The Most Blunted
The Most Blunted
Studio album by Scientifik




1991 - 1992


Hip hop, underground hip hop




Don Corleone Entertainment, Traffic Entertainment Group


Rhythm Nigga Joe

The Most Blunted is the second album by American rapper Scientifik, first released posthumously in 1998. It was recorded in 1992 and is either a demo tape or an unreleased debut album. The album was unofficially released by Don Corleone Entertainment in 1998, and then reprinted by Traffic Entertainment Group in 2006.

Track listingEdit

All songs performed by Scientifik. All songs produced by Rhythm Nigga Joe. All songs written by D. Behrmann and J. Mansfield.

No. Title Time
1.  "I Used To Know Ya" (feat. Ed O.G.) 4:31
2. "Bitch I Don't Need Ya" 4:04
3. "Slicka Picka Upper" 3:53
4. "I'm Taking Your Girl" 3:51
5. "It's Murda Son" 3:29
6. "I Ain't The Damn One" 3:25
7. "The Most Blunted" 3:20
8. "Hardcore Love" 3:45
9. "It's On" 3:46
10. "Disco Tech" 3:30

Samples Edit

I Used to Know Ya

  • "Dreaming About You" by The Blackbyrds

Bitch I Don't Need Ya

  • "E.V.A." by Jean-Jacques Perrey
  • "Get Out of My Life, Woman" by The Mad Lads
  • "The World is a Ghetto" by Ahmad Jamal

Slicka Picka Upper

I'm Taking Your Girl

  • "Comin' Out the Shadows" by Nat Adderley
  • "Slow Down" by Brand Nubian

It's Murda Son

  • "If It Was Good Enough for Daddy" by Clarence Reid

I Ain't the Damn One

The Most Blunted

  • "Boneman Connection" by Nicodemus
  • "Mini Bus (On the Telephone)" by Barrington Levy
  • "The Bridge is Over" by Boogie Down Productions

Hardcore Love

  • "Right on For the Darkness" by Curtis Mayfield

It's On

  • "Oblighetto" by Brother Jack McDuff
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