Get Down or Lay Down

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Get Down or Lay Down
Studio album by Philly's Most Wanted
Released August 7, 2001
Recorded 2000 - 2001
Genre Hip hop
Label Atlantic
Producer The Neptunes, Just Blaze, T-Mix, Epitome
Philly's Most Wanted chronology
Get Down or Lay Down
Ring the Alarm
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Get Down or Lay Down is the debut album by Philly's Most Wanted, released on August 7, 2001 through Atlantic Records. The majority of the album was produced by The Neptunes.

The album featured three charting singles, the most successful of which was "Cross the Border", which peaked at 98 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 3 on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles. "Y'all Can't Never Hurt Us" and "Please Don't Mind" both found success on the Rap charts, reaching 13 and 12 on the chart respectively. The album itself, however, underperformed, only reaching 69 on the Billboard 200.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer Length
1. "Radikal"   The Neptunes 4:04
2. "Y'all Can't Never Hurt Us"   T-Mix 4:03
3. "Suckas"   The Neptunes 3:52
4. "Pretty Tony"   The Neptunes 2:16
5. "Please Don't Mind"   The Neptunes 4:00
6. "Philly Celebrities"   The Neptunes 4:07
7. "Ladies Choice"   The Neptunes 4:40
8. "The Question"   Epitome 0:50
9. "Cross the Border"   The Neptunes 4:14
10. "Dream Car" (Featuring Pharrell) The Neptunes 3:43
11. "The Reason"   Epitome 1:24
12. "What Makes Me"   Epitome 4:38
13. "Suckas, Pt. 2"   The Neptunes 4:02
14. "The Game"   T-Mix 5:28
15. "Piece of the Pie"   Epitome 2:41
16. "Street Tax" (Featuring Clipse) The Neptunes 4:12
17. "This Bitch"   Just Blaze 5:32
18. "Cross the Border (Remix)" (Featuring Fabolous and Pusha T) The Neptunes 3:35


Chart (2001) Peak
Billboard 200 69
Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 20


  1. ^ Azpiri, Jon . Review: Get Down or Lay Down. Allmusic. Retrieved on 2011-09-05.