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Da Bottom Vol.2 (Chopped & Scr

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1. Intro - Chamillionaire, DJ Ideal
2. Dade County Clap - Dirtbag, Jacki-O, Pitbull
3. Freestyle - Chamillionaire, Cubo, , Pitbull
4. You Don't Know MW - T.I.
5. Call Me F.L.I.P. [T.I. Diss] - Lil' Flip
6. You Want No Problems - Jae Millz, Pitbull, Stat Quo
7. Still Talkin Down [Chamillionaire Diss]
8. Phone Call - Chamillionaire, DJ Ideal
9. Freestyle [Mike Jones Diss] - Chamillionaire, Rasaq
10. Game Room [Florida Classic] - Grandaddy Souf
11. Let Me See Ya - Slim Thug, Stat Quo
12. Pussy Muthafuckas - Trick Daddy
13. Chamillionaire Interlude - Chamillionaire
14. What's Up What's Up - Big Tuck, Chamillionaire
15. Freestyle - Pitbull
16. Jump on the Dick - Khia, T.I., Trick Daddy
17. Dat Corner - Dirtbag
18. Buck Back
19. Shyne On - Baby, Lil Wayne
20. Freestyle
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A Great cd but... Nov. 28 2006
By SUC_Fan - Published on
Format: Audio CD
As with the other volumes of Da Bottom this is an excellent cd. Lots of great artists collaborating together to make some very good songs and remixes. OG Ron C does a good job screwing up the tracks. I would rate this 5 stars however...

the back cover of the case says there are 29 tracks total. The linear notes inside say there are 24. I put the disc in the cd player and there are officially only 19 songs in total and they are not in the same order as listed on both the case cover and the linear notes. The folks at BCD should do something about this misnomer as I felt slightly ripped off buying a cd supposedly containing 29 song but being absent of 10 of them.