Light Poles and Pine Trees
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||Explicit1,2,3||Field Mob||4:18||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMy Wheels||Field Mob||4:11||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSo What||Field Mob||3:36||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitBaby Bend Over||Field Mob||3:48||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSmilin'||Field Mob||4:18||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitArea Code 229||Field Mob||4:35||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSkit||Field Mob||1:08||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitBlacker the Berry||Field Mob||4:25||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitI Hate You||Field Mob||3:43||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitAt the Park||Field Mob||3:40||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEat 'Em Up, Beat 'Em Up||Field Mob||4:59||$0.69||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitPistol Grip||Field Mob||4:14||$0.69||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSorry Baby||Field Mob||3:26||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitIt's Over||Field Mob||3:32||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitGeorgia||Field Mob||4:23||Album Only||View in iTunes|
Integrated as a significant part of Ludacris' Disturbing tha Peace collective, signaled by the Luda and Jamie Foxx-assisted hit "Georgia" (reprised here), Field Mob has a considerable amount of momentum (as well as a new label) behind them as they release Light Poles and Pine Trees, their third album. Everything is in place for the duo to gain far more exposure than before, and they answer the call with another set that displays their flexibility — from the poignant and funny "Blacker the Berry" (Luda is absolutely correct that Shawn Jay and Smoke are two of the best lyricists around) to the playful and party-ready "At the Park." Pre-album single "So What," featuring a hook from Ciara, is even softer than the duo's 2002 hit "Sick of Being Lonely" and has "unavoidable summer hit" written all over it, in spite of its melancholy character (and yet more of producer Jazze Pha's gratuitous vocal stamping). A couple tracks in particular — "Baby Bend Over," an obvious stab at striking platinum with sleazy whispering over a sparse production, as well as the Kelis-quoting "I Hate You," featuring the disruptive lead singer of DTP resident rockers Lazyeye — prevent Light Poles from topping the duo's first two albums. (These miscues are especially frustrating since the hot "Friday Night" was, for whatever reason, left off the album.) Even with its considerable flaws, the album proves that Field Mob is one of the South's finest and most unique acts.
SMILIN' THAT I BOUGHT IT YO!!!
It has some ok tracks like My Wheels and Sorry Baby... but the AWSOME TRACKS ARE... 1.SMILIN' 2.SO WHAT 3.GEORGIA ... SO BE THE SMART ONE IN YOUR FAMILY 4 ONCE AND BUY THIS ALBUM!!! HOLLA AT CHA BOY~~~~
i love field mob FOR LIFE!!!!
point blank. field mob has been hot. spittin that real real real talk. it's about time they got some true exposure... thanks luda!!! SMOKE & SHAWN JAY KEEP DOING YOU BABY AND STAY TRUE TO HE HAS BROUGHT U ALL THIS WAY... GOD BLESS!!!
Light Poles and Pine Trees
Man this cd is off the hook. They are showing off on this cd I love there southern accent. It's very very catchy. All the songs are excellent. My favorite is Eat "Em Up,Beat "Em up, Ladies you will feel this one for sure. This was a good idea to sign to Disturbing Tha Peace because the beats are crazy. Keep it up Field Mob.
Formed: Albany, GA
Years Active: '00s, '10s