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Bootleg: From the Lost Vault, Vol. 1

Bootleg: From the Lost Vault, Vol. 1
Esham
Released March 28, 2000
Genre Horrorcore, Hardcore hip hop, underground hip hop
Label Gothom/Overcore
Esham chronology

Detroit Dogshit
(1997)
Bootleg: From the Lost Vault, Vol. 1
(2000)
Acid Rain
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link

Bootleg: From the Lost Vault, Vol. 1 is the second compilation album by Esham, released on March 28, 2000.

Reception

Allmusic reviewer Jason Birchmeier wrote that "Bootleg [...] [is] by no means a definitive roundup, but it makes for an adequate introduction to his music."[1]

Track listing

No. TitleLyricsMusic Length
1. "Kkkill The Fetus"   KKKill the Fetus[2] 4:43
2. "As I Rock-n-Roll"   original 1:31
3. "Redrum"   Boomin' Words from Hell[3] 4:02
4. "Fallen Angel"   Judgement Day, Vol. 1: Day[4] 3:19
5. "Thinking To Myself"   Judgement Day, Vol. 1: Day[4] 2:27
6. "Dumb Bitch"   Judgement Day, Vol. 2: Night[5] 1:33
7. "Morty's Theme"   The Fear Soundtrack 3:35
8. "Black Orchid"   Dead Flowerz 4:48
9. "Outcha Atmosphere"   Mail Dominance 3:34
10. "Midnight Hour"   Doubelievengod 3:19
11. "Price On Ya Head"   Multikillionaire: The Devil's Contract 3:07
12. "Watch Ya Back"   Boomin' Words from Hell (1989 version) 2:30
13. "What"   Dead Flowerz 2:39
14. "Comerica"   Bruce Wayne: Gothom City 1987[6] 2:36
15. "Suffer The Consequences"     2:56
16. "Monkey Mix"  "Twirk Yo Body" from Mail Dominanceoriginal 3:42

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