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|Released||January 31, 2006|
|Label||Suburban Noize Records|
|Daddy X chronology|
Family Ties is the second solo studio album by American rapper Daddy X. It was released on January 31, 2006 via Suburban Noize Records. The twenty-one-track record featured guest appearances from Dirtball, Dogboy, Big B, Judge D, and Corporate Avenger.
|1.||"All Seeing Eye"||4:10|
|3.||"Karma" (featuring Dogboy)||2:39|
|4.||"Against All Odds"||2:31|
|8.||"Power, Greed, Lies & Money" (featuring Judge D)||3:13|
|9.||"Wake N Bake"||1:56|
|10.||"If I Could"||4:04|
|13.||"Nature's Way" (featuring Dirtball & Dogboy)||3:56|
|14.||"Freedom" (featuring Corporate Avenger)||5:46|
|15.||"Take You Higher"||2:45|
|17.||"Better Place" (featuring Dirtball)||4:02|
|18.||"You Are Everything"||3:45|
|19.||"New World Order"||4:09|
|20.||"Last Daze" (featuring Big B & Dogboy)||3:24|
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