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New YELLOW/RED SPLATTER vinyl press of the 2004 album from infamous Horror-core rap collective, Gravediggaz, featuring original member Frukwan! With it's mixture of super scary narratives and menacing beats as heard on "Big Shot Dead," "What's Wrong With You," "Burn In Hell" and others, 6 Feet Under picks up where the first, now classic Diggaz debut album 6 Feet Deep left off! Frukwan, also of Brooklyn's Stetsasonic, carries the Gravediggaz torch in honor of the passing of his longtime companion and collaborator Poetic, who produced the Diggaz 1997 album The Pick, The Sickle & The Shovel!
New YELLOW/RED SPLATTER vinyl press of the 2004 album from infamous Horror-core rap collective, Gravediggaz, featuring original member Frukwan! With it's mixture of super scary narratives and menacing beats as heard on "Big Shot Dead," "What's Wrong With You," "Burn In Hell" and others, 6 Feet Under picks up where the first, now classic Diggaz debut album 6 Feet Deep left off! Frukwan, also of Brooklyn's Stetsasonic, carries the Gravediggaz torch in honor of the passing of his longtime companion and collaborator Poetic, who produced the Diggaz 1997 album The Pick, The Sickle & The Shovel!
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6 Feet Under - Yellow/Red Splatter [Colored Vinyl] (Red)
Artist: Gravediggaz
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $34.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Six Feet Underground
2. Big Shot Dead
3. Know What I Mean?
4. Alone in the Graveyard
5. What's the Meaning?
6. Home of the Brave
7. Burn in Hell
8. Break What?
9. What's Wrong with You? feat. Lady Tigra
10. Barking up the Wrong Tree

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New YELLOW/RED SPLATTER vinyl press of the 2004 album from infamous Horror-core rap collective, Gravediggaz, featuring original member Frukwan! With it's mixture of super scary narratives and menacing beats as heard on "Big Shot Dead," "What's Wrong With You," "Burn In Hell" and others, 6 Feet Under picks up where the first, now classic Diggaz debut album 6 Feet Deep left off! Frukwan, also of Brooklyn's Stetsasonic, carries the Gravediggaz torch in honor of the passing of his longtime companion and collaborator Poetic, who produced the Diggaz 1997 album The Pick, The Sickle & The Shovel!
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