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Last 2 Walk

3.5 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

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Explicit Version of Deluxe Edition Two CD set. Produced primarily by Oscar winners Juicy J and DJ Paul, Last 2 Walk, contains the type of mesmerizing soundscapes that have made them in-demand producers for such platinum acts as Ludacris, Chingy and Young Buck, as well as their own artists Project Pat and Lil Wyte. The lead street track 'I'd Rather' kicks the campaign off as Juicy J and DJ Paul flow over raucous drums and frantic keyboards about their sexual desires. The lead single 'Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body)' is a fast paced club anthem featuring Project Pat.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Intro
  2. I Told 'Em
  3. Trap Boom
  4. Playstation
  5. I Got
  6. I'd Rather
  7. That's Right
  8. Corner Man
  9. Weed, Blow, Pills
  10. DSX Talk
  11. Hood Star
  12. Get Ya Rob
  13. On Some Chrome
  14. Rollin'
  15. Click Bang
  16. My Own Way
  17. Dirty B**ch
  18. First 48
  19. Outro
  20. Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body) Intro [Bonus Track]
  21. Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body) [Bonus Track]
  22. My Own Way [Remix] [Bonus Track]


Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 24, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0018TNJJQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #554,278 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This just in Three 6 Mafia just sighned to rinky dink records any true fans will know what i mean
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Paul & Juice shouldn't have released "Last 2 Walk" as Three 6 Mafia, as the current lineup is basically "Da Supa Producers" or whatever silly nonsense they nicknamed themselves. This album is a slap in the face to all the fans (myself included) who have supported Triple Six since their Prophet days. Three 6 Mafia is Lord Infamous, Crunchy Black, Koopsta Knicca, and Gangsta Boo--not just Paul & J. The album itself is filled with one boring track after another, and it lacks any type of originality. The skits and Outro are no longer funny, as both of the two remaining members of Three 6 Mafia seem tired and bored. The lead singles "I'd Rather" and "Lolli Lolli" are nothing special, with the former being an inferior rehash of "Slob On My Knob." I thought Most Known Unknowns was whack, but this album is even worse than that. The 24 tracks don't feature even one memorable song. Last 2 Walk does however feature a whole lot of boringness.
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By E on August 5, 2008
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I'm not really sure why this album was pushed back so far, I suspect these guys just tried a little too hard on the beats. They layered them well but didn't use tempo shifts nearly as effectively as previous albums. I wouldn't say that Three 6 has "sold out" but I could see how some say they've fallen off. This album was clearly not their best effort and sounds like it should've been released in 2005. Their recent success has caused them to lose focus from producing the transcendent southern grime that put Memphis on the map, and they have become another example in a sea of nameless radio mercenaries.
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Not going to stay on this subject long ! But I have loved and supported these guys from day one. I am originally from Memphis and I hear a huge difference. Their best work would probably be "When the Smoke Clears, Unbreakables, Project Pat's 1st two albums & the Choices Soundtrack. These albums showcase these guys at their finest hour. "Mystic Styles, The End, World Domination and Tear the Club up Thugs were great albums. But still at that time the production was a bit grimy and needed more refining.

Now days there isn't balance at all these guys have just basically changed completely. The production on here isn't anything different nor does it inspire anything. Where are the songs like " Who Got the 9's, They about to find you body, F, that sh**, Wolf Wolf, Bin Laden, Try Somethin, 44 killers, Weak Azz b, I'm So High, From the Back, and Cheese and Dope. These are masterpieces and they all have amazing beats and production behind them. I mean Juicy J's solo cd the chronicles had more fire than this on it. I can't understand for the life of me why these guys have traded there elaborate production for this? This doesn't even sound like the same band. And Juicy J use to have some cool beat changes behind him when he came in rapping. Now when he raps you hardly notice he is even present. What happen to the heavy breathing in the background and all of the strings and synths ?

I don't know what to think, this isn't the worst I have heard. Definitely these guys are still ahead of the others. Hip Hop music is at a horrible state right now it all sounds the same. The synth voices and bland beats are just old. But what even bothers me the most 3'6 felt like they had to go there with Lolly Lolly ? I got a advanced copy of this cd last year on the internet.
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Its been 15 yrs plus of in your face say and do what we want MAFIA...what is this nonsense..the best track from the album not even on the album...they really disturbed me with this one...i kno times have changed and they not as hood as they use to be b/c of the grammy and all but this is music and these dudes are part of the pioneers of southern swang family...Im prayin they redeem themselves with a full camp album....if not there's always Sippin on some Sizzurp...Lls..i would say more but it gets worse just like the album...
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i use to like them but since they lost all there members they got sorry as hell they need to get the original 6 back cause this album suck lemons
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i've been a three 6 mafia fan since day one and i have to agree wit everyone else... this cd isnt that great! some of the beats are ok but it does not have the 36 feel at all. just like the previous guy said they need to call this the cashing checks cd instead of three 6 mafia. 36 was paul, juice, lord infamous, boo, crunchy, and koopsta. paul and juice need to apologize to all of them, strike a better business deal and get them back on the track immediately. something is def wrong when you lose all of your members something just aint right.their best album was when the smoke clears and mista dont play. so were too hcp possee, tear the club up thugs and mystic styles and layin the smackdown. world domination was good and so was unbreakables. most known unknown was alright but this right here is the end! paul and juice are the head but by no means do they give three six they character. lord infamous was the enforcer, crunchy was the instigator, project pat was the gangsta pimp, koopsta was the crazed lunatic, and boo was the gangsta sex appeal. even la chat was the gangsta girl but she didnt have any sex appeal anyway thats wha they need to do and until they do three 6 will suffer seriously...peace
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its cummin in june
Mar 3, 2008 by George Nichols |  See all 5 posts
will this CD ever come out?
Yes! It is finally coming out for real on this Tuesday.
Jun 22, 2008 by J tha 49 |  See all 3 posts
Did Three 6 Mafia actually sample "Kerncraft 400" by Zombie Nation?!
They did indeed sample "Kerncraft 400" for the song "I Got." I was extremely excited too when I heard the sample being as the Zombie Nation song is one of my favorite electronica songs.
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