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|Against All Odds|
|Studio album by|
|Released||June 5, 2001|
|Label|| Gee Street/V2/BMG Records |
|Producer|| Tragedy Khadafi |
Sha Money XL
|Tragedy Khadafi chronology|
|Singles from Against All Odds|
Against All Odds is the third solo studio album by the hip hop artist Tragedy Khadafi.The album was released in 2001 after much delay, and included his 2000 single "Bing Monsters". The album reached #9 in the Billboard Top Heatseekers (Northeast) Album Chart. Tragedy "dissed" his then-former friend Noreaga on the tracks "Crime Nationalist" and "Blood Type", accusing him of stealing his rhyming style and even his hooks. They have since reconciled.
|1||"Intro (The Conflict)"||Tragedy Khadafi||Prince Paul||1:04|
|2||"Against All Odds"||Tragedy Khadafi||Just Blaze||3:56|
|3||"Crime Nationalists"||Tragedy Khadafi, Headrush Napoleon, Tasha Holiday||Sha Money XL||4:28|
|4||"Lift Ya Glass"||Tragedy Khadafi||Ayatollah||4:32|
|5||"Skit 2: The Jump Off"||Tragedy Khadafi||Prince Paul||1:06|
|6||"Bing Monsters"||Tragedy Khadafi, Ja Rule, Headrush Napoleon||Sha Money XL||4:25|
|7||"Live By The Gun"||Tragedy Khadafi||Tragedy Khadafi||3:44|
|8||"They Force My Hand"||Tragedy Khadafi, Cormega||Spunk Bigga||4:43|
|9||"Permanently Scarred [I Don't Wanna Wait]"||Tragedy Khadafi, B-Minor, Joya||Spunk Bigga||5:04|
|10||"Sidewalk Confessions"||Tragedy Khadafi, Headrush Napoleon, Killah Shah||Richard "Younglord" Frierson for The Hitmen||4:14|
|11||"Say Goodbye"||Tragedy Khadafi, Killah Shah, Dave Bing||Sha Money XL||4:08|
|12||"Blood Type"||Tragedy Khadafi||DJ Clue and Duro||3:45|
|13||"What Makes You Think"||Tragedy Khadafi, Killah Shah, Angel Dust||P. King The Specialist||3:56|
|14||"Skit 3: More Thugg More Names"||Tragedy Khadafi||Prince Paul||2:39|
|15||"Never Bite The Hand"||Tragedy Khadafi, Milz||Spunk Bigga||4:25|
|16||"T.M. [Message To Killa Black]"||Tragedy Khadafi||Nashiem Myrick for The Hitmen||4:13|
|17||"2-5 Radio"||Tragedy Khadafi, Killah Shah, Angel Dust||Digga||5:12|
|18||"In Memory Of"||Tragedy Khadafi, Olu||Spunk Bigga||4:49|
Lift Ya Glass
Permanently Scarred (I Don't Wanna Wait)
T.M. (Message to Killa Black)
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