Same Thing Different Day

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Same Thing Different Day
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Studio album by Trae
Released July 4, 2004
Recorded 2004
Genre Southern hip hop
Label G-Maab Ent.
Trae chronology
Losing Composure
(2003)
Same Thing Different Day
(2004)
Restless
(2006)

Same Thing Different Day is the second studio album by American rapper Trae.[1] It was released on July 4, 2004, by his independently-owned record label G-Maab Entertainment. The album then was later re-packaged into 4 discs, with the first disc (contains the regular music), the second disc (contains the first-halved songs as chopped and screwed), the third disc (contains the second-halved songs as chopped and screwed) and the fourth disc (containing a DVD).[2]

Track listing[edit]

  • All tracks are produced by Q-Stone, except for track 12, 14 and 16.
No. Title Length
1. "Intro" 2:09
2. "Asshole By Nature" 3:17
3. "Screwed Up Click" (featuring Big Hawk & Mr. 3-2) 3:49
4. "Don't Fake" (featuring Bun B & Devin the Dude) 3:46
5. "Stay Out My Way" (featuring Bill Cook, Jay'Ton, Lil' B & Lil' Boss) 5:25
6. "In the Ghetto" (featuring Russell Lee, Spice 1, Yung Redd & Lil' Boss) 4:39
7. "Same Thing Different Day" 4:29
8. "I've Been Hustlin'" (featuring Dallas Blocker) 4:32
9. "Had Enough" (featuring Mack Biggers) 4:02
10. "'Til The Day I Drop" 4:21
11. "Sittin' on Top of the World" 4:44
12. "Oh No Reloaded" (featuring Paul Wall) (Produced by Dallas Blocker) 4:17
13. "Time After Time" (featuring Dallas Blocker) 5:00
14. "Let Me Live" (featuring Z-Ro & Shyna) (Produced by Mike Dean) 4:07
15. "But What About Today" 3:53
16. "On Your Own" (featuring C-Loc & Shyna) (Produced by Happy Peréz) 4:14
17. "Don't Need Y'all" 5:07
18. "Special" (featuring Shyna) 4:33

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Same Thing Different Day Set 1: Trae: Music". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2012-03-08. 
  2. ^ "Same Thing Different Day Set 2: Trae: Music". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2012-03-08.