in Family Scriptures, but the lyrics are more thought out. This can be seen in "Urban Soulja" from Graveyard Shift, "All Good" from Felecia and Krayzie Bone, and "Riot" from Flesh n Bone. This album has alot of "cloudy, sad songs" on it, as the album is very family oriented and talks of pain and struggle. There are some bangers too though, such as "Mighty Mo Thug" from Soulja Boy and Layzie Bone, and "Aint Said No Names" from Krayzie Bone. Aint Said no Names sounds like an Art Of War type song. This album has the same weakness as Family Scriptures: NO bizzy bone. But Krayzie, Layzie, Flesh, and Wish represent well on here, along with the new talent they brought in. Ghetto Coyboy was kinda on the corny side, but it (the single) did spend about 12 straight weeks at #1 on the charts, LOL. And it elevated this album to over platinum status. Another good album from the Bone camp.......Pick this one up!"
Jus' pump yo fist in the air and holla, "MO!"
Daniel | 08/12/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Bone put together one hell of a family. This CD has a lot of tight tracks on it. I think it is better than the first Mo Thugs Family Scriptures. Like KBone said, they worked together as a family on this album. And we all know Bone and their originality; Ghetto Cowboy is THE most original rap song. Even if you are not a Bone fan, this is a must buy."