Thugs Revenge

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Thugs Revenge
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Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 28, 2006
Genre Midwest rap
01:11:52 (Re-release)
Label Thump Records
Producer Mr. Criminal
Bizzy Bone chronology
Only One
Thugs Revenge
The Story

Thugs Revenge is the sixth album by the rapper Bizzy Bone, of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. It is the first of 4 albums he had released in the year 2006, followed by The Story, The Midwest Cowboy, and Evolution of Elevation. All of the songs were produced by 'Mr. Criminal', except for the hit single "We Ride", which was produced by Fingazz.


Track listing

  1. "Thugs Revenge" ft Mr. Capone-E & Mr. Criminal
  2. "Ridin in the Streets" ft Layzie Bone & Mr. Criminal
  3. "Caught Up" ft Bad Azz & Mr. Silent
  4. "When We Ride"ft Mr. Criminal
  5. "Get Ya, Get Ya"
  6. "All My Life" ft Mr. Capone-E & Mr. Criminal
  7. "Feel My Soul"
  8. "Gold Digger" (Skit)
  9. "Jealousy Breeds Envy"
  10. "Light Up the Spliff"
  11. "Never Be Hesitant"
  12. "A Thugs Prayer"
  13. "What Are We Seeing"
  14. "Don't Be Fake"
  15. "For the Homies" ft Mr. Capone-E, Mr. Silent & K.O.
  16. "Hi Power Mega Mixx 2006"


U.S. Billboard 200 168 [1]
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 39 [2]
U.S. Billboard Top Rap Albums 24 [3]

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