Blood Money is the 13th studio album by Tom Waits, released in 2002 on the ANTI- label. The album contains songs written for the musical Woyzeck, based on the play of the same name by Georg Büchner. The theatrical adaptation was directed by Robert Wilson, with whom Waits had worked on two previous plays: The Black Rider and Alice, both of which resulted in soundtrack albums. The latter was released simultaneously in 2002 with Blood Money
Blood money may refer to: Blood money (restitution), money paid to the family of a murder victim. Blood Money (1917 film), a film starring Harry Carey. Blood Money (1921 film), a British-Dutch film. Blood Money (1933 film), a film starring George Bancroft. Blood Money (1957 film), a made for TV drama directed by Ralph Nelson. Blood Money (1974 film) or The Stranger and the Gunfighter, a kung fu Spaghetti Western. Blood Money (1980 film), a film starring Bryan Brown.
I hit the block in fatigue, with these drugs sitting in my asshole Straight crack cocaine, hundred dollar street value And we slanging on this spot, if you don't know you bitch we down you Surround you, seven in your head is how they found you The dope game done changed us, derange us into demons We money hungry hustling, from morning to the evening Finna see things, these boys ain't seen like plenty G's Trying to get things these boys ain't got, they diamonds rings Switched it down, a piece and gold chain And a big body Benz, sitting on thangs Know what I&apo.
Blood Money is the seventh studio album by Mobb Deep, released on May 2, 2006. It is the group's only album on G-Unit & Interscope. It features guest appearances by G-Unit and Nyce. The album also features artists Mary J. Blige and Nate Dogg. Blood Money is the 1st Mobb Deep studio album to not feature Big Noyd. 1 Critical reception. Commercial performance. In the United States, the album debuted at on the Billboard 200 with 262,000 copies sold. This entry at on the Billboard 200 tied Mobb Deep's 4th album Murda Muzik for highest entry on the chart, with Murda Muzik entering the chart at in 1999.
Band's List Grindcore Existench Blood Money.
His father was a doctor and Lil’ O and his four brothers and one sister had a middle class upbringing. His mother died from ovarian cancer when Lil’ O was 13 and suddenly his father’s strict Nigerian upbringing began to chase him to rebellion. Soon after his mother’s death, Lil’ O began hanging in the streets with friends who were in the drug game, and he became addicted to the fast money that drug dealing brought in. I got street fame, women, and a lot of money quickly and easily, he says. Eventually he got collared
Blood Money) has turned into a monster and I am now planning for it to be a 2-part album. I apologize for the delay, but the creative mind goes where the creative mind goe. hat can I say? I have the mind of a fuckin crazy perso. ore than 30 songs have been recorded for (Blood Money) and more are being written These are some of the most punishing Dope works to date Planning to tour extensively after (Blood Money) is released.
|2||Victory N' Gold
Featuring, Written-By – C-Note, Will-Lean*
|3||Playas Get Chose
Featuring, Written By – Big MoeFeaturing, Written-By – 3-2, Hawk*, Slikk Breaze*
Featuring, Written-By – Big Pokey, Lil Flip*
|6||Friends Turns Foes
Featuring, Written-By – Al-D, ESG*, Enjoli*
Featuring, Written-By – Bad Actaz, Ronnie Spencer
|8||Rags To Riches
Featuring, Written-By – DJ. Screw*, Fat Pat, Yungstar
|9||Lay Down Da Law||3:56|
|11||Bar None Boys
Featuring, Written-By – Bad Actaz
|12||When God Made You
Featuring, Written-By – Dana Jackson
Featuring, Written-By – Big Pokey
Featuring, Written-By – UGK
Featuring, Written-By – Billy Cook
|GFE527||Lil' O||Blood Money (Cass, Album)||Game Face Entertainment||GFE527||US||1999|
|BNE7000||Lil' O||Blood Money The Retold Story (2xCD, Album, Dlx)||Bar None Entertainment||BNE7000||US||2006|