|2||Who The Crunkest
Featuring – Project Pat
Featuring – Twista
|4||I'm Losing It||2:05|
|5||Throw Your Sets
Featuring – Crucial Conflict
Featuring – T-Rock, Too Short
Featuring – Spice 1
|8||Elbow A Nigga
Featuring – Project Pat
|10||Get Buck, Get Wild
Featuring – Crunchy Black
|11||On Da Block||0:31|
|12||What You Lookin' For
Featuring – Project Pat
Featuring – Fatal*
|14||Hypnotize Cash Money
Co-producer – Mannie FreshFeaturing – B.G., Big Tymers, Juvenile
|15||When God Calls Time Out||2:02|
|17||When It's On It's Murder||0:30|
|18||Push 'Em Off||4:30|
|19||Slob On My Nob||1:59|
|20||All Dirty Hoes
Featuring – Gangsta Boo
|21||Triple 6 Clubhouse
Featuring – Lord Infamous
|22||A Niggas Worst Downfall||3:29|
|23||Hypnotize Mind/Profit Posse||3:57|
|24||Comin' Up Next||0:28|
|1716-2||Tear Da Club Up Thugs Of Three 6 Mafia||Tear Da Club Up Thugs Of Three 6 Mafia - CrazyNDaLazDayz (CD, Album)||Relativity, Hypnotize Minds||1716-2||US||1999|
|REK-11716||Tear Da Club Up Thugs Of Three 6 Mafia||Tear Da Club Up Thugs Of Three 6 Mafia - CrazyNDaLazDayz (CD, Album)||Relativity||REK-11716||US||1999|
|2 CD 1736-2||Tear Da Club Up Thugs of Three 6 Mafia||Tear Da Club Up Thugs of Three 6 Mafia - CrazyNDaLazDayz (CD, Album + CD, Ltd)||Relativity, Hypnotize Minds||2 CD 1736-2||US||1999|
|RPROLP-0903||Tear Da Club Up Thugs||CrazyNDaLazDayz (2xLP, Album, Promo)||Relativity||RPROLP-0903||US||1999|
|1761-2||Tear Da Club Up Thugs Of Three 6 Mafia||Tear Da Club Up Thugs Of Three 6 Mafia - CrazyNDaLazDayz (CD, Album, Cle)||Relativity, Hypnotize Minds||1761-2||US||1999|
Tear Da Club Up Thugs. Tear Da Club Up Thugs, Three 6 Mafia. SME (от лица компании "Hypnotize y"); BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing.
CrazyNDaLazDayz is the only studio album by American hip hop trio Tear Da Club Up Thugs of Three 6 Mafia, consisted of DJ Paul, Lord Infamous and Juicy J. It was released on February 2, 1999 via Hypnotize Minds/Relativity. Recording sessions took place at Cotton Row Recording Studio and Hypnotize Minds Studio in Memphis, Tennessee. It features guest appearances from .
The album’s single Tear Da Club Up '97" served as an update to Paul and Infamous’ emphatically grim song of the same name on 1995’s Come with Me 2 Hell II project. I wrote that song at McDonalds eating a Quarter Pounder with mayonnaise on it, he says of the original with a chortle. It later served as apparent interpolative inspiration on Travis Scott’s Astroworld cut No Bystanders . If we would’ve made a Tear Da Club Up Thugs album, that would’ve changed the whole history of Three 6 Mafia. This article originally appeared on Noisey US.
Tear da Club Up. Three 6 Mafia. Produced by DJ Paul & Juicy J. Album Mystic Stylez. Tear da Club Up Lyrics.
Tear Da Club Up Thugs. CrazyNDaLazDayz (2xLP, Album, Promo). Tear Da Club Up Thugs Of Three 6 Mafia. Tear Da Club Up Thugs Of Three 6 Mafia - CrazyNDaLazDayz (Cass, Album).
The Best of Three 6 Mafia. Three 6 Mafia, DJ Black, DJ Black & Three 6 Mafia. Mystic Stylez: The First Album. Kings Of Memphis: Underground, Vol. 3. Club Memphis - Underground Volume 2. Three 6 Mafia, Gangsta Boo, Juicy "Low Down" J, "Mista Dj Paul. The album spawned two singles: "Push 'Em Off" and "Hypnotize Cash Money"
Three 6 (in their Tear Da Club Up Thugs guise), the Hot Boyz, and Big Tymers traded barbs and boasts over a beat co-produced by Mannie Fresh. That Cash Money bounce is there, and the Hot Boys do much of the heavy lifting, but Lord Infamous drops the most tongue-twisting couplet: Cowards of the hour sickened by my tower flower power, Shower and devour face the boom boom boom power. One of Three 6 Mafia’s lighter-hearted tunes, Juicy J and La’ Chat offer a call-and-response ode to parenthood drama. The truth-telling is focused on the mundane (bounced checks, juvenile court appointments), with Juicy J pondering a move to Mexico rather than doing the stand-up thing. Bizarrely nixed from Three 6 Mafia’s ninth album Last 2 Walk, ’07 single ‘Doe Boy Fresh’ would have been a highlight of the awkward hodgepodge of a record. In 1999, Tear Da Club Up Thugz, a subgroup of Three 6 Mafia members in the founding trio of DJ Paul, Juicy J, and Lord Infamous, released CrazyNDaLazDayz, which is recognized as one of if not the first album made entirely in the Crunk production style. The album included Juicy J’s solo, Slob On My Knob, and went on to be certified Gold by the RIAA. CrazyNDaLazDayz peaked at no. 18 on the Billboard Top 200 music chart . CrazyNDaLazDayz as Tear Da Club Up Thugs (1999). as Da Mafia 6ix (2015).
Tear Da Club Up Thugs' debut album, Crazyndalazdayz, represents the rowdiest side of Three 6 Mafia, both in terms of beats as well as rhymes. Most of the songs have blatant references to riot-inciting violence, particularly songs such as "Get Buck, Get Wild" and "Elbow a Nigga. And when the rappers aren't trying to lyrically start fights, they're most likely spouting misogynist rants in songs such as "Slob on My Knob" and "All Dirty Hoes. Yet just as Prophet Posse focused almost exclusively on the horror side of Three 6 Mafia, Tear Da Club Up Thugs focuses almost exclusively on their violent side - making the two groups quite similar, in fact.