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Album: The Great Depression
# Song Title   Time
1)    Sometimes Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 1:06
2)    School Street Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 3:02
3)    Who We Be Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:48
4)    Trina Moe Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:02
5)    We Right Here Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:28
6)    Bloodline Anthem Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:26
7)    Shorty Was Da Bomb Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 5:12
8)    Damien III Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 3:22
9)    When I'm Nothing Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:33
10)    I Miss You Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:41
11)    Number 11 Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:25
12)    Pull Up (Skit) Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 0:21
13)    I'ma Bang Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 5:04
14)    Pull Out (Skit) Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 0:24
15)    You Could Be Blind Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:35
16)    The Prayer IV Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 1:43
17)    A Minute For Your Son Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 16:55
 

Album: The Great Depression
# Song Title   Time
1)    Sometimes Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 1:06
2)    School Street Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 3:02
3)    Who We Be Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:48
4)    Trina Moe Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:02
5)    We Right Here Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:28
6)    Bloodline Anthem Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:26
7)    Shorty Was Da Bomb Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 5:12
8)    Damien III Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 3:22
9)    When I'm Nothing Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:33
10)    I Miss You Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:41
11)    Number 11 Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:25
12)    Pull Up (Skit) Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 0:21
13)    I'ma Bang Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 5:04
14)    Pull Out (Skit) Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 0:24
15)    You Could Be Blind Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:35
16)    The Prayer IV Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 1:43
17)    A Minute For Your Son Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 16:55
 
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Tracks

1. Sometimes

2. School Street

3. Who We Be

4. Trina Moe

5. We Right Here

6. Bloodline Anthem

7. Shorty Was Da Bomb

8. Damien III

9. When I'm Nothing

10. I Miss You

11. Number 11

12. Pull Up {Skit}

13. I'm A Bang

14. Pull Out {Skit}

15. You Could Be Blind

16. The Prayer IV

17. A Minute For Your Son

Performer Notes
  • Personnel includes: DMX, Faith Evans, Stephanie Mills, Mashonda.
  • Producers include: DMX, Damon "Grease" Blackman, Black Key, Kidd Kold, Chad Elliot.
  • Recorded at The Hit Factory Criteria, Miami, Florida and Chaton Studios, Phoenix, Arizona.
  • "Who We Be" was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance.
  • Personnel includes: DMX, Faith Evans, Stephanie Mills.
  • Producers include: DMX, Damon "Grease" Blackman, Black Key, Kidd Kold, Chad Elliot.
  • "Who We Be" was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance.
  • Personnel: Dustin Adams (vocals); Brendan Buckley (drums).
  • Audio Mixers: Brian Stanley ; Rich Keller.
  • Recording information: Chaton Studios, Phoenix, AZ; The Hit Factory Criteria, Miami, FL.
  • Judging from his history of multi-platinum albums and successful film appearances, it would make more sense if DMX were happy rather than depressed. But then he might not have the same impact on his fans. THE GREAT DEPRESSION is the fourth installment in the story of DMX's life. Produced by various members of the Ruff Ryders crew, including Swizz Beatz and P.K., X's latest fits the Ruff Ryders formula of hardcore rap music with just enough crossover appeal to go pop. "Right Here," the first single, is a mid-tempo anthem for hip-hop heads to ride along with. And songs like "Trina Moe" show off DMX's writing skills, often overlooked amid the fury of his performances. Ironically enough, DMX sounds a lot more joyful than usual on THE GREAT DEPRESSION. The rapper is still as gritty as he was on his debut, only now he has a wealth of experience to share not only with his native Yonkers, but with the world at large.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (11/22/01, p.86) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...DMX still has his musical reflexes....maintaining his hard-rock chops on 'I'ma Bang', 'Who We Be' and 'Bloodline Anthem'..."

Rolling Stone (11/22/01, p.86) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...DMX still has his musical reflexes....maintaining his hard-rock chops on 'I'ma Bang', 'Who We Be' and 'Bloodline Anthem'..."

Entertainment Weekly (11/02/01, p.79) - "...Exhibits growth and honesty..." - Rating: B-

Entertainment Weekly (11/02/01, p.79) - "...Exhibits growth and honesty..." - Rating: B-

Q (p.134) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[P]acked with well-crafted anthems."

Q (p.134) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[P]acked with well-crafted anthems."
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