Mo Thugs III: The Mothership

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Mo Thugs III: The Mothership
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Studio album by Mo Thugs Family
Released June 13, 2000
Recorded 1999-2000
Genre Midwest Hip Hop, Gangsta Rap
Label Mo Thugs/Koch
Producer Layzie Bone, Thin C, Bobby Jone
Mo Thugs Family chronology
Chapter II: Family Reunion
(1998)Chapter II: Family Reunion1998
Mo Thugs III: The Mothership
(2000)
The Movement
(2003)The Movement2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

Mo Thugs III: The Mothership is an album by Mo Thugs Family.

This album saw the departure of many Mo Thug artists including Soulja Boy, Graveyard Shift, Poetic Hustla'z, II Tru, MT5, & Powder. Krayzie Bone, who was one of the founding members of the Mo Thugs record label, also did not participate on this project. Most fans consider this album a disappointment compared to previous Mo Thugs albums due to the massive change of artists signed to the label. The album spawned a single, "This Ain't Livin'" by Layzie Bone and featured Felecia, which was a minor success.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Who Forgot About It" (Desperidos feat. Layzie Bone)
  2. "Seldom Seen" (Seldom Seen feat. Layzie Bone & TN-Tee)
  3. "Last Laugh" (E-Mortal Thugs feat. Freaky-G & Capone)
  4. "The Backyard" (feat. Jeremy 'J-Bone' Howse (Layzie's Son) & Layzie Bone)
  5. "Gunline" (Desperidos feat. Black Hole Of Watts & Layzie Bone)
  6. "Wanna Be Baller's" (feat. Potion)
  7. "It Don't Stop" (feat. Ken Dawg)
  8. "U Don't Want None" (E-Mortal Thugs feat. Freaky-G & Capone)
  9. "This Ain't Livin'" (Layzie Bone feat. Felecia)
  10. "Did He Really Wanna?" (Desperidos feat. Layzie Bone & Ken Dawg)
  11. "Total Kaos" (Desperidos feat. Layzie Bone)
  12. "Tighten Up Your Operation" (Desperidos feat. Layzie Bone)
  13. "Down From The Start" (feat. Black Hole Of Watts)
  14. "2 The Playaz" (Skant Bone feat. Felecia)
  15. "If I Can Go Back" (Flesh-N-Bone)
  16. "Everything Green" (feat. Layzie Bone)
  17. "Unleashed" (Bonus Track) (feat. E-Mortal Thugs)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Birchmeier, Jason. Mo Thugs III: The Mothership at AllMusic