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Geto Boys - We Can't Be Stopped album download
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    We Can't Be Stopped
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We Can't Be Stopped is the third studio album by Geto Boys, released on July 9, 1991. It was among their most successful records in terms of units sold. The album is analysed track-by-track by Geto Boys in Brian Coleman's book Check the Technique. We Can't Be Stopped was certified Platinum in early 1992. We Can't Be Stopped took only a few weeks to record. During the recording of the album, DJ Ready Red, one of the original Geto Boys members, left the group for personal reasons.

Geto Boys Geto Boys Geto Boys geto Boys. People are frightened when they hear the Boys Cause we ain't just a bunch of noise None of that 'me-me' rappin' We let your mothafuckin' ass know what's happenin'. Bitches get raped, niggas get murdered Adults fuckin' kids in numbers unheard of It's on the news every hour Why can't I talk about it? Everybody seem to be after us Even the manufacturers Wouldn't press our disc, you know it wasn't fair Fuck everybody who work there.

Album · 1991 · 14 Songs. Best of Geto Boys & Scarface (Mixed).

When the Geto Boys start We Can't Be Stopped by attacking radio stations, music critics and Geffen ("Can you believe those hypocrites/Would distribute Guns n' Roses, but not our shit?"), when they scratch a needle across Queen Latifah's "Ladies First" to introduce the hateful "I'm Not a Gentleman" and when their emotions range only from. spite to malice, their claim of holding a mirror to a young, black generation is revealed as a lie – the hatred is their own, and it pervades the entire album.

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The groups 1990 album The Geto Boys had to switch distributors from Geffen to Warner Bros. Records (with marketing done by WB sister label Giant Records) because of controversy over the graphic portrayal of rape, necrophilia, and murder in the song "Mind of a Lunatic. A high-profile incident in which Bushwick Bill lost an eye in a shooting with his girlfriend helped boost sales of its third album, We Can't Be Stopped. The album cover had a picture of the injured Bushwick being carted through a hospital by Scarface and Willie D. On the album's title track, the group responded to being dropped by Geffen Records. Mind Playing Tricks on Me" became a hit in the hip-hop community. All three members began solo careers, but Willie D. was the only one who actually left the group.

The Geto Boys (originally spelled Ghetto Boys) are an American rap group from Fifth Ward, Houston, Texas. The group's classic lineup comprised Bushwick Bill, Scarface and Willie D. The Geto Boys earned notoriety for lyrics covering controversial topics such as misogyny, gore, psychotic experiences and necrophilia. The group enjoyed success in the 1990s with several certified albums and singles.

Their follow-up, We Can’t Be Stopped, eventually hit platinum, though the trio of Scarface, Willie . and Bushwick Bill began to fracture by 1993. After releasing solo albums during the mid-’90s, the Geto Boys reunited in 1996 for one of their most praised albums, The Resurrection. For this list, we selected 15 of the Geto Boys best tracks. A track from the The Geto Boys remix album, on which Rick Rubin worked his magic. All tracks on that 1990 album were revamped versions of songs that appeared on Grip It! Ont That Other Level from 1989 (plus a new version from ‘Assassins’ that appeared on Geto Boys’ 1988 debut album Making Trouble). Two new tracks were included on The Geto Boys: ‘Fuck Em’ (see later) and ‘City Under Siege’.