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The Album


Download links and information about The Album by The Firm. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 52:54 minutes.

Artist: The Firm
Release date: 1997
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 18
Duration: 52:54
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No. Title Length
1. Intro 0:48
2. Firm Fiasco (featuring Az, Foxy Brown, Nas) 4:27
3. Phone Tap (Intro) 0:34
4. Phone Tap (featuring Az, Nas, Nature Dr. Dre) 3:46
5. Executive Decision (featuring THE NATURE, Nas) 3:43
6. Firm Family (featuring Dr. Dre, THE NATURE) 3:59
7. Firm All Stars (featuring Foxy Brown, Pretty Boy) 3:20
8. F**k Somebody Else (Intro) 1:24
9. F**k Somebody Else (featuring Foxy Brown) 4:17
10. Hardcore (featuring Foxy Brown, Nas) 4:09
11. Untouchable (featuring The Wizard) 1:10
12. Five Minutes to Flush (Intro) 0:47
13. Five Minutes to Flush (featuring THE NATURE) 4:42
14. Desperados Intro 0:32
15. Desperados (featuring Canibus, AZ Nature) 4:26
16. Firm Biz (featuring Foxy Brown, Nas) 3:23
17. I'm Leaving (featuring Noreaga, THE NATURE) 3:30
18. Throw Your Guns (featuring AZ & Half-A-Mill) 3:57



With a cast list lengthy enough to compete with that of a small movie, The Album is an auditory trip into the lives of a handful of nefarious individuals living a gangsta lifestyle. Major players on this project include Nas ("Escobar"), Foxy Brown, AZ ("Sosa"), and Nature, although tracks are peppered with additional and less popular MCs such as Pretty Boy ("Firm All Stars"), Wizard ("Untouchable"), Canibus ("Desperados"), Noreaga ("I'm Leaving"), and Half-A-Mil ("Throw Your Guns"). Dr. Dre and the Trackmasters share equal billing as supervising producers. Dre's production is atypically diverse from track to track and lacks any samples or arrangements reminiscent of his work with N.W.A., Snoop Dogg, or his own solo projects. This diversity may be the result of the collaboration with Chris "The Glove" Taylor on the production tasks for five of the six tracks for which Dre is responsible. The teamwork production of the Trackmasters is orchestrated by Poke, Tone, Kurt Gowdy, and L.E.S., and provides the instrumentation for the remaining seven of 13 songs. ~ Qa'id Jacobs, Rovi