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Pimp C (of UGK): The Naked Soul Of Sweet Jones

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    1. Down 4 Mine
    Producers: Cory Mo
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    2. What Up?
    featuring Drake; Bun B
    Producers: Boi-1da
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    3. Love 2 Ball
    featuring Chamillionaire
    Producers: Steve Below
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    4. Fly Lady
    featuring Jazze Pha
    Producers: Jazze Pha
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    5. Since the 90's
    featuring The Gator Main; E-40
    Producers: Big E
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    6. Dickies
    featuring Young Jeezy; Bun B
    Producers: DJ B-Do
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    7. Made 4
    featuring Too $hort
    Producers: Big E; Mike Dean
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    8. Midnight
    featuring Rick Ross; Slim Thug
    Producers: David Banner
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    9. Believe In Me
    featuring Ivory P; Cory Mo; Hezeleo; BankRoll Jones; Bub; DaUnderDawgz
    Producers: Cory Mo
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    10. Hit the Parking Lot
    featuring Webbie; Lil Boosie
    Producers: Mouse
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    11. Colors
    featuring Da UnderDawgz
    Producers: DJ B-Do
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    12. Go To War
    featuring Bun B; J-Dawg
    Producers: Steve Below
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    13. Massacre
    Producers: Vman Productions
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    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/27/2014 1:35:00 PM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
    Location: az
    Comment: cd could've been better without all the guest!
    Name: (Posted: 10/14/2010 5:09:00 AM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Yeah man, I agree. I think Trill O.G. was just an overall better collection. 5-Mic worthy. I like albums where you don't really need to skip through... From beginning to end, it was consistent. But one thing though, I think 2 of the those Steve Below tracks you mentioned were hot to me... I liked "Lights, Camera, Action" and "I Git Down 4 Mine" back to back... all the verses and that liaison in between em. That first one ended with the crowd chanting "BUN B! BUN B!" and then the next one came in... I don't know, I thought that was pretty dope...
    Name: (Posted: 10/12/2010 9:26:00 PM; Partial IP: .142.46.13)
    Location: 802
    Comment: maybe this one gives a better first initial listen high, but pound for pound, I would say bun b sinks this. comin of II trill, which I liked- 9.99 at best buy didnt hurt my feelings too much, it was fun to hear bun come wit that raw energy, havin fun recording again and shit (you can hear that in most every artist that has ever reinvigorated themselves behind the mic). the primo track was dope, I didnt mind the jeezy track, and the one with play-n-skillz was fuckkin sick to me, I love that record so much, I have no idea why. Trill O.G. will easily stand the test of time waaay better than this. although I thought steve below had an extremely weak point in the center of that Trill o.g. album with his tracks, lights cameras action, snow money, I git down 4 mine. those tracks sucked and really dragged out and dryed out that album for me. steve belows work sucked a d on that album actually, those best buy bonus tracks should have been kept in a death row vault for life. I dont know, check back in with your homie in a month or two bump both albums and see whats what. bun b takes the cake, and this was the pimp's final offering I couldnt believe that they packaged up some of his last shit wit cats like BankRoll Jones and chamillionaire and shit, that took a lot away from this album for me. PUTTIN POWDA IN THE STREETZ CAUZE I GOT BIGG FUCKKIN NUTTTS
    Name: (Posted: 10/12/2010 11:32:00 AM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Nah I feel ya mane... I know Wiki is only a quick reference point for broad info, half of it is gossip anyway. I'm the exact same way about OutKast... I got their whole discography down by memory, song by song... It just happened listening over the years. But anyway, one of my roommates just now copped this album for himself and he says he likes Pimp C's new one over Bun B's joint. I was like, "REALLY?!" I can understand it, I guess, it's his opinion, both of 'em got some knock...
    Name: (Posted: 10/11/2010 6:03:00 PM; Partial IP: .142.46.13)
    Location: 802
    Comment: word man, I aint mean to be a sniveling nerd about it LOL. but I happened to be real close to my ugk collection when typing that shit, I had to set the facts straight, tho I went a little all out with it. sometimes I cant help it with hip hop knowledge on the line, it seems as if the mecca has touched u too so you gotta semi-get where i'm coming from. yea I had it figured it was wiki u had looked at, I checked that shit right after posting. cocksuckers. reliable 80% of the time. they fuck up a good amount with hip hop production credits tho. if u need to know and you dont have the cd, which most times you should!, discogs is the way to go baby
    Name: (Posted: 10/10/2010 8:55:00 PM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Oh ok, ThermanMerman LOL That was a funny ass movie too "...can't you see I'm on MY FUCKIN LUNCH BREAK!!!" Hey you would better than I would, I ain't gon argue. I'll admit I just looked it up real quick on Wikipedia... It listed all those producers AND Pimp C on each track, so I was assuming he was the executive producer. Either way, dope album.
    Name: (Posted: 10/10/2010 11:10:00 AM; Partial IP: .142.46.13)
    Location: 802
    Comment: yo c'mon aura you a pretty well read hip hop head, but get you ugk production facts right. this shit comin straight from the liner notes to ridin dirty: 3 in the mornin' prod. by sergio, touched ft. 3-2 prod. by N.O. Joe, Fuck My Car, That's Why I Carry ft. N.O. Joe both prod by N.O. Joe hi life prod. by n.o. joe & pimp c. and the opener one day was co-produced by pimp c & 3-2. althouugh he still produced the thunderous banger Murder and the rest of the tracks by hisself. the only album pimp c has ever done completely was Supertight. that was completely all pimp c production besides the the last track three sixteens w/ dj dmd co-produced by dj dmd. Oh yeah the names ThermanMerman, like billy bob & bad santa. Could I Would I Should I Break 'Em???? I WANNA CHOP BLADES
    Name: (Posted: 10/10/2010 8:05:00 AM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Hey ManmerMan, you probably right... They probably have squeezed all they can out of Pimp's newest material... But I wouldn't mind hearing some mixes of his old stuff either. That '96 Ridin Dirty album is my all-time UGK favorite... already... 3 in the mornin, smokin' & leanin'... And I didn't even realize Pimp C produced that whole album until I looked it up just now...
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/7/2010 2:58:00 PM; Partial IP: 227.159.42)
    Location: Wesloco USA
    Comment: RIP PimpC, every record he made is tha shit cd!!!!!! The Dirty Dirty South Big Texas baby Rio Grande Valley Weslaco Tx 956.....
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/6/2010 6:36:00 PM; Partial IP: .142.46.13)
    Location: 802
    Comment: pretty dope. a little bit of a big-budget-slapped-together sound here. despite the appearance of the guest appearances most of them are authentic choices the pimp would have/ already has collaborated with. besides gator main and drake probably. I agree wit you j-aura, not a fan of drake by any means, or a hater (because that's just as trivial and worthless, it just adds to the problem and gives him more shine) but he was very listenable on the what up? track. he was pretty good. Even though he was on a Canadian teen soap opera! (and no that does not mean he has quality acting skills) despite having the most quality songs and some album crafting oriented spitting from pimp (ironically its the best on an album that came out after he died), its a little hard to accept this as a last pimp c offering. dude was too legendary to go out as forgettably average as this. I mean im feeling the album a lot, but I know after a few months its comin out of the car and it wont be strong enough to ever make it off my shelf after that. I mean dude had no beats on the album. that really blew. I couldnt believe that he didnt have at least a few skeletons of beats for mike dean, or cory mo or steve below or B-Doe or somebody couldn't have finished up and co-prodcued on. I mean seriously what the fuck. pimp to me is the king of south beats. what can fuck with his dirty muffled bluesy guitar. his work on the track "Chrome Plated Woman" is the epitome of his production body to me. I dont know j-aura due to statements made by bun for the past few years that there was the last ugk and then the last pimp c album following, and the fact that he didn't have any production on this album, I think this is it. I think the barrel was scraped for the past few releases. I would love to see another ugk release. but honestly a ugk release without a pimp beat would be fuckin blasphemy. and the last "post-humous" ugk album only had a couple of pimp c's beats and they all had co-production credit. I think we might be fucked there man. but I would rather nothing else than sit through a ugk release more boring and dry and somehow worse than that piece of shit they dropped in '01 dirty money. but aside from that, it was beautiful to hear the pimp spit some shit, dude was such a unique lively creative talent. RIP Chad "i bought my first key off my baby momma's brother" still bang that shit 18 years later! Cocaine in the back of my ride YEAH MOTHAFUCCKA
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/6/2010 5:36:00 PM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: LONG LIVE THE PIMP!!! Underground Kingz! I'm glad to see he still had a lot of material to release posthumous... Hopefully there's a lot more so Bun B can make one more UGK album with it... Overall, it's not better than Bun B's newest release, Trill O.G. But the album's still got some solid smooth grooves. Pimp C always comes with that raw energy and some of the guests came in a little better than I expected. Drake (I'll admit) shined through on "What Up", Ross and Slim Thug did their thing proper on "Midnight". E-40 and Too Short too... The track "Dickies" is my favorite so far... If you ain't got an ear for some good organic Southern music, then of course, you won't like it. But this album warms my soul to see Pimp C enjoyin life after death... UGK 4 Life and I'm out...
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