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Chapter 2: World Domination [Explicit]

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 4, 1997
  • Label: Hypnotize Minds Productions
  • Copyright: 1997 Hypnotize Minds Productions
  • Total Length: 1:13:31
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B004ICLDOI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,985 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

This is Three 6 Mafia at their Absolute best!
Chris Croy
In my opinion, the best five songs on this album are Watcha Do, Late Nite Tip, Neighborhood Hoe, Tear da club up, and Will Blast.
Matt G
Even after all of these years, this is one of the best albums ever.
ecavazos

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 1, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Ok, i have over 100 rap cds, and this is my personal fav. It doesnt really get started untill song 3, which is more or less an introduction to the 6 actual members of the group(Dj Paul, Juicy J, Lord Infamous, crunchy black, gangsta boo and koopsta knicca), each member has two lines only, and the song is 1:30, but the beat is supurb. Song 4 was made strickly for the clubs, great song, especially for a mosh. Song 5(are you ready for us) is one of my personal favs, it features the dayton family. Song 6 features scan man, indo g, mc mac, m-child, project pat and other members of the Prophet posse, solid song. Song 7(motavated)is respectable) song 8 is another personal fav, it goes back to there older wicked styles, Lord infamous has an amazing verse at the end, it sounds like hes gonna run out of breath but just keeps rappin, also crunchy black throughs in a great verse. song 9, is pretty good, song 10 is pretty tight, lord infamous starts the song off with an umbleveable performance. songs11-12-13 are all respectable. Song 14 is a stand out song, its been baned in like 10 states because it started riots in the clubs. Song 15 is great, its a little slower, and was on THE END lp, song 16 is great(body Parts 2) i liked body parts 1 better but b.p. 2 is still mega bumpin, it features k-roc,M-child,Project pat, Scan man and mc mac of the kaze, droopy drew dogg definatly one of the best posse cuts ever. songs 17-18 are both good. Song 19 is a remix from THE END(great song), song 20 is a solo by my hero in the rap game, Lord Infamous, he tells a story of a psycho killer who tries to escape the loony bin but runs into a problem. Songs 21-22 are respectable as well.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By James Richey on March 10, 2006
Format: Audio CD
i have 10 three 6 mafia cd's and chapter 2: world domination is one of the best cds that i own if not the best. There is a bunch of badass songs on this cd like number 20 (anyone out there) number 19 ( n 2 deep) number 3 (will blast) number 6 (prophet posse) number 8 ( i ain't cha friend) and so on. chapter 2: world domination is an insane record so if you like three 6 or rap music in general, buy this cd. personaly, i think this is there second best record (the end flat out takes the cake) ever made. i'm 20 years old and i've been a loyal and dedicated three 6 mafia fan for about a good 5 years and this cd is unbelievable. three 6 mafia straight up get down on this cd like no other, and all this is coming from an average white kid (and m not a wigger) thats listens to everything. three 6 mafia are my favorite group/artists/producers to ever make music. i think three 6 is better than 2 pac and biggie and everyone else, because their music is so original and creative. so i recommend that anyone who appreciates music then you should buy this cd
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Quotableapathy on May 22, 2005
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Probably the best 3-6 Mafia album all around, and with the exception of "When The Smoke Clears" their last release of noteworthy material. Probably the most surprising thing about this album was that the shorter skit-type songs are among the best, from the intro "We Are Waiting" to "Will Blast" and finally DJ Paul's laid back classic "Neighborhood Ho"...all of which have that slower chill type beat that makes up the better part of the album. "Late Night Tip" (previously released on "The End") was definitely an added bonus, another great laid back no bull sh** track. The album does have some krazy crunk style songs as well, "Hit A MuthaF****" and "Tear Da Club Up" will get you wanting to break sh** and start fightin muf***as. "Prophet Posse" and "Spill My Blood" are also decent but are examples of why this album isn't 5 stars. Some of the songs are not as good as they could be lyrically, especially when i know i've heard better from 3-6. Definitely a great album but just a little short of perfection.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rocks In My Socks on April 14, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Three 6 Mafia's "Ch. 2: World Domination" was the pinnacle of their early sound. A sequel to 1996's "The End," 3-6 came even harder and more aggressive with this release. Although the production is somewhat underground in terms of quality, it works perfectly with the eerie sounding beats and violent lyrics. Every group member comes correct, including Gangsta Boo and Koopsta Knicca. As always, Lord Infamous steals the show with his rapid delivery and drug-fueled wordplay. The first standout track is "Hit a Mutha*****," which features one of the best beats to ever come out of Memphis. One of my favorite tracks is "3-6 in the Morning," which samples the beat from Ice T's similarly titled "6' N the Mornin'." "Tear da Club Up '97," which is also the album's lead single, may be the most famous rap to ever to come out of Memphis. The album concludes with an anthem for the blunt smokers, "Weed Is Got Me High." BOTTOMLINE: Ch. 2: World Domination is the monumental effort of 3-6's early work.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Miss Kentucky on October 25, 2005
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Chapter 2 was my first introduction to Triple 6. I was living in my small hometown of Marion, Ky and my best friend's boyfriend had one of "the cars that go boom." He was playing this song called 'Late Nite Tip' and I had to know who it was!!! From then on, I was a true 3 6 Mafia fan. Years later, I was living in Memphis, Tn and I would see these guys all over @ local clubs- Memphis really shows a lot of love for these real KINGS OF CRUNK! I like many of their albums, (i.e. Prophet Posse' compilation, When da Smoke Clears and Choices the Soundtrack). But even so, CHAPTER 6 IS BY FAR THE VERY BEST THAT TRIPLE 6 HAS EVER COME WITH!!! It is over 8 years later and that sh*t still sounds so current. In the top 10 rap records of all time, hands down. I know you are thinking, what does this small-town white chick know about rap music? Just check out the cd for yourself and you will see. Other suggestions for fans of that Memphis sound- Eightball & MJG, Tela, Playa Fly (3 6's nemisis), Project Pat, or Kingpin Skinny Pimp, just to name a few. You gotta own this, definatly a classic!!!
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