TypeReleasedRecordedRYM RatingRanked category
ArtistTriple 6 Mafia
25 November 1994
3.74 / 5.00.5 indigenous 1,116 ratings
#85 for 1994, #3,081 overall

lo-fi, drugs, crime, violence, sexual, male vocals, nocturnal, psychedelic, raw, dark, hypnotic, lethargic, sampling, vulgar, misanthropic, rhythmic, hateful, disturbing, urban, repetitive, atmospheric, aggressive, ominous, anthemic, occult

telephone_junkie Apr 24 2012 4.00 stars
therefore staticy and weird and also sludgy and also stoned and also repetitive and fucking absurdly cool that it's basically an honorary screwtape. Gutbucket i know good hop left come warp and also crackle in the southern sun. Hyundai v shitty speakers. Preventing to purchase a huge gulp at 2 in the sweltering morning. Simply drive.

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Zephos jan 28 2010 2.50 stars
This entire album sounds choose it was videotaped in a cavern on the bottom that the sea, i m sorry is shorthand for "they had actually the shittiest recording room and products available". Yep. I'd prefer to speak it's unfair on the album offered that its material may actually be strong, yet there's hardly a method to tell under every that poor recording sound. And I even half believe that too. That seemed prefer some of this beats were in reality pretty cool (the emceeing....not for this reason much). What deserve to you do? You have the right to wait to hear to their actual first album the next year...Rating: 2.5Highlights: because that an album prefer this?....
doppz Jun 25 2021 4.00 stars
A inspection of Triple 6's finest before their slow evolution towards something of renowned appeal, away from self-released cassettes that questionable quality and also towards much more meticulously crafted horrocore LPs. Well, somewhere in that transition the magic was shed for me: Smoked the end Loced the end is DJ Paul at his finest, crunchy lo-fi beats and also stretched out samples, lord Infamous' often unsavory lyricism paired v the (almost) full ensemble that would pertained to represent Memphis' many enigmatic rap group. Secret Vol 1 is still more than likely the right location to start, but if you're daunted by the overwhelming quantity and also seeming incoherent labelling of the many, numerous tapes that came out that the Triple 6 crew alone, this is a great follow up undertaking in that direction, hitting many of the high points and introducing many of the key players in ~ the Triple 6 universe. The manufacturing is fine, i actually favor it this way for this genre, certainly better than others (like to speak DJ Sound's very first efforts), and also the approximately blood climb terrorized beats are infectious throughout.

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supreme night control music. Everything pairs this murky bass apocalypse with passing headlights and also the 7-11s splayed prefer outposts against the huge clear air, it catches the heart of Red Bull and also and wandering– even with Google Maps popping in in ~ jarring intervals (I've called my Maps voice Bellinda), this ice flourishes. I'm a distribution driver, through the way, and also night shifts space the best. Parking is easy, the customers normally want simple things, and also music is better. I don't understand why it's better, exactly, except that the confluence of nighttime's elements– darkness factoring details out, emptiness and also stillness everywhere, a soft and also moderate temperature in my (lucky, lucky) case, the mixture that weariness and charge intensifying part things and vaporizing others– enables for better concentration detailed media that's consumed passively. It's hard, even in my most violent bouts that insomnia, to read at night, but records zoom v me favor lifeblood, prefer cool air when the fact of the air i do not care stifling. Music means more that what it means in those situations, even when I'm also bleary to choose it personally in fine specificity.And as soon as you throw driving into the mix, v its evolving scenery and also its feeling of motion, you acquire something like a rollicking dream, all slow-moving motion and feeling.Ergo Smoked out Loced Out. It access time the sweet spot booked for top-notch chopped 'n' screwed music, but its slowness is organic and also intrinsic and also implicit rather than a looming fog. It's the steady, red-eyed role of DJ Screw wafting indigenous dingy basements right into the humid light of streetlights, a dim survey of the land, a gust end facts, absorbing the world and also remembering nothing, accepting every detail and returning a vacuum, nodding that is head together the world floats past, benevolent and also vague, superbly distracted, abstracted, fascinated, chill.Keeps its eyes on roadway and always signals, for all that.
"The Indo's producing illusions. The substance infesting my brain cells is leading to confusion. I picture Teflon in slow motion. It's piercing v flesh and also continues come cruising. Wait think straight, don't haste paste penetrate Face, ace sake place base, damn ns think I'm crazed terror the error, no errors within my terror, now I'm high yes, really high, mane, I'm about to shout 'Triple six, triple six, triple 6 Smoked out.'"
Taking it's moniker indigenous the standard track native the 2nd (tho it should have been first) DJ Paul and also Juicy J tape, the Mafia is assembled together for the an initial time because that a dress rehearsal for their debut "Mystic Stylez." The madness opens with "Mask and also da Glock" featuring conversation from "Carlito's Way", and also sparked by one not conveniently forgettable flip of Diana Ross "Sparkle" yes, really dope slow movement aiding the always energetic groove the the song. Yes, really solid opener, and a additional showcase the DJ Paul and J's manufacturing technique. "Walk up to Your House" is a much much more improved variation of the track from J's ice cream "Volume 10:Chronicles the Da Juiceman", quiet sparse however the sound is much an ext potent and realized here, that Mavis clip break yes, really helps the track keep the atmosphere. "Beatin' lock Hoes Down" takes latter day Bar-Kays, and also Teddy Pednergrass drones come a whole new level. "Now I'm High, really High" is quickly a highlight, really reliable Lord Infamous and Koopsta Knicca verses over fine arranged keyboard lines and also bell chimes. A Horrorcore classic. "Niggaz Ain't Barrin Dat" has really infectious production, but loops itself for over quatro minutes, can have to be a dope track. "Stash Pot" showed up earlier in Koopsta Knickas significant "The Devi's Playground" tape sporting a break from the piano outro from confidence No More's "Epic", this one is a tad more generic, yet not precisely all that much worse. Another good version that this Koopsta standard. The Gangsta Blac led "Victim of This Shit" is taken from his "Breaking the Law" tape, and also is still somewhat transmittable in this version, however had a much more memorable and less monotonous sound in the original tape. "Pimpin' and also Robbin': is taken indigenous the Gimi Sum family members tape "The Gimi Sum family II: (Da Otha Side) of the Family", crosses Lionel Ritchie v Too $hort, through lines like Swisha Sweet Spliff gain a fight of the indo blast some Henessy." "Fuck all Dem Hoes" takes one of the couple of non critical tracks native the an initial DJ Paul and also Juicy J tape, and also improves the thin production. The keyboard sound isn't among J's finest productions, but it's a hell that a lot far better than the original. "Crank Dis Bitch Up" takes it's break from the very first Ganksta N.I.P. Track, and also isn't as good, however it's to chat enough."Flaugin Azz Nigga" is just ok. Nice piano break but the rest of the track is slow and bare boned. "Squeeze mine Nuts" is simply filler, scrounging up samples native previous Ho songs favor "Lick my nuts" and "sex is mine game." typically inconsistent release that beginning off really well, few of the previous monitor are also improved ~ above in a major way. However a section of the compiled picks could have been better. By this point DJ Pau; had a riches of material. "Stash Pot" and especially "Victim of This Shit" were far better in the Knicca and Blac tapes. Gems prefer what could have to be the title track, Gangsta Black's "Armed Robbery", lord Infamous' "9mm", Juicy J's "Late last Night or Paul's own "Twist it, irradiate it, exhilaration It" might have conveniently been below in enhanced versions. Also the tape never reaches psychedelic peaks like Pauls job-related in Lil Gin's "So High" or CarMike's "Smokin." yet enough bitching. This is a solid Memphis paper featuring some of their greatest tracks. The southern Midnite Vibage is most certainly real, and this is worth her time.Fave Blasts: Mask and da Glock, Walk as much as Your House, now I'm High, really High, Niggaz Ain't Barrin' Dat, Stash Pot