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Friday, March 31, 2006

Monopoly+government collusion= assfucking for everyone

DJ Total takes us into the Deathrow vaults with over 20 unreleased tracks from
Dr. Dre, Snoop Doggy Dogg, The Dogg Pound & 2 Pac.

01. RADIO INTRO (nuthin' but a g thang verse) - snoop doggy dogg
02. KICKIN' IT (interlude)
03. LET ME RIDE (extended promotional version) - dr. dre ft. daz dillinger
04. GIN & JUICE (laid back mix verse) - snoop doggy dogg
05. THE $20 SACK PYRAMID (interlude)
06. 40'Z & BUD (unreleased) - kurupt
07. PUFFIN' ON BLUNTS & TANQUERAY (unreleased promotional track) - the lady of rage & the dogg pound
08. 5 MIC'S IN THE SOURCE (unreleased) - the dogg pound
09. FREESTYLE (live on power 106) - the dogg pound
10. RAT TAT TAT TAT TAT (unreleased remix) - dr. dre
11. HEAD DOCTOR (interlude)
12. HEAD DOCTOR (unreleased original version) - snoop doggy dogg
13. GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS (unreleased) - snoop doggy dogg & e-white
14. BIG PIMPIN' (unreleased original version) - the dogg pound & snoop doggy dogg
15. "WHAT WOULD U DO?" FREESTYLE (live on power 106) - kurupt
16. WHO RIDE WIT US? (unreleased remix 1 verse) - the dogg pound
17. WHO RIDE WIT US? (unreleased remix 2 verse) - the dogg pound
18. STREET LIFE (unreleased) - prince ital joe ft. snoop doggy dogg & 2 pac
19. STREET SCHOLARS (unreleased) - dr. dre ft. j-flex
20. ROCK YA BODY (dj total blend) - 2 pac ft. skg
21. FREESTYLE (live on power 106) - snoop doggy dogg
22. "WHO AM I? (WHAT'S MY NAME?)" FREESTYLE (live on power 106) - snoop doggy dogg
23. MY HEAT GOES BOOM (unreleased original version) lbc crew ft. daz dillinger, soopafly & snoop doggy dogg
24. GANGSTA RIDE (unreleased) - snoop doggy dogg & daz dillinger
25. EAST/ WEST (interlude)
27. FUCK 'EM ALL (unreleased original version) - 2 pac & the outlawz
28. UNTOUCHABLE (unreleased non lp remix verse) - 2 pac & lisa "left eye" lopes


29. REAL NIGGAZ DO REAL THINGZ (unreleased alternative version) - the notorious b.i.g.
30. GUARANTEED RAW 2006 (dj total blend from the upcoming DJ Total mixtape "reminisce vol.1") - the notorious b.i.g. & 2 pac
31. PORN STAR OUTRO (a message to suge) - heather hunter, janet jacme & cheri lee

Go Back to the Row
Couple random thoughts today.

Shout out to Venezuela and the 2 patriots down there sparking a re-investigation into 9-11.I want to believe the government but the shit just don't add up. Maybe they did'nt plan it themselves but it sure looks mad suspect. Project Northwoods,PNAC,Haliburton,Kellogg Brown Root,Controlled Demolition Inc are all things truth movement skeptics need to "Get Familiar" with. Peep the profits and ask yourself who's benefitted ? To my armchair warrior/flagwavers. War should only be the ABSOLUTE last option necessary and not by choice. If u are really convinced that invading Iraq is 100% righteous (osama=saudi)
why the fuck are you not over there? It's really that simple. If you support your government and what they are doing to Iraq you should be over there helping.plain and fucking simple,otherwise,shut the fuck up.
Myself and everysingle person i know is sick of living under rule of these fearmongers. Once you say fuck 'em it's quite liberating.I get emails from people that are really scared of speaking their mind and their glad i'm doing this blog.
A government re-elected on fear will serve you fear.
It's time for some massive change.

I came across a couple tight blogs that i've added links in my bookmark section.Music wise make sure you check out all the fine shit Biff and Worm are doing.They update frequently and work hard giving u lazy fucks that heat. Also DZ at 9-11 blogger has been working hard to put all the truth movement facts/coincidences together.DEFINATELY check his blog out.he's got some politically charged music to peep as well.

peace for now,

thanks for the support,

starting to see some serious traffic on here.


Thursday, March 30, 2006

Too bad it's not the Dems calling for this, but like i've said before , both parties work for the same corporate masters.

Venezuelan Government To Launch International 9/11 Investigation

Truth crusaders Walter and Rodriguez to appear on Hugo Chavez's weekly TV broadcast

Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones/Prison Planet.com | March 31 2006

Billionaire philanthropist Jimmy Walter and WTC survivor William Rodriguez this week embarked on a groundbreaking trip to Caracas Venezuela in which they met with with the President of the Assembly and will soon meet with Venezuelan President himself Hugo Chavez in anticipation of an official Venezuelan government investigation into 9/11.

Rodriguez was the last survivor pulled from the rubble of the north tower of the WTC, and was responsible for all stairwells within the tower.
Rodriguez represented family members of 9/11 victims and testified to the 9/11 Commission that bombs were in the north tower but his statements were completely omitted from the official record.

Jimmy Walter has been at the forefront of a world tour to raise awareness about 9/11 and has still yet to receive any response to his million dollar challenge in which he offers a $1 million reward for proof that the trade towers' steel structure was broken apart without explosives.

Rodriguez said that he was told an FBI agent had asked the hotel him and Walter were staying in turn over a list of names of residents. Upon hearing this, the National Assembly provided armed military protection for the entirety of the trip. In addition, Walters said that CIA agents were seen surveilling the beach on which he and Rodriguez had handed out free DVD's a day earlier.

The US government attempted to sabotage the trip by putting Rodriguez, who has been decorated at the White House itself, and Walter on a no fly list.

Rodriguez (pictured above) and Walter are educating top Venezuelan officials on the evidence that 9/11 was a self-inflicted wound carried out by the military-industrial complex. They have also appeared on every Venezuelan television and radio station both private and state owned and have given huge presentations to major universities.

Upon visiting, Rodriguez said that the President of the Assembly, Nicolas Maduro's home was brimming with books, videos and documents about the 9/11 cover-up. Maduro, Venezuela's top legislator, intoned that he was ready to create an international investigative committee, looking into the "international crime scene" that is 9/11 and that this would be structured via Hugo Chavez's government.

Rodriguez and Walter are also set to appear on Hugo Chavez's weekly broadcast 'Alo Presidente' - which is often subsequently the source of major international headlines. If there is no coverage of this event then we know for sure that a blackout order is in place.

Rodriguez and Walter offered their full support for Charlie Sheen's recent public stance on 9/11 and were heartened by his efforts. The potential of a government level inquiry endorsed by Hugo Chavez dovetails with Sheen's call for an independent investigation to be carried out by political foreign nationals.

Though the establishment media will no doubt seek to demonize Chavez as a militant with an axe to grind, this is an exciting development and the next step on the road to a genuine investigation that will seek to uncover the truth rather than hide skeletons and whitewash as was witnessed with the staged Kean committee.


Actor & Director Ed Asner Shares 9/11 Concerns

Highlights story of hijackers still alive and well

Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones/Prison Planet.com | March 31 2006

Award winning director, producer and actor Ed Asner is the latest high profile public figure to voice his support for Charlie Sheen's stance on 9/11 and share his own concerns about 9/11, the war in Iraq and the Neo-Cons.

Speaking to The Alex Jones Show Asner, best known for his Emmy-winning role as Lou Grant on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, echoed Charlie Sheen's sentiments in stating, "I became suspicious of 9/11 on the day it happened."

"I will always be that suspect of it and challenge it and challenge various points of it," said Asner.

Asner agreed that the official story of 9/11 and the Kean Commission investigation was a fable and a fraud.

"I do not buy it and I would challenge it, I know all of these points....the standing down," said Asner.

Asner questioned why no authority figures had been fired for their inability to prevent 9/11.

"Nobody in high office has ever paid the penalty for keeping us unprepared for 9/11, no one has paid the price and I cite the fact that Abu Ghraib was another typical example of the way this government works," said Asner.

"It's very easy to think of 9/11 to think of being yet another cause of being able to generate war in this country, " said Asner as he compared 9/11 to past examples of manufactured provocations such as the Gulf of Tonkin incident, the attack on the Maine and Pearl Harbor.

"Many of the purported hijackers are living persons elsewhere," said Asner highlighting a story reported by BBC and others that several of the so-called perpetrators of 9/11 visited their embassies in protest that they had been identified as terrorists.

Asked who gained from 9/11 Asner answered, "Certainly the military has, Halliburton, Brown and Root, Mr. Cheney's old outfit....the oil companies of course now with record highs, and the White House is of course involved with oil and the military and always has been."

Asner doubted that another terror attack needed to be staged in order to accomplish more of the same agenda.

"They don't have to have another attack, if they indeed launched the first one they have screwed up our country so badly they could just let us sink in upon ourselves."

Asner questioned why CNN chose to cancel his scheduled spot on Showbiz Tonight. After speaking to inside sources within CNN we were able to confirm that the order came down from a higher office to "kill" the story, despite the fact that the issue had generated the most interest Showbiz Tonight had ever encountered.

Asner is a true humanitarian and is an activist in the fields of missing US PoW's, depleted uranium, which Asner suggested was a deliberate population reduction method, and the fight to get the FDA to eliminate deadly thimerosal mercury additives to vaccines.

His public stance on 9/11 and his support of Charlie Sheen helps in the ongoing effort to encourage public figures with large media platforms to step forward and become prominent voices for the 9/11 truth movement.


1. jim jones - intro
2. j.r. writer - exclusive
3. camron - you gotta love it (dissin jay - z)
4. dem franchize boyz - brickz for the high feat. jim jones and dame dash
5. stack bundles - cold rockin mix feat. jim jones and max b.
6. j.r. writer - rider
7. j.r. writer - major paper
8. j.r. writer - freestyle (lazy k xclusive)
10. j.r. writer - bryd call feat. camron and lil wayne (xclusive lazy k version)
11. camron - show you how to do this
12. camron - really mean it
13. hell rell - head popped off feat. j.r. writer (lazy k xclusive)
14. camron - deaf
15. jim jones - certified gangsta feat. game (remix)
16. camron - we bout it bout it feat. master p.
17. j.r. writer - win or lose feat. popi storz (lazy k artist)
18. j.r. writer - freestyle feat. nucci reyo
19. j.r. writer - skit
20. nicole wray - lazy k xclusive feat. max b.
21. j.r. writer - freestyle (prod. by knoxvill)
22. j.r. writer - freestyle
23. hell rell - ruger rell and writer of writers feat. j.r. writer
24. datin - man v.s. machine (produced by charlemange)
25. row sheed - must feel good


Get Dipped

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

1. Way Of The Warrior
2. Warrior
3. I’m So Fly
4. Poppin Them Things
5. Prices On My Head
6. Gangsta Shit
7. Dear Father
8. Get Down
9. Its So Hard
10. Warrior Parts 2
11. Take A Good Look
12. Shot Down
13. When The Chip Are Down
14. On Fire
15. I Love To Win
16. The Setup
17. Just Another Day
18. Party Over Here
19. You
20. Dashiznit
21. Gotta Go
22. Ride With You
23. Steppin’s IT Hotter
24. Where I’m From
25. Bangers
26. Never Gonna
27. We From The Bottom
28. A South Side Story

Get Bank(s)

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

CLICK HERE TO Watch Loose Change NOW!!!

"LOOSE CHANGE" (2nd. Edition) new & explosive 911 evidence
directed, written & narrated by Dylan Avery

Devastating TV Film Evidence Points to 9-11 Treason
Unlitigated Payouts Ignore Obvious & Massive Twin Tower Insurance Fraud

"...It's easy to imagine an infinite number of situations where the government will legitimately give out false information. It's an unfortunate reality that the issuance of incomplete information and even misinformation by government may sometimes be perceived as necessary to protect vital interests." (former U.S. Solicitor General Theodore Olsen, whose wife Barbara was killed on September 11, 2001)


"...The best packaged DVD footage for sharing actual TV coverage & interviews shown only once during WTC / Pentagon attacks

--evidence strangely removed from repeat broadcasts ...striking visual and narrative analysis--shown frame by frame--pointing to government-linked mass murder and a new Pearl Harbor ...every school class should see this footage for historical reasons alone." Tom Flocco

"Here we're talking about plastic knives, and using an American Airlines flight filled with our citizens, and the missile to damage this building, and similar (inaudible) that damaged the World Trade Center." Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, in an interview with Parade Magazine on October 12, 2001, from the Pentagon

"...credible and shocking enough to predict outcries to arrest George W. Bush, U.S. officials, Congress intel. members & media execs for criminal acts and obstruction of justice if millions of Americans view & understand this evidence."

Pat Dawson, NBC NEWS reporter: "I spoke with the Chief of Safety for the FDNY. He received word of a secondary device, that is, another bomb going off...he said there was another explosion which took place. And then an hour after the first hit...there was another explosion that took place. He thinks that there were actually devices that were placed in the building. We are continuing to hear explosions downtown."

"You will never feel the same about the 911 attacks after viewing this DVD...it gave me chills."FOX NEWS reporter Mark Burnback, describing the second World Trade Center impact live:

"It definitely didn't look like a commercial plane. I didn't see any windows on the side. Again, it was not a normal flight that I've ever seen at an airport. It had a blue logo on the front, and it did not look like it belonged in the area." Was Burnback ever publicly interviewed again...threatened, fired? Were cable and network news execs told to stop re-broadcasting incriminating evidence?

"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we." George W. Bush, August 5, 2004

1. Lil’ Wayne - Mo Fire (3:23)
2. Busta Rhymes - Like A Pimp Feat. David Banner & Twista (3:33)
3. The Game - Gettin’ American Money Easy (3:12)
4. Busta Rhymes - Ante Up Feat. M.O.P. & Remy Ma (1:51)
5. Chamillionaire - Freestyle (1:36)
6. Paul Wall - Tryin’ To Get Paid (4:14)
7. Webbie - Hold Up Feat. Bun B (3:02)
8. D-Rich - Block 4 Life Feat. Jadakiss & Styles P (3:16)
9. Kanye West - Touch The Sky (Remix) (2:05)
10. Juelz Santana - We Wanna Do (1:22)
11. Sheek Louch - Take Everything You Got Feat. J-Hood & Styles P (3:46)
12. Black Wall Street - In My Six Four (2:54)
13. Mobb Deep - System Feat. Sizzla (3:48)
14. E-40 - She Say She Loves Me Ft. 8 Bal & Bun B (5:18)
15. J-Kwon - Ten Toes Feat. Jermaine Dupri, Stat Quo & Daz (3:25)
16. Tupac - Breathin’ (4:04)
17. Killer Mike - Kryptonite Feat. Lil’ Wayne, Bubba Sparxx & Busta Rhymes (Remix) (4:56)
18. Tha Dogg Pound - D.P.G.C. Muzik (4:22)


Get Hip Hop 14

Monday, March 27, 2006

Sunday, March 26, 2006

This is kinda worth watching and NOT in the R.A the Ruggedman video sense. Good way to spread your message in my opinion.

Also, This is 1:45 min long but the last 40 minutes is worth checking.It breaks down rather convincingly the demolition theories with new footage and expert and eyewitness testimony.

WTC/9-11 Expose Video
Here's the latest on the Charlie"True Patriot" Sheen 9-11 outing poll

1 - Project Pat is Back!!!
2 - Project Pat - Don't Turn Around
3 - Project Pat w/ Young Jeezy & Juelz Santana - Best of Both Hoodz
4 - Bohagen, Lil' Jon, D4L, Crime Mobb - W'zup
5 - Notorious B.I.G., TIP, Slim Thug - Breaking Old Habits
6 - Project Pat Back In The Lab??
7 - Project Pat & BlackJak - Ridin' Swervin
8 - Purple Ribbon & Killer Mike - Body Rock
9 - Smitty - Bout It Bout It
10 - Project Pat Hood Reps
11 - Outkast - Roaches & Rats
12 - Fats - I'm A D-Boy
13 - Replacementz - That's Me
14 - Juicy J Checks In
15 - Project Pat - Don't Bite The D
16 - D4L - I'm The Man
17 - Attitude - 1st Things 1st
18 - Juvenile - Get Ya Hustle On
19 - Project Pat Speaks
20 - The New Boyz N The Hood - Nutt Check
21 - Young Jeezy, Juelz Santana & Lil' Wayne - Lemme Show You How
22 - DJ Paul Checks In
23 - Young Dro & TIP
24 - Young Capone - Lights Camera Action
25 - Notorious B.I.G., Webbie & Too Short - In This World
26 - Project Pat & The Roots - Show
27 - Project Pat Outro
28 - T-Pain - I'm In Love With A Stripper

Get Pat

Saturday, March 25, 2006

DJ 31 Degreez is deep in the post, his back to the hoop. Dude puts it on
the floor, moves right, spins left and slams this mixtape home with some
authority. Reppin’ the Southern bracket, this competition mixtape hits hard
with prime-time players (PTP-ers baby!!): Weezy, Outkast, T.I., Slim Thug,
Trae/Jeezy, Magno, Kiotti, Shiest Bub dissin’ Purple Ribbon + new UGK…

1 - Lil’ Wayne - Pump That Base
2 - DJ 31 Degreez feat. Kiotti - College Campus
3 - Lil’ Wayne - Mailman
4 - Young Jeezy & Fabolous – Trapstar (remix)
5 - T.I. & Brasco - Pimp Squad Party
6 - Slim Thug & J.R. Writer - Houston To Harlem Collars
7 - Pimp C & Brooke Valentine - Dopeboy & Dopegirl
8 - Trae, Young Jeezy & Boss - White Bricks
9 - Magno, Ryno & Charlie Boy - Snap Ya Fingers
10 - Roam Bad Daddy - Son Of Deadbeat
11 - Outkast, E-40 & Goodie Mob - Coupe Devilles
12 - Shiest Bub - Started This Purp Shit (Dissin’ Big Boi & Purple Ribbon All-Stars)
13 - Dem Franchise Boyz - Watch Out [not on album]
14 - Smitty & Chingo Bling - You Already Know (Listen Baby)
15 - T.I. & Juelz Santana - What You Know (remix)
16 - Juelz Santana - Could You?
17 - Yo Gotti – Major (produced by Mannie Fresh)
18 - J.R. Writer - I’m Serious (Dissin’ Jay-Z)
19 - Sqad Up - Traphouse
20 - E-40, Juelz Santana, Bun B & Pimp C - White Girl
21 - Question - Deez Nutz
22 - Juvenile & Fiend - So Gone
23 - Three Six Mafia, Project Pat, BG & DMX - Poppin My Collar (remix)
24 - Pimp C & Bun B - You’z A Trick
25 - J.R. Writer & Slim Thug - We Gets Money
26 - DJ 31 Degreez feat. Lil’ Weavah - Real Talk
27 - Kiotti, Roam Bad Daddy, Smitty & Chris Rock - Its Freezing Today (Outro)

Get Mad

Friday, March 24, 2006

Rob E. Rob & S.P. show you what it’s like to be down with the almighty
G-Unit as this mixtape duo brings you more than 80 tracks, freestyles &
club bangers. Bringing you that patented G-Unit sound, this mixtape runs
through classics and recent anthems from 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young
Buck, Tony Yayo, M.O.P., Mase, Mobb Deep, Lil’ Scrappy and Olivia…

1 - G-Unit - Intro
2 - Notorious B.I.G. - Interlude
3 - Lloyd Banks - Playboy
4 - Mobb Deep - Put Em They Place
5 - M.O.P - Wartime
6 - 50 Cent, M. O. P - Whip Ya Head (remix)
7 - Lloyd Banks - Southside Story
8 - Murda Mase - Window Shopper (remix)
9 - Murda Mase - Freestyle (Majesty)
10 - Young Buck - Jesus Walk (Freestyle)
11 - Daddy Yankee, Lloyd Banks. Buck_Rompe (remix)
12 - G-Unit Interlude (Money Cash, G-Unit)
13 - Lil Scrappy - Rob E Rob Drop
14 - G-Unit - Snake (Freestyle)
15 - Lloyd Banks, Beyonce - Steppin In Hot
16 - B. I. G - Interlude
17 - Tony Yayo - Know You Dont Love Me
18 - Lloyd Banks - On Fire
19 - G-Unit - G-Unit Anthem
20 - Murda Mase - Sry Mr Pop Off (Freestyle)
21 - Olivia - Twisted
22 - Young Buck, Lloyd Banks - Lean Back (Freestyle)
23 - G-Unit - Stunt 101
24 - Tony Yayo - Pimpn
25 - Tony Yayo - Project Princess
26 - Lloyd Banks - Im So Fly
27 - Lloyd Banks, Avant - Karma
28 - Tony Yayo - Wass Up
29 - 50 Cent - Why U Naggin
30 - 50 Cent - Just A Touch
31 - 50 Cent - Teddy Pendergrass (Freestyle)
32 - Whoo Kid (Interlude)
33 - 50 Cent - Whoa
34 - 50 Cent - Your Not Ready
35 - Tony Yayo - Jamrock (Freestyle)
36 - 50 Cent - Gangsta Music (Freestyle)
37 - Lloyd Banks - Dipset Anthem (Freestyle)
38 - Tony Yayo - Back Then (Freestyle)
39 - Tony Yayo - Side Ways (Freestyle)
40 - 50 Cent - Green Latern (Freestyle)
41 - Tony Yayo, 50 Cent - 187 (Freestyle)
42 - 50 Cent, Tony Yayo - Bitches Aint Shit (Freestyle)
43 - Lloyd Banks - Reebok (Freestyle)
44 - Mobb Deep - Interlude
45 - Tony Yayo - Mind Playin Tricks On Me (Freestyle)
46 - Mase, 50 Cent, Whoo Kid - Skit (Im Callin)
47 - 50 Cent - Stay Surrounded
48 - Lloyd Banks - Threats (Freestyle)
49 - G-Unit - G-Units My Gang Man
50 - 50 Cent - Down Fall
51 - 50 Cent - Down Fall - Interlude
52 - 50 Cent, Justin Tumberland
53 - 50 Cent - (Freestyle) Pt. 1
54 - Tony Yayo - (Freestyle) Pt. 2
55 - Lloyd Banks (Freestyle) Pt. 3
56 - Tony Yayo - (Freestyle) Pt. 4
57 - Lloyd Banks - (Freestyle) Pt. 5
58 - Tomy Yayo - (Freestyle) Pt. 6
59 - Lloyd Banks - (Freestyle) Pt. 7
60 - 50 Cent - (Freestyle) Pt. 8
61 - Lloyd Banks (Freestyle) Pt. 9
62 - Tony Yayo - (Freestyle) Pt. 10
63 - 50 Cent - I’m Not Rich, I’m Still Trying
64 - Lil Scrappy - Interlude
65 - G-Unit - We Dont Give A Fuck About You
66 - Lloyd Banks - 8 Miles (Freestyle)
67 - 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks - Victory (Freestyle)
68 - Lloyd Banks - (Freestyle Dissin Nas)
69 - B. I. G - Interlude
70 - Young Buck - G-Unit
71 - B. I. G - Interlude
72 - Young Buck - Let Me In
73 - Lloyd Banks - Tryna Be A Gangsta
74 - 50 - Cent - Not That Nigga
75 - Juevinile - Interlude
76 - Lloyd Banks - You Already Know
77 - Lloyd Banks - When The Chips Are Down
78 - 50 Cent - Time Flows By
79 - 50 Cent - Porno Star
80 - Young Buck - Shorty Wanna Ryde Wit Me

G(et) UNIT



01.Ap's Intro
02.It Takes A Seven Nation Army to Hold Us Back
03.Represent Feat Celph Titled and Motive
04.Mother Molestors Freestyle
05.Ap's Theme
06.Mary Song Feat One Two
07.The Lesson Freestyle
08.Da Bichez Feat Eternia
09.Personal Jesus
10.Big Hoot Interlude
11.Trust Feat Emilio Lopez
12.Different Song
14.Night Life (Original Mix)
15.Can't Nobody Feat S.O.B. A.K.A. Ryu and Tak
16.Radio Feat 8th and Crisis
17.Rappaz R.N. Dainja Freestyle Feat Emilio Lopez
18.Doe for Clothes
19.Same Ol' Same Ol'
20.The Janitor
21.Shot Outs

Get your album


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Get some candy bitch

Thursday, March 23, 2006


1. Young Jeezy Intro
2. Don’t Put Your Hands On Me - DJ Clue feat. Lil’ Jon, Lil’ Scrappy, Lil’ Flip & Juvenile
3. Six Minutes Of Death - Lil’ Wayne feat. Fabolous & Cassidy
4. Joy - Missy feat. Mike Jones
5. Bad Bitch - Webbie feat. Trina
6. 23 Hour Lock Down - Ying Yang Twins feat. Bun B
7. Young Jeezy Interview Pt. 1
8. Last Of The Dying Breed - Young Jeezy feat. Young Buck & Trick Daddy
9. You’re Gonna Love Me (remix) - Da Bak Wudz feat. Slim Thug & Nas
10. It’s On - Bonecrusher feat. Trick Daddy & Killer Mike
11. We Run This - Missy
12. Young Jeezy Interview Pt. 2
13. Full Of That Shit - Webbie feat. Lil’ Boosie
14. Walk It Off - Lil’ Wayne
15. Hoes - Ying Yang Twins feat. Jacki-O
16. My Gun - David Banner feat. 8Ball
17. Diamonds - Slim Thug
18. Young Jeezy Interview Pt. 3 (Dissin’ Gucci Mane)
19. Bang - Young Jeezy feat. T.I. & Lil’ Scrappy
20. Back Then (remix) - Mike Jones feat. Tony Yayo
21. Nothing Less - Trillville
22. Young Jeezy Interview Pt.4

Get Pizzurp
What’s Become of Americans?

by Paul Craig Roberts

March 23, 2006

Imagine knocking on America’s door and being told, "Americans don’t live here any longer. They have gone away."

But isn’t that what we are hearing, that Americans have gone away?

When the weapons of mass destruction thing turned out not to be true, I expected the American people to rise up. They didn't.

Then, when the Abu Ghraib torture thing surfaced and it was revealed that our government participated in rendition, a practice where we kidnap people and turn them over to régimes who specialize in torture, I was sure then the American people would be heard from. We stood mute.

Then came the news that we jailed thousands of so-called terrorist suspects, locked them up without the right to a trial or even the right to confront their accusers. Certainly, we would never stand for that. We did.

And now, it's been discovered the executive branch has been conducting massive, illegal, domestic surveillance on its own citizens. You and me. And I at least consoled myself that finally, finally the American people will have had enough. Evidently, we haven't.

In fact, if the people of this country have spoken, the message is we're okay with it all. Torture, warrantless search and seizure, illegal wiretappings, prison without a fair trial or any trial, war on false pretenses. We, as a citizenry, are apparently not offended.

There are no demonstrations on college campuses. In fact, there's no clear indication that young people even seem to notice.

The Secret Service can now declare free speech zones to contain, control and, in effect, criminalize protest. Stop for a second and try to fathom that. At a presidential rally, parade or appearance, if you have on a supportive t-shirt, you can be there. If you’re wearing or carrying something in protest, you can be removed.

This! In the United States of America.

Readers tell me that Americans don’t live here any more. They ask what responsible American citizenry would put up with the trashing of the Bill of Rights and the separation of powers, with wars based on deception, and with pathological liars in control of their government? One reader recently wrote that he believes that "no element of the U.S. government has been left untainted" by the lies and manipulations that have driven away accountability. So-called leaders, he wrote, "talk a great story of American pride and patriotism," but in their hands patriotism is merely a device for "cynical manipulation and fraud."

The Bush regime acknowledges that 30,000 Iraqi civilians, largely women and children, have been killed as a result of Bush’s invasion. Others who have looked at civilian casualties with greater attention have come up with numbers three to six times as large. The Johns Hopkins study accounted for 98,000 civilian deaths. Andrew Cockburn, using more sophisticated statistical analysis, concluded that 180,000 Iraqis died as a result of Bush’s invasion. The former prime minister Iyad Allawi says that Iraqi sectarian violence alone is claiming 50–60 deaths per day, or 18,000–22,000 annually, a figure that could quickly worsen.

Some were killed by "smart bombs" that weren’t very smart and dropped on hospitals, schools, and weddings. Others were mistaken for resistance fighters and killed. Still others were killed by spooked, trigger-happy U.S. troops. And many died due to the breakdown of the Iraqi health system.

Now comes a report in the online edition of Time magazine that U.S. Marines went on a rampage in the village of Haditha and deliberately slaughtered 15 unarmed Iraqis in their homes. The Iraqis were still in their bed clothes, and 10 of the 15 were women and children.

The Marines turned in a false report that the civilians were killed by an insurgent bomb. But the evidence of wanton carnage was too powerful. Pressed by Time’s collection of evidence, U.S. military officials in Baghdad opened an investigation. Time reports that "according to military officials, the inquiry acknowledged that, contrary to the military’s initial report, the 15 civilians killed on Nov. 19 died at the hands of the Marines, not the insurgents. The military announced last week that the matter has been handed over to the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, which will conduct a criminal investigation."

If this story is true, under Donald Rumsfeld and George Bush’s leadership, proud and honorable U.S. Marines have degenerated into the Waffen SS. Those of us raised on John Wayne war movies find this very hard to take.

A fish rots from the head. Clearly, deception in the Oval Office is corrupting the U.S. military. One reader reported that on March 19 his local PBS station aired a program which discussed the deaths of two young American soldiers in friendly fire incidents similar to Pat Tillman’s death. In each case, he reports, "elements within the military falsified reports and attempted to shift blame to either enemy combatants or allied (Polish) forces."

The neocons have yet to tell us the real reason for their assault on Iraq, which has so far produced 20,000 dead, maimed, and wounded U.S. soldiers, between 30,000 and 180,000 (and rising) dead Iraqis, and demoralized U.S. Marines to the point that they commit atrocities on women and children.

Would real Americans accept these blows for the sake of an undeclared agenda? Perhaps it is true that Americans don’t live here any longer.

Dr. Roberts is Chairman of the Institute for Political Economy and Research Fellow at the Independent Institute. He is a former associate editor of the Wall Street Journal, former contributing editor for National Review, and a former assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury. He is the co-author of The Tyranny of Good Intentions.







1. "Alive On Arrival" Intro
2. "Vacation's Over" - Russell Simmons
3. Did You Miss Me, pt. 1 - DJ Green Lantern feat. Juelz Santana
4. Got Me On My Shit - Jay-Z (Green Lantern mix)
5. Shotgun Season - Fat Joe feat. Styles P. [produced by Green Lantern]
6. Never Scared - Beanie Sigel feat. Tru Life [produced by Green Lantern]
7. The Ice Cream Man - Pharrell [produced by Green Lantern]
8. Swizz Beatz Interlude
9. All I Know - DJ Green Lantern feat. Akon & Hell Rell [produced by Green Lantern]
10. "Survivor" Freestyle - Ghostface
11. License To Kill (remix II) - Papoose feat. Mobb Deep [produced by Green Lantern]
12. Ride With A 'G' - T.I. feat. Fat Joe (Green Lantern mix)
13. Interlude
14. New York - DJ Green Lantern feat. Jae Millz, Stack Bundles, Cory Gunz & Maino [produced by Green Lantern]
15. Your Longest Trip - Beanie Sigel (Green Lantern mix)
16. C.R.A.C.K. - Juelz Santana feat. 38 Special (Invasion)
17. Hustler's Prayer - Notorious B.I.G. feat. Jim Jones [produced by Green Lantern]
18. George Bush Interlude
19. Impeach The President - DJ Green Lantern feat. dead prez, Saigon, Immortal Technique & Just Blaze
20. Presidential Interlude - Wyclef
21. Bronx Blocks - Remy Martin
22. Blow His Head Off - Busta Rhymes feat. Ghostface [produced by Green Lantern]
23. The Click - J.R. Writer [produced by Green Lantern]
24. Young Jeezy & Lil' Wayne Interlude
25. In My Life - Mike Jones feat. The Boy Short (RSMG)
26. Get Ya Pay - T.I. feat. Bun B. & Rakim [produced by Green Lantern]
27. Top Down - Memphis Bleek [produced by Green Lantern]
28. Sow You What I'm Workin' Wit - DJ Green Lantern feat. Juelz Santana & Dem Fanchise Boyz [produced by Green Lantern]
29. We G's - Kool G. Rap & Prinz [produced by Green Lantern]
30. Alive On Arrival - Kardinal Offishall
31. Real Good - Nucci Reyo
32. Who's That? - Busta Rhymes feat. Q-Tip [produced by Green Lantern]
33. Did You Miss Me, pt. 2 - Juelz Santana
34. BONUS: Dresscode - Torch [produced by Green Lantern]
35. BONUS: Lean On 'Em - Mag

Get Green

DJ L takes you to Brownsville, Brooklyn to bring you M.O.P. at its rawest on this 45-track mixtape. The Mash Out Posse’s own Billy Danze and Lil’ Fame get buckwild on this crazy mixtape tribute to the musical career of one of hip-hop most respected veteran rap groups. This mixtape features all-new music from the recent G-Unit signees as they take you through the classics, recent cuts, freestyles, anthems, cameos and unreleased cuts.

1 - M.O.P. Intro
2 - War Time feat. 50 Cent
3 - Big Boy Game (remix) feat. 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes
4 - When Death Becomes You feat. 50 Cent
5 - I’ll Whip Ya Head Boy (remix) feat. 50 Cent
6 - Welcome To Brooklyn feat. Damian “Jr.” Gong Marley
7 - BKNY [unreleased]
8 - Instigator
9 - You Don’t Know (remix) feat. Jay-Z
10 - Put It In The Air feat. Jay-Z
11 - 4 Alarm Blaze feat. Teflon, Jay-Z
12 - My Kinda Nigga feat. Heather B
13 - Stick To Ya Gunz feat. Kool G. Rap
14 - How About Some Hardcore
15 - G-Building
16 - Calm Down
17 - Not By You [unreleased]
18 - AK’s & Clips [unreleased]
19 - New York Giants feat. Big Pun
20 - Ya’ll Don’t Wanna Fuck With feat. Styles P.
21 - Symphony feat. EPMD, Lady Luck
22 - Brownsville
23 - Firing Squad
24 - Warriorz
25 - All Of The Above [unreleased]
26 - Fox (M.O.P.)- Interlude
27 - Cold As Ice
28 - Let It Go [unreleased]
29 - Ante Up
30 - Ante Up (remix) feat. Busta Rhymes, Remy Martin, Teflon
31 - Come Off feat. Gravy [unreleased]
32 - We Connected feat. Blahzay Blah [unreleased]
33 - First, Last, & Only feat. Memphis Bleek
34 - Fight Club feat. Fat Joe, Petey Pablo
35 - BK To LA feat. Xzibit
36 - World Premier feat. Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat [unreleased]
37 - Home Sweet Home feat. Lord Have Mercy
38 - Bloody Murda [unreleased]
39 - Ready For War feat. Busta Rhymes
40 - B.I. Vs Friendship feat. Gang Starr
41 - City feat. Lil’ Red
42 - Hip-Hop Cops feat. Wyclef [unreleased]
43 - Rawness feat. Teflon
44 - Pain [unreleased]
45 - The Bottom [unreleased]


Get M.O.P
Pentagon Tells Bush - Climate
Change Will Destroy Us

By Mark Townsend and Paul Harris in New York
The Observer - UK

Climate change over the next 20 years could result in a global catastrophe costing millions of lives in wars and natural disasters..

* Secret report warns of rioting and nuclear war

* Britain will be 'Siberian' in less than 20 years

* Threat to the world is greater than terrorism

A secret report, suppressed by US defence chiefs and obtained by The Observer, warns that major European cities will be sunk beneath rising seas as Britain is plunged into a 'Siberian' climate by 2020. Nuclear conflict, mega-droughts, famine and widespread rioting will erupt across the world.

The document predicts that abrupt climate change could bring the planet to the edge of anarchy as countries develop a nuclear threat to defend and secure dwindling food, water and energy supplies. The threat to global stability vastly eclipses that of terrorism, say the few experts privy to its contents.

'Disruption and conflict will be endemic features of life,' concludes the Pentagon analysis. 'Once again, warfare would define human life.'

The findings will prove humiliating to the Bush administration, which has repeatedly denied that climate change even exists. Experts said that they will also make unsettling reading for a President who has insisted national defence is a priority.

The report was commissioned by influential Pentagon defence adviser Andrew Marshall, who has held considerable sway on US military thinking over the past three decades. He was the man behind a sweeping recent review aimed at transforming the American military under Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.

Climate change 'should be elevated beyond a scientific debate to a US national security concern', say the authors, Peter Schwartz, CIA consultant and former head of planning at Royal Dutch/Shell Group, and Doug Randall of the California-based Global Business Network.

An imminent scenario of catastrophic climate change is 'plausible and would challenge United States national security in ways that should be considered immediately', they conclude. As early as next year widespread flooding by a rise in sea levels will create major upheaval for millions.

Last week the Bush administration came under heavy fire from a large body of respected scientists who claimed that it cherry-picked science to suit its policy agenda and suppressed studies that it did not like. Jeremy Symons, a former whistleblower at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), said that suppression of the report for four months was a further example of the White House trying to bury the threat of climate change.

Senior climatologists, however, believe that their verdicts could prove the catalyst in forcing Bush to accept climate change as a real and happening phenomenon. They also hope it will convince the United States to sign up to global treaties to reduce the rate of climatic change.

A group of eminent UK scientists recently visited the White House to voice their fears over global warming, part of an intensifying drive to get the US to treat the issue seriously. Sources have told The Observer that American officials appeared extremely sensitive about the issue when faced with complaints that America's public stance appeared increasingly out of touch.

One even alleged that the White House had written to complain about some of the comments attributed to Professor Sir David King, Tony Blair's chief scientific adviser, after he branded the President's position on the issue as indefensible.

Among those scientists present at the White House talks were Professor John Schellnhuber, former chief environmental adviser to the German government and head of the UK's leading group of climate scientists at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. He said that the Pentagon's internal fears should prove the 'tipping point' in persuading Bush to accept climatic change.

Sir John Houghton, former chief executive of the Meteorological Office - and the first senior figure to liken the threat of climate change to that of terrorism - said: 'If the Pentagon is sending out that sort of message, then this is an important document indeed.'

Bob Watson, chief scientist for the World Bank and former chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, added that the Pentagon's dire warnings could no longer be ignored.

'Can Bush ignore the Pentagon? It's going be hard to blow off this sort of document. Its hugely embarrassing. After all, Bush's single highest priority is national defence. The Pentagon is no wacko, liberal group, generally speaking it is conservative. If climate change is a threat to national security and the economy, then he has to act. There are two groups the Bush Administration tend to listen to, the oil lobby and the Pentagon,' added Watson.

'You've got a President who says global warming is a hoax, and across the Potomac river you've got a Pentagon preparing for climate wars. It's pretty scary when Bush starts to ignore his own government on this issue,' said Rob Gueterbock of Greenpeace.

Already, according to Randall and Schwartz, the planet is carrying a higher population than it can sustain. By 2020 'catastrophic' shortages of water and energy supply will become increasingly harder to overcome, plunging the planet into war. They warn that 8,200 years ago climatic conditions brought widespread crop failure, famine, disease and mass migration of populations that could soon be repeated.

Randall told The Observer that the potential ramifications of rapid climate change would create global chaos. 'This is depressing stuff,' he said. 'It is a national security threat that is unique because there is no enemy to point your guns at and we have no control over the threat.'

Randall added that it was already possibly too late to prevent a disaster happening. 'We don't know exactly where we are in the process. It could start tomorrow and we would not know for another five years,' he said.

'The consequences for some nations of the climate change are unbelievable. It seems obvious that cutting the use of fossil fuels would be worthwhile.'

So dramatic are the report's scenarios, Watson said, that they may prove vital in the US elections. Democratic frontrunner John Kerry is known to accept climate change as a real problem. Scientists disillusioned with Bush's stance are threatening to make sure Kerry uses the Pentagon report in his campaign.

The fact that Marshall is behind its scathing findings will aid Kerry's cause. Marshall, 82, is a Pentagon legend who heads a secretive think-tank dedicated to weighing risks to national security called the Office of Net Assessment. Dubbed 'Yoda' by Pentagon insiders who respect his vast experience, he is credited with being behind the Department of Defence's push on ballistic-missile defence.

Symons, who left the EPA in protest at political interference, said that the suppression of the report was a further instance of the White House trying to bury evidence of climate change. 'It is yet another example of why this government should stop burying its head in the sand on this issue.'

Symons said the Bush administration's close links to high-powered energy and oil companies was vital in understanding why climate change was received sceptically in the Oval Office. 'This administration is ignoring the evidence in order to placate a handful of large energy and oil companies,' he added.


US Troops Investigated Over Iraqi Massacres
By Patrick Cockburn
The Independent UK

Wednesday 22 March 2006

The US military is investigating two incidents in which American soldiers killed at least 26 Iraqi civilians and then claimed that they were either guerrillas or had died in cross fire.

The growing evidence of retaliatory killings of unarmed Iraqi families, often including children, by US soldiers seemingly bent on punishing Iraqis after an attack, will spark comparisons with the massacre of Vietnamese villagers at My Lai in 1968.

US troops have been notorious among Iraqis for their willingness to shoot any Iraqi they see in the aftermath of an insurgent attack. But it is only now that convincing and detailed information is becoming available about the killings.

In the most recent incident, in the town of Ishaqi north of Baghdad last week, Iraqi police said that US troops had shot 11 people, including five children, in their home. The local police chief, Colonel Farouq Hussein, said that all the dead had been shot in the head, according to autopsies. "It's a clear and perfect crime," he said. In an incident in the town of Haditha in western Iraq on 19 November last year, US soldiers went on a rampage in a village after a bomb attack and killed at least 15 civilians, according to witnesses and local officials cited by Time magazine in an investigation.

The US military first claimed a roadside bomb had killed a US Marine, Miguel Tarrazas, along with 15 Iraqi civilians caught in the blast. Later, a military statement said "gunmen attacked the convoy with small-arms fire" and in returning fire the Marines killed eight insurgents.

But after Time presented the US military with what Iraqis said had happened, an official investigation found that 15 of the civilians had been deliberately killed by US soldiers.

The bomb attack on the US Humvee took place at 7.15am. Eman Waleed, a nine-year-old child, lived in a house 150 yards from the explosion. "We heard a big noise that woke us all up," she recalled later. "Then we did what we always do when there's an explosion: my father goes in to his room with the Koran and prays the family will be spared harm."

The Marines claim they heard shots coming from the direction of Waleed's house. They burst in to the house and Eman heard shots from her father's room. They then entered the living room, where the rest of the family was gathered. She said: "I couldn't see their faces very well - only their guns sticking in to the doorway. I watched them shoot my grandfather, first in the chest and then in the head. Then they killed my granny."

The US soldiers started shooting in to the corner of the room where Eman and her eight-year-old brother, Abdul Rahman, were cowering. The other adults in the room tried to protect the two children with their bodies and were all shot dead. Eman and her brother were both wounded.

"We were lying there, bleeding and it hurt so much. Afterwards some Iraqi soldiers came. They carried us in their arms. I was crying, shouting, 'why did you do this to our family?' And one Iraqi soldier tells me, 'we didn't do it. The Americans did it'."

The Marines' explanation is that they heard the sound of a Kalashnikov being readied to shoot and had then fired their weapons. The Marines say they were fired at from a second house, where they broke down a door, threw in a grenade and opened fire. The eight who died in the second house included the owner, his wife, the owner's sister, a two-year-old son and three young daughters.

In a third house the Marines searched four young men were shot dead. A military investigation decided these were insurgent fighters, along with four others killed in the street.

The Marines later delivered 24 bodies to a hospital in Haditha, claiming they had been killed by shrapnel from a bomb. Dr. Wahid, the director of the hospital, said: "It was obvious to us there were no organs slashed by shrapnel. The bullet wounds were very apparent. Most of the victims were shot in the head and chest - from close range."

An US military investigation decided the deaths were "collateral damage". Relatives were paid $2,500 (£1,400) for each of the dead.


Wednesday, March 22, 2006

What Would Happen If Jay-Z Fuck*d Wit Dre? The Bash Brothers put on in the air for Jay-Z as they blaze somereal Chronic to the Black Album. Crossing beats from Dr. Dre’s classic The Chronic over Jay-Z’s classic The Black Album… Sure, everyone’s
remixed The Black Album but here’s a new twist to this Black remix gig..

1 - High (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
2 - Intro (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
3 - December 4th (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
4 - What More Can I Say (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
5 - Encore (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
6 - Change Clothes (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
7 - Dirt Off Your Shoulders (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
8 - Threat (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
9 - Moment Of Clarity (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
10 - 99 Problems (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
11 - P.S.A. (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
12 - Justify My Thug (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
13 - Lucifer (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
14 - Allure (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
15 - My First Song (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)
16 - Gabbah (Bash Brothers Chronic remix)


Get Black Chron
When it comes down to career ending disstapes ,none get much more thoro than this one. If u didn't get a chance to listen to this when it first dropped now is your chance. T.I pulls no punches in his attempt to murk Lil Flip.
This ranks up there with Chamillionaires Mixtape Messiah. (3 cd's of Mike Jones hatred)

1 - KT - Huntin' For A Leprechaun
2 - T.I. - Welcome Back
3 - Scarface & T.I. - Phone Convo
4 - T.I. - "99 Problemz" (But Lil' Flip Ain't One) Freestyle
5 - Scarface & T.I. - Phone Convo #2
6 - P$C - Final Four
7 - T.I. & DJ Drama - Jackin' For Beats
8 - Pharrell & Drama Speak
9 - T.I. - You Don't Know Me [produced by DJ Toomp]
10 - Scarface & T.I. - Phone Convo #3
11 - T.I. feat. Macboney & Lil' 3rd- Its Been Said
12 - Big Kuntry & T.I. - Throwback [original version]
13 - T.I. feat. Jim Jones & Bun B. - To The End of The Road
14 - Paul Wall feat. Big Kuntry & Macboney - HustleMania
15 - T.I. & Lil' 3rd - Phone Convo
16 - T.I. - No Problems (remix)
17 - Xtaci - "Why?" Freestyle
18 - Big Kuntry - Kuntry King
19 - Hump (SuckaFree) & T.I. - Phone Convo
20 - T.I. & Juelz Santana - Role Call
21 - Big Kuntry feat. AK & C-Rod - In The South
22 - T.I. Freestyle [produced by DJ Don Cannon]
23 - Macboney - "Watch For The Crook" Freestyle
24 - T.I. & Ciara - My Goodies [new lyrics]
25 - Hump (SuckaFree) & T.I. - Phone Convo #2
26 - T.I. & Lil' 3rd - Keep Talkin (Game Over!!)
27 - Hump (SuckaFree) & T.I. - Phone Convo #3
28 - T.I. & Daz - My Life
29 - Xtaci & KHIA - My P*##y
30 - T.I. feat. Paul Wall, Macboney & AK - Killin' Me
31 - T.I. Outro

Get T.I and Drama

Tuesday, March 21, 2006




1. Styles P - Lost In Yonkers Part 4
2. J-Hood - 50 Cent Gotta Die 2Nite (Dissin’ 50 Cent & G-Unit)
3. Sheek Feat. Jadakiss - Pain (G-Unot) (Dissin’ 50 Cent & G-Unit)
4. Jadakiss, Sheek, Jaheim - Night In Yonkers
5. Nas & Tre Williams - Can’t Go On
6. Jadakiss - Got What You Need
7. Styles P - 2005 High
8. Sheek - R.I.P. 50 Cent (Dissin’ 50 Cent & G-Unit)
9. Styles P - I Know
10. T.Waters - Gangsta Click
11. Snype, John Doe - Queens 2 Yonkers
12. J-Hood - Your Secret Safe With Me 50 (Dissin’ 50 Cent & G-Unit)
13. Styles P & MMy Comrades Call
14. Sheek - Shifts On D-Block
15. Styles P & Sheek - Run Up
16. Large Amount, King Tuh - 2 Feet
17. Tre Williams - Talkin Tuff
18. J-Hood - In Yonkers I’m Good
19. Nahkusy , St.Laz - Yonkers Penitenary
20. Snype - Understand
21. Styles P - Official Gangstas
22. Sheek - Yonkers Exclusive
23. J-Hood - Yonkers
24. Styles P - Like You
25. J-Hood - Common Shit
26. T. Waters - A Yonkers Tale
27. Styles P - Yonkers Days
28. Sheek - All Yall Snitches (Dissin’ 50 Cent & G-Unit)
29. J-Hood - Put You Onto Hood
30. J-Hood - Outro


Get Lost in Yonkers

1. Separate But Equal
2. Knock Knock
3. Don't Trust 'Em (Skit)
4. Cross That Line feat. Big Treal
5. Let It Go feat. Mos Def
6. Can't Let Her
7. The Singing Bums (Skit)
8. Rollin' Out (feat. Supastition)
9. Macaroni
10. Can We Get A Freestyle Please????
11. On My G (Big Pooh)
12. Hate (Phonte)
13. Lovin' It feat. Joe Scudda
14. Not Enough feat. Darien Brockington
15. Boondock Saints feat. L.E.G.A.C.Y. and Chaundon
16. Teedra Moses & Myspace (Skit)
17. Home feat. Joe Scudda
18. Horror Movie (Skit)
19. I Need You feat. Darien Brockington
20. Candy feat. Bun B and Darien Brockington
21. How Did This Happen Outro????
22. Speed Racin feat. Skyzoo and Chaundon

Get a lil" Brother
BAY AREA 101: Get Familiar.

(Let this shit load first)

Monday, March 20, 2006

1. Street Execs Cutup Intro
2. Lil Wayne – Cash Money Ni**a (Banger)
3. BG & Webbie – Aint No B*tch!!! (Street HEAT)
4. Juelz & Franchize Boyz - Show U What Im Workin Wit (X -clusive)
5. Dre Ft Rick Ross – Chevy Ridin High (Hot)
6. Juvenile – Break A Brick Down (Hot)
7. DJ Drama Checks In
8. DJ Drama FT TI & Busta – Cannon (X - clusive)
9. Camron Ft Lil Wayne – Suck It Or Not
10. Trillville Ft Project Pat - Hee Haw (X - clusive)
11. Juvenile Ft Mike Jones, Paul Wall & UTP – Way I Be Leanin (New!)
12. Put M On Click Ft Gucci Mane – Pounds For A Stack (Hot)
13. Young Dro – Rubberband Banks (Streets Most Wanted)
14. Rick Ross – Im Bad (Hot)
15. Jae Millz Ft Slick Pulla – Gangsta
16. Plies – Take Off
17. Jokaman Checks In
18. Jokaman – U Like That (X- clusive)
19. BG FT Swizz Beatz – Whatchu Lookin At
20. Eva Trill Ft Young Dro - Born 2 Shine
21. Smoot Ft Chamillionare & Killa Kyleon – Grain Gripper (X-clusive)
22. Twista – Talking Hard Freestyle
23. 8ball & MJG, Too Short & E40 – Big Trick
24. Daron Jones Ft Fabo (D4L) – Dance For Me


Get This Shit

01.OG Ron C-Intro
02.GP Ft Mr Kaila And Kool Rod-Im A Greenback Stacka
03.GP Ft Kool Rod And Mr Kaila-Cuttin
04.Mr.Kaila Ft GP Big Nik-Paper Boy And Wreckin Yard
05.Teflon Ft Jack Ruby And Mr Kaila-Them Boyz
06.Steve T Ft J.Dean And GP-Fireman
07.Young Twinn Ft Big Nik-Love Tha Game
08.Mr Kaila Ft Kool Rod And GP-How They Did Me
09.George Young Ft Mr Kaila And GP-Im A King
10.Da Spark Ft GP And Big Nik-Soul Survivor
11.Mr Kaila Ft Kool Rod And GP-Then What
12.George Young Ft Chuck Conz And Big Nik-Go Crazy
13.Lovelady Ft Da Spark And Kool Rod-Mic Check
14.Chuck Conz Ft GP And Kool Rod-Dont Trip
15.K Shellz Ft George Young-Diamonds On My Neck
16.GP Ft Mr Kaila And Big Nik-Outta Control
17.Lovelady Ft Mr Kaila-Gold Digger
18.George Young Ft Big Nik-From Tha South
19.George Young Ft K Shellz-Hurricane Katrina (Bonus)

Get Wrecked

1. Intro
2. Rap Sheet
3. Shoot To Kill
4. Die Muthafuckas
5. On My Block
6. Well Known
7. Bang Out
8. Shots Fired - Feat. Juelz Santana
9. Freekey Zekey Phone Call
10. Y'all Don't Want War
11. Jesus In My Life
12. Dreams
13. Ruger Rell & Writer - Feat. J.R. Writer
14. Monsters Part 2
15. Keep It Thoro
16. Grand Finale - Feat. 40 Cal. & J.R. Writer
17. Intermission
18. What I'm About - Feat. Cory Gunz
19. Freestyle
20. Hellrell
21. Gangstas & Murders - Feat. Bezel
22. Uh Uh - Feat. Juelz Santana
23. Freestyle
24. Freestyle
25. What You Into - Feat. Ash & Sin
26. Bonus

Get Rell
The Mission Was Indeed Accomplished
Mon, 20 Mar 2006

By Greg Palast

What it's really all about

Get off it. All the carping, belly-aching and complaining about George Bush’s incompetence in Iraq, from both the Left and now the Right, is just dead wrong.

On the third anniversary of the tanks rolling over Iraq’s border, most of the 59 million Homer Simpsons who voted for Bush are beginning to doubt if his mission was accomplished.

But don’t kid yourself—Bush and his co-conspirator, Dick Cheney, accomplished exactly what they set out to do. In case you’ve forgotten what their real mission was, let me remind you of White House spokesman Ari Fleisher’s original announcement, three years ago, launching of what he called,

“Operation Iraqi Liberation.”

O.I.L. How droll of them, how cute. Then, Karl Rove made the giggling boys in the White House change it to “OIF” – Operation Iraqi Freedom. But the 101st Airborne wasn’t sent to Basra to get its hands on Iraq’s OIF.

“It’s about oil,” Robert Ebel told me. Who is Ebel? Formerly the CIA’s top oil analyst, he was sent by the Pentagon, about a month before the invasion, to a secret confab in London with Saddam’s former oil minister to finalize the plans for “liberating” Iraq’s oil industry. In London, Bush’s emissary Ebel also instructed Ibrahim Bahr al-Ulum, the man the Pentagon would choose as post-OIF oil minister for Iraq, on the correct method of disposing Iraq’s crude.

And what did the USA want Iraq to do with Iraq’s oil? The answer will surprise many of you: and it is uglier, more twisted, devilish and devious than anything imagined by the most conspiracy-addicted blogger. The answer can be found in a 323-page plan for Iraq’s oil secretly drafted by the State Department. Our team got a hold of a copy; how, doesn’t matter. The key thing is what’s inside this thick Bush diktat: a directive to Iraqis to maintain a state oil company that will “enhance its relationship with OPEC.”

Enhance its relationship with OPEC??? How strange: the government of the United States ordering Iraq to support the very OPEC oil cartel which is strangling our nation with outrageously high prices for crude.
Specifically, the system ordered up by the Bush cabal would keep a lid on Iraq’s oil production – limiting Iraq’s oil pumping to the tight quota set by Saudi Arabia and the OPEC cartel.

There you have it. Yes, Bush went in for the oil – not to get MORE of Iraq’s oil, but to prevent Iraq producing TOO MUCH of it.
You must keep in mind who paid for George’s ranch and Dick’s bunker: Big Oil. And Big Oil – and their buck-buddies, the Saudis – don’t make money from pumping more oil, but from pumping LESS of it. The lower the supply, the higher the price.
It’s Economics 101. The oil industry is run by a cartel, OPEC, and what economists call an “oligopoly”—a tiny handful of operators who make more money when there’s less oil, not more of it. So, every time the “insurgents” blow up a pipeline in Basra, every time Mad Mahmoud in Tehran threatens to cut supply, the price of oil leaps. And Dick and George just LOVE it.
Dick and George didn’t want more oil from Iraq, they wanted less. I know some of you, no matter what I write, insist that our President and his Veep are on the hunt for more crude so you can cheaply fill your family Hummer; that somehow, these two oil-patch babies are concerned that the price of gas in the USA is bumping up to $3 a gallon.

No so, gentle souls. Three bucks a gallon in the States (and a quid a litre in Britain) means colossal profits for Big Oil, and that makes Dick’s ticker go pitty-pat with joy. The top oily-gopolists, the five largest oil companies, pulled in $113 billion in profit in 2005 – compared to a piddly $34 billion in 2002 before Operation Iraqi Liberation. In other words, it’s been a good war for Big Oil.

As per Plan Bush, Bahr Al-Ulum became Iraq’s occupation oil minister; the conquered nation “enhanced its relationship with OPEC;” and the price of oil, from Clinton peace-time to Bush war-time, shot up 317%.
In other words, on the third anniversary of invasion, we can say the attack and occupation is, indeed, a Mission Accomplished. However, it wasn’t America’s mission, nor the Iraqis’. It was an Mission Accomplished for OPEC and Big Oil.
On June 6, Penguin Dutton will release Greg Palast’s new book, Armed Madhouse: Dispatches from the front lines of the class war. Order it today – and view his investigative reports for Harper’s Magazine and BBC television’s Newsnight – www.GregPalast.com.
Palast returns to the pages of the Guardian today with this column. Catch his commentaries weekly.

1. Gangsta, Gangsta Feat. Kurupt
2. Flatline Feat. Peedi Crakk
3. One Shot Deal Feat. Redman
4. 4,5,6 Feat. Memphis Bleek, Foxy Brown
5. What A Thug About
6. Mac Man
7. Get Down (Prod. By Just Blaze)
8. When You Hear That
9. Wanted (On The Run)
10. Philly, Philly (Prod. By Swizz Beatz)
11. Beanie (Mack Bitch) (Prod. By Just Blaze)
12. You, Me, Him, Her feat. Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek, Amil
13. Pop 4 Roc Feat. Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek, Amil
14. Watch Your Bitches
15. Parking Lot Pimpin' Feat. Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek, Lil' Mo
16. In The Club Feat. DJ Clue (Prod. By Timbaland)
17. Comin' For You Feat. DJ Clue
18. Bread & Butter Feat. Grand Puba, Sadat X (Prod. By Just Blaze)
19. The Truth (Prod. By Kanye West)
20. Stop, Chill
21. I Don't Do Much
22. Change The Game Feat. Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek
23. Change The Game (Rmx) Feat. Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek, Daz, Kurupt
24. Streets Is Talking Feat. Jay-Z
25. Stick 2 Da Script Feat. Jay-Z
26. The Roc (Just Fire) Feat. Memphis Bleek, Cam'ron (Prod. By Just Blaze)
27. Think It's A Game Feat. Jay-Z, Freeway, Young Chris
28. It's On Feat. Jay-Z (Full Song)
29. Change Up Feat. Memphis Bleek
30. My Hood To Your Hood Feat. Memphis Bleek
31. Who Want What Feat. Memphis Bleek
32. R.O.C. Feat. Memphis Bleek
33. My Mind Right (Rmx) Feat. Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek (Full Song)
34. Murda, Murda Feat. Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek (Full Song) (Prod. By Scott Storch)
35. If I Should Die Before I Wake Feat. B.I.G., Black Rob, Ice Cube
36. Journey Through The Life Feat. P.Diddy, Nas, Lil' Kim
37. Kiss Your Ass Goodbye (Rmx) Feat. Sheek Louch, Fabolous, The Game, Jadakiss (Prod. By Red Spyda)
38. Roc U Feat. Young Gunz
39. What We Do Feat. Freeway, Jay-Z (Prod. By Just Blaze)
40. Playa Feat. Jay-Z, Amil
41. Do It Again Feat. Jay-Z, Amil (Prod. By Rockwilder)
42. For My Niggaz Feat. Daz
43. Don't Stop Feat. Snoop Dogg (Prod. By The Neptunes)
44. Where Have You Been Feat. Jay-Z
45. Still Got Love For You Feat. Rell, Jay-Z
46. I Can't Go On This Way Feat. Freeway, Young Chris
47. What Your Life Like
48. What Your Life Like Pt. 2

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Saturday, March 18, 2006


1 - Pimp C & Bun B: The Past, Present & Future Intro
2 - DJ Smallz & Pimp C – Pimp C Is Free!!!
3 - Pimp C feat. Bun B & Paul Wall – Hold Up [Pimp C’s first single]
4 - T.I. feat. Bun B & Pimp C – Front To Back [full version]
5 - Lil’ Flip feat. Bun B & Pimp C – You’z A Trick (remix)
6 - Slim Thug – Poppin’ My Boss Hogg Collar
7 - Pimp C – It’s Southern Smoke You Bastards!
8 - T.I. – Right Now (Prod by Scott Storch)
9 - Young Jeezy feat. Red Café – Ya Dig
10 - Big Gee feat. Young Jeezy – Small Thangz
11 - Pimp C – Too Many Names For This Game
12 - Lil’ Wayne feat. Currensy & Mack Maine – G Shit
13 - Scarface feat. Lil’ Flip, Bun B & Chamillionaire – Stars
14 - Lil’ Keke feat. Pimp C, Bun B & Paul Wall – Chuck Up Da Deuce
15 - Cory Mo feat. Pimp C, Bun B & Slim Thug – If It Ain’t Me (remix)
16 - Pimp C – Pour It Up, Roll It Up & Line It Up
17 - Yo Gotti feat. Slim Thug & Lil’ Keke – Lean On Me
18 - Juvenile feat. Mike Jones & Paul Wall – Way I Be Leanin’
19 - Chamillionaire feat. Trae & Krayzie Bone – Ridin’ Dirty (remix)
20 - E-40 feat. The Game & Lil’ Jon – Tell Me When To Go (remix)
21 - Pimp C – The Pimp C & Bun B Movement Continues
22 - Trillville feat. Three 6 Mafia & Project Pat – Hee Haw
23 - Bubba Sparxxx feat. Lil’ Wayne & Baby – Tell Me
24 - Bone Crusher feat. Bun B – Walk That Walk
25 - T.I. feat. B.G. – Where You At Wit It
26 - Pimp C – The Real King Of The South
27 - Play-N-Skillz feat. Mannie Fresh – Who Da Shit
28 - Paul Wall feat. Fabolous & Red Café – Bling Blaow (remix)
29 - Pimp C feat. Mike Jones & Paul Wall – I’m N Luv Wit A Stripper
30 - 8Ball & MJG feat. E-40 & Too Short – Big Trick
31 - V12 Boyz [Pimp C, Boosie & Webbie] – Freestyle
32 - DJ Smallz & Pimp C – Thank You Outro


Nuclear Bunker Buster Bombs against Iran: This Way Lies Madness

By Stephen M. Osborn

03/16/06 " GlobalResearch" -- -- The latest information I have had from the followers of Bush is that he has demanded and received permission to use nuclear “bunker busters” in Iran in a preemptive strike. As a nuclear veteran (Operation Redwing, Bikini, 1956) I can affirm that this is absolute madness. The “bunker buster” is a cute sounding name for a nuclear horror. Air bursts are horrible enough, doing incredible destruction through heat, shock and high initial radiation. The fallout from an air burst is registered around the world. A surface or subsurface burst is even deadlier and more long lasting.

The Castle-Bravo blast at Bikini in 1954 was a fifteen megaton surface blast. It blew a hole over a mile wide and four hundred feet deep in the atoll, completely obliterating the island and vaporizing over thirteen billion cubic feet of coral, rock and water, sending it in a radioactive cloud extending into the stratosphere. The fallout over the atolls downwind was devastating to the people and ecology there. All of that material is rendered extremely radioactive and as it cools it condenses to fall as rain or radioactive “snow” which contaminates everything it touches. The effects are felt worldwide.

Firing der Bush’s bunker busters in Iran, or anywhere else for that matter, will vaporize hundreds of thousands of tons of earth, water and rock and send this radioactive soup downwind to kill and sicken whole populations. Those immediately downwind will die quickly, in hours or days. Those further downwind will take longer. The global incidences of cancers and disease will again rise markedly. The land downwind will remain contaminated and unusable for generations. If there were deep shelters, it has been postulated by the designers that the bunker busters would not penetrate deeply enough to affect them. I imagine that would initiate the attack theory of sending one nuke after another into the same hole. Picture the intensity of the radioactive disaster that would perpetrate on the area.

There are not too many of us left that witnessed the tests, but there are a number of groups that monitor the effects through cancers, birth defects, both physical and mental and monitoring of contamination in the environment. We are still feeling the results of those tests. I have exchanged e-mails with downwinders and with the children of downwinders who have had children with birth defects that had no previous history of such things in their families; who suffer from cancers that are peculiar to nuclear radiation.

Now we are facing the specter of Depleted Uranium, which is turning up in atmospheric filters around the world. Depleted Uranium is a nuclear byproduct of the nuclear industry. It is a low level radioactive material of extreme density. The half life of DU is 4.5 billion years. Workers in DU have to wear full protective equipment and respirators. DU ammunition is extremely hard and dense. It penetrates armor like tissue paper, vaporizing and burning, leaving dust and particles as shrapnel to be ingested or breathed. DU is not what the public thinks of as a radioactive material. It only emits alpha and beta radiation. A piece of paper will stop it. However, when it is in the lungs or elsewhere in the body, it is in contact with living tissue, bombarding that tissue with low level radiation for the rest of your life and beyond. That radiation can lead to cancers, genetic damage and eventual death.

Independent laboratories like Johns Hopkins have studied this and made predictions of the harm it can do. The government says, as it did with Agent Orange, “There is nothing to it, it is all in your head.” Meanwhile, people continue to sicken and die and will for generations.

Chernobyl was not a nuclear explosion. It was just a very hot, stubborn fire in nuclear fuel. Chernobyl and a huge surrounding area is uninhabitable for an estimated three to six hundred years. The fallout from Chernobyl contaminated food and livestock around Europe and Scandinavia for a long time, and the radiation is still traceable in the earth and some living things.

I, and many thousands like me, worked for many years to end the nuclear threat. Treaties were drawn up and ratified. The Peaceful Uses of Space treaty which guaranteed that no nation would use space as a platform for making war. That treaty is now derided by the American Military Establishment as naive. We are ready to take full control of the space around earth to provide a high ground for attack on any “threat” to the United States hegemony. The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, which was to keep nuclear weapon technology from spreading around the world. Der Bush has narrowed that down to anyone who could conceivably at some time in the future be a threat to American domination. Our “friends” can build what they want. We’ll even help them. The Arms Reduction Treaty between us and the CCCP. That was a treaty to destroy nuclear weapons and delivery systems on a mutual basis, with observers from each country verifying the destruction. Der Bush and Putin decided to change that to putting the weapons in storage instead of destroying them. Storage means access by black marketeers who can bribe poorly paid security guards and remove weapons and weapon grade material for resale to the highest bidder.

Treaties mean nothing to this government, of course, if they interfere with profits or power. The Geneva Conventions on the treatment of prisoners is ignored, the international conventions against torture are ignored, the tenets of our own Bill of Rights and Constitution guaranteeing privacy and freedom of _expression to its citizens are being canceled our by der Bush and his minions, the United Nations Charter is ignored or derided. The Kyoto Protocols on global warming and other studies are ignored by this administration as they interfere with short term profits.

All of these breaches of humanity are overshadowed, however, by the possibility of our using nuclear weapons. The effects of that will be as earth shattering as global warming and pollution. This can be avoided very simply by not using them, the one thing we cannot count on der Bush doing unless we stop him by absolutely forbidding the use of nuclear weapons. Even better would be to forbid him from conducting so called “preemptive wars” with anybody who disagrees with him.

Here are some links for those who wish to read a bit further into the subject.

This is my page on the Atomic Veterans site. It contains writings on my nuclear experiences. Then explore the rest of the site. http://www.aracnet.com/~pdxavets/osborn.htm

Downwinders are those who have been exposed to radiation through our testing both here and in the Pacific. http://www.downwinders.org/

There are a number of Chernobyl sites of interest, but these two really bring it home. http://library.thinkquest.org/3426/ Goes over the circumstances and effects of Chernobyl on the world. The Kiddofspeed site is the site of a courageous lady named Elena who has ridden her motorcycle through Chernobyl and its surroundings, photographing what she found there. http://www.kiddofspeed.com/chapter1.html

Depleted Uranium is discussed at many sites including the following, http://www.iacenter.org/depleted/du.htm Googling Depleted Uranium will give you about five million hits, many of them government apologia saying that DU is harmless, or nearly harmless.

http://www.cadu.org.uk/ is the site of the Committee Against Depleted Uranium and well worth reading.

http://www.ccnr.org/bertell_book.html Is a site on DU and Gulf War Syndrome, which also explores some of the problems with the manufacture of DU armaments to the ecology in the vicinity of the plants.

Please, do your own reading on the subject, then insist that the use of nuclear weapons is unacceptable for any reason. As one who has faced the nuclear dragon and survived, I can only say that “Ban the Bomb” is not just a slogan, it is a necessity.

© Copyright 2005 GlobalResearch.ca
Is Another 9/11 in the Works?

Fri, 17 Mar 2006 11:21:52 -0800

By Paul Craig Roberts

Republished from Information Clearing House

Bush’s determination to spread Middle East conflict by striking at Iran does not make sense.

If you were President George W. Bush with all available US troops tied down by the Iraqi resistance, and you were unable to control Iraq or political developments in the country, would you also start a war with Iran?
Yes, you would.

Bush’s determination to spread Middle East conflict by striking at Iran does not make sense.

First of all, Bush lacks the troops to do the job. If the US military cannot successfully occupy Iraq, there is no way that the US can occupy Iran, a country approximately three times the size in area and population.

Second, Iran can respond to a conventional air attack with missiles targeted on American ships and bases, and on oil facilities located throughout the Middle East.

Third, Iran has human assets, including the Shia majority population in Iraq, that it can activate to cause chaos throughout the Middle East.

Fourth, polls of US troops in Iraq indicate that a vast majority do not believe in their mission and wish to be withdrawn. Unlike the yellow ribbon folks at home, the troops are unlikely to be enthusiastic about being trapped in an Iranian quagmire in addition to the Iraqi quagmire.

Fifth, Bush’s polls are down to 34 percent, with a majority of Americans believing that Bush’s invasion of Iraq was a mistake.
If you were being whipped in one fight, would you start a second fight with a bigger and stronger person?
That’s what Bush is doing.

Opinion polls indicate that the Bush regime has succeeded in its plan to make Americans fear Iran as the greatest threat America faces.

The Bush regime has created a major dispute with Iran over that country’s nuclear energy program and then blocked every effort to bring the dispute to a peaceful end.

In order to gain a pretext for attacking Iran, the Bush regime is using bribery and coercion in its effort to have Iran referred to the UN Security Council for sanctions.

In recent statements President Bush and Pentagon chief Donald Rumsfeld blamed Iran for the Iraqi resistance, claiming that the roadside bombs used by the resistance are being supplied by Iran.

It is obvious that Bush intends to attack Iran and that he will use every means to bring war about.

Yet, Bush has no conventional means of waging war with Iran. His bloodthirsty neoconservatives have prepared plans for nuking Iran. However, an unprovoked nuclear attack on Iran would leave the US, already regarded as a pariah nation, totally isolated.

Another 9/11 event will prepare the ground for a nuclear attack on Iran. Some readers say that Bush, or Israel as in Israel’s highly provocative attack on the Jericho jail and kidnapping of prisoners with American complicity, will provoke a second attack on the US. Others say that Bush or the neoconservatives working with some “black ops” group will orchestrate the attack.

One of the more extraordinary suggestions is that a low yield, perhaps tactical, nuclear weapon will be exploded some distance out from a US port. Death and destruction will be minimized, but fear and hysteria will be maximized. Americans will be told that the ship bearing the weapon was discovered and intercepted just in time, thanks to Bush’s illegal spying program, and that Iran is to blame. A more powerful wave of fear and outrage will again bind the American people to Bush, and the US media will not report the rest of the world’s doubts of the explanation.

Reads like a Michael Crichton plot, doesn’t it?
Fantasy? Let’s hope so.
Paul Craig Roberts is the author of Alienation and the Soviet Economy and Meltdown: Inside the Soviet Economy, and is the author with Lawrence M. Stratton of The Tyranny of Good Intentions: How Prosecutors and Bureaucrats Are Trampling the Constitution in the Name of Justice.

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Monday, March 13, 2006

1 - Intro
2 - We All Die Some Day - Tony Yayo, Obie Trice, 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks
3 - New York City - Rakim
4 - Mobbed Out - GOD III
5 - GZA Interview
6 - Destruction of A Guard
7 - Champions - Mobb Deep
8 - King Kong - Self Scientific feat. Bun B
9 - Life of an Outlaw - Dr. Dre
10 - Hits For Hire - Snoop Dogg, B-Real, Chace Infinite
11 - Unstoppable Threats - Muggs vs. GZA feat. Masta Killa, Prodigal Sunn
12 - Live and Breath - Self Scientific
13 - Triggerside - Mitchy Slick, Phil Da Agony, Chace Infinite
14 - Advance Pawns - Muggs vs. GZA feat. The RZA, Raekwon, Sen Dogg
15 - What Life Would Be - Rakim
16 - GZA Interview 2
17 - Unprotected Pieces - Muggs vs. GZA
18 - Balance - Self Scientific feat. Kombo
19 - Freestyle - Evidence of Dilated Peoples
20 - State of Grace - Raekwon
21 - Beyond LA - Cypress Hill
22 - Federal - Mitchy Slick
23 - Outro

Get Mugged

Get Worldwide Warfare

1. Intro
2. Sean Price - jamaican
3. CL Smooth - smoke in the ear (djosk blend)
4. M-1 Interlude
5. Supastition - hate my face
6. Maylay Sparks/Kenneth Masters - just get down
7. El da sensei - crowd pleasa
8. M-1 - till we get there
9. Little Vic - the exorcist (djosk blend)
10.Lyrics Born ft.Evidence/KRS-One - pack up remix (djosk blend)
11.Alkaholiks - party ya ass off (djosk blend)
12.M-1 Interlude
13.M-1 ft.Ghostface Killah/Raekwon - been through
14.Keith Murray - ain't worried about (Prod. Erick Sermon)
15.Kaze - blood thicker than blood
16.Masta ace,Wordsworth,Stricklin & Punchline - 4 brothers (Premiere)
17.Supastition ft. Phonte/Big Pooh - soul control
18.Classified ft. Royce da 5'9"/Choclair - unexplainable hunger (Premiere)
19.Craig G - new york, new york (Prod. Marley marl)
20.M-1 ft.Stic-man (Dead Prez) - Early
21.Tek - nothing's gonna change
22.M-1 Interlude
23.Blaq Poet - psycho
24.A.P. - I wish
25.Sadat X ft.Heltah Skeltah - the great diamond d
26.Kardinall Offishall ft.Vybz Kartel - E.G.G.
27.Scarface ft.Product - i'm a ...
28.Notorious BIG,Jay-Z,Nas - the best (Unreleased)
29.AZ - Animal
30.Blaq Poet - bloody mess (Prod. Alchemist)
31.Little Vic - non filter
32.Curtains - that's what it is (bonus track)
Bush at the Tipping Point

A Lawless and Incompetent Leadership


George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, two top outlaws smashing our country's rule of law and democratic liberties, are testing the American people's resistance. Every day they are testing. Every day they think by flaunting the words, "war on terror", they can get Americans to concede more and more of what makes the United States a constitutionally-abiding government under the rule of law.

You know what? With not enough exceptions, they are right. Day by day, we're giving up what our forefathers fought to bequeath us since that famous Declaration of Independence of 1776. They were determined that people in this country would not be arrested without charges and jailed indefinitely, that they would not be tortured, or sent to be tortured in dictatorial regimes, or deprived of habeas corpus to take their incarceration to our courts of law, or be snooped on at the whim of the President and his deputies or that people in faraway lands would be destroyed in the tens of thousands due to a fabricated war-invasion-quagmire.

They instituted a constitution so that people would not be jailed without "probable cause", or be lied to about taking this country and its soldiers to war, or have shoved aside the checks and balances represented by American courts and the Congress. All these are being done by two pro-Vietnam war draft dodgers!

What does all this tell you about all of us out there in the great United States of America? A giant yawn of "who cares" by citizens, nearly two-thirds of whom now have turned against these two White House fabricators in poll after poll regarding the war, the surrender to Big Business, the gross incompetence in managing taxpayer dollars and the Katrina disaster.

But listen, the rumble of resistance and opposition is getting louder and not just from the increasing number of public demonstrations around the country.

A new Zogby poll reports that 72% of American soldiers serving in Iraq think the U.S. should get out within the next year, including 58% of the Marines! Three-quarters of National Guard and Reserve units support withdrawal within 6 months. Every month, more former high-ranking military officers, intelligence officials and diplomats are declaring their opposition to the war.

For a few examples of many: Retired four-star General, Joseph P. Hoar, who commanded the U.S. forces in the Persian Gulf after the 1991 war, described the Iraq war as "wrong from the beginning". Similar tough criticism has come from John Deutch, former head of the CIA, Zbigniew Brzezinski, national security advisor to President Carter and Brent Scowcroft, national security advisor to the first President Bush.

Retired General William Odom, former head of the National Security Agency and security adviser to Ronald Reagan, wrote that the Iraq war "is serving the interests of Osama bin Laden, the Iranians, and is fomenting civil war in Iraq." He describes the Iraq war as "the most strategic foreign policy disaster in U.S. history."

More recently, internal memos of criticism or dissent, Inspector General reports from Defense the Justice Department, and former highly-positioned staff within the Bush Administration, like Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, chief of staff to Colin Powell, are taking apart the public relations sheen concocted by the Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld triad.

Now comes the conservative American Bar Association--400,000 lawyers--whose House of Delegates has overwhelmingly approved a task force report accusing President Bush, in polite legal language, of violating both the Constitution and federal law. ABA President Michael S. Greco sent it to Mr. Bush with a cover letter dated February 13, 2006 (see www.abanet.org/op/domsurv for the full report).

The mass media, which has finally produced many exposes of the Bush war, ignored the significance of this condemnation by the nation's largest body of lawyers, written in part by attorneys who have served in the FBI, CIA and NSA. It should have been page one news.

There comes a tipping point, however, when the opposition of the establishment, the public opinion of the citizenry, the disgust of the soldiers--their spreading casualties, diseases and mental traumas - and the corruption of the large corporate contractors to whom much of the military's functions have been outsourced, all congeal and overcome the cowardliness of most members of Congress. Then a surge of Congressional followers and allies of Rep. John Murtha (D-PA), war veteran and leading voice against the Bush Iraq policies, will come to the forefront.

The illegal, disastrous (to both Iraqis and Americans) Iraq war is now almost three years of quagmire old. The chaos and bloodshed are worsening.

It is time to make the spring of 2006 the tipping point period for constitutionalism, justice and a sane foreign and national security policy. More yawns must turn into growls from outside Washington, DC. See http://www.DemocracyRising.US for more information.
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