The Day After Hell Broke Loose
|The Day After Hell Broke Loose|
|Compilation album by Rap-a-Lot Records|
|Released||March 23, 2004|
|Recorded||2003 - 2004|
|Genre||Southern Hip Hop, Gangsta Rap|
|Rap-a-Lot Records chronology|
The Day After Hell Broke Loose is a compilation album released by Rap-a-Lot Records in conjunction with producer Bigg Time.
The album serves as a sequel to Swishahouse's 1999 compilation The Day Hell Broke Loose, which was also produced by Bigg Tyme. As such, most of the album features songs performed by Swishahouse members such as Mike Jones, Chamillionaire and Slim Thug, though Rap-a-Lot artists such as Scarface and Devin the Dude also appear on the album. The original version of "Still Tippin'" performed by Jones, Chamillionaire and Slim Thug appeared on this album months before the remix with Paul Wall became a hit.
Allmusic's Jason Birchmeier gave the album three out of a possible five stars and described the album as "sort of a Houston-style Chronic, albeit one that isn't quite as well developed or thought out". He also added "you might want to check this one out, especially if you're a fan of Rap-a-Lot."
- "Intro"- 1:09 (J. Prince)
- "Still Tippin'"- 4:15 (Mike Jones, Slim Thug and Chamillionaire)
- "Platinum Stars"- 3:50 (Chamillionaire, Lil Flip and Bun B)
- "Dick Rider"- :40
- "We Act Bad"- 3:51 (Da'Costa)
- "Crazy"- 4:21 (Mike Jones, Dolla Da'Costa and Billy Cook)
- "Get That Money"- 4:04 (Slim Thug and Scarface)
- "After Party"- 5:18 (Paul Wall, Dolla Da'Costa and Mangnificent)
- "Bud Hightower"- :54
- "Deez Bitches"- 4:01 (Devin the Dude and Dolla Da'Costa)
- "Z-Ro"- 3:03 (Z-Ro)
- "Life"- 3:54 (Lil' Ron and Dolla Da'Costa)
- "The Snitch"- 1:03
- "Got Us F'd Up"- 4:13 (Lil Mario and J-Dawg)
|Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop||67|
- "The Day After Hell Broke Less production credits at Allmusic.com". Allmusic.com. 2010-09-13.
- "The Day After Hell Broke Lose chart history at Allmusic.com". Allmusic.com. 2010-09-13.
- Allmusic review
- "The Day After Hell Broke Lose review at Allmusic.com". Allmusic.com. 2010-09-13.