50 Cent, Whoo Kid* ‎– Elephant In The Sand (G Unit Volume II)

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Tracklist

1 No Artist Rat Joe (Skit) 1:35
2 50 Cent Feat. Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo Hollow Thru Him 3:52
3 50 Cent Feat. Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo & Young Buck Rider Pt. 2 4:03
4 50 Cent Feat. Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo & Young Buck Red Light Green Light 4:04
5 50 Cent Feat. Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo & Young Buck I'm On It Like That 2:52
6 Mike Epps Hip Hop Cop (Skit) 0:09
7 50 Cent Feat. Tony Yayo & Lloyd Banks Fully Loaded 2:56
8 No Artist Rat Joe (Skit 2) 0:27
9 50 Cent Feat. Prodigy, Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo Confrontation 2:37
10 50 Cent Feat. Young Buck, Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo Sunroof Open 3:01
11 50 Cent Feat. Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo & Young Buck I Fucked Your Bitch! 3:29
12 50 Cent Feat. Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo & Young Buck Chase Da Cat 3:28
13 50 Cent Feat. Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo & Young Buck Lifetime Achievement 3:43
14 DJ Whoo Kid Pow! Magazine Spring 08 Outro 1:34

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Notes

Diss against rapper <a href=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Fat+Joe>Fat Joe</a>.

Released as a free download on ThisIs50.com. ZIP archive including front and back cover as JPG files.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MMC0501-CD 50 Cent, Whoo Kid* 50 Cent, Whoo Kid* - Elephant In The Sand(CD, Album, Mixed) Modulor MMC0501-CD US 2008 Sell This Version
MR 2971-2 50 Cent, Whoo Kid* 50 Cent, Whoo Kid* - Elephant In The Sand(CD, Album, Mixed) Moon Records (2) MR 2971-2 Ukraine 2008 Sell This Version

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Habitak_Berlin

Habitak_Berlin

August 16, 2010

When I downloaded this I was still going to the gym regularly and G-Unit mixtapes were my favorite soundtrack for this. I have only listened to this once entirely and I doubt that I will listen to it again in the near future. A whole hour of Fat Joe disses? 50 Cent really seems to spend most of his waking hours in the recording studio, and I don't think he would ever NOT release a song he recorded. Anyway, this is the usual G-Unit material, the usual beat selection, the usual bragging and the usual annoying "Whoooo-Kiiiiiid" screams on top. Not exactly bad, but also nothing the world really needs.