This is C-Bo's sophomore album titled "The Autopsy". This album is a great example of the street life in Sacramento, California during the mid '90's. C-Bo was more militant in his views during this album, yet he still kept it street and not above the head of his audience. An example of his more militant songs was, "Americas Nightmare". In this song C-Bo stated, "No tatoos, so you can't mark me. Down with my sista's f-ck Charles Barkley". Then he took us from the scene of a shooting, on the flight for life and to the death of a gang member on the song, "Ghetto Flight". Ghetto Flight introduced the world to a rapper named, "Pizzo", who until this was only locally known.
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LABEL: AWOL RECORDS/SMG AKA SOLAR MUSIC GROUP/ON THE RUN DISTIBUTION/INSANE MANAGEMENT
MATRIX: RBO-2270-AWR7196 C2 507766-01/IFPI L892
- THE AUTOPSY
- MURDER MAN (FEAT. DUAL COMMITEE)
- AMERICAS NIGHTMARE
- GROOVIN' ON A SUNDAY
- STOMPIN' IN MY STREET (FEAT. DUAL COMMITEE)
- GHETTO FLIGT (FEAT. PIZZO)
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