Released: 1998
Thanks in part to the rise of the No Limit tank, the Dirty South rap landscape had shifted greatly in the two years between Goodie Mob's debut and Still Standing. "They Don't Dance," the lead single from that followup, felt like Organized making a conscious attempt to keep up with the more riotous sounds of their Gulf Coast peers, but without sacrificing the warmth that made the first Goodie album so revered.