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Kings Of Memphis (Underground Volume 3)

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Talkin
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F--k What You Heard
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M.E.M.P.H.I.S. (Remix)
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Da Summa (Remix)
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Smokin On Da Dro
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Powder (The Higher Version)
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Grab The Gauge
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Wonabees
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Lock Down
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Jealous Azz B-tch
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Niggaz Down 2 Make Some Endz
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South Memphis B-tch
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Pass That Junt
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Love To Make A Stang
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Sleep
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Mindstate
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 67:13

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3 6 4 life

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love wonabees three 6 mafia gets me hyper!

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3 6 4 life

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love wonabees three 6 mafia gets me hyper!

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Classic Three 6

BanginInLittleRock

Not a bad album at all. Tracks 12 through 15 are must haves. Track 15 has a great bass line and the Triple 6 "tick" is in all of em.

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Beginning in 1999, Smoked Out Music began compiling many of Three 6 Mafia’s previously released underground mix tape recordings as Triple 6 Mafia on the multi-volume Underground series. These tracks were originally released regionally back in the early ’90s, predating Triple 6 Mafia’s name change to Three 6 Mafia in 1995. As such, the tracks are very lo-fi and uncompromising, even for Three 6 Mafia. It’s perhaps most interesting to hear how the Memphis group would later reprise elements of these recordings. The third volume, Kings of Memphis, features such underground favorites as “Fu*k What U Heard,” “M.E.M.P.H.I.S.,” “Da Summa,” “Grab tha Gauge,” and “South Memphis B*tch.” If you’re new to Three 6 Mafia, these Underground compilations aren’t the place to initiate yourself; however, longtime fans curious to investigate the group’s beginnings should find these recordings of particular interest. – Jason Birchmeier

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