Terrorist Threats

Terrorist Threats

by Westside Connection


Product Details

Release Date: 12/09/2003
Label: Priority Records
UPC: 0724352403004
catalogNumber: 24030

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Westside Connection   Primary Artist
Ice Cube   Vocals,Group Member
Butch Cassidy   Vocals,Guest Appearance
Mack 10   Vocals,Group Member
Nate Dogg   Vocals,Guest Appearance
K Mac   Vocals,Guest Appearance
Bruce Waynne   Vocals
Young Soprano   Vocals,Guest Appearance
Mister Holloway   Vocals

Technical Credits

Ice Cube   Executive Producer
Ph.D. A. Rae Price   Composer
T.J. Green   Composer
Mack 10   Executive Producer
Rashad Coes   Producer
Jinx   Producer
Fredwreck Nassar   Producer
Andrew M. Shack   Executive Producer
Damizza   Producer
O'Shea Jackson   Composer
Nathaniel Hale   Composer
Megahertz   Producer
J.D. Tucker   Composer
Big Tank   Producer
Bruce Waynne   Producer
Dirty Swift   Producer
DJ Jamal 9   Producer
D'Mon Dedrick Rolison   Composer
Theron Feemster   Producer

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Terrorist Threats 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When i 1st listened to the cd, i was blown away. Every song is gr8. especally GANGSTA NATION!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a much-awaited release for me. The amazing combination of Ice Cube, WC, and Mack 10 is genius, as always, and this CD didn't disappoint me in the slightest. It is MUCH better than the extreme unoriginality of what rap has become. It's wonderful to hear some really good gangsta rap again.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I luv the song Gansta Nation it ROCKS!!!! the other songs rock 2 but Gansta Nation ROCKS THE MOST!!!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album reminds me of the old days when gangsta rap was king. Ice cube was raw and untarnished by the mainstream. Those were certainly the days before our words like thug, what's crackin and bust a cap were replaced with shizzle, izo and illmatic. This album will never get play in my ride. Unfortunately, I already know that Cube is a psudo movie star and knowing that, I can't listen to him rap about being a "killa". I just aint buying it. Then Mac-10.... Now he's supposed to be into the bling bling style? Nah dawg, that aint you. Then theres WC. WC has been the same since I first heard him. That's what I like. While Cube is making chump films and Mac10 is chilling at home in Atlanta, WC is being WC. This album is alright if you can get past what these fools are like now. If you can suspend everything you know about em and take this as plain old entertainment, you could like this. If you can't, then this aint for you. At the end of the day gangsta rap as we knew it is over. Not that we don't have any eager participants willing to fill the shoes of our beloved Pacs and NWA's, it's just that nobody's able.