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Underground 1
Three 6 Mafia
Underground 1
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
 
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All Artists: Three 6 Mafia
Title: Underground 1
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Smoked Out Records
Original Release Date: 3/16/1999
Release Date: 3/16/1999
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Styles: Southern Rap, Pop Rap, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 097037999124
 

CD Reviews

Tight Underground Muzik
O.C.T. TX | Dallas, TX USA | 12/27/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This cd is for true Mafia Fans. It is a collection of a few of Three 6's underground tracks from the early 90's. Lot's of the tracks are just instrumentals but the beats are real bumpin'. Here's what I think about each track:
-Ridin' N' Da Chevy (Laid back track with a slow, hypnotic beat)
-N*gaz ain't Barrin' Dat (Instrumental-the beat is real tight)
-Charging These Hoez (Aight song w/ DJ Paul)
-Now I'm High, Really High (Koopsta Knicca verse is weird but tight)
-Sucks On D*** (Instrumental-Beat is clean)
-Playa Hataz (Beat is TIGHT! Real hardcore song)
-Paul, With Da 45 (Instrumental-Beat is clean)
-Where Da Bud At (I think this is the best of Lord Infamous' Bud Smokin' songs, beat is clean)
-Mask And Da Glock (I really liked Lil' Glock & S.O.G., and I don't know what happened to them. This song is clean.)
-Don't Be Scared (Funny song by Juicy J)
-Time For Da Juice Mane (Instrumental-Tight azz beat)
-Walk Up To Yo House (Bumpin' gangsta song)
-Yeah, They Done F*ed Up (Instrumental-Alright song)
-Talk Yo Ass Off (Tight song by DJ Paul)
-F* All Dem Hoez (Tight song-Juicy J's verse is funny)
I love this cd. Some people may not like it-including the fans of today's commercial rap music. But fans of Three 6 should check it out."
The Dopest Three 6 Mafia Album
Tha Undaground King | Richmond, VA | 09/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Real Hypnotize fans will love this album. It is the tightest H.C.P. album ever, and the tracks are from the early days. There isn't a single song on here that you'll wanna skip, and if you're into the REAL gangsta music, this album will have you "real buck, real buck". The hard, grimmy beats, and dark lyrics can surely have you ready to take care of the hatas in your city. Cliche rap fans need not apply, this is the real underground dope stuff. If you think that G-Unit is the best label, this album isn't for you; Hypnotize Minds rules this rap game! Punks guard yo grills, and hatas strap up them vests, this album will even have your momma ready to hit some licks. Cop this album if you know wat's good for ya!!!!
Best Songs:
1) Paul Wit Da .45
2) Ridin' in Da Chevy
3) Playa Hataz"
How It All Started
Old School | Houston | 08/01/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is how they initiated their music. It has some tight joints like "ridin n tha chevy" "Ngz aint barrin dat" "Mask and da glock" and "where's da bud". I don't know why they deleted the part where Lord Infamous says "Come with me to hell Pt.2" on ridin on the chevy at the beginning i wonder why, cause that song was on that mixtape. It has alot of stuff from many mixtapes from paul and juice, it has some good junts but still missing songs from other tapes that i heard before. Probably cause it has many ex-mafia members like skinny pimp, gangsta blac, playa fly, mc mack, scan man. Only real fans of 36 should cop this."