5th Dog Let Loose

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5th Dog Let Loose
Studio album by Flesh-n-Bone
Released October 10, 2000
Recorded 1999-2000
Genre Midwest rap, gangsta rap, horrorcore
Length 01:08:55
Label Mo Thugs/Koch
Producer The Professor, Damon Elliott & Rhythum D
Flesh-n-Bone chronology
From Cleveland 2 Cali: Day 2
5th Dog Let Loose
Blaze of Glory
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]
HipHopDX.com 2/5 stars[2]

5th Dog Let Loose is the second album by rapper Flesh-n-Bone from the rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. The album was released on October 10, 2000 on Mo Thugs Records and Koch Entertainment. Word of the album originally surfaced in 1998 with a different title "Book of T.H.U.G.S." But due to Flesh-N-Bone's incarceration the album wasn't released until three years later with a new name and a new label. Also due to Flesh's incarceration the album was left unfinished. Despite all difficulties, 5th Dog Let Loose is considered by fans and some critics as his crowning achievement. It is also his lowest charting.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Last Tru Souljah/Hero" (featuring Black Hole, Two Gun and E-Mortal Thugs)
  2. "Amen" (featuring Montell Jordan)
  3. "Way Back" (featuring Layzie Bone & Ms. Chaz)
  4. "If You Could See" (featuring Layzie Bone & Wish Bone)
  5. "Word to the Wise"
  6. "The Master"
  7. "Say a Little Prayer" (featuring Ms. Chaz)
  8. "Havin' a Ball"
  9. "Kurupted Flesh" (featuring Kurupt)
  10. "Deadly"
  11. "Come Fuck with Me"
  12. "No Other Like My Kind" (featuring Ms. Chaz)
  13. "Silent Night" (featuring B.G. Knocc Out and Damon Elliot)
  14. "B.Y.O.B." (Japanese import bonus track)
  15. "Too Greedy" (unreleased track)
  16. "Armageddon" (unreleased track)


  1. ^ Birchmeier, Jason (2011). "5th Dog Let Loose - Flesh-N-Bone | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 29 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "Flesh & Bone - Fifth Dog Lets Loose | Read Hip Hop Reviews, Rap Reviews & Hip Hop Album Reviews | HipHop DX". hiphopdx.com. 2011. Retrieved 29 June 2011.