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  • Vinyl (October 6, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Wea/Atlantic/Big Beat Records
  • ASIN: B00000DGBQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #760,189 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Crook County [Bone Crusher Mix]
3. Mob Up
4. Front Porch
5. In Your World
6. Legit Ballers
7. Mobstability
8. Party Hoes
9. Warm Embrace
10. Smoke Wit You
11. Loyalty
12. Motive 4 Murder
13. Dreams
14. Rock Y'all Spot

Customer Reviews

Mobstability by Twista and the Speedknot Mobstaz is a classic album.
D. Johnson
They blend fairly well with Twista, with pretty good speed and a similar sound.
Ricky Popolizio
I think this album could have been better if they got rid of few tracks.
HurricaneTung

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "swicious" on July 9, 2002
Format: Audio CD
... This is definitley not the same tired old gangsta routine. I believe that anyone who has an appreciation for music can agree that the production on this album is very tight and well assembled. And even if you may not like Twista and his speed-rapping sidekicks, the Speedknots, you have to admit (while their rhymes aren't the deepest out there) they all have talent and are very clever in their delivery. With all this said...how can you knock this album?? Just so you know...this is not a hip-hop album. This is a rap album. There is a difference, and a huge one. Intelligent hip-hop heads wouldn't even think twice to buy this album. If you consider yourself a hip-hop fan of any kind, you would have been turned away from this album simply due to the graphics on the cover (not to mention Twista's rep for being a known gangsta rapper). And just so everyone out there knows...the answer is yes. Real gangsters DO make music. Many of them rap or "MC" for all you real hip-hop fans. Many of them play sports...box...etc. If you think otherwise, you obviously haven't picked up a newspaper in your lifetime. Basically, music is not about genres. Music is supposed to be about life and your experiences in it. There will always be gangsters in this world, and some of them will want to make music. With this is mind...you should know that gangster music will never die. It is just like anything else. It has its own niche in society. If you are tired of it, them maybe you should join the force and contribute to our society. We need the help. I mean...even the East Coast is starting to be gangster now (Fabolous, Ja Rule, Jay Z even?!?).Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sandro Fiorentina on April 16, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Twista & the Speedknot Mobstaz has made an really clean alum. Only one or two tracks are not 100% clean. Those tracks are nr. 8 (party hoes), and 13 (dreams)... the soulpart on dreams really suckz, so that and the whole party hoes track brings the album down a bit. But it's still a 5 star album, not a strong 5 though! Some tips on songs: 2 (crook county), 11 (loyalty) are really good ones..................
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 31, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I own this CD and I would have to say that it is one of the best CD's that I own. Twista really puts it down in this CD. He can flow fast and he raps about how he made his way to the top of the Chi-town game. He is definetly one of the best rappers to hit the hip-hop scene since 2Pac. You should definetly consider buying this CD.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chi's Finest on August 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Honestly this is a real good CD but it doesnt beat adrenaline rush. My favorite song on this cd is probably Front Porch. It's a perfect song to kick it wit you're homies and get high on the front porch. Listen to at and LOve It. CHI LOVE TO THE FULLEST. Also listen to smoke wit u and DREAMS wit ur girl.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Enlightened on January 22, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Twista furiously came back on the scene in late 2003 with arguably the best song of that year with Slow Jams with Kayne West and Jamie Foxx giving him HUGE airplay and increased anticipation for his next album Kamikaze.
Now on my review for Adrenaline Rush I asked you if you were ready for what Twista was about to offer the public and its obvious he is the biggest thing in the industry since 50 Cent. People are tantalized by his swift flows and sharp lyrics. The public doesn't seem ready for Twista just yet. That brings me to this album. To get you ready for what Twista is about to do you need Adrenaline Rush and Mobstability.
Mobstability, released soon after Twista's first official debut album in 1998, delivers a package that is still fresh and hypnotic today. Granted this is a 'group' effort Twista is clearly the man in this group stealing every song. The Mobstaz are good themselves but pitted next to Twista they seem small. If this album were released next week it would sell like hot cakes. Every song is ridah, lean to the side and bob ya head to this right here. As you've already heard, Front Porch is just a masterpiece. That beat is just oh so beautiful and Twista sets it off at the end with his verse. Legit Ballers is another song that is straight up RIDIN with it's pimpalicious chorus and off the chain flows. Warm Embrace, with another excellent beat, is another banger with an unbeatable chorus and melody. Dreams is the 'love' song on the album that you play when you got that lovely lady in the ride wit ya. Loyalty, Mob Up and Motive 4 Murder are some of the groups 'harder' songs and they are all definitely tight to the fullest with off kilter flows and amazing beats. Crook County gets at Bone Thugs N Harmony rather gangsta like and Twista straight up KILLS this song.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 11, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This album realy shows how good an album can be if it has the right production is implemented. I loved Twista's solo project and he and his CWAL records has come through for us again. The album starts of with some down south gangsta &*&% where they open a can of wup *&^ on some unlucky vistor of the house-party they were at. Sliding into track two is "Crook County" which lets you know imediatly that my boys from the Chi town ain't playin no games. Next you come upon "Front Porch" which with the Danny Boy sung hook is sure by itself to make sure this CD gets lots of play in your player. The execution of the legendary traxter is so great that you might want to upgrade your sound system just to fully experiance the head bobbin, weed smokin, bassieness of this track. In Your World makes you remanice the smokey club seen with half naked females dancing around you. I live in LA born and raised around lots of guns and "Warm Embrace" makes you think about your nine, forty foe, or foe five in a very passionate perspective.The silky original "Dreams" might make some hard heads think about the special lady in their life from a whole different perspective. I must say the only track that I will skip everytime is the last song which sounds as if they got a little too high that night. Other than that one song (there are 14 tracks some are inserts), andI have to say in comparison to the other releases, which included Mack 10, Bizzy Bone, Tela, and hum Kurupt. This album makes all those projects seem rushed and allows you to take pitty on the artist for not being blessed with the production of "The Legandary Traxsta"!
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