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Making Trouble

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Released  February 17, 1988
Artist  Geto Boys
Label  Rap-A-Lot Records
Recorded  1987–88
Release date  17 February 1988
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Producer  Geto Boys, Cliff Blodget, Karl Stephenson
Making Trouble (1988)  Grip It! On That Other Level (1989)
Genres  Hip hop music, Gangsta rap, Southern hip hop, Horrorcore, Hardcore hip hop
Similar  Geto Boys albums, Gangsta rap albums

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Making Trouble is the debut album by the Houston hip hop group the Geto Boys, then known as the Ghetto Boys. The group originally consisted of Bushwick Bill, DJ Ready Red, Sire Jukebox and Prince Johnny C. Following the release of Making Trouble, Rap-A-Lot Records dropped Sire Jukebox and Johnny C from the group, and added Scarface and Willie D. Making Trouble received little attention, and is often forgotten in the midst of the group's later successful, acclaimed and controversial albums.

Contents

Geto boys making trouble


Style and influence

The group used a style of rap similar to Run-DMC at this time as opposed to the more hardcore rap style that Scarface (Akshen) and Willie-D provided in later albums. Insane Clown Posse's Violent J, who was influenced by the Geto Boys, regards the song "Assassins" as the first horrorcore song ever recorded. It was covered by Insane Clown Posse on their 1999 album The Amazing Jeckel Brothers.

Songs

1Making Trouble5:19
2Snitches2:43
3Balls and My Word0:35

References

Making Trouble Wikipedia


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