Strait Zooism

Strait Zooism is the fourth and final studio album released by rap group Poison Clan. It was released on November 7, 1995 through Warlock Records and was produced by Mike "Fresh" McCray and JT Money. Strait Zooism proved to be the least successful of the group's albums, only peaking at #80 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. This album was also Poison Clan's only album not released through Luke Records, as the group had left the record label due to a money dispute with Luther Campbell.

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Strait Zooism - Track Listing
... Intro"- 201 "Fire Up This Funk" - 331 "Zooism"- 511 "Paper Chase"- 545 "Peep da Flava"- 307 "Blow da Spot"- 102 "Ahead of My Time"- 400 "Rainbow Annihilators"- 649 "Strictly for da Hardcore"- 400 "Rather Deal with a ...

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