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Chronicles of the Juice Man: Underground Album


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  • Audio CD (July 16, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: North North
  • ASIN: B0000695UG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,736 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Pimptra
2. North, North Pt. 2
3. Who Da Buckest
4. Gimme Head
5. Pimp Talk
6. Like A Pimp
7. Killa Klan
8. Smoke Dat Weed
9. Buck Gangsta Beat
10. Mafia Niggaz
11. Name It After Me
12. Gimme Sum
13. Soldiers From The Northside
14. Dick Suckin' Hoez

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Looking forward to "Unbreakables".
DManRiChea
So, if your a fan of three 6, especially thier old style, or even if u've never herd of them and your just lookin for sumthin the pound hard in your car, GET THIS CD.
Dizze Dahmer
If you like that type of style, download this track and decide if this song is worth buying the album alone.
Bryant Ward

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Carltouis Stevenson on April 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Juicy J's solo release from the Three 6 Mafia showed how important he is to their success with this lp. The original version of "Like A Pimp" is found on here as the remake on Da Unbreakables. The song "Name It After Me" has one of those old school pimp type beats that should have been named Like A Pimp. "Mafia Niggaz" features the entire Mafia and Frayser Boy. Taken from Linkin Park, "Smoke Dat Weed" featuring Lord Infamous is an anthem for smokers, drinkers and popers. Chronicles contains three instrumentals that will keep you feening for some more. Juicy and his brother (Project Pat) teamed up to represent on "North, North Pt.2". Frayser Boy's flow featured on "Gimme Head" is quite impressive with Juicy J. There couldn't be a Three 6 presentation without "Who Da Buckest", that proves they are definately the crunkest of them all. Juicy's Chronicles is an almost classic and is necessary for Three 6 Mafia fans.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MICHAEL TAYLOR on October 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
THIS ALBUM IS DEFINITELY BANGIN. THIS IS TRUE SOUTHERN HIP HOP. SONGS LIKE THE NORTH NORTH REMIX, ''SMOKE DAT WEED'', ''WHO DA BUCKEST'', ''MAFIA N***AZ'', AND ''GIMME SUM'' ARE ALL TIGHT AS I DON'T KNOW WHAT, BUT THE BEST SONG ON THE ALBUM IS ''KILLA KLAN''. THE ONLY THING THAT HURTS THE ALBUM IS ITS LAST SONG, ''D**K SUCKIN H**S'' AND ITS OTHER POINTLESS INSTRUMENTALS. BUT OTHER THAN THAT, THIS SHOULD SATISFY ANY OF THE REAL THREE 6 MAFIA FANS OUT THERE. TRIPLE SIX UP IN THIS MOTHERF****R AND THEY AIN'T GOIN NOWHERE!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mike Leon on November 14, 2005
Format: Audio CD
this cd is alright, it is nothing classic, but it a solid relase from the north north representer juicy j. He has a couple of guest apperance in it, includeing project pat, and three six mafia. If your a big three six mafia fan go out and get this dope rapper.

NORTH NORTH!

-Holla
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dizze Dahmer on November 26, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This cd ... will blow the speakers out your trunk. Juicy blends a little bit of thier new style with thier classic underground sound perfectly. Juicy even remakes some of my favorite underground songs like "Killa Klan" and "Gimme Sum", while commin with new stuff like "Smoke Dat Weed" which samples the piano part in Linkin Park's "In The End" to form a perfect smoke song, I don't care if your a Nun, once you hear that track you'll wanna blaze up a woober doober immediatly. This cd also got the old classic Triple Six style low low basslines and low hittin bass drums. Although I like this cd better, I also recommend DJ Paul's "Vol 16". So, if your a fan of three 6, especially thier old style, or even if u've never herd of them and your just lookin for sumthin the pound hard in your car, GET THIS CD.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bryant Ward on November 10, 2003
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These solo albums are newer to the crazy click. Solo tracks by Juice have been on Three 6 Mafia/T.D.C.U.T. albums(such as da classic 'Slob On My Nob', as well as numerous other ones). MOST of these songs feature Frayser Boy and La Chat though, so I myself wouldn't really consider this a "solo". Although I dig H.C.P., this IS supposed to be Juiceman's solo, not spotlight for the rest of the camp, over half the album featuring La Chat and Frayser Boy. This solo was a good album to make on Da Juice's part, but it does sound a little rushed and not as great as it definitely could have been, although it is still a bumpin' brilliant album.
'Pimptro', a basic dedication to Juicy's brother Project Pat and his ridiculous amount of jail time to serve. Very fresh intro, better then all the others I've heard, an old-school funky beat and Juicy praising our wrong system.
Another bumpin' track would be 'Name It After Me' featuring posse member Frayser Boy. Very old-school beat here, very laid-back smoke-type track. If you like that type of style, download this track and decide if this song is worth buying the album alone. Frayser Boy delivers well for one of his first softer song apperances.
Onto the most talked about track from this album, 'Smoke Dat Weed', which features H.C.P member Lord Infamous Da Scarecrow and a Linkin Park inspired beat(yeah, yeah, In The End), although Juice made this song better then LP could ever dream to do. My favorite verse from this song is by the one and only Scarecrow, very good drug anthem. Now if you had any doubt on copping this album, please download or hear this song somehow before ya decide not to.
Now onto my favorite track from this album, 'Pimp Talk/Like A Pimp', featuring La Chat.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 2, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This CD bangs from the Pimptro (dedication to Pat who's locked down for 4 years due to parole violations) to the last song. "North North Pt.2" is a bangin' track reminiscent of the gangsta vibe that comes out when the Houston brothers rhyme together; ie; "Sucks On Dick" & "Still Riding Clean". "Who Da Buckest" also features the incarcerated Pat recycling his old unforgettable rhyme as the hook. "Gimme Head" is a nice song which newcomer Frayser Boy shines as replacement for Project Pat. "Like A Pimp" is a forced track, this song maybe better if it had Pat rapping on it. To some of y'all in doubt, Juicy J delivers "Killa Klan", "Mafia Niggaz", "Dick Suckin' Hoes" & "Gimme Sum" which sounds like it was made from the old Three 6 days. One of the 2 standouts on this album is "Smoke Dat Weed" featuring Scarecrow, the 2 deliver unforgettable head-bopping verses in a sampled "In The End" beat. The best song in the album is "Name It After Me" which features Frayser Boy, The Juiceman talks about the harshness of the system & dealing with haters in a mild laid-back beat with a vicious hook, this song captures the essence of what point he's trying to make. The album is an overall banger, complete with instrumentals like "Soldiers From The Northside" bumpin' with heavy bass for the subs in the whip. This is one of the most awaited Three 6 releases, If y'all are about sex, money, drugs, gangsta tales & shock value, y'all won't be dissapointed. Also look out for DJ Paul "Volume 16: For Da Summa" (a lot of Three 6 bangers) & the new Three 6 Mafia album "Unbreakables".
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