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Mobb Deep - The Infamous (BMG Music, 1995) (Thanks "Stewie Da Bo$$").
Infamous is the second studio album by American metal band Motionless in White. The album was produced by Jason Suecof and Tim Sköld and was released on November 13, 2012. The album's track-listing was revealed on September 20, 2012. The album leaked on October 8, 2012, more than one month before its planned release, causing a huge discussion among the band's fanbase. Infamous charted at on the Billboard 200, on Top Rock Albums, on Top Independent Albums, and on Top Hard Rock Albums
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Jumpin Jack Flash (Blu-ray). We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. A computer operator (Goldberg) at a bank is plunged into an exciting world of international intrigue, danger and romance when her terminal gets an . from quot;Jumpin' Jack Flash,quot; a British spy stranded in Eastern Europe. She is soon matching wits with the deadliest members of the CIA to the KGB. Jon Lovitz and Jim Belushi co-star in this suspenseful, fast-paced and murderously funny comedy. Jumpin Jack Flash (Blu-ray)
One of the cornerstones of the New York hardcore movement, The Infamous is Mobb Deep's masterpiece, a relentlessly bleak song cycle that's been hailed by hardcore rap fans as one of the most realistic gangsta albums ever recorded. Given Mobb Deep's youthful age and art-school background, it's highly unlikely that The Infamous is drawn strictly from real-life experience, yet it's utterly convincing, because it has all the foreboding atmosphere and thematic sweep of an epic crime drama. Similarly, there's little pleasure or relief offered in the picture of the streets Mobb Deep paints here: They inhabit a war zone where crime and paranoia hang constantly in the air.
Aah Lord Infamous the motherfucking Scarecrow In the (?) house, ya bitch And you punk ass motherfuckers finna get beat the fuck down. I got some brass knuckles For the bitch who try to fuck with me Got a steel tote for the nigga who try to duck me Walls stained with brains from the bitch that owe me Say she got some static, slip and get that tag on the toe, see I ain't the type of motherfucker that real
Progressive Death Metal. Here is where we dwell Crawling in disgust Wrenches in our hell Suffocate lust High above the towers Ugly, fat and mad Braindead he devours All the things we had. Curse that damned election When he took the throne And our twilight future Scares us to the bone. Here we are Stalk the streets Day by day Dangerous Merciless Out for prey In our street We are law So obey Take your bucks Take your wife No espace. Chaingang Chaingang Chaingang Chaingang. Hello, Victims Give us all you've got We rape We kill We don't give a fuck.
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