The independent success of The End earned Three 6 Mafia a major-label deal, but it's of uneven quality. Juicy J and DJ Paul's beats are weighed down with a sluggish tempo and a bleary keyboard sound typical of mid-'90s gangsta rap. However, there are a few tracks worth checking out. "Body Parts" is a glorious descent into bloody horrorcore imagery, and "Gette'm Crunk" hints at the crazy thug beats the two producers would soon master. Other highlights include "Destruction Terror," "Walk Up 2 Yo House," "Where da Killaz Hang" and "I Ain't Goin'."