Uncle Sam's Curse
|Uncle Sam's Curse|
|Studio album by Above The Law|
|Released||July 12, 1994|
|Genre||West Coast Hip Hop
|Above The Law chronology|
Uncle Sam's Curse is Above The Law's fourth album, released on July 12, 1994. It is currently out of print and often sells used for $75 to $80 on auction sites. The tracks "Return of the Real Shit" and "Black Superman" contain samples from the 1994 film, Against the Wall. Uncle Sam's Curse sold over 250,000 copies. This is the last Above the Law album released on Ruthless Records before they were dropped from the label after the death of its founder Eazy-E.
- "Return of the Real Shit" featuring Kokane
- "Set Free"
- "Kalifornia" featuring Kokane
- "Concreat Jungle"
- "Rain Be for Rain Bo" featuring Kokane
- "Everything Will Be Alright" featuring Kokane
- "Black Superman" (contains a sample from the Ohio Player's song Funky Worm)
- "The 'G' in Me"
- "Uncle Sam's Curse" (contains a sample from the film Mississippi Burning)
- "One Time Two Many"
- "Who Ryde" featuring Kokane & Tone Loc
- "Gangsta Madness" featuring Kokane