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Juvenile Hill
Mobb Deep
Juvenile Hill
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
 
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All Artists: Mobb Deep
Title: Juvenile Hill
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Fontana Island
Original Release Date: 4/13/1993
Release Date: 4/13/1993
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Styles: East Coast, Gangsta & Hardcore, Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 016244405327

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The beginning
T | DMAFB, AZ United States | 10/31/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

""juvenile hell" is the gate-way to mobb's world. most of the peeps think that "the infamous" if the mobb's first album but if u didn't cop "juvenile hell", then ur missing a big piece of mobb deep's life story because they describe their lifestyle as youngsters struggling to get to the top. this album is good as any mobb deep cuz it still contains the dark grimy beats and their unique way of expressing their thoughts. a must get!"
Welcome to the project hallways of juvenile hell you won't s
qnzgrimiest | queens,ny | 02/05/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"this is their first album people,not the infamous which was a classic album,but this is when they were 18-19 and the production is dark as hell for 1993,this is when they were hungry,its not fair for people to judge them for this album,if anything this album is iller than the stuff they putting out since they're with g-unot,to me this album is more of a demo than an album,but you should definetely check this album out to see how they sound back in 1992-1993,they recorded this album in 1992 and released it in 1993,standout tracks are me and my crew(dark beat),locked in spofford(spofford is a juvenile detention center in the bronx),peer pressure(produced by dj premier,,better than the remix,and i was shocked to hear primo makin this track,it fits them),and hold down the fort(my favorite track and a dark beat),also on the song stomp em out its big noyd's first appearance.recommended for fans of mobb deep,new york hip hop,and 90's hip hop,don't sleep this album is grimey as hell and dark."
One hell of a debut
Nuisance | Miami | 03/16/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This debut album marks the beginnings of the duo to come out of Queens. Havoc and Prodigy sounded better here than they did on Blood Money. Standout Tracks: tracks like Locked In Spofford, Hold Down The Fort, B***H A** N***A, Flavor For The Non Believes show that even back then Prodigy and Havoc were holding their own with rugged and raw rhymes. They even have a great song of substance called Peer Pressure(both the original and The Large Professor remix are cool with me)where they talk about just that. Other notable recordings Project Hallways and Stomp Em Out(Big Noyd steals the show). Filler: the only track I dont feel is Me And My Crew. The beat is dope but the rhymes were not. Bottom Line: Mobb Deep fans should not miss out on this classic debut from M O B B. It was good for the time it came out and it is better than the albums and mixtapes they are putting out now."