Scars & Stripes

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Scars & Stripes
Studio album by The Away Team
Released October 11, 2011
Recorded 2010-2011
Brightlady Studios
Board Room Studios
Raleigh, North Carolina
Genre Hip hop
Length 58:39
Label It's A Wonderful World Music Group
Jamla Records
Duck Down Records
Producer Khrysis
The Away Team chronology
Independence Day
Scars & Stripes

Scars & Stripes is the fourth album by North Carolina hip hop duo The Away Team, it was released in October 11, 2011 on 9th Wonder's label Jamla Records and Duck Down. The album's entirely produced by Khrysis, featuring contributions from their labelmates Big Remo, Heather Victoria, Actual Proof, HaLo, Rapsody and GQ as well as Evidence (of Dilated Peoples), King Mez, Talib Kweli, among others. Unlike their previous albums, this also features the group member and producer Khrysis as an emcee.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by S. Evans and C. Tyson, except as noted.[1]
  1. "Intro" (1:29)
  2. "Bad News" (featuring King Mez & Blue Raspberry) (S. Evans, C. Tyson, W. Ricks III) (3:11)
  3. "Scars & Stripes" (3:04)
  4. "4 the People" (C. Tyson) (1:07)
  5. "Cheers" (featuring Heather Victoria) (S. Evans, C. Tyson, H. Gavin) (2:54)
  6. "What Is This" (featuring Evidence) (S. Evans, C. Tyson, M. Peretta) (4:16)
  7. "The Road to Redemption" (3:56)
  8. "Drift" (3:15)
  9. "Set It Off" (featuring Talib Kweli & Rapsody) (S. Evans, C. Tyson, T.K. Greene, M. Evans) (3:08)
  10. "Happenin’ Today" (1:30)
  11. "Hot Potato" (featuring HaLo & Sundown) (S. Evans, C. Tyson, A. Holmes, S. Fullenweider) (4:34)
  12. "I Ain't Mad" (featuring Jay Rush) (S. Evans, C. Tyson, J. Jennings) (3:56)
  13. "Paid" (Featuring Laws & Big Remo) (S. Evans, C. Tyson, M. Maldonado, R. Cash) (4:20)
  14. "Proceed" (featuring Enigma) (S. Evans, C. Tyson, S. Hendricks) (4:17)
  15. "Get Down" (featuring GQ) (S. Evans, C. Tyson, Q. Thomas) (3:47)
  16. "Picture This" (featuring Kelsy Lu) (S. Evans, C. Tyson, K. McJunkins) (4:04)
  17. "See U Later" (featuring Phonte) (S. Evans, C. Tyson, P. Coleman) (5:41)





  1. ^ O'Brien, Jon. "Scars & Stripes". The Away Team album. Retrieved 2013-01-21. 
  2. ^ ""Scars & Stripes" credits". The Away Team album. Retrieved 2013-01-21.