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  • Performer: No Face Phantom
  • Album: History Of The Game Part 1
  • FLAC: 1961 mb | MP3: 1180 mb
  • Released: 2000
  • Country: US
  • Style: Gangsta
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 685
No Face Phantom - History Of The Game Part 1 album flac

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1 Intro 2:23
2 Mr.Money 3:18
3 Check My Shit
Featuring – D-Day , Killa Tay
4 W.F.C.E. Radio # 1 1:16
5 Don't Stop The Music
Chorus – TeszFeaturing – Kel*, Killa Tay
6 Strange Places
Featuring – Doonie Baby, Mr. Stress*
7 Daily Habbitat 4:04
8 Whatever It Takes
Featuring – Pizzo, Ryan-D*
9 Falsafied
Featuring – Killa Tay, Lunasicc, Ryan-D*, Tesz
10 Is It Cool?
Featuring – Frank The Hater, Mac Dre
11 Smoked Out
Featuring – Killa Tay
12 Shit Gets Crazy
Featuring – 151 , Pizzo
13 W.F.C.E. Radio # 2 4:05
14 Never Give Up
Chorus – Cul-Aid*, Erica LongmyerFeaturing – Craz-E, Tisha G
15 Can't Wait
Chorus – Cul-Aid*
16 We Rock Hard
Featuring – Laroo
17 Game Tight
Featuring – Big-Wee, Cel, Fat-Kev*, Kel*, Mac-Deno*, Tesz

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Ground Level Distribution
  • Mastered At – One Little Indian Studios


  • Design – Cesar Puentes Designs
  • Executive-Producer – Big Coke, Tim Joaqchim
  • Photography By – David Ledford
  • Producer – Killa Tay (tracks: 9), Leo N. Wright (tracks: 5, 10), No Face Phantom (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 9, 11 to 17)


*Tracks 6 and 7 are misprinted on the inserts. Track 6, Strange Places, still features Doonie Baby and Stressmatic but is actually track 7 when played on the disc. And track 7 is actually played in the track 6 slot on the disc.

Excerpt from Insert:

All songs Recorded at Outbac Studios. Fairfield CA.
All Songs Mixed at Hyde St. Studios. San Francisco CA.
Mastered at "One Little Indian". Richmond CA.

First I would like to thank God for everything because without him nothing is possible. I thank my mom & the rest of my family for showing steady support. I also dedicate this album to my 2 little girls Cheyenne and Destini.

I would also like to thank all my Real and True folks,

Creep-D, Mac Deno, Killa Tay, Mac Dre, Young Cel, 151, Ty J., CrazE, Mainy Moe, D-Day, Little Bruce, Al-Deezy, Tesz, Leo, D-mack, Sherm, Pizzo, LaRoo, Tree Top, J-Spin, T-roy, Bake, Lil' Jazz, Skip-Dog, Dialo, Brian & Derrick J., Big Wee, Young Million, Fat Kev (keep yo head up), Bobby Ford, Lil'Ric, Lunisick, Ez, my El Rancho folks, Freddy-Bow, K-Lou, Tim (out there in Frisco), Doonie Baby, Shot outs to my security folks Eric & Ken down at Target, Rude boy, B.C.,. I gotta cut it short so if I didn't say your name it's all good I'll get you on the rebound........

I give a fat 1-Luv shot-out to my Uncle Melvin for lacing me with game at a young age.

Executive Producer: Big Coke & Tim Joaqchim
Asst. Executive Producer: James C. Ross & Steven Ford
Photos By: David Ledford
Designs By: Cesar Puentes Designs 925.734.8979
Producer: No Face Phantom

JR Managment: 707.425.1632ph. for Booking info
Marketed by: EHustle.com Entertainment 650.742.6694 fax

Thanks for tha support: kmel 106.1, wild 94.9, 103.5 kbmb, DJ Tosh, 102.5 ksfm, kdon 102.5, 98.3 kwin.
To all the DJ keep spinning our music. Thanks

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EHC-3570-2 No Face Phantom History Of The Game Part 1 ‎(CD, Album) e Hustle.com, Out-Bac Records EHC-3570-2 US 2000

Cul-Aide, Erica Longmyer, Tisha G & Craz-E) 50:11 15 Can't Wait (feat. Cul-Aide) 50:34 16 We Rock Hard (feat. Laroo) 57:58 17 Game Tight (feat.

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Executive Producer: James C. Ross & Steven Ford Photos By: David Ledford Designs By: Cesar Puentes Designs 92. 34. 8979 Producer: No Face Phantom. JR Managment: 70. 25. for Booking info Marketed by: EHustle. com Entertainment 65. 42. 6694 fax WW. UTBAC RECORDS. Thanks for tha support: kmel 10., wild 9., 10. kbmb, DJ Tosh, 10. ksfm, kdon 10., 9. kwin. To all the DJ keep spinning our music. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.

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