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Gravediggaz: 6 Feet Deep

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    1. Just When You Thought It Was Over (Intro)
    Producers: Prince Paul
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    2. Constant Elevation
    Producers: Prince Paul
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    3. Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide
    featuring Don McKenzie; Gerald Whaley; Kurious
    Producers: Prince Paul
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    4. Defective Trip (Trippin')
    featuring Biz Markie; MC Serch (of 3rd Bass)
    Producers: Prince Paul
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    5. 2 Cups Of Blood
    Producers: Prince Paul
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    6. Blood Brothers
    Producers: Gatekeeper (aka Frukwan)
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    7. 360 Questions (Interlude)
    Producers: Prince Paul
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    8. 1-800 Suicide
    Producers: Prince Paul
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    9. Diary Of A Madman
    featuring Killah Priest (of Sunz of Man); Shabazz The Disciple
    Producers: Rza (of Wu-Tang Clan); RNS; Prince Paul
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    10. Mommy, What's A Gravedigga?
    Producers: Prince Paul
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    11. Bang Your Head
    Producers: Prince Paul
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    12. Here Comes The Gravediggaz
    Producers: Mr. Sime
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    13. Graveyard Chamber
    featuring Dreddy Kruger; Killah Priest (of Sunz of Man); Shabazz The Disciple
    Producers: Rza (of Wu-Tang Clan)
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    14. Deathtrap
    featuring Masta Ace
    Producers: Prince Paul
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    15. 6 Feet Deep
    Producers: Rza (of Wu-Tang Clan); Gravediggaz
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    16. Rest In Peace (Outro)
    Producers: Prince Paul
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    Total Comments: 5
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 6/25/2013 12:36:00 AM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
    Location: az/ hell
    Comment: Had this long time ago, their second album is better!
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 1/6/2013 2:08:00 AM; Partial IP: .70.109.23)
    Location: hamilton,ontario canada
    Comment: great fuckin album,this was when horrorcore was starting to get recognized as a style of hip hop along w/flatlinerz,only now its more of a style for guys like necro,icp,brotha lynch hung and other ones like that.but this album got it recognized 1st(even though geto boys were doing this style they never really got the credit for it.)
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 12/14/2012 1:55:00 AM; Partial IP: 7.5.255.84)
    Location: Detroit
    Comment: This is a very fun album.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/27/2012 10:49:00 PM; Partial IP: 11.231.194)
    Location: CALI
    Comment: RIP Anthony Berkeley aka Poetic aka Grym Reaper. Prince Paul takes another Approach to production in 94 with horrorcore, seems to fit the lyrical style of the RZArecta. You wont hear him rhyme like that anymore, but am pumped to see 'The Man With The Iron Fist'. With all the hype about Odd Future and Gravediggaz, lot of kids gotta do their Homework before they say anything stupid. Coming off with the persona of this type of style aint original for Odd Future so respect is due to the pioneers of this style for paving the way. I personally think the Gravediggaz were more intense with their delivery and rhymes and imagery in their lyrics. Im biased because I grew up on the best of the 90's Hip Hop. The production between Gravediggaz and Odd future in comparison from now to then are completely different. Its typical for groups like Odd Future to use the same drum patterns and how they use it like every other groups in the mainstream in 2012 with the note repeat on high hats and its so played out as oppose to using funk drum break loop samples and keepin it raw the way it is. The choice of drum machine Prince Paul used was the MPC 3000 a solid machine sounding dirty. Today's technology through computers for producing has surpassed the days of the stand alone drum machine. I prefer the nice an dirty sounding sp 1200s and the Akai MPCs and a whole lot of sampling from obscure records to create sound collages. Coming back to this album for me is nostalgic because it came out in a time the internet was not established yet and the users experience is in a whole lot different situation as to compared to the high quanity downloading of the digital age from the internet and easy search engines, digging and discovering is all too easy nowadays.
    Name: (Posted: 9/10/2010 2:21:00 PM; Partial IP: 40.220.253)
    Location: queens
    Comment: i remember back in 1994 I was ten when I first saw the promo for this shit I was like what the fuck wanted this album bad but I was messing up in school so years later I got this classic lp at that time iv seen another video promo by this group called the flatlinerz too horrorcore was just being experince by alot of bizzer rappers coming out even now as im starting to venter into this stuff alot of white dudes are putting out all this horrorcore shit and im not even dissing anybody its just that the first group that put put this sick gern are the flatlinerz cause prince paul was going thur some hard times but this group was way better then wu-tang in my eyes so nuff respect to this classic
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