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6 Feet Deep is the debut album of the horrorcore supergroup Gravediggaz. It was released August 9, 1994, by Gee Street Records. The album was re-issued in 1997.


Track listing

# Title Time Producer(s) Performers Samples
1 "Just When You Thought it Was Over (Intro)" 0:10 Prince Paul -
2 "Constant Elevation" 2:30 Prince Paul
3 "Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide" 3:55 Prince Paul
  • First verse/Fourth verse: The Rzarector
  • Second verse: The Grym Reaper
  • Third verse: The Gatekeeper
  • Outro: The Grym Reaper, The Undertaker
4 "Defective Trip (Trippin')" 5:04 Prince Paul
  • Intro: The Grym Reaper & The Gatekeeper
  • First verse: The Gatekeeper
  • Second verse: The Grym Reaper
  • Third verse: The Rzarector
5 "2 Cups of Blood" 1:24 Prince Paul
  • The Rzarector & The Grym Reaper
6 "Blood Brothers" 4:47 Frukwan
  • Intro/First verse/Fifth verse: The Rzarector
  • Second verse/Fourth verse: The Gatekeeper
  • Chorus/third verse: The Grym Reaper
7 "360 Questions" 0:33 Prince Paul -
8 "1-800 Suicide" 4:18 Prince Paul
  • First verse: The Gatekeeper
  • Second verse: The Grym Reaper
  • Third verse: The Rzarector
9 "Pass The Shovel" (Included on the European version only) 3:36 Prince Paul
  • First verse: The Gatekeeper
  • Second verse/4th verse: The Rzarector
  • Third verse: The Grym Reaper
  • Outro: The Rzarector, The Gatekeeper
  • "Take Me to the Mardi Gras" by Bob James (from the 1975 album Two)
10 "Diary of a Madman" 4:34 RNS, RZA & Prince Paul
  • "Warm and Tender" and "No Love (But Your Love)" by Johnny Mathis
11 "Mommy, What's a Gravedigga?" 1:44 Prince Paul
  • Intro: The Undertaker
  • First verse: The Grym Reaper
  • Second verse: The Gatekeeper
  • Third verse: The Rzarector
  • "Pigs" by Cypress Hill (from the 1991 album Cypress Hill)
  • "Since We Said Goodbye" by the Counts (from the 1974 album Funk Pump)
  • "Givin' it up is Givin' Up" by Patrice Rushen (from the 1979 album Pizzazz)
  • "It's A New Day" by Skull Snaps (from the 1973 album Skull Snaps)
12 "Bang Your Head" 3:24 Prince Paul
  • Chorus/First verse: The Rzarector
  • Second verse: The Grym Reaper
  • Third verse: The Gatekeeper
13 "Here Comes the Gravediggaz" 3:44 Mr. Sime
  • Intro/First verse: The Grym Reaper
  • Second verse: The Gatekeeper
  • Chorus/Third verse: The Rzarector
  • "You Don't Mess Around With Jim" by Jim Croce (from the 1972 album You Don't Mess Around With Jim) (vocal interpolation)
  • "The House That Hatred Built" by Gravediggaz (1992)
  • "The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove" by Dead Can Dance (from the 1993 album Into the Labyrinth)
14 "Graveyard Chamber" 4:57 RZA
  • First verse: The Grym Reaper
  • Second verse: Dreddy Kruger
  • Third verse/chorus: The Rzarector
  • Fourth verse: Scientific Shabazz
  • Fifth verse: The Gatekeeper
  • Sixth verse: Killah Priest
15 "Death Trap" 2:57 Prince Paul
  • Intro: Masta Ace (uncredited)
  • Chorus/First verse: The Gatekeeper
  • Second verse: The Rzarector
  • Third verse: The Grym Reaper
  • "7 Minutes of Funk" by Tyrone Thomas & the Whole Darn Family (from the 1976 album Has Arrived)
16 "6 Feet Deep" 4:36 RZA
  • First verse/Sixth verse: The Grym Reaper
  • Second verse: The Gatekeeper
  • Third verse/Fifth verse: The Rzarector
  • Fourth verse: The Undertaker
17 "Rest in Peace (Outro)" 2:01 Prince Paul
  • The Rzarector

Note: The source of the producers is the sleeve jacket of the album.

Album Chart Positions

Year Album Chart positions
Billboard 200 Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums
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Singles Chart Positions

Year Song Chart positions
Billboard Hot 100 Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks Hot Rap Singles Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales
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