|To the Death|
|Studio album by|
|Released||April 5, 1994|
|Label||Select Street Records|
|Singles from To the Death|
To the Death is the debut studio album by American hip hop duo M.O.P. from Brownsville, New York. It was released on April 5, 1994 via Select Street Records, and is produced entirely by DR Period, except for track "Guns N' Roses" produced by Silver D.
|1.||"Crimetime 1-718"||DR Period||1:45|
|2.||"Rugged Neva Smoove"||DR Period||5:07|
|3.||"Ring Ding"||DR Period||3:48|
|5.||"Blue Steel"||DR Period||3:26|
|6.||"Who Is M.O.P.?"||DR Period||0:14|
|7.||"To the Death"||DR Period||3:51|
|8.||"Big Mal"||DR Period||0:07|
|9.||"Top of the Line"||DR Period||3:30|
|10.||"This Is Your Brain"||DR Period||0:19|
|11.||"Drama Lord"||DR Period||3:34|
|12.||"F.A.G. (Fake Ass Gangsta)"||DR Period||4:51|
|13.||"How About Some Hardcore"||DR Period||4:32|
|14.||"Positive Influences"||DR Period||0:16|
|15.||"Guns N Roses"||Silver D||4:09|
|US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)||68|
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