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Theater of the Mind (Bonus Track Version)

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Download links and information about Theater of the Mind (Bonus Track Version) by Ludacris. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:04:34 minutes.

Artist: Ludacris
Release date: 2008
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:04:34
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Intro 1:54
2. Undisputed (feat. Floyd "Money" Mayweather) 4:32
3. Wish You Would (feat. T.I.) 4:47
4. One More Drink (feat. T-Pain) 3:40
5. Call Up the Homies (feat. The Game & Willy Northpole) 4:03
6. Southern Gangsta (feat. Rick Ross, Playaz Circle & Ving Rhames) 4:33
7. Everybody Hates Chris (feat. Chris Rock) 4:53
8. What Them Girls Like (feat. Chris Brown & Sean Garrett) 4:01
9. Nasty Girl (feat. Plies) 4:32
10. Contagious (feat. Jamie Foxx) 4:45
11. Last of a Dying Breed (feat. Lil Wayne) 4:09
12. Mvp 3:49
13. I Do It for Hip Hop (feat. Nas & JAY-Z) 5:21
14. Do the Right Thang (feat. Common & Spike Lee) 5:13
15. Let's Stay Together (Bonus Track) 4:22

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The introspective turn Ludacris took on Release Therapy helped win him his first Grammy, but for anyone who thought mainstream acceptance would soften him Theater of the Mind returns the Atlanta rapper to the attack mode of his early years, when his rhymes impacted with the force of ax to an oak tree. “Wish You Would” and “Everybody Hates Chris” find Ludacris responding to his detractors with his old fire-breathing intensity: “I cross the finish line twice, they still tryin’ to start / But my infrared beam will make ‘em shine in the dark.” On “Last of a Dying Breed” and the DJ Premier-produced “MVP” Ludacris explodes with the hunger of a rookie rather than a pop star content to coast. At its heart, Theater of the Mind is a brilliant and unrepentantly basic rap record, but “Do the Right Thang” slips in some wisdom without sacrificing the album’s unruly attitude: “They say my folks'll do whatever for the fortune and the fame / And it'll take a fortune to get rid of all the pain, but I'm sayin’ / Use your brain baby, do the right thang.”