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Strait Zooism (feat. Rufftown Mob)


Download links and information about Strait Zooism (feat. Rufftown Mob) by Poison Clan. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:06:34 minutes.

Artist: Poison Clan
Release date: 1995
Genre: Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:06:34
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (feat. Rufftown Mob) 2:01
2. Fire Up This Funk (B-izer Version) [feat. Rufftown Mob] 3:31
3. Zooism (feat. Rufftown Mob) 5:11
4. Paper Chase (feat. Rufftown Mob) 5:45
5. Peep Da Flava (feat. Rufftown Mob) 3:07
6. Blow Da Spot (feat. Rufftown Mob) 1:02
7. Ahead of My Time (feat. Rufftown Mob) 4:00
8. Rainbow Annihilators (Flava) [feat. Rufftown Mob] 6:49
9. Strictly for Da Hardcore (feat. Rufftown Mob) 4:00
10. Rather Deal With a Ho Than a Bitch (feat. Rufftown Mob) 3:39
11. Ganja Fiend (feat. Rufftown Mob) 5:09
12. Something About Them Bitches (feat. Rufftown Mob) 4:16
13. Shine Me Up (feat. Rufftown Mob) 3:51
14. Buckle Up (feat. Rufftown Mob) 5:23
15. Fire Up This Funk (Listen Mix) [feat. Rufftown Mob] 3:38
16. Busts a Pipe (feat. Rufftown Mob) 5:12



After hitting the brick wall of Ruff Town Behavior, J.T. Money severed his ties with Luther Campbell, citing shady business practices and promotional neglect. So he took his anything-but-PC Poison Clan over to Warlock and released Strait Zooism in 1995. J.T. had yet to leave Miami completely behind (that would come a few years later), as he continued to work with producer Mike "Fresh" McCray. However, the production on this album is downright crisp-sounding when compared to earlier Poison Clan albums, and on most of the tracks, J.T. delivers his lyrics in an uncharacteristically gruff, raspy manner (if anything, it could've been a record from the West Coast — right on down to the Funkadelic swipe in "Something About Them Bitches"). At times, he sounds as if he's more concerned with breaking from his past than anything else, but this really isn't a problem if you keep his previous records out of the context. J.T.'s new but temporary situation seems to have fostered an album with more life to it than its mediocre predecessor, but it still seems like just another Poison Clan record. Thankfully, J.T. would revitalize himself after heading to Atlanta and going solo in name.