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Lord Infamous - Lord Of Terror mp3 album

Lord Infamous - Lord Of Terror mp3 album Performer: Lord Infamous
Title: Lord Of Terror
Style: Hardcore Hip-Hop, Horrorcore, Gangsta
Size MP3: 1886 mb
Size FLAC: 1411 mb
Rating: 4.8
Format: WAV MP3 ASF VOC DXD MOD MP1

Ricky T. Dunigan (November 17, 1973 – December 20, 2013), better known by his stage name Lord Infamous, was an American rapper from Memphis, Tennessee. He was a co-founder of Three 6 Mafia. He was the half brother of DJ Paul. His lyrics touched on subjects such as horror, Luciferianism, mass murder, and torture, along with more common hip-hop themes such as crime and drugs.

In my humble opinion, Lord Infamous is one of, if not, the best vocalist(s) in hip-hop history. Armed to the teeth with a vocal arsenal filled with heavy artillery, Lord Infamous is a mic conquistador. With his high, yet cold and devilish, voice and flow that can achieve (comprehensible) warp speed or wrap tightly around a beat, Keyser Soze’s most valuable asset his own voicebox. Musically epic, lyrically inconsistent (but good overall), Lord of Terror is one of the best Three 6 Mafia solo albums. Possibly the best pure rapper from Three 6 Mafia, competing with Koopsta Knicca, Lord Infamous wrecks the booth big time. Words cannot explain my profound love for his rapping style. Regardless, the Scarecrow ain’t no hoe.

Lord of Terror is the first solo album by Lord Infamous, although it was originally released as a mixtape. It was recorded 1993. Many of the songs on Lord of Terror were reprised or samples were used in later Three 6 Mafia albums. Beat Down" (featuring DJ Paul) (Original Version). Lick My Nutts" (Original Version). Gotta Make a Stang" (featuring DJ Paul). Bitches Ain't Worth It (Skit)" (featuring Juicy J, Lil Buck, and DJ Paul).

Lord of Terror (album). Solo Tape is the first solo album by Lord Infamous, although it was originally released as an untitled cassette, it later becoming known as Lord of Terror erroneously via bootlegs & collectors tape trading mixtape. Lord of Terror may refer to: Lord of Terror (Oh My Goddess!), a character in Oh My Goddess! Lord of Terror (album), an album by Lord Infamous. Lord of Terror, a character in Sgt. Frog. Diablo, the Lord of Terror, a character from Diablo. Lord of Terror Baal, a boss in the Disgaea series of video games.

Often referred to as Lord Of Terror.

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Listen to music from Lord Infamous like Intro, Yeah I'm Wit' It & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Lord Infamous. Ricky Dunigan (November 17, 1973 - December 20, 2013), better known by his stage name Lord Infamous, was an American hip hop artist from Memphis, Tennessee, USA. He was co-founder of the Memphis rap group Three 6 Mafia, together with his half brother DJ Paul. Lord Infamous began his music career in 1991 with his younger half-brother Paul Beauregard, better known by his stage name DJ Paul.

Lord of Terror (1994). Album by Lord Infamous. Drag 'Em From the River.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Beat Down (Original Version)
Featuring – DJ Paul
6:01
2 South Memphis 3:21
3 Lick My Nutts 4:38
4 Gotta Make A Stang
Featuring – DJ Paul
4:31
5 Bitches Ain't Worth It (Skit)
Featuring – DJ Paul , Juicy J, Lil' Buck
3:52
6 9mm
Featuring – Juicy J
2:38
7 Murder On The Menu 3:02
8 Y'all Ready For This 2:28
9 Drag 'Em From The River 4:53
10 Scarecrow 3:05
11 Dedication 3:53
12 Where Is Da Bud? (Original Version)
Featuring – DJ Paul
3:35
User reviews
Freaky Hook
This release doesn't exist. Only available on cassette as "Lord Infamous - Solo Tape" ...the above image is internet-only fan art. This cassette-only album was never ever ever titled "Lord of Terror" ......whoever made this fake cd cover is confusing it with the DJ Paul//Lord Infamous '95 cassette "Come w/ Me to Hell II - Lords of Terror"