Master of the Flying Guillotine (album)

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For the 1975 martial arts film, see Master of the Flying Guillotine.
Master of the Flying Guillotine
Studio album by Jumpsteady
Released February 22, 2005
Recorded 2003-2005
Genre Hip hop
Length 60:29
Label Psychopathic Records
Producer Jumpsteady
Jumpsteady chronology
The Chaos Theory
(2002)
Master of the Flying Guillotine
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Master of the Flying Guillotine is the debut album of American rapper Jumpsteady. Released on February 22, 2005, it peaked at #21 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers, #31 on the Top Independent Albums, and #78 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Intro"     0:49
2. "Master of the Flying Guillotine"   Fritz The Cat, Jumpsteady 3:45
3. "Ima (ft. Violent J of Insane Clown Posse)"   Fritz The Cat, Jumpsteady, Violent J 3:25
4. "If"   Fritz The Cat, Jumpsteady 3:32
5. "Crom (Skit)"     0:38
6. "Revenge"   Jumpsteady, Mike P. 3:23
7. "My Mans an Them (ft. Myzery)"   Fritz The Cat, Jumpsteady, Myzery 3:49
8. "Spur of the Moment (ft. Delusional)"   Delusional, Jumpsteady, Ben Shader 3:37
9. "Crazy Straight"   Jumpsteady, Polar Bear, Delusional 1:48
10. "Battlefield (ft. Samantha)"   Fritz The Cat, Jumpsteady, Samantha 4:32
11. "There She Was"   Fritz The Cat, Jumpsteady 4:12
12. "Universal Air Stance"   Lavel 2:35
13. "Sonar (Skit)"     0:43
14. "Dungeon Master"   Jumpsteady, Mike P. 4:06
15. "Amy's Ghost"   Jumpsteady, Lavel 2:52
16. "The Obsolete Man"   Fritz The Cat, Jumpsteady 2:12
17. "Thirteenth Skull"   Esham, Fritz The Cat, Jumpsteady, Lavel, Violent J 10:35
18. "True Stories 2 (Hidden Track)"   Jumpsteady, Lavel 3:56

Personnel[edit]

Information taken from Allmusic.[3]

  • Delusional — featured artist, producer, concept, background vocals
  • Lavel - producer, engineer, mixing, background vocals
  • Fritz the Cat — guitar, producer, engineer, mixing
  • Jumpsteady — producer, concept
  • Jeff McAlear — engineer, mixing
  • Polar Bear - producer
  • Violent J — featured artist, producer, engineer, mixing
  • Esham - producer
  • Mike P - producer
  • Samantha - featured artist
  • Myzery - featured artist
  • Ben Shader - co-producer

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak Position
Top Heatseekers 21[2]
Top Independent Albums 31[2]
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 78[2]

References[edit]