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I call it black market when the only way to get their tapes were to get them off the street. The labels looked homemade and no stores in Memphis had them. This was in the very early 90s when I lived there and had these tapes. You may call them underground tapes but that is the same to me. And yes they were called Triple Six Mafia back then, but again 3six means the same to me.
Wow - an innocent thread about favorite music ends up with a few @$$-faces trying to make a guy look dumb for using a word that has other meanings. Do you just not have a life, or is yours so insignifigant thet making a guy look/feel/seem < you
actually helps. If you want to impress me, lets talk string theory, relativity, or electromagnetic induction. Ok, great BLACK MARKET, no, technically that isnt what it was. Wow, you were right, and the guy was wrong. there. someone said it. You can hide your inferiority complex for a minute now. Your lack of discernment very well may be your srongest attribute. Or at least according to 90 percent of your posts, is it apparent. Keep trashin on people for hookin up their cheap system for fun, and thrash on a good member of this forum-you really really impress me. As an asshole.
Originally posted on 02-23-2007 by Eugenix So the albums they released on the underground were illegal? are you trying to be an ignorant dick?
Do you even know wtf you are sayin? From 91' through 95' thats all they had were underground music untill they came out with mystik stylez. That was there first official cd dick. learn your shitt before you open you mouth