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Three 6 Mafia And Fiend Presents : Da Headbussaz - Dat's How It Happen To'm

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It's Bought To Happen To'm
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Where They Hang
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U See We Poe
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Head Bussaz
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How To Get Rid Of A Dead Body
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That's How It Happen To'm
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Powder Cake
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Get The F. Out My Face
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Smoke If U Got It
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Hands On Ya
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Ruffest Niggaz Out
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Crap Table
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Crown Me
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Gone Be Sum Shit
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U See We Poe (Screwed)
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Hypnotize Minds And Friends Ent.
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 61:41

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track 15

leftenant

the screwed down version of u see we poe is unmissable. purchase, turn up mids & volume, play. btw fiend pops up on curren$y's pilot talk II mixapte from earlier this year. also hot, but not of the caliber of track 15. fiend is kindof the odb of the south.

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Boi yall sleep...nah yall dead

yonologoho

this that shit...my favorite 3-6 cd, all cause of fiend, the dopest nigga in tha south...what yall talkin bout

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Could've Been A Classic

BanginInLittleRock

...but Fiend ruins this album. He ruins every song. He sucks and cannot rap and doesn't fit in with any of the beats. With that said, I still recommend this album. There's some great beats on here and this is definitely a must have for any Three 6 fan. Just turn it down whenever Fiend starts flowing.

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