Lord's verses on both songs send my mind into another dimension. Did it meet your expectations? Background Three 6 Mafia :Underground Vol. This is your chance to be a critic. Either way, the duo creeps us all out inside their lyrical house of horrors on the song. These tracks were originally released regionally back in the early '90s, predating 's name change to in 1995. This well we'll be listening to by. Between 1991-2001, Three 6 Mafia carved their own lane within hip-hop by meshing the sounds of gangster rap, Memphis soul, deep, dark 808s, haunting keys, and horror movie samples.
A special honorable mention goes to the intro on their fifth album, is worth a look as well. The group's bone shattering no pun intended , verses are also quite dynamic, proving that Three 6 weren't the only group hold the M-Town down. Remember, people who participate in the discussion in a meaningful way are entered into a drawing to select next week's album! Why do you like this album? The samples from the original Halloween film enhances the all-too-creepy storytelling, making this one of the more underrated horror songs in hip hop. I definitely plan on getting into all the members solo work eventually, there's just so much of it. Please keep any top level comments to 140+ characters unless you have a simple question to ask about the album. Selector: Album: Three 6 Mafia - Underground Vol. In their catalogue before Mystic Stylez, there are plenty of gems that could've made the cut, not to mention previously unreleased tracks that will never see the light of day.
See if the bloodcurdling scratches mixed with screams make your skin crawl. It's perhaps most interesting to hear how the Memphis group would later reprise elements of these recordings. At the tail end came their most polished series of unreleased gems, Underground Vol. And while their very first tape shows a clear influence from N. Backed by samples from The Usual Suspects, Lord, the self-proclaimed Kaiser Soze, takes us on a psychological journey as he's in a losing battle with his mind against the devil.
Two of the best songs, and aren't on Spotify for some reason so make not to miss them. As such, the tracks are very lo-fi and uncompromising, even for. What is your first impression? I, on the other hand, loved Powder The Higher Version. So for both old fans and people wanting to check out what influenced today's Memphis revival rappers this has a lot to offer. His intriguing solo cut from their album Chpt. It all goes awry for him and his accomplice as he awakens in a ditch, waiting for janitor to dig him out, but was suddenly murdered and dumped in the same ditch, leaving him buried alive.
The low-key Bone Thugs diss grabbed listeners by the earlobes and dragged them through a terrifying soundscape of suspense and pure terror. Her stronger and more gritter approach, albeit a much softer voice at the time, made her a compatible contrast to Gangsta Boo. Explain why you like it or why you don't. But, the Mafia 6 comes to slay with their elaborate verses in tandem with one another, plotting another armed robbery. While Three 6 Mafia as a unit were never known for their storytelling, Lord Infamous was an underrated scribe with street tales, and gruesome exploits, from the stuff of nightmares.
The dreamy, infectious beat lures the listener in as if The Sandman, or worse, was presenting them with everything they could ever desire — especially with the 808s and haunting chorus. Finally, Sleep and Mindstate are just off the charts crazy. . Avoid vague statements of praise or criticism. It's doesn't get brought up much when talking about Three 6 but I think it has some essential tracks and compares strongly against more popular releases like Underground Vol. One could even say that it is in the same fashion as when Wu-Tang often brought us into a hip-hop dojo in Staten Island on Enter the Wu-Tang 36 Chambers. This album is not really underground like the others, more remade tracks than remastered, but that's a bonus for me because it sounds like they were all in the studio together rather than piecing together an album from old tapes.
My friends seemed to like Smokin On Da Dro way more than I did. Long before the 6-double-6 was formed, Paul and Lord broke out locally as The Serial Killaz. Have you listened to this tape before? Lil E wasn't featured on enough tracks. This version of Grab Da Gauge was nice, although I prefer the Come With Me To Hell version. In graphic and immersive detail, Paul sets up a very violent armed robbery, turned murder, of a local drug dealer with the help of Crunchy Black, Lord Infamous, and Koopsta Knicca none delivered verses, but appeared during the closing skit.
The songs are either previously unreleased songs from the early to mid-1990s or songs that didn't make the final cut for their album, When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1. What are the best tracks? Beginning in 1999, Smoked Out Music began compiling many of 's previously released underground mix tape recordings as on the multi-volume series. It's a wild and compelling tale from the darkest imagination of Lord Infamous that will deeply resonate, long after the song ends. Never really felt the M. I listened to Mystic Stylez maybe 3 months ago, and I've been making my way through their work slowly.
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