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8 Iz Enough - Comptons Most Wanted* - Music To Driveby (CD, Album)

Label: Orpheus Records - EK 52984,Epic - EK 52984 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Gangsta
8 Iz Enough - Comptons Most Wanted* - Music To Driveby (CD, Album)

Barcode and Other Identifiers. Barcode (Text): 5 Barcode: Label Code: LC Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL BIEM. SPARS CODE: ADD. Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): Sony Music S 15 A1. Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): Sony Music S 15 A 3. Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): Sony Music.

-Comptons Most Wanted - Music to Driveby(FULL ALBUM) ; comptons most wanted - Intro - Music To Driveby. CD, Album, Repress. Country: US. Released: Genre: Hip Hop. Style: Gangsta. Tracklist Hide Credits. 1: 8 Iz Enough and Who's Xxxxing Who? recorded at Slips X Factor Studios in Inglewood and mixed by [ ] at Big Beat.

Editors’ Notes Compton’s Most Wanted released a series of exceptional and distinctive albums in the early and mid ‘90s that are easily as compelling as the work of their more famous contemporaries. The group’s leader MC Eiht, may not have possessed the palpable charisma of Snoop Dogg, the simmering rage of Ice Cube, or the icy professionalism of the D.O.C., but he was gifted with an.

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℗ & © Sony Music Entertainment Inc. Manufactured by Epic, a division of Sony Music, Fifth Ave., P.O. Box , New York, NY All songs recorded and mixed by Mike "Webeboomindashit" Edwards at Big Beat Soundlabs except songs 6, 9 10 recorded at Slips X Factor Studios and 5 recorded and mixed at Slips X Factor Studios.

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One thought on “8 Iz Enough - Comptons Most Wanted* - Music To Driveby (CD, Album)

Zull Posted on  10:12 pm - Oct 2, 2012

"Music to Driveby" is a great album. Almost all the tracks are great, with tight beats and gangsta raps. MC Eiht drops some verses about gang life in Compton, about playing women and he also drops a few song dissing his old-time rival Compton rapper/producer DJ Quik.

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