Bulletproof (Hush album)

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Studio album by Hush
Released August 23, 2005
Genre Midwest hip hop, rap rock
Label Geffen Records
Producer Jordan Schur (exec.), Hush, Julian Bunetta, Eminem, Luis Resto, Beau Dozier, Randy Lynch, Scott Summer, Notes, Thom Panunzio
Hush chronology
Roses & Razorblades
The Open Book
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Rolling Stone 1/5 stars[1]

Bulletproof is the third album from American rapper Hush released on Geffen Records. It contains some of the songs from The Contender, and features Nate Dogg, Talib Kweli, Phil Campbell, D12 (Eminem, Kuniva, Bizarre, & Swifty McVay), Bareda, and Lo-Down. A clean version of "Fired Up" is used in the video game Need for Speed: Most Wanted.

Track listing[edit]

  1. My Introduction (Produced by Julian Bunetta)
  2. Fired Up (Produced by Julian Bunetta)
  3. Hush Is Coming (feat. Nate Dogg) (Produced by Eminem, Luis Resto (co.))
  4. Let It Breathe (feat. Talib Kweli) (Produced by Julian Bunetta)
  5. Put Em Down (Shake The Ground) (Produced by Julian Bunetta)
  6. Real TV (feat. Bizarre) (Produced by Beau Dozier)
  7. The March (Produced by Hush, Randy Lynch (co.), Scott Summer (co.))
  8. 24 Hours (Produced by Hush, Randy Lynch (co.), Scott Summer (co.))
  9. Superstar (Produced by Julian Bunetta)
  10. Off To Tijuana (feat. Eminem, Kuniva & Swifty) (Produced by Eminem, Luis Resto (co.))
  11. Woodpecker (Produced by Hush)
  12. Rock Shit (feat. Bareda, Phil Campbell & Lo-Down) (Produced by Notes, Hush (co.), Thom Panunzio (co.))


Charts (2005) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 83


  1. ^ "Rolling Stone review". Rollingstone.com. Retrieved 2012-09-08.