The New Revolution

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The New Revolution
Layzie Bone - The New Revolution.jpg
Studio album by
Layzie Bone
Released2006
Genre Midwest rap, gangsta rap
Layzie Bone chronology
Thug Brothers
(2005)
The New Revolution
(2006)
Cleveland
(2007)

The New Revolution is the third album released by the American rapper Layzie Bone, released in the United States on August 22, 2006.

Layzie Bone American rapper

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Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Intro"1:22
2."Vote For Me"3:49
3."Mo' Murder" (featuring Mo Thugs)3:50
4."For My Weed Heads"3:34
5."Midwest-Westcoast Connection" (featuring Mr. Criminal)4:06
6."From The 99"3:14
7."For The Thugs That's Gone"3:29
8."Wanted To Be A Soldier" (featuring Mr. Criminal)4:08
9."Say Lady" (featuring Mr. Capone-E)4:10
10."Skit"0:36
11."I Get Higher"4:32
12."Street" (featuring Bizzy Bone & Mr. Criminal)4:20
13."Touchdown"4:03
14."These Hi Power Soldiers" (featuring Mr. Capone-E)3:49
15."Outro Mixxx"1:17



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