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Slaughterhouse Performs At Paid Dues Festival (03/28/09)
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Photos from RealTalkNY.net

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#22
did crook do any solos?
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#23
Must've have been a great show.  Hopefully someone streamed the whole thing.
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#24
Quote: link=topic=326.msg253666#msg253666 date=1238367611]
did crook do any solos?

He performed "I'm Still A MC" and his "Gangsta Gumbo" freestyle.
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#25
any vids?
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any vids?

Only one I can find right now...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88MUDuGq3wU
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(03-29-2009, 01:56 PM)rebel.AL link Wrote: [Image: 23582189.jpg]

Damn, I never realized how big this event was.

JBTV said people were booing when they were performing.

I think most of the people there were Tech N9ne fans, he has a massive following.
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#28
looks like amazing show, lets hope we will be able to witness this once. propz
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#29
L.A. Times review..

Meanwhile, Slaughterhouse -- a rap super-group composed of major-label refugees Joe Buddens, Royce Da' 5'9," Joell Ortiz and Crooked I -- made its West Coast debut, donning butcher's aprons, prison jumpsuits and splashing red-colored liquid on the crowd. Displaying a rowdy and raw energy worthy of Onyx or early Wu-Tang, the set was technically flawless and surprisingly well-rehearsed -- a performance providing an immediacy often lacking in the sub-genre, with each performer rapping as though he carried daggers in his teeth.


http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/music_bl...-dues.html

Can't wait to see some decent footage of their performance
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#30
Few more photos...
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