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Preserved

Young Bleed Audio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (October 11, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Strange Music
  • ASIN: B005HWUBVY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #296,183 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Stamp On It
2. Boot Up
3. It's Nut'n
4. Holla' At Uh' Dog
5. Hurt Nobody
6. Husle' Ball
7. Wut'z Up
8. From Da' City
9. Wall Uh' Fame
10. How Ya' Do Dat' Again
11. Uh' Gangsta's Gangsta
12. It'll Go Down
13. M.O.E. (Money Over Everything)
14. Call the Police
15. City Uh' God
16. Walk Like Uh' Husala'
17. Papa Papa
18. Thank Ya'

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Dirty 3rd Representa Returns!! 4 1/2 stars! October 19, 2011
Format:Audio CD
I've been a fan of Young Bleed since his first album "Balls and My Word", Although his release on "Body Head" was a let down to me. This album is honestly what i expect from Bleed.
I wasn't expecting this album to drop go to see he found a home at "Strange Music/Strange Lane Records", Hopefully he stays there and releases some more albums.

With that being said, This album has dope beats and the Lyrical assault you expect from Bleed.
Stand out tracks to me are:
2. Boot Up (ft. Juvenile)
4. Holla At Uh Dog
8. From Da City
10. How Ya Do Dat Again (ft. Tech N9ne & Brotha Lynch Hung)
17. Papa Papa

Southern Music fans will not be let down by this album, well unless your into that bubble gum rap that is destroying hip hop.
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars YOUNG BLEED IS BACK October 11, 2011
By gregory
Format:Audio CD
Hey guys whats up well the new young bleed album came out of no where under our noises from the release under the imprint strange records
and under the new tech n9ne label from strange land is the first release of young bleed.
I have to say is that the album preserved is an ok of an album because young bleed show on signs of changing up his
slow motion flow stye for this new strange album release.
The songs on this album dose not have any signature productions of strange beats at all and its because young bleed kept
it south on the new album.
The new track remix like how you do that there from bleeds first no limit album my balls and my words is banging with
brotha lynch hung and tech n9ne for a new generations and old to remember.
Young bleeds albums tend to make me and others fall asleep from his slow flows that bleed has
There are some greats tracks some of them seem to be filler tracks on the new album to.
Preserved is one of them albums that seems like tech signed him as an tax write off rapper because you can tell that young bleed sure
don't fit the roster with strange records and that's whys he is on strange land the new label formed by tech n9ne on strange
records.
I sure would have loved to see young bleed on this album come with a new style for this strange release and its to bad that many
strange fans will let this album get slept on for sure.
This album will sure only be for the fans of young bleed and south players out there but the album is still a good pick up for
any young bleed fan for the collection albums.I gave this album five stars because bleed still came good with his album like his other albums and i thought his album called my own was his weakest album to date.
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars YOUNG BLEED IS BACK BACK BACK October 11, 2011
By gregory
Format:Audio CD
Hey guys whats up well the new young bleed album came out of no where under our noises from the release under the imprint strange records
and under the new tech n9ne label from strange land is the first release of young bleed.
I have to say is that the album preserved is an ok of an album because young bleed show on signs of changing up his
slow motion flow stye for this new strange album release.
The songs on this album dose not have any signature productions of strange beats at all and its because young bleed kept
it south on the new album.
The new track remix like how you do that there from bleeds first no limit album my balls and my words is banging with
brotha lynch hung and tech n9ne for a new generations and old to remember.
Young bleeds albums tend to make me and others fall asleep from his slow flows that bleed has
There are some greats tracks some of them seem to be filler tracks on the new album to.
Preserved is one of them albums that seems like tech signed him as an tax write off rapper because you can tell that young bleed sure
don't fit the roster with strange records and that's whys he is on strange land the new label formed by tech n9ne on strange
records.
I sure would have loved to see young bleed on this album come with a new style for this strange release and its to bad that many
strange fans will let this album get slept on for sure.
This album will sure only be for the fans of young bleed and south players out there but the album is still a good pick up for
any young bleed fan for the collection albums.I gave this album five stars because bleed still came good with his album like his other albums and i thought his album called my own was his weakest album to date.
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