- Performer:Various Artists
- Title:The South Not Dead Ya'll Just Scared
- Style:Hardcore Rap,Southern Rap,Underground Rap
- Date of release:June 20, 2000
- Size FLAC version1544 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1880 megabytes
- Size WMA version1803 megabytes
- Formats:DTS AC3 AA ASF APE RA
We'll have things fixed soon. Released April 19, 2019. The Dead Days Tracklist. 1. Bad Things Lyrics. The album is about coming to terms with death, said guitarist Johnny Braddock of the album. You grow up and one day realize it’s a reality for everybody. The documentary Johnny (guitar player) did for the album. The Dead Days Q&A.
Autumn Friendship Heartache Heartbreak In Love Introspection Rainy Day. Various Artists. It's never an easy thing to release a set that attempts to tell the story of a sound, as invariably people will complain that there are worthy bands left off, bands included that shouldn't have been, avenues that are left unexplored, or compilers who just don’t have a firm enough grip on said style. The five-disc set Scared to Get Happy, compiled by John Reed of Cherry Red, does an admirable job of exploring the '80s .
In this way and others, the Dessner brothers find different ways to interpret the Dead, in micro and macro, letting artists stand in for the band’s various sides. During the set’s approximated jam sequences on the second and third discs (Lighting and Sunshine, respectively), the Dead’s weirdness shines through, including a father/son space-dub jam-out by Terry and Gyan Riley on a near total reconstruction of Bob Weir’s Estimated Prophet (yes, that Terry Riley).
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Listen to albums and songs from The Dead South. About Songs & Books, Vol.
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CreditsD. Bell - Composer
Josh Butler - Mixdown Engineer
Candyman - Primary Artist
8.0.3 - Primary Artist
EZO - Primary Artist, Producer
A. Harrison - Composer
Lady Sue - Primary Artist
Sleepyeyez - Primary Artist
The Southeast - Primary Artist
Steel Village - Primary Artist
SuSu - Primary Artist
Teflon Don - Primary Artist
33 Mob Niggaz - Primary Artist
Tommy Ill - Primary Artist
Wilbert-MIA - Primary Artist
|1||Candy But Ain't Sweet A. Harrison||Candyman / 33 Mob Niggaz||4:05|
|2||Candyman on Top A. Harrison||Candyman / 33 Mob Niggaz||3:16|
|3||Want Something Do Something||Candyman / EZO / Sleepyeyez / SuSu||3:52|
|4||Money Maker||Candyman / Sleepyeyez||3:59|
|5||Don't Want the Flow to Stop||Candyman / Lady Sue||3:39|
|6||Cack-Cack||Candyman / Steel Village||5:10|
|7||Everyday||Candyman / Lady Sue||3:58|
|8||Interlude||Candyman / Wilbert-MIA||1:07|
|9||Jump Out Boyz A. Harrison||Candyman / Teflon Don / The Southeast||3:11|
|10||Carolina to Spit D. Bell / A. Harrison||Candyman / The Southeast / Steel Village||5:22|
|11||Ain't Nothing Personal||Candyman / Sleepyeyez / Lady Sue||5:36|
|12||Crime Rate||Candyman / Teflon Don||5:22|
|13||What You Gonna Do With Your Life||Candyman / Tommy Ill||3:24|
|14||Lost Favors||8.0.3 / Candyman||4:35|