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Lay It Down

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8ball 10/23/2001

Review

Lay It Down gathers up the leftovers from Eightball's late-'90s stint with Tony Draper's Suave House label. Most of these tracks were several years old by the time they were released. They're still potent, however, albeit somewhat haphazardly produced, and showcase Eightball during his underground years, shortly before he became more well known. Though Lay It Down doesn't quite compare to Eightball's other solo albums, it's nonetheless a quality collection of vault recordings that completists should savor. [The clean version of this album attempts to censor any and all moments of profanity.] ~ Jason Birchmeier
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Intro 8ball 1:5
  3. 2 Ah Yea 8ball 4:47
  4. 3 Talking S**t 8ball 3:41
  5. 4 Skit 8ball 0:17
  6. 5 F**k for Free 8ball 4:14
  7. 6 Who Said Life Was E-Z 8ball 3:35
  8. 7 Skit 8ball 0:25
  9. 8 Let's Get Wild 8ball 3:12
  10. 9 Lay It Down, Pt. 2 8ball 4:17
  11. 10 The Streetz 8ball 4:13
  12. 11 Skit 8ball 0:42
  13. 12 How U 8ball 3:46
  14. 13 Thangs 8ball 3:51
  15. 14 Skit 8ball 0:44
  16. 15 Jazzy H**s 8ball 5:0
  17. 16 Nonsense 8ball 4:38

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