Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Tear Da Club Up Thugs|
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
MgiB | Slc, UT | 09/30/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great album to get you hyped. The production is bangin and dj paul and juicy j kill it. just listen to it and you dont get excited, somethin is wrong. it is a great follow up for the "chapter 2: world domination" album. it gives the fan a good 3-6 fix
"THE BEST OF HYPNOTIZE MINDS/ THREE 6 MAFIA"
Rocks In My Socks | Cleveland | 04/12/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
""Crazyndalazdayz" wasn't welcomed when it first came out, mainly due to the lead single "Hypnotize Cash Money," which was only average at best. However, "Slob on My Knob" became an underground club anthem during 1999/2000. Unfortunately, the rest of the album never recieved nearly as much attention as it deserved. This was a different type of album for 3-6, who paired Paul, J, and Lord Infamous to form Tear Da Club Up Thugs. Unlike previous efforts, Crazyndalazdayz concentrated less on the demonic raps, and more on club-oriented cuts with heavy bass. Whereas "Ch. 2: World Domination" had a lot more of an eerie sound, this album featured angrier and drug-fueled subject matter. This is by far 3-6's most aggressive album, and it's shocking that it didn't catch the mainstream's appeal. For any fan that is just starting to get into 3-6, this is the opportune starting point since the material still sounds relatively new. The production is top-knotch, unlike previous efforts such as Prophet Posse's "Body Parts." Some other standout tracks include "Smoked Out (ft. Twista)," "Wet Party (ft. Spice 1)," "Big Business," "Triple Six Clubhouse," "N*ggas Worst Downfall," and "I'm Losing It," which samples some dialogue from "The Usual Suspects." For all 3-6 fans, this is the closest I've heard to a Lord Infamous solo album; he is showcased on this album more than any other rapper."
g-dawg | daytona fl | 04/23/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a tight cd. I highly recommend this cd. it frickin awesome"