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State Property Presents the Chain Gang, Vol. 2


Download links and information about State Property Presents the Chain Gang, Vol. 2 by State Property. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:13:17 minutes.

Artist: State Property
Release date: 2003
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:13:17
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No. Title Length
1. Can't Stop, Won't Stop (featuring Young Gunz) 3:43
2. It's On (featuring Beanie Sigel) 5:04
3. Temporary Relief (featuring Sparks, Peedi Crakk) 4:03
4. Rolling Down the Freeway (featuring The Freeway) 4:04
5. B.B. Gun (featuring Beanie Sigel, Peedi Crakk, Oschino, Young Gunz) 5:34
6. State Prop (You Know Us) (featuring Beanie Sigel, Young Gunz) 4:50
7. When You Hear That (featuring Beanie Sigel, Peedi Crakk) 4:05
8. Still in Effect (featuring The Freeway, Neef) 2:40
9. Blow (featuring Twista, Sparks, Young Chris, Oschino) 5:15
10. Been Down Too Long (featuring Oschino) 4:20
11. G.A.M.E (featuring Beanie Sigel, Peedi Crakk, Young Chris) 4:01
12. Just Another N***a (featuring Sparks, Beanie Sigel, Oschino) 4:32
13. Want Me Back (featuring Sparks, Young Chris, The Freeway, Oschino) 4:34
14. See Clearly (featuring Beanie Sigel, Peedi Crakk, Young Gunz) 4:09
15. If I Could Do It All Again (featuring Sparks, Oschino) 4:59
16. Criminal Background (featuring Peedi Crakk, Young Chris) 3:30
17. 94 Bars (featuring Young Chris) 3:54



The second State Property compilation, following Freeway's elevation to full-fledged star status, is an improvement over the first, with more to offer in every capacity imaginable. Lead single and leadoff track "Can't Stop, Won't Stop," with a hollow percussive effect that can only be called the TiVo beat (it also resembles the sound of popping popcorn kernels), is a strong breakout track for Young Gunz. However, the duo is hardly a match for the likes of Beanie Sigel, Freeway, and newcomer Peedi Crakk, not to mention guests Jay-Z and Dirt McGirt. The extensive track listing is an attraction, but there's a little too much in the way of thrown-together filler to make it an end-to-end success. Why couldn't three minutes be taken away from anything involving Oschino, in order to add three minutes to Freeway's too-short "Still in Effect"? Incidentally, just about anything involving Oschino — excepting "Blow," with its show-stealing appearance from Twista — can be bypassed. Even considering its faults, the disc speaks well for the future of the crew. The mostly utilitarian and occasionally stellar production work, from an extended cast that includes Darrell Branch, D. Dot, Boola, Bink, Chad Hamilton, Alchemist, and Black Key, easily overpowers the work done on the first State Property comp. And, thankfully (mercifully), Dame Dash didn't feel the need to tie this one in with a movie.