Lil Ke & Mad Max (8) as Thugg Lordz ‎– Regime Religion

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Regime Entertainment ‎– RE20004-9
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Cassette, Album
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1 Regime Thugg Lordz
Featuring – C-BoProducer – One Drop Scott
4:16
2 Hate Me Again
Featuring – YukmouthProducer – Max Julian, One Drop Scott
3:27
3 Whatcha Gonna Do
Featuring – Killa TayProducer – Max Julian, One Drop Scott
4:28
4 Time Of Day
Featuring – Steady Mobb'nProducer – One Drop Scott
4:18
5 My Life's Hard
Featuring – Eclipse*Producer – One Drop Scott
4:33
6 The Best
Featuring – Phats BossiProducer – Max Julian
4:08
7 Thug Lord Religion
Featuring – Eclipse*Producer – Max Julian
3:51
8 Fake Bitches
Producer – One Drop Scott
3:50
9 Thug Nigga
Producer – One Drop Scott
3:33
10 My Life
Producer – One Drop Scott
3:28
11 Try'n To Come Up
Producer – One Drop Scott
4:02
12 Unstoppable
Producer – Max Julian, One Drop Scott
4:16
13 Big Shit
Featuring – Killa TayProducer – One Drop Scott
4:01
14 Livin In The Shoes
Producer – Toure (2)
3:52

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Notes

An album title is unavailable on the actual copy but every entry online lists the album as "Thugg Lordz - Regime Religion". The album itself lists it simply as "The Regime Presents... Thugg Lordz" but this is likely attributed to the unreliable album credits, which include the follow errors:

Lil Ke is listed as Lil Ki
Max Julian is listed as Max Julien
Phats Bossi is listed as Phats Bozzi
Steady Mobb'n is listed as Steady Mobbin and Steady Mobbin'
Eclipse is listed as Eklipze

Despite the "The Regime" tag Yukmouth (The Regime's leader) did not approve of the album, especially since he and C-BO had already recorded for an album under the name Thug Lordz. Lil Ke and Mad Max left The Regime in 2002.

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