An Eye for an Eye (RBL Posse album)

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An Eye for an Eye
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Studio album by RBL Posse
Released September 30, 1997
Recorded 1997
Genre Gangsta Rap, West Coast Hip Hop
Label Big Beat Records, Atlantic Records
Producer Rick Rock, Black C, Mike Caren, Cellski, TC & The Enhancer, Stan Keith, Mike Mosley, Femi Ojetunde, Maurice Thompson, Jay Williams
RBL Posse chronology
Ruthless by Law
An Eye for an Eye
Bootlegs & Bay Shit: The Resume
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

An Eye for an Eye is the third album by the RBL Posse. It was released on September 30, 1997 for Big Beat Records, distributed by Atlantic Records and featured production from Rick Rock, Black C, Mike Caren, Cellski, Shannon Lacy,The Enhancer, Stan Keith, Michael Mosley, Femi Ojetunde, TC, Maurice Thompson and Jay Williams. An Eye for an Eye was the group's most successful album, peaking at #70 on the Billboard 200 and #14 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, as well as featuring the single "How We Comin'", which peaked at #22 on the Hot Rap Singles and #90 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks. This would mark the RBL Posse's first album without Mr. Cee, who was gunned down in 1996.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Individual"- 5:51
  2. "How We Comin'" (Southern Fried Mix)- 4:50 (featuring Mystikal, Big Lurch)
  3. "I Time 4 the Homies"- 3:54
  4. "More Game"- 4:55 (featuring Richie Rich)
  5. "Straight Lacin'"- 5:02
  6. "Gone Away"- 4:02
  7. "So Tuff"- 2:00 (featuring Herm)
  8. "An Eye for an Eye"- 5:13
  9. "Concrete Jungle"- 4:07
  10. "How We Comin'" (West Side Mix)- 4:11 (featuring Mystikal, Big Lurch)
  11. "You Can't Hang"- 3:40
  12. "Gotta Git Mine"- 5:45 (featuring MC Eiht & Tela)
  13. "Strictly This Game"- 4:55
  14. "'Til the End"- 5:35 (featuring The P-O-S-S-E)