718 (album)

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718
Studio album by Theodore Unit
Released August 3, 2004
Genre Rap
Label Sure Shot
Producer Cilvaringz, Marley Marl, Self, Anthony Acid, Dirty Dean, Smith Bros, Nexus, D-Prosper, K-Def, Emile, Skillspinc, Milestone
Theodore Unit chronology
718
(2004)
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Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]
RapReviews.com 8/10 stars [2]

718 is an album by Theodore Unit, composed of Ghostface Killah, Trife Da God, Cappadonna, Shawn Wigs, Solomon Childs, Kryme Life, and Du-Lilz. It was released exclusively to retailers on August 3, 2004 (3 months before the death of Ghostface's group-mate, the Ol' Dirty Bastard).

The album includes songs that were originally from sessions for the Ghostface album The Pretty Toney Album. Def Jam did not acquire rights for the samples in some of the songs, such as a Scooby Doo sample, for that album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Guerilla Hood" – (Ghostface Killah)
    produced by Cilvaringz
  2. "Punch in Punch Out" – (Trife Da God)
  3. "'88 Freestyle" – (Ghostface Killah and Trife Da God)
    beat produced by Marley Marl
  4. "The Drummer" (Ghostface Killah and Trife Da God featuring Method Man and Streetlife)
    produced by Self
  5. "Gatz" – (Shawn Wiggs, Ghostface Killah and Solomon Childs)
    produced by Anthony Acid
  6. "Who Are We?" (Ghostface Killah and Trife Da God featuring Bone Crusher)
    produced by Dirty Dean
  7. "Smith Brothers" – (Ghostface Killah and Trife Da God)
    produced by Smith Bros
  8. "Mama Can You Hear Me" – (Solomon Childs)
    produced by Nexus
  9. "Paychecks" – (Ghostface Killah and Trife Da God)
    produced by D-Prosper & K-Def
  10. "Wicked With Lead" – (Ghostface Killah and Trife Da God)
    produced by K-Def
  11. "Daily Routine" – (Shawn Wigs)
    produced by Emile
  12. "Right Back" – (Trife Da God and Kryme Life)
  13. "Pass the Mic" – (Du-Lilz, Shawn Wigs, Trife Da God, Solomon Childs, Ghostface Killah and Cappadonna)
    produced by K-Def
  14. "Work" – (Solomon Childs)
    produced by Skillspinc
  15. "It's the Unit" – (Shawn Wigs, Cappadonna and Ghostface Killah)
    produced by Emile
  16. "Be My Girl" – (Solomon Childs)
    produced by Milestone

References[edit]

  1. ^ 718 Theodore Unit Allmusic.com David Jeffries
  2. ^ "Theodore Unit :: 718 :: Sure Shot Recordings". Rapreviews.com. 2004-08-10. Retrieved 2011-08-16.