From Start to Finish

From Start to Finish

Infobox Album |
Name = From Start to Finish
Type = Album
Artist = Haystak


Released = July 26, 2005
Length =
Recorded =
Genre = Rap, Southern Rap
Label = 40 West Records
Producer = Jason Winfree

Last album = "Portrait Of A White Boy"
(2004)
This album = "From Start to Finish"
(2005)
Next album = "The Southwest Connection"
(2006)|

From Start to Finish is the 2005 album by Haystak, released by Koch Records. This is also Haystak's first album to be released with a DVD.

Track listing

# "Intro" - 3:47
# "We Roll" - 4:22
# "I Ain't No Pin-Up" - 5:15
# "All By Myself" - 4:17
# "Boo Hoo Hoo" (featuring Bun B) - 4:05
# "Keep it Southern" - 4:32
# "Bonnie and Clyde" - 4:35
# "Kick They Back In" (featuring Eightball) - 4:29
# "Bang Bang" - 4:11
# "U Hard" - 3:51
# "My Friend" - 4:45
# "Whiteboy" - 4:18
# "Mama" - 4:17
# "Be Strong" - 4:23
# "Rollin' With Me" - 4:47
# "Middle Of Nowhere" - 4:26


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