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The Butcher Shop

The Butcher Shop
Released March 25, 2008
Recorded 2008
Genre Hardcore hip hop, Midwest hip hop
Label RLP/Gothom
Producer Esham
Esham chronology

The Butcher Shop
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The Butcher Shop is the first mixtape presented by rapper Esham A. Smith. Released in 2008, the album contains tracks from Detroit rappers such as Big Herk, Bizarre, Insane Clown Posse, King Gordy, Royce da 5'9" and Trick Trick.[1] The album also features the entirety of Esham's extended play Lamb Chopz, previously released as a digital download on October 30, 2007.[2] The Butcher Shop peaked at #86 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.[3]

Track listing

No. TitlePerformer(s) Length
1. "Lamb Chopz"  Esham 1:45
2. "American Psycho"  Esham 2:28
3. "Deadbeat Mom"  Esham 3:22
4. "Forgot About E"  Esham 1:37
5. "Mr. Honeynut Cheerioz"  Esham 2:12
6. "I Got Flow"  Esham 2:45
7. "Reel Life"  Mastamind 2:59
8. "?????"  Davidians (King Gordy and Bizarre) ft. Esham 3:51
9. "Monster"  Poe Whosaine 3:17
10. "Global Warming"  Insane Clown Posse 4:20
11. "The Game Got Rules"  Big Herk 4:08
12. "What You Sayin'"  Stretch Money 4:15
13. "What It Is"  East Side Chedda Boy Malik 3:45
14. "Gunfire"  Supa Emcee 3:08
15. "On Fire"  Doc Hollywood Hustle 3:01
16. "Pussy Connoisseur"  Don Mel 2:57
17. "Count the Money"  Filthy Rockwell 3:34
18. "90 Degreez"  Lil Mike Mike 3:50
19. "Hustle Hard"  Dinky Dawson ft. Trick Trick 4:02
20. "Black Orchid" (Remix)Bossalini ft. Esham 4:22
21. "Pussy Good"  Drunken Master ft. Esham and Royce da 5'9" 4:27
22. "So Far Gone"  Street Lord Juan 4:01
23. "Still Don't"  East Side Chedda Boy Tuff Tone 3:55
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