Three 6 Mafia definitely own on this short but sweet EP. As like alot of people, I was introduced to the Hypnotize Camp Posse and Three 6 after 'When The Smoke Clears' was released, and I was very impressed. I didn't expect much else, but then I got this underground album and I was blown away. Ever since I've got this album, I've been obsessed with Three 6. I suggest this CD to more horrorcore/underground rap music fans. This CD is very, very different from 'When The Smoke Clears' or their newer albums and projects. Onto the review...
The first track, 'A New Nitemare', is basically an intro, but a fresh intro and tight way to open up this EP. They chant 'Triple 6 Mafia' and it gets me pumped up for the rest of the record.
The next track is titled 'Triple 6 Mafia', and is more of an interlude song with Paul and Juice tellin' ya'll whats up. Very, very fresh production skills and voice effect from the Super Producers on this one.
The third track, one of my favorites, is 'Throw Yo Setts In Da Air'. Extremely wicked and underground track right here, if you have doubtz of buying this ep., just give a listen or two to this track and that will change your mind. This waz the first song I heard from this ep and I knew immediatly I waz gonna buy it.
The fourth track iz by former Three 6 member Koopsta Knicca, titled 'Slippin'. Koopsta spitz some wicked flowz on this short track and deliverz to the best, just like he did when he waz with Triple 6 and just like he doez to this day. Props to the Koop.
The next track is some old-school flavor by the sinister group, Killa Klan Kaze, called 'Be A Witness', a track of murder and violence. Can't get much better then that. MC Mack, Scan Man and crew let you know whatz goin' on. Enough said.
Now, my favorite track, 'Live By Yo Rep(B.O.N.E. Dis)'. If you had any doubtz of Three 6'z gangsta/killa credibility, look no further then this track right here. Strait-up fresh, killer-style Three 6 at their best. My favorite track ever by Three 6. You must hear this track. Following this song is a 'Screwed' remix of the track, just slowed down, nothing special. The original owns all. I think Bone Thugs are gonna think harder before they diss tha M-Town.
The last track, 'Tear Da Club Up(Da Real)' has been widely heard and is also tight, this iz tha original song right here. And az I said above, the original ownz all.
All in all, buy this ep if you like the underground/horrorcore type of Three 6 Mafia or are just a big fan of tha H.C.P. I never felt their music az much az I've felt this short ep. Worth it all out.