|Studio album by Thavius Beck|
|Released||October 3, 2006|
|Genre||Instrumental hip hop|
|Thavius Beck chronology|
Thru is the second studio album by American hip hop musician Thavius Beck. It was released through Mush Records on October 3, 2006. ' "MP3 of the Day" on November 10, 2006.It includes "'98", which was East Bay Express
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|5.||"Dedicated to Difficulty" (featuring 2Mex)||4:09|
|6.||"The Storm Before the Calm"||4:28|
|7.||"'98" (featuring Nocando)||3:21|
|9.||"Yet and Still..."||2:34|
|10.||"Lyrical Gunplay" (featuring Saul Williams)||4:38|
|11.||"Down" (featuring Mia Doi Todd)||3:34|
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