Return of the Devil's Son

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Return of the Devil's Son
Studio album by Big L
Released November 23, 2010
Recorded 1992–1999
Genre Hip hop, East Coast hip hop, hardcore hip hop, underground hip hop, horrorcore
Label SMC Recordings
Producer Showbiz, Lord Finesse, J-Love, Domingo
Big L chronology
139 & Lenox
(2009)
Return of the Devil's Son
(2010)
The Danger Zone
(2011)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
SPIN 8/10 stars[1]

Return of the Devil's Son, is rapper Big L's second posthumous album. It was released on November 23, 2010, through SMC Recordings.[2] Officially put together by L's brother Donald Phinazee, Return of the Devil's Son is a collection of previously unreleased material, including early demo tracks, outtakes from Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous and The Big Picture together with a few freestyles and new remixes.[3] It features guest appearances from Royal Flush and Kool G Rap, as well as production by Showbiz, Lord Finesse, Large Professor, Domingo, amongst others.

Track listing[edit]

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No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Return of the Devil's Son"   Showbiz 1:47
2. "Devil's Son"   Showbiz 4:00
3. "Zone of Danger"   J-Love 3:38
4. "Sandman 118"     2:55
5. "School Days"   Showbiz 3:15
6. "Principal of the New School"   Showbiz 3:54
7. "Unexpected Flava"   Large Professor, Lord Finesse 3:36
8. "Tony’s Touch"   DJ Premier 1:39
9. "Right to the Top" (featuring Royal Flush & Kool G Rap) Domingo 3:27
10. "Once Again"   J-Love 3:31
11. "Harlem World Universal"     1:22
12. "I Won't"     4:01
13. "Hard to Kill"     2:11
14. "Power Moves"     4:01
15. "If You Not Aware"     3:44
16. "I Should Have Used a Rubber"   Buckwild 4:46
17. "Doo Wop #5"     1:31
18. "Yes You Can"     3:55
19. "Audition"     4:48
20. "MC's What Going On"   Showbiz 3:46
21. "Slaying the Mic"     1:53

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