Dirty South Classics

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Dirty South Classics
Compilation album by
ReleasedDecember 16, 2003
Recorded1994-1999
Genre Hip hop
Length58:37
Label LaFace
Producer Organized Noize
Goodie Mob chronology
World Party
(1998)
Dirty South Classics
(2003)
One Monkey Don't Stop No Show
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic Star full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar half.svg [1]
Pitchfork 7/10 [2]
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Dirty South Classics is a compilation album by American hip-hop group Goodie Mob. [4] It peaked at #99 on the Billboard charts. [5]

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."They Don't Dance No Mo"4:14
2."Cell Therapy"5:01
3."Dirty South"3:31
4."Black Ice (Sky High)"3:23
5."Soul Food"3:53
6."Get Rich To This"4:16
7."What It Ain't (Ghetto Enuff)" (featuring TLC)5:09
8."Parking Lot (Break)"0:50
9."Beautiful Skin"5:41
10."Still Standing"4:50
11."Fly Away"4:41
12."Goodie Bag"4:28
13."I.C.U."4:06
14."The Experience"2:51
15."Free"1:23

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