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When We Wuz Bangin

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Download links and information about When We Wuz Bangin by CMW - Compton's Most Wanted. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 57:57 minutes.

Artist: CMW - Compton's Most Wanted
Release date: 2001
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 13
Duration: 57:57
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. One Time Gaffled Em Up 3:56
2. Duck Sick 4:30
3. Late Night Hype Including Will You Be Mine 4:48
4. Whose Is It? (Give It Up Pt. 2) 5:23
5. Growin Up In the Hood 4:12
6. I'm Wit Dat 4:53
7. N 2 Deep 3:51
8. Def Wish II ( Dj Premiere Remix) 4:12
9. All for the Money 4:06
10. 1990-Sick (Kill' Em All) 4:26
11. Streiht Up Menace (From Menace II Society) 4:34
12. Automatic 4:16
13. Days of 89 4:50

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The 1989-1999 time span cited in the subtitle of When We Wuz Bangin' is a little misleading. Compton's Most Wanted did in fact span a decade, forming in 1989 and debuting a year later, but the group spend most of the ensuing decade inactive, releasing only three albums during a three-year span (1990-1992). Throughout most of the '90s, group leader MC Eiht trudged on with his up-and-down solo career and took producer DJ Slip along for part of the ride. The remaining members of CMW meanwhile remained mostly confined to old-school obscurity. As short-lived as the talented group had been, though, they did release a wealth of blueprint West Coast gangsta rap during their three-album span, each album — It's a Compton Thang (1990), Music to Driveby (1991), and Straight Checkn 'Em (1992) — offering a few standout singles. Many of those singles are compiled here ("One Time Gaffled 'Em Up," "Late Night Hype," "Growin' Up in the Hood") as are several of Eiht's bigger solo hits ("All for the Money," "Streiht Up Menace," "Days of '89") and even some rare recordings (DJ Premier's remix of "Def Wish II"). The inclusion of Eiht's solo work is key, since he did have a few great gangsta ballads, but you could argue that those songs had little to do with Compton's Most Wanted and occupy precious disc space that could have instead featured gang-bangin' songs like "Hood Took Me Under" or "Straight Checkn' Em."