|The Lost Songs Vol. 1|
|Studio album by|
|Released||March 23, 2010|
|Genre||Gangsta Rap, Hardcore Hip Hop|
|Label||1Nation Entertainment, |
The Lost Songs Vol. 1 is a digital album by Outlawz, released March 23, 2010 on Outlaw Recordz/1Nation.
|1.||"Big Body Truck" (EDIDON, Young Noble, Trae Tha Truth)||4:02|
|2.||"Cold" (EDIDON, Young Noble)||4:28|
|3.||"Comeback" (K. Kastro, EDIDON, Young Noble)||3:55|
|4.||"I Ain't Channgin'" (EDIDON, Stormey Coleman, Young Noble)||3:32|
|5.||"Let It" (EDIDON, Napoleon, Young Noble)||4:13|
|6.||"Make It Right" (K. Kastro, Young Noble, EDIDON)||4:31|
|7.||"Make Moves" (EDIDON, Stormey Coleman, K. Kastro, Young Noble)||4:08|
|8.||"My Lullaby" (K. Kastro, EDIDON, Young Noble)||3:53|
|9.||"Outlaw" (Napoleon, Young Noble)||4:09|
|10.||"People Say" (Young Noble, Napoleon)||2:56|
|11.||"Take Away" (EDIDON, Young Noble, K. Kastro)||4:40|
|12.||"U & Me" (Young Noble, Napoleon, EDIDON, K. Kastro)||3:49|
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