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|Studio album by|
|Genre||Horrorcore, gangsta rap, hardcore hip hop, crunk|
|Lord Infamous chronology|
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. 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)
- "South Memphis"
- "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)
- "9mm" (featuring Juicy J)
- "Murder On the Menu"
- "Y'all Ready For This" (Original Version)
- "Drag 'Em From the River" (featuring DJ Paul)
- "Where Is Da Bud?, Part 1"
- "Where Is Da Bud?, Part 2"
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