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Speakerboxxx / The Love Below

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Download links and information about Speakerboxxx / The Love Below by Outkast. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 39 tracks with total duration of 02:14:39 minutes.

Artist: Outkast
Release date: 2003
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock
Tracks: 39
Duration: 02:14:39
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Intro 1:29
2. GhettoMusick (Radio Mix) 3:56
3. Unhappy 3:19
4. Bowtie (feat. Sleepy Brown & Jazze Pha) 3:56
5. The Way You Move (Radio Mix) [feat. Sleepy Brown] 3:53
6. The Rooster 3:57
7. Bust (feat. Killer Mike) 3:08
8. War 2:43
9. Church (Main) 3:27
10. Bamboo (Interlude) 2:09
11. Tomb of the Boom (feat. Konkrete, Big Gipp & Ludacris) 4:46
12. E-Mac (Interlude) 0:24
13. Knowing 3:31
14. Flip Flop Rock (feat. Killer Mike & Jay-Z) 4:35
15. Interlude 1:15
16. Reset (feat. Khujo Goodie & Cee-Lo) 4:35
17. D-Boi (Interlude) 0:40
18. Last Call (feat. Slimm Calhoun, Lil' Jon & The Eastside Boyz & Mello) 3:57
19. Bowtie (Postlude) 0:35
20. The Love Below (Intro) 1:27
21. Love Hater 2:49
22. God (Interlude) 2:20
23. Happy Valentine's Day 5:23
24. Spread 3:51
25. Where Are My Panties 1:54
26. Prototype 5:26
27. She Lives In My Lap (feat. Rosario Dawson) 4:27
28. Hey Ya! (Radio Mix/Club Mix) 3:55
29. Roses 6:09
30. Good Day, Good Sir 1:25
31. Behold a Lady 4:37
32. Pink & Blue 5:04
33. Love In War 3:25
34. She's Alive 4:06
35. Dracula's Wedding (feat. Kelis) 2:32
36. My Favorite Things 5:12
37. Take Off Your Cool (feat. Norah Jones) 2:38
38. Vibrate 6:33
39. A Life In the of Benjamin Andre (Incomplete) 5:11

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While it showed the growing divide between André 3000 and Big Boi (and presaged their long hiatus), OutKast's fifth studio effort was a highwater mark for the group all the same. It was essentially two solo albums: André's The Love Below and Big Boi's Speakerboxx, packaged as a double record. Two of OutKast's most enduring and innovative tunes are here: Big Boi's "The Way You Move" (a '70s funk throwback in the style of Cameo and Chic) and "Hey Ya" (André 3000's kaleidoscopic, decade-defining rave-up). Selling more than 10 million copies, Speakerboxx/The Love Below was OutKast's least classically hip-hop album to date; it was an ambitious amalgam of funk, soul, R&B, disco, and rock (try classifying the snarky kiss-off "Roses"). In mashing up so many sounds so successfully, the album closed the door on hip-hop's boom-bap '90s period, ushering in an era of sonic cross-pollination between hip-hop and pop that persisted into the next decade. Awarded a GRAMMY® for Album of the Year in 2004, this was one of OutKast's (and pop music's) finest hours.