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Theater of the Mind [PA]


  • 1. Intro
    2. Undisputed - (featuring Floyd "Money" Mayweather)
    3. Wish You Would - (featuring T.I.)
    4. One More Drink
    5. Call Up the Homies - (featuring Willy Northpole/The Game)
    6. Southern Gangsta - (featuring Playaz Circle/Rick Ross/Ving Rhames)
    7. Everybody Hates Chris - (featuring Chris Rock)
    8. What Them Girls Like - (featuring Sean Garrett/Chris Brown)
    9. Nasty Girl
    10. Contagious - (featuring Jamie Foxx)
    11. Last of a Dying Breed
    12. MVP
    13. I Do It For Hip Hop - (featuring Nas)
    14. Do the Right Thang - (featuring Common/Spike Lee)
    15. Making A Theater Of The Mind
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): B0012020-02

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Audio Remasterer: Glenn Schick.
    Two years after his acclaimed fifth LP, Ludacris gets cinematic on the highly-anticipated followup, THEATER OF THE MIND. Employing the Hollywood concept on each track, the ATL king of punch-lines shows his versatility, working with the most eclectic stable of producers seen on a Luda project to date, and passing the mic to a wide range of big-name guest MCs and film personalities (billed "co-stars").
    Whether he's asserting his dominance alongside boxer Floyd "Money" Maymeather ("Undisputed"), doing the token drunk-in-the-club routine ("One More Drink"), showboating for his haters while Chris Rock clowns him ("Everybody Hates Chris"), or sermonizing in favor of more positive hip-hop alongside Common and Spike Lee ("Do the Right Thing"), Ludacris is as lyrically fit as ever; his one-liners never fail to outshine those of his many costars. The production itself moves from conventional Dirty South to West Coast gangsta to radio-friendly slow jams and even East Coast boom bap. Jay-Z, Nas, Lil Wayne, Jamie Foxx, Rick Ross, the Game, T.I., Chris Brown, T-Pain, and Plies round out the formidable supporting cast.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (p.75) - "Luda himself is still cast in his signature role, the same affably ribald player with the unflappable flow..."
    Billboard (p.41) - "This one's stuffed with massive, flamboyant beats; overloud dirty-comic vocals; and all the usual lyrical stops..."
    XXL (Magazine) (pp.119-120) - "Luda delivers by bringing aboard a solid cast of artists and personalities.
    Mojo (Publisher) (p.122) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Luda's thundering cadence and pop-wise club jams are strong on 'One More Drink'..."
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