After breaking new ground (and taboos) with their first release "1st Sacrifices Of Blasphemy", and achieving local airplay with their "Lady Animosity" Maxi-Single, TOOMB went to a 'Back to Basics' approach on their first official full-length recording. The CD was originally named
"Speedballin'" , but was renamed "TOOMBThousand"
for it's almost exclusively online release. It is a mix of the dark-toned imagery that TOOMB was known for, plus an even more braggadocious, battle-tested lyrical proficiency that reflected the real-life confrontations the crew was encountering at the time, and some twisted narratives about their dealings with the opposite sex.
released June 1, 2001
Songs 1-3, 6-8, 10-12 produced by F.O.R.C.E. Songs 4,5, and 9 produced by Khryste. Scratches and Cuts on "Agony" by Khryste. Scratches and Cuts on "Speedballin'" by DJ SKNO. Drum Programming on "Infinity" and "Every Single MC" by DIYE. Rhodes Piano on "Speedballin'" by Dean Hummons Sr.