History: Function & Mob Music (Deluxe Version) [Explicit]
 
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History: Function & Mob Music (Deluxe Version) [Explicit]

November 6, 2012

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  Song Title
Time
Popularity  
1
This Shit Pound (feat. Stresmatic) [Explicit]
3:57
2
Slide Through (feat. Tyga) [Explicit]
3:21
3
Smoke That Shit [Explicit]
3:29
4
Let's Have A Party (feat. Cousin Fik & Knotch) [Explicit]
3:31
5
Dump Truck (feat. Travis Porter & Young Chu) [Explicit]
4:11
6
Singles [Explicit]
4:02
7
Entrepreneur [Explicit]
2:54
8
Bout My Money (feat. Jeremih & Turf Talk) [Explicit]
4:02
9
Say I (feat. Wiz Khalifa) [Explicit]
3:51
10
Workin' the Trunk [Explicit]
4:23
11
West Coast Shit (feat. Ice Cube) [Explicit]
3:55
12
One Foot (feat. Sugafree) [Explicit]
3:38
13
Check That Bitch [Explicit]
3:47
14
Everyday [Explicit]
3:31
15
Lemme See You Twerk (feat. Dolla Will) [Explicit]
3:26
16
Toasted (feat. Decadez) [Explicit]
3:38
17
Cali [Explicit]
4:53
Disc 2
1
We Are Pioneers [Explicit]
4:04
2
Sheesh (feat. Stresmatic) [Explicit]
3:41
3
Fire Fighter (feat. Knotch) [Explicit]
3:23
4
Whip Out [Explicit]
3:24
5
Money Motivated [Explicit]
4:58
6
Ballin' Is Fun (feat. B-Legit) [Explicit]
4:09
7
Ride With Me [Explicit]
4:17
8
Do You Remember? (feat. Kurupt & Battlecat) [Explicit]
3:29
9
Street Money [Explicit]
4:13
10
My Stapler [Explicit]
4:36
11
I Don't Work For Nobody [Explicit]
3:52
12
Ask About Me (feat. B-Legit) [Explicit]
4:07
13
If We Ain't Fuckin' (feat. T. Nelson) [Explicit]
5:02
14
Gang of 'Em (feat. Beeda Weeda & Rankin Scroo) [Explicit]
3:54
15
Knockin' A Bitch [Explicit]
3:18
16
Pancherellos (feat. Stresmatic) [Explicit]
3:23
17
Stressin' [Explicit]
4:28


Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 6, 2012
  • Release Date: November 6, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Heavy On The Grind
  • Copyright: (C) 2012 Heavy On The Grind
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  • Total Length: 2:12:47
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B009MB5C8S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,595 Paid in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 Paid in MP3 Albums)

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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars 2 of 5 November 10, 2012
Format:MP3 Music
"Mob" music is the style of music E-40 rapped to on his Federal debut. The beats on that album were produced by Studio Tone and they, like most on those early albums, pound. But somewhere along the way; a decade after Federal, to be exact; E-40 lost his way. Now, another decade later, what he tries to pass as classic "mob" music is a collection of mostly watered-down starter beats. They do "pound" in the literal sense, meaning they're produced with enough bass to give your speakers a workout, but not in the aesthetic sense the slang term implies.

Studio Tone is limited to just one track. That song, entitled Ask About Me, is perhaps the closest this set comes to classic "mob". Most of the others, on both albums, sound like new-age post-Hyphy "function" music to me. That makes the double-album concept a bit of a fraud. Long-time E-40 and Too Short fans anticipating an epic return to form shouldn't get their hopes up, in other words, because they'll be disappointed in a major way. In fact, the individual solo albums E-40 and Too Short released earlier this year are considerably better than this set.

Aside from the beats, the concept is also thrown off by the fact that both rappers aren't given equal time. This seems much more like an E-40 release featuring Too Short than a true one-and-one collaboration. Too Short is featured on only the West Coast Shit chorus. E-40 is featured on several. I think E-40 has more verses too. He's the better rapper, but that's a fatal flaw; one that would be hard to overcome even if most of the beats weren't amateurish and most of the hooks lackluster. Some; like Toasted, Say I and One Foot; are just plain annoying.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Legends in the Game December 26, 2012
By P-Zeek
Format:MP3 Music|Verified Purchase
E-40 and Too $hort two of the greatest rappers in the history of the Bay Area and the West Coast! Fantastic Album!
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5.0 out of 5 stars old School December 14, 2012
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I grew up on E40 and Too Short. Well my teen and adult years. The beats are classic and they deliver good game for the game deficient. Double Cd a great treat. This Sh.. Bangs as they say in a song. Money well spent
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brake your ankles. April 14, 2014
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If like some OGs, pumping it through the whole track, then buy this. Also Short and 40 do it big.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best in my library. December 17, 2013
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This album is great for those long drives in your wip on I5. E40 and Too $hort are bumpin on this one. I would highly recommend for good beats.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Hell'ah FUN CD with that signature West Coast sound. December 11, 2013
By JBeal
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Hell'ah FUN CD with that signature West Coast sound. Check out Cousin Fik - dude is put'n in work as a legit artist.
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