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Unreleased Underground: The Hatchet Family

DISCOGRAPHY

This is the official discography of The Hatchet Family. All of the rare songs listed in this section are not found on any of these available releases, unless noted. The Hatchet Family is defined as songs that featured two or more artists on the same track, and was usually individually released. Side projects and supergroups are also lumped into this section.

Studio Albums

  • Dumpin’ (Psychopathic Rydas)
  • Tales From the Lotus Pod (Dark Lotus)
  • Ryden Dirtay (Psychopathic Rydas)
  • Check Your Shit in Bitch! (Psychopathic Rydas)
  • Black Rain (Dark Lotus)
  • Furious (Soopa Villainz)
  • Duk Da Fuk Down (Psychopathic Rydas)
  • The Opaque Brotherhood (Dark Lotus)
  • EatShitNDie (Psychopathic Rydas)
  • The Mud, Water, Air & Blood (Dark Lotus)
  • Reindeer Games (The Killjoy Club)

Studio EPs

  • Limited Edition EP (Psychopathic Rydas)
  • Pony Down (Drive-By)
  • Backdoor Ryda EP (Psychopathic Rydas)
  • Back on da Block (Drive-By)
  • RunTheseStreets (Drive-By)
  • Ride the Stars (Zodiac MPrint)

Compilations

  • Psychopathics From Outer Space (Various)
  • Big Money Hustlas Soundtrack (Various)
  • Hatchet History (Various)
  • Psychopathics From Outer Space 2 (Various)
  • Psychopathics From Outer Space 3 (Various)
  • Holiday Heat (Various)
  • Psychopathic Psyphers (Various)

RARE SONGS

2000

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I Don’t Wanna Die The Pendulum #7 Psychopathic Rydas (Bullet). After the release of Dumpin’ but before the release of Ryden Dirtay, it was planned for all 6 members of the Rydas to release solo albums as their respective personas. Although Foe Foe, Twin Gats, and Cell Block’s songs were never released or possibly even recorded, a few tracks did surface from the others. This track was released as the 7th Pendulum comic book single in 2000. Unlike all of the other Pendulum songs (besides the other two Rydas tracks and R.U. Wicked), this song was not reissued on any other release, so this is a rare exception. CLICK HERE
What Rydas Do Fo Money The Pendulum #7 Psychopathic Rydas (Full Clip). This track was released as the 7th Pendulum comic book single in 2000. Unlike all of the other Pendulum songs (besides the other two Rydas tracks and R.U. Wicked), this song was not reissued on any other release, so this is a rare exception. Shares the same story as the above mentioned Rydas solo projects. CLICK HERE
Who Wanna Flex? The Pendulum #7 Psychopathic Rydas (Bullet). This track was released as the 7th Pendulum comic book single in 2000. Unlike all of the other Pendulum songs (besides the other two Rydas tracks and R.U. Wicked), this song was not reissued on any other release, so this is a rare exception. Shares the same story as the above mentioned Rydas solo projects. CLICK HERE
The Game Ain’t Got No Love for Nobody n/a Psychopathic Rydas (Lil’ Shank). This track was released exclusively online a year after it was recorded, since at the end of the song he mentions a copyright of the year 2000. Shares the same story as the above mentioned Rydas solo projects. CLICK HERE
Fuck Dem n/a Marz and Insane Clown Posse. Recorded shortly before Marz joined Dark Lotus and released online, during the 2000 tour. The verse by Marz was cut out and the beat changed for the song Who Is It, off of DJ Clay’s 2010 mixtape, Book of the Wicked 2. CLICK HERE
Whut (Alternate Version) n/a Insane Clown Posse and Esham. Recorded during the Bizaar/Bizzar sessions. Esham was later cut out of the song and replaced by Twiztid on the final version. Esham also mentions joining Dark Lotus in his verse, hinting at being an early member of the group. CLICK HERE

2001

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Mamma I Ain’t Changed (Original Version) n/a Drive-By (Blaze Ya Dead Homie and Anybody Killa). A remade version of this song, without ABK, is featured as a bonus track on Blaze’s debut album 1 Less G n Da Hood. One of the very first official releases featuring ABK, and so technically it’s the first Drive-By track released. CLICK HERE

2002

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Foo Dang (Original Version) n/a Drive-By (Anybody Killa and Blaze Ya Dead Homie). Released online as a standalone single. The final version appeared on ABK’s debut album, Hatchet Warrior. CLICK HERE

2003

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The Train n/a Anybody Killa and Insane Clown Posse. Randomly recorded track in 2003. CLICK HERE
Tour Bus n/a Insane Clown Posse and Anybody Killa and 2 Live Crew. Recorded during the Shangri-La Tour, which at some point featured 2 Live Crew as openers. CLICK HERE

2004

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Let Me Go n/a MC Breed and Anybody Killa and Violent J. Possibly was to be included on MC Breed’s only Psychopathic (UMZ) album, The New Prescription. Was not released until almost 6 years later. CLICK HERE

2005

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What Is Love n/a Violent J and Esham. Along with a batch of other ICP and Esham songs, this was another random track recorded in 2005, and later released during Esham’s podcast. CLICK HERE
Why You Scared n/a Esham and Insane Clown Posse. Another random track featuring Esham and Insane Clown Posse. Recorded in 2005 and was unreleased along with a bunch of other tracks until it appeared during Esham’s podcast. CLICK HERE
How You Gonna Top That? n/a Violent J and Esham. Was planned to be on an Esham album, but the beat was instead used for We Like It Like That off of ICP’s EP, The Calm. CLICK HERE
Drinking and Driving n/a Insane Clown Posse and Esham. Outtake from a 2005 recording session. CLICK HERE
Why U So Krazy? n/a Krazy Klan (Lavel and Anybody Killa). Credited as Krazy Klan, and was rumored to be on ABK’s 2004 album Dirty History. Cut out for reasons unknown, and not released until nearly 4 years later. CLICK HERE
Fucked Up n/a Anybody Killa and Lavel and Cash Kola. Another Krazy Klan outtake track, except it features Cash Kola, whom randomly appeared on Monoxide’s album Chainsmoker. CLICK HERE
All These Bitches Broke n/a Anybody Killa and Esham. Random track recorded in 2005. CLICK HERE

2006

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n/a It Ain't Safe No More Soopa Villainz (Shaggy 2 Dope and Lavel and Esham and Violent J). In 2006, Esham presented his 8th podcast. It consisted entirely of outtakes from the Soopa Villainz sessions, with a total of 15 songs. 1 song is simply the podcast intro, 1 song is a remix, and 1 song is a collaboration song with Esham which has no relation to the Soopa Villainz sessions yet was played at the end of the podcast anyway. Download link is for a RAR file of the entire release. CLICK HERE

2011

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Where Do We Go From Here n/a Cold 187um and Violent J and Twiztid. Blaze Ya Dead Homie and Legz Diamond on the chorus, with Shaggy 2 Dope on the intro. A standalone single recorded and released during the American Psycho tour in 2011, this song also had a music video made for it. CLICK HERE
American Psychos American Psycho Twiztid and Insane Clown Posse. American Psycho was a tour exclusive EP released during the ICP and Twiztid tour in 2011. It contained two new songs by ICP, two new songs by Twiztid, and two new songs featuring both artists. Get Geeked is the only song from this EP to be rereleased anywhere else. CLICK HERE

2012

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Ruby Song n/a Sugar Slam and Violent J. A song released online, dedicated to Violent J’s daughter Ruby. A song dedicated to his son JJ was released earlier. CLICK HERE

2014

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Knocking on Heaven’s Door (Alternate Version) n/a Myzery and Violent J. This version features a female throughout the entire song, unlike the final version. Originally intended to be on Myzery’s 2015 album Demon/Angel. CLICK HERE
Happy Wicked Holiday n/a Tha Hav Knots (Anybody Killa and Big Hoodoo). The first song officially released by the new duo, Tha Hav Knots. A holiday themed song. CLICK HERE

2015

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Welcome to the Underground n/a Boondox and Twiztid and Blaze Ya Dead Homie. An exclusive single given away on the 2015 tour. CLICK HERE

2016

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Robbin' Hood n/a Blaze Ya Dead Homie and Lex the Hex Master and The R.O.C. A VIP single given away during Blaze Ya Dead Homie's 2016 tour. CLICK HERE
The Dojo n/a Twiztid and Blaze Ya Dead Homie and The R.O.C. and Lex the Hex Master. An exclusive single for Record Store Day in 2016. Featuring the then-full roster of MNE. CLICK HERE

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