Good Side, Bad Side (Master P album)

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Good Side, Bad Side
Studio album by Master P
Released March 23, 2004 (U.S.)
Recorded 2003–2004
Genre Hip hop
Length 35:00 (CD1) 40:35 (CD2)
Label The New No Limit/Koch Records
Producer Master P (exec.)
Lil' Jon (exec.)
DJ Darryl
Full Pack
Serious
Donald XL Robertson
Myke Diesel
Master P chronology
Game Face
(2001)
Good Side, Bad Side
(2004)
Ghetto Bill
(2005)
Singles from Good Side, Bad Side
  1. "Act a Fool (feat. Lil Jon)"
    Released: 2004
  2. "Them Jeans"
    Released: 2004
  3. "We Like Them Girls"
    Released: 2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
RapReviews (6/10)[2]
Entertainment Weekly B-
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars

Good Side, Bad Side is the 11th studio album by American rapper Master P released on March 23, 2004 on The New No Limit and Koch Records. The production was handled by own Master P, who also collaborated with other executive producers, alongside Lil Jon , DJ Daryl, Donald XL Robertson and Myke Diesel. It marked Master P's return to his independent roots.

Background[edit]

After the New No Limit's deal with Universal Records expired a year earlier, P signed his company to a partnership with independent kingpin's Koch Records. Good Side, Bad Sid was a huge success. The double-disc album debuted at #10 on the Billboard 200 with nearly 300,000 copies sold in its first week in sales. Debuting on the charts in March 2004, it was Master P's highest position on the Billboard Pop Charts since his 1999 album "Only God Can Judge Me" debuted at number two.

Singles[edit]

There was hit singles entitled" "Act a Fool" and Them Jeans which peak at # 13 the Top Hip Hop Singles & tracks and right in front was a single called "Who Want Some" which was a huge success peaking at #12 on the Top/Hip Hop Singles & Tracks. Good Side, Bad Side also came out in a special, limited edition 3-disc set featuring a bonus DVD movie starring Master P entitled "Decisions." which was a big success itself. It also ranked amongst Billboard's Top 10 Year-End Independent Albums Sales Chart for 2004.

Koch Records[edit]

It marked Master P's return to his independent street roots. After the New No Limit's deal with Universal Records expired a year earlier, P signed his company to a partnership with independent kingpin's Koch Records. Good Side, Bad Sid was a huge success.

Track listings[edit]

CD1: Good Side[edit]

  1. "Act a Fool" (feat. Lil Jon) 3:50
  2. "Com. 1" (feat. C-Murder) 0:16
  3. "We All We Got" 1:20
  4. "Who Want Some" 3:20
  5. "Let Em Go" (feat. Curren$y) 3:45
  6. "Who Them Boyz" (feat. C-Murder, Lil Jon and Liberty) 3:50
  7. "Why They Wanna Wish Death" (feat. Afficial) 4:48
  8. "You Don't Know Me" (feat. Vellqwan and Lil Romeo) 4:05
  9. "Anything Goes" 1:53
  10. "Com. 2" 0:57
  11. "It's a Drought" (feat. Afficial) 3:11
  12. "Them Jeans" 3:44

CD2: Bad Side[edit]

  1. "Ghetto Honey" (feat. Theresa Esclovon) 3:39
  2. "That Aint Nothing" (feat. Silkk the Shocker, Lil Romeo and Curren$y) 4:30
  3. "Ghetto Model" (feat. Theresa Esclovon) 2:36
  4. "Com. 3" (feat. Curren$y) 1:51
  5. "Tell' Em" 4:22
  6. "Ride 4 You" (feat. Afficial) 3:55
  7. "We Like Them Girlz" (feat. Silkk the Shocker and Curren$y) 2:09
  8. "20 on Cars 26 on Trucks" (feat. Curren$y, Lil Romeo & Liberty) 4:32
  9. "Thug and Get Paper" (feat. Silkk the Shocker) 3:13
  10. "Com 4" (feat. Djuan Baham) 1:52
  11. "Represent" (feat. Silkk the Shocker) 5:09
  12. "If" (feat. Souya) 2:57


Personnel[edit]

Main performers[edit]