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Underground Volume 1 (1991-1994)

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Ridin' N Da Chevy
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Niggaz Ain't Barin' Dat
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Charging These Hoes
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Now I'm High, Really High
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Sucks On Dick
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Playa Hataz
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Paul, With Da 45
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Where Da Bud At
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Mask And Da Glock
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Don't Be Scared
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Time For Da Juice Mane
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Walk Up To Your House
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Yeah, They Done Fucked Up
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Talk Ya Ass Off
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Fuck All Dem Hoes
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 62:12

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Hua Hsu edits the hip-hop section of URB Magazine and writes about music, culture and politics for Slate, the Village Voice, The Wire and various other magazine...more »

05.22.11
Three 6 Mafia, Underground Volume 1 1991-1994
Label: Smoked Out - Select-O-Hits / The Orchard

There are better releases if you want to appreciate the unabashedly amped-up gore of Juicy J, DJ Paul and their fellow Memphis shock specialists in song form. But this collection of early, self-released tapes captures the future Oscar winners at their most resourceful, carefully figuring out that sinister, oozing, skin-crawl aesthetic that would become their signature. These tracks are bizarre and atmospheric, whispered or sing-sung raps atop hypnotic beats that imagine what it would have… read more »

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irishartist2006

Where can I find the slob on my knob part 1 from three six mafia. There music is great but a friend wants to know

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dis da $hit

xxxkc94

Dis defently 1 of 36 better albums. Bomb A$$ beets and all. u got 2 git ths CD wether you a first timer or a down 4 life fan

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Greatness

BanginInLittleRock

If you're just a casual fan, then I recommend tracks 1, 4, 6, and 12.

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Excellent.

AllHailTheQueen

If you are true original Three 6 Mafia fans, you will love this album. This CD always stays in my car. Much better than the new stuff they are coming out with.

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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 first volume, 1991-1994, features such underground favorites as “Ridin’ n’ tha Chevy,” “Now I’m High, Really High,” “Where da Bud At,” “Time for da Juice Mane,” and “Fuck All Dem Hoes.” 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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