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Other albums by UGK

  1. Stop-N-Go/The Game Belongs to Me
UGK 6/17/2003

Review

While often credited for laying much of the foundation for the Dirty South movement, UGK (the duo of Pimp C & Bun B) danced to the rhythm of a different drum loop (an immensely unfair and inapt turn of phrase for an act as likely to employ live musicians as sample). From their earliest days in late-1980s Houston, the pair called on a vast and eclectic array of influences to create hip-hop as it had never quite been heard before. BEST OF captures a sly selection of UGK’s singles up to the unfortunate day Pimp C was incarcerated (he would ultimately die well before his time).
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 I Left It Wet for You UGK 4:43
  3. 2 Something Good UGK 5:26
  4. 3 Murder UGK 3:52
  5. 4 It's Supposed to Bubble UGK 4:28
  6. 5 Pocket Full of Stones UGK 5:0
  7. 6 Diamonds & Wood UGK 5:13
  8. 7 Short Texas UGK 6:16
  9. 8 Let Me See It UGK 4:12
  10. 9 Front, Back & Side to Side UGK 5:11
  11. 10 Ain't That a B***h (Ask Yourself) UGK 4:42
  12. 11 Protect & Serve UGK 4:35
  13. 12 Choppin' Blades UGK 4:45
  14. 13 Good Stuff UGK 3:49
  15. 14 Pocket Full of Stones [Pimp C Remix] UGK 6:12
  16. 15 One Day UGK 5:23

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