Thugcore 4 Life

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Thugcore 4 Life
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ReleasedAugust 14, 2007
Recorded2007
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Length52:20
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Danny Diablo chronology
Hardcore 4 Life
(2005)
Thugcore 4 Life
(2007)
Hardcore 4 The Coldhearted
(2008)

Thugcore 4 Life is the fourth studio album by American hip hop and hardcore punk artist, Danny Diablo. It was released August 14, 2007 via Suburban Noize Records. [1] [2] The album was praised by both hardcore punk fans as well as hip hop fans. This release was also the only Suburban Noize album to be distributed by Epitaph Records.

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Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."We Don't Care"3:15
2."Get Down"4:48
3."Banged Out"3:36
4."Funky Rhyme" (featuring Daddy X, Stress & Havok)3:50
5."Jersey White Trash"3:17
6."I'm A Shotblocker!!!" (featuring Prince Metropolitan, CeeKay & Panic)4:12
7."Livin' By The Gun"4:07
8."Satanic Shamrocks" (featuring Slaine, Skinhead Rob, Danny Boy & Big Left)5:19
9."Unstoppable"3:57
10."Mechanix" (featuring Necro, Skinhead Rob & Prince Metropolitan)5:11
11."The Harsh Truth" (The Icemen cover)5:06
12."Hardcore 4 Life"5:48
Total length:52:26

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References

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  2. "Danny Diablo - Thugcore 4 Life". Discogs. Retrieved 2017-01-29.
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