Monday, March 10, 2014

Gravediggaz - 6 Feet Deep [1994]

01: Just When You Thought it Was Over (Intro)
02: Constant Elevation
03: Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide
04: Defective Trip (Trippin') (feat. Biz Markie & MC Serch)
05: 2 Cups of Blood
06: Blood Brothers
07: 360 Questions (Skit)
08: 1-800 Suicide
09: Diary of a Madman (feat. Killah Priest & Shabazz the Disciple)
10: Mommy, What's a Gravedigga?
11: Bang Your Head
12: Here Comes the Gravediggaz
13: Graveyard Chamber (feat. Killah Priest, Shabazz the Disciple & Dreddy Kruger)
14: Deathtrap (feat. Masta Ace)
15: 6 Feet Deep
16: Rest in Peace (Outro)
17: Pass the Shovel (European Version Only)

REUPLOAD:  6 Feet Deep is the debut album of the horrorcore supergroup Gravediggaz. It was released August 9, 1994, by Gee Street Records. The album was re-issued in 1997.
The original title of the album was Niggamortis, but it was changed to have a better reaction with the American crowd. However, the record was called by its original title overseas. The European version also included the bonus song "Pass the Shovel".[4] The last question on "360 Questions" is a reference to Tommy Boy Records, to which each band member had been signed at one point. Grym Reaper's first couple of lines from “Here Comes the Gravediggaz” (You don't pull on Superman's cape/You don't spit into the wind/You don't pull the mask off the old Lone Ranger) are from the song "You Don't Mess Around With Jim," originally by Jim Croce. Killah Priest and Shabazz the Disciple made their first released appearances on "Graveyard Chamber" and the single "Diary of a Madman". This led to RZA signing them both to his Wu-Tang Records together with their group Sunz of Man. Dreddy Kruger made his recording debut on "Graveyard Chamber" as well. Three charting singles were released from the album. "Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide" and "1-800 Suicide" found minor success on the rap charts, while "Diary of a Madman" became the group's only single to make it to the Billboard Hot 100, making it to 82.


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