Slaughterhouse - self-titled

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Their formula hasn't been perfected yet; but the talent, and (most importantly) the will are there, which is a promising indicator of things to come

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  • Joell Ortiz - Yaowa

    1. Yaowa (Intro) (Produced by DJ Premier) 2. What They Want (Produced by DJ Premier) 3. Rain feat. Raekwon (Produced by Jake One) 4. 20 Dollars (Produced by Havoc) 5. Horror Movie feat. Royce da 5'9", Crooked I & Joe Budden (Slaughterhouse) (Produced by The Alchemist) 6. What's the Word (Produced by Frank Dukes) 7. Winded (Produced by Large Professor) 8. Help feat. Faith Evans (Produced by Just Blaze) 9. Rewind (Produced by The Alchemist) 10. Winding on Me (Produced by Frank Dukes) 11. Size 'Em Up feat. Action Bronson (Produced by The Alchemist) 12. Ride Out (Produced by Mr. Porter) 13. Act Stupid (Produced by DJ Premier) 14. Oh No (Produced by The Alchemist) 15. No Happy Ending (Produced by S1)

  • Tilt

    Did a remix to the song "Cuckoo", check it out if you want, thanks.

  • jskyloo

    cant wait for the 2nd lp..

  • pop-i

    im all for real rap, and i think these niggas are some of the best niggas around...when they go solo. This album sounded good in theory, so i bought it and it turned out to be a fuckin waste of my 16 bucks. by theory i mean, all 4 can destroy mics an the singles released were fire, it was supposed to be a good album. The only good songs were the singles and evrythin else was boring and repetitive, either too loud or too slow an fuckin boring. Truly dissapointing. How the fuck can anybody compare these niggas to the Wu??? compare their first lps. 36 chambers is WAAAAY BETTER than this shit

  • Indiemuzik

    Slaughterhouse is lyrical fire. Hopefully when the group gets signed to Shady they'll be able to get better production. But the lyrics alone still make this debut a 5/5.