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Da Unbreakables: Screwed & Chopped


Download links and information about Da Unbreakables: Screwed & Chopped by Three 6 Mafia. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:19:20 minutes.

Artist: Three 6 Mafia
Release date: 2003
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:19:20
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No. Title Length
1. They Bout to Find Yo Body 2:21
2. Ridin Spinners (Feat. Lil' Flip) 5:25
3. Ridin Spinners Interlude (Feat. Lil' Flip) 0:14
4. F**k That S**t 5:26
5. Wolf Wolf 5:05
6. Wolf Wolf Interlude 0:15
7. Try Somethin (Feat. Project Pat) 4:39
8. Money Didn't Change Me 3:23
9. Let's Start a Riot 5:24
10. Ghetto Chick Interlude 0:14
11. Ghetto Chick 3:20
12. Beatem to Da Floor 3:04
13. Put Cha D. In Her Mouth Interlude 0:12
14. Put Cha D. In Her Mouth 3:47
15. Rainbow Colors (Feat. Lil' Flip) 3:46
16. Rainbow Colors Interlude 0:08
17. Bin Laden 6:09
18. Testin My Gangsta 5:07
19. Like a Pimp (Remix, Feat. Pimp C of UGK / Project Pat) 5:00
20. Shake Dat Jelly 3:49
21. Mosh Pit (Feat. Josey Scott / Lil Wyte) 3:43
22. Chris D Interlude 0:22
23. You Scared Part II 4:06
24. Dangerous Posse (Feat. Hypnotize Camp Posse) 4:21



Da Unbreakables follows the general trajectory of Three 6 Mafia's career to date, moving them further away from their horrorcore beginnings toward the hardcore rap mainstream, yet doing so without forsaking any of production duo Juicy J and DJ Paul's beatmaking genius. Much like When the Smoke Clears (2000) and Choices (2001), the Mafia's past two releases, Da Unbreakables includes a few standout tracks (namely "Testin My Gangsta," "Bin Laden," "Ridin Spinners," "Rainbow Colors," and "Dangerous Posse") amid a mass of excellently produced yet uninterestingly written ones. All the token motifs are here, and if you've been following Three 6 Mafia this far along, there will be very few surprises. To the Mafia's credit though, they are rather inventive, even when they're remaking "Tear da Club Up" for the umpteenth time (recycled as "Let's Start a Riot" this time around). And further to their credit, the beats have never sounded more impressive.