Exit Wounds The Album (2LP)
Exit Wounds The Album (2LP)
Exit Wounds The Album (2LP)
Exit Wounds The Album (2LP)
Exit Wounds The Album (2LP)
Exit Wounds The Album (2LP)

Exit Wounds The Album (2LP)

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The soundtrack to the Andrzej Bartkowiak 2001 film, Exit Wounds

A1 is an interpretation of "Ain't No Sunshine" by Bill Withers


2 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : unspecified

Label : Blackground Records

Original Label : Blackground Records

Recorded 2000–2001

Mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA

Originally released in March 2001

Reissued in June 2022



Side A:

  1. DMX – No Sunshine
  2. Black Child – State To State (featuring Ja Rule)
  3. Nas – Gangsta Tears
  4. Trick Daddy – We Got (featuring Trina)

Side B:

  1. Sincere – Party (featuring – Timbaland)
  2. Ideal – It's On Me
  3. Three 6 Mafia – They Don't F@*k Wit U
  4. Big Stan – Walk With Me (featuring – DMX)

Side C:

  1. Memphis Bleek – 1-2-3
  2. The Lox – Bust Your Gun (featuring Sheek, Styles)
  3. Mack 10 – Steady Grinding (featuring – Cash $ Millionaires)
  4. Playa – Incense Buring

Side D:

  1. Drag-On – Off Da Chain Daddy (featuring Aja)
  2. Outsiderz 4 Life – Hell Yeah (Remix)
  3. Lady Luck - Hey Ladies (featuring Redman)
  4. Caviar – Fo' All Y'all (featuring WC, vocals by Don Twone, Nancy Fletcher)
  5. Iceberg – Dog 4 Life



      “The Exit Wounds soundtrack may bounce around from smooth urban sounds to buck-wild Dirty South to hardcore East Coast rap, but no matter the style, it maintains a stunning level of exceptional quality. In fact, it's difficult to narrow down the best moments since there are so many. On the one hand, several of the gritty East Coast moments here -- DMX's "No Sunshine," Drag-On's "Off da Chain Daddy," Lady Luck's "Hey Ladies," in particular -- could garner substantial radio play. Similarly, the three Dirty South moments featured -- Trick Daddy and Trina's "We Got," Three 6 Mafia's "They Don't Fuck Wit U," Cash Money Millionaires' "Steady Grinding" -- all stand as impressive songs driven by excellent production and a decadent air. And if that isn't enough to make this a notable soundtrack, the three sultry urban soul moments -- Ideal's "It's on Me," Playa's "Incense Burning," Timbaland's "Hell Yeah (Remix)" -- challenge the rap songs for the status of being album highlights. In sum, this album is filled to brim with amazing songs. Granted, a few songs such as Black Child and Ja Rule's "State to State" could be skipped over. For the most part, though, Exit Wounds illustrates exactly how great soundtracks occasionally can be; not only does it have an ensemble of amazing songs, but it also offers a variety of styles -- hardcore East Coast rap, Dirty South, naughty urban soul -- that should appeal to a number of audiences.” AllMusic Review by Jason Birchmeier


      Ratings :

      AllMusic : 4.0 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.0 / 5

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