Prodigy ‎– Return Of The Mac

Koch Records ‎– 0999 235 534-2 7
CD, Album

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1 The Mac Is Back (Intro)
Producer – DJ Muro*
2 Return Of The Mac (a.k.a. New York Shit) 2:59
3 Stuck On You
Mixed By – Kevin Crouse
4 Mac 10 Handles 4:15
5 Down & Out In New York City (Skit)
Instrumentation By – Truth & Soul*Mixed By – Arnold Mischkulnig
6 The Rotten Apple 3:06
7 Madge Speaks (Skit)
Voice – Madgesty*
8 Take It To The Top
Producer – DJ Muro*
9 P. Speaks (Skit) 1:05
10 7th Heaven
Featuring – Un Pacino
11 Bang On 'Em 3:39
12 Nickel And A' Nail 2:57
13 Legends 3:58
14 Stop Fronting 3:06
Bonus Tracks
15 My Priorities 3:24
16 That's That
Featuring – The Alchemist*, Havoc (3)
17 Last Words
Featuring – KokaneMixed By – Kevin Crouse



Track #1 contains samples of "Kamen Rider" performed by Shunsuke Kikuchi.
Track #2 contains samples of "Blacula Strikes" performed by Gene Page.
Track #4 contains samples of "Easin In" performed by Edwin Starr.
Track #5 and #6 contain samples of "Down And Out In New York City" performed by James Brown.
Track #11 contains samples of "Do I Stand A Chance" performed by The Montclairs.
Track #14 contains samples of "Playing Your Game Baby" performed by Barry White.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KOC-CD-5534 Prodigy Return Of The Mac(CD, Album) Koch Records KOC-CD-5534 US 2007 Sell This Version
METHOD 116 Prodigy Return Of The Mac(CD, Album) Koch Records METHOD 116 Australia 2007 Sell This Version
KOC-CD-5544 Prodigy Return Of The Mac(CD, Album + DVD, NTSC + Tar) Koch Records KOC-CD-5544 US 2007 Sell This Version
98946 Prodigy / Prodigy* Prodigy / Prodigy* - Return Of The Mac(CD, Album, Comp, Unofficial, Dig) Not On Label (Prodigy), Not On Label (The Prodigy) 98946 Russia 2007 Sell This Version
98945 Prodigy Return Of The Mac(CD, Album, Unofficial) ООО "Плазма" 98945 Russia 2007 Sell This Version


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June 22, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
This dude is trippin', this is the worst CD I've heard in years. I have mad respect for the early Mobb Deep work but this shit is retarted. Every song deals with black on black crime and shit that's been said a million times by every thug or thug wanna-be rapper since then. It was fresh in '93 and '95, but now a dude NEEDS TO RETIRE. Another fine example of KOCH records squeezing the last drops of life from dried up rappers.