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After a few pushbacks, it looks like that Slaughterhouse album will be hitting stores on August 28th. Today, RR lets go the official album artwork for welcome to : OUR HOUSE. Also, look out for track featuring Swizz Beatz titled ‘Throw It Away’ on July 2nd.

UPDATE: The track list is out folks. Confirmed by Slaughterhouse’s friend Ice.

Pre-order on Amazon.

UPDATE: Back to the top with production credits added courtesy of Complex.

1. The Slaughter (Intro)
2. Our House (Feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey) (Prod. Alex Da Kid)
3. Coffin (Feat. Busta Rhymes) (Prod. by Hit-Boy)
4. Throw That (Feat. Eminem) (Prod. T-Minus)
5. Hammer Dance (Prod. araabMUZIK)
6. Get Up (Prod. No. I.D.)
7. My Life (Feat. Cee Lo Green) (Prod. STREETRUNNER & Raymond “SAROM” Diaz)
8. We Did It (Skit) (Prod. Eminem)
9. Flip A Bird (Prod. Black Key Beats and Zukhan)
10. Throw It Away (Feat. Swizz Beatz) (Prod. Mr. Porter)
11. Rescue Me (Feat. Skylar Grey) (Prod. Alex Da Kid)
12. Frat House (Prod. T-Minus)
13. Goodbye (Prod. Boi-1da)
14. Park It Sideways (Prod. Kane Beatz)
15. Die (Prod. Mr. Porter)
16. Our Way (Outro) (Prod. Boi-1da)

Deluxe version:

17. Asylum (Feat. Eminem)
18. Walk Of Shame
19. The Other Side
20. Place To Be (Feat. B.o.B)

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44 Responses to “Slaughterhouse – welcome to : OUR HOUSE (Album Cover & Track List)”

  1. T Blue 28. Jun, 2012 at 7:27 am #

    Doppeeee

  2. alus992 04. Aug, 2012 at 10:35 pm #

    I hope that track with Skylar Grey won’t be popy tune for radio with eminem on it:/
    But still waitin’ for this project!

  3. higherup 04. Aug, 2012 at 11:02 pm #

    looks solid as fuck!!!

  4. ... 11. Aug, 2012 at 11:28 pm #

    Throw that with Em and produced by T-Minus! that gonna be HEAT!

  5. Stanton 12. Aug, 2012 at 8:26 am #

    production lineup is stout as fuck

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    STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: December 15, 2006Flight controllers tried additional “wiggle” tests late today to shake a hung-up guide wire loose and clear the way for full retraction of a partially folded solar array. As with earlier tests, results were inconclusive but the Discovery astronauts said they would be willing to stage a repair spacewalk if mission managers conclude a quick repair is necessary and can be safely carried out.”We have a great view of what’s going on with the array up there from the shuttle flight deck,” said station commander Mike Lopez-Alegria. “My perspective looking at it from the inside last time was it doesn’t need much coaxing. You’ve probably heard us use the analogy of trying to fold a map. As you know, at times when you’re folding a map it’s helpful to poke it here and there. I think our approach will be not very different from that, although we’ll be poking gently.”NASA’s Mission Management Team met today to discuss a variety of options to fully retract the P6-4B solar array wing. The wing currently is retracted a little more than half way with at least one guide wire hung up on a grommet that seems to be preventing the slats in a solar blanket from folding smoothly.Earlier today and again late this afternoon, flight controllers sent commands to move the array’s mast slightly to trigger a wave-like motion in the folding slats that make up the solar blanket. The idea was to set up enough motion to free the guide wire from the friction believed snagging it in a grommet.Television views from space showed the blankets rippling gently, but it was not immediately apparent whether the gentle shaking accomplished anything.It appears unlikely NASA managers will add any solar array tasks to an already-planned spacewalk Saturday to finish a major re-wiring job to switch the international space station’s circuitry form an interim to a permanent power system. The station’s robot arm likely would be needed on the left side of the complex to provide access to the base of the array and the arm is needed on the right side of the station to support Saturday’s spacewalk. But as of this writing, no options have been ruled out.If a spacewalk is added to the mission, either Sunday or Monday, the Discovery astronauts would have to give up a planned post-undocking heat shield inspection. Commander Mark Polansky told reporters today he would be willing to do that if managers decide retracting the array is the higher priority.”Certainly we rely a lot on the imagery team on the ground to go ahead and take a look and tell us that they think everything is going well with the orbiter, which we’ve gotten so far,” he said. “There are a lot of risk trades here and we have a mission to accomplish. So I’m sure (we will) take a look at risk versus reward and see what’s the best thing to accomplish.”In a perfect world, I’d like to have everything but it’s not quite that perfect. So we’ll go ahead and try to find out what’s the best thing we could do for overall mission success and safety.”Saturday’s re-wiring spacewalk will be carried out by Robert Curbeam and newly arrived station astronaut Sunita Williams. But a solar array repair job would be carried out by Curbeam and Christer Fuglesang, who trained for solar array contingencies before launch.Working around the array carries some risk because of sharp edges, minimal training and the possibility of arcing that could lead to potentially dangerous electric shocks. But any tools would be insulated and Curbeam said he was not particularly worried.”I”m really not concerned at all about the shock hazard,” he said. “We’ve got a great team on the ground working on a plan and hopefully it’ll work well for us. But if nothing else, I know it will be safe for us so I’m not concerned about the shock hazard at all.”Of course, we’re excited about the possibility of helping out and helping make the house up here a little bit better by fixing that solar array if we can.”NASA managers also are considering deferring any additional work to the next shuttle mission or to the station’s crew after Discovery departs. If an unplanned spacewalk is added to Discovery’s mission, a decision must be made soon.”The biggest thing about it is there’s a lot of very delicate pieces to the solar array wing and we want to make sure we don’t rip one of those blankets or damage any of the hardware that’s up there,” Curbeam said. “As always, you want to do no harm first.”Video coverage for subscribers only:VIDEO:WIDESCREEN VIEW FROM PLAYALINDA BEACH TRACKER VIDEO:DISCOVERY’S LAUNCH THROUGH FUEL TANK SEPARATION VIDEO:SHORT CLIP OF DISCOVERY BLASTING OFF VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS DEPART QUARTERS FOR PAD VIDEO:CREW FINISHES DONNING SPACESUITS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS IN DINING ROOM VIDEO:TIME-LAPSE MOVIE OF PAD GANTRY ROLLBACK VIDEO:LONGER LENGTH MOVIE OF THE SCRUB VIDEO:SCRUB CALLED DUE TO LOW CLOUDS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS DEPART QUARTERS FOR PAD VIDEO:CREW FINISHES DONNING SPACESUITS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS IN DINING ROOM THURSDAY VIDEO:PAD’S ROTATING SERVICE STRUCTURE ROLLED BACK VIDEO:POST-ARRIVAL COMMENTS FROM THE CREW VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS ARRIVE IN WAVE OF T-38 JETS VIDEO:BIOGRAPHIES OF THE DISCOVERY ASTRONAUTS VIDEO:NARRATED STS-116 MISSION PREVIEW MOVIE VIDEO:WEDNESDAY’S SHUTTLE BRIEFING IN ITS ENTIRETY BRIEFING SOUNDBITES:VIDEO:THE ISSUES DISCUSSED AT FRR VIDEO:NOT YOUR FATHER’S FRR VIDEO:READY TO RESUME NIGHT LAUNCHES VIDEO:LAUNCH PREPS PROCEEDING WELL VIDEO:YEAR-END ROLLOVER CONCERNS VIDEO:REASSESSING TANK FOAM RISK VIDEO:STATION SOLAR ARRAY DRIVE SYSTEM PROBLEM VIDEO:PRESSURIZATION PRECAUTIONS AT THE PAD VIDEO:OVERVIEW OF STS-116 MISSION VIDEO:SHUTTLE/ISS PROGRAM PERSPECTIVE VIDEO:PREVIEW OF MISSION’S SPACEWALKS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS’ PRE-FLIGHT NEWS BRIEFING VIDEO:COVERAGE OF PRACTICE COUNTDOWN ACTIVITIES VIDEO:DISCOVERY ROLLS TO THE PAD VIDEO:DISCOVERY MATED TO TANK AND BOOSTERS VIDEO:SHUTTLE HOISTED VERTICALLY INSIDE VAB VIDEO:DISCOVERY HAULED FROM HANGAR TO VAB VIDEO:PORT 5 TRUSS PAYLOAD PACKED UP VIDEO:CREW VISITS KENNEDY SPACE CENTER VIDEO:EXTERNAL FUEL TANK MATED TO BOOSTERS MORE: Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. 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    STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: December 21, 2006The Discovery astonauts tested the shuttle’s re-entry systems today and packed up for a trip back to Earth Friday to close out a successful space station re-wiring mission. The only question today is where the seven astronauts will land.Because of an earlier decision to add a spacewalk to Discovery’s mission, the shuttle only has enough supplies to remain in orbit until Saturday at the latest. To provide a safety cushion in case of unexpected problems with the spacecrat, NASA flight rules call for a return to Earth Friday, weather permitting, at one of the agency’s three landing sites – the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., or Northrup Strip at White Sands Space Harbor, N.M.With marginal to bad weather expected in Florida and California, NASA may be facing its first New Mexico shuttle landing since 1982. Because White Sands is NASA’s lowest-priority landing site, equipment needed to prepare the shuttle for a ferry flight back to Florida is not readily available and Discovery’s return to Kennedy would be delayed four to six weeks.NASA managers are hoping the forecast changes and that the weather will permit a landing in either Florida or California. The astronauts have landing opportunities at all three sites on four successive orbits Friday starting with a deorbit burn on orbit 203 at 2:49 p.m. for a landing on KSC runway 15 at 3:56 p.m.Edwards, Northrup and Kennedy are available on the next orbit, for landings around 5:30 p.m. EST, and two more opportunities, at Edwards and White Sands, are available the orbit after that around 7 p.m. EST. A final Edwards opportunity is available one orbit later, around 8:36 p.m. EST.Ground track charts available .Entry data available .Entry flight director Norm Knight, overseeing his first shuttle landing, plans to brief reporters later today on his re-entry strategy. Depending on the actual weather Friday, he will focus the entry team’s efforts on the best opportunities for Florida and California.The forecast for the Kennedy Space Center calls for scattered clouds at 2,000 and 5,000 feet and a broken deck at 10,000 feet. But there is a chance for a broken deck at 5,000 feet and a chance for showers within 30 nautical miles, both flight rule violations. Winds will be gusting to 22 knots, but the crosswind component for a landing on runway 15 is just 2 knots or so.At Edwards, clouds are no problem but winds out of 290 degrees gusting up to 22 knots will result in a crosswind of about 20 knots for a landing on runway 22/04. The daylight crosswind limit is 15 knots and while that can be raised to 17 if turbulence is mild, forecasters are predicting moderate turbulence at Edwards.The outlook for Northrup Strip at White Sands calls for light winds and broken cloud decks at 15,000 and 20,000 feet. It is “go” for landing.Here are all the possible landing opportunities on Friday (in EST and subject to slight change):FRIDAY, DEC. 2202:49 PM…12…18…02…Orbit 202 deorbit burn (TIG) for KSC landing03:56 PM…12…19…09…202 KSC landing04:19 PM…12…19…32…203 Edwards Air Force Base TIG05:27 PM…12…20…40…EAFB landing04:20 PM…12…19…33…203 Northrup Strip TIG05:27 PM…12…20…40…Northrup landing04:26 PM…12…19…39…203 KSC TIG05:32 PM…12…20…45…KSC landing05:54 PM…12…21…07…204 EAFB TIG07:00 PM…12…22…13…EAFB landing05:57 PM…12…21…10…204 Northrup TIG07:02 PM…12…22…15…Northrup landing07:32 PM…12…22…45…205 EAFB TIG08:36 PM…12…23…49…EAFB landingAssuming the weather provides any chance at all, shuttle commander Mark Polansky, pilot William Oefelein and their crewmates will shoot for a landing in Florida on the first opportunity. That would require a “go” from mission control around 2:30 p.m. for a three-minute 17-second rocket firing at 2:49 p.m., lowering the shuttle’s velocity by about 222 mph. After a half-hour free fall, the shuttle would enter the discernible atmosphere at an altitude of 400,000 feet – entry interface – at around 3:24 p.m. At that point, the orbiter would be 5,100 miles from runway 15 at the Kennedy Space Center with touchdown expected at 3:56:12 p.m.Here are preliminary numbers for a KSC entry on orbit 202 (in EST; minor changes expected):EST………..EVENT10:49:00 AM…Begin deorbit timeline11:04:00 AM…Radiator stow11:14:00 AM…Mission specialists seat installation11:20:00 AM…Computers set for deorbit prep11:24:00 AM…Hydraulic system configuration11:49:00 AM…Flash evaporator checkout11:55:00 AM…Final payload deactivation12:09:00 PM…Payload bay doors closed12:19:00 PM…Mission control ‘go’ for OPS-3 entry software load12:29:00 PM…OPS-3 transition12:54:00 PM…Entry switchlist verification01:04:00 PM…Deorbit parameters update01:09:00 PM…Crew entry review01:24:00 PM…Commander, pilot don entry suits01:41:00 PM…Inertial measurement unit alignment01:49:00 PM…CDR/PLT strap in; mission specialists suit don02:06:00 PM…Shuttle steering check02:09:00 PM…Hydraulic power system prestart02:16:00 PM…Toilet deactivation02:24:00 PM…Vent doors closed for entry02:29:00 PM…Mission control ‘go’ for deorbit burn02:35:00 PM…Mission specialists seat ingress02:44:00 PM…Single APU start02:49:05 PM…Deorbit ignition02:52:22 PM…Deorbit burn complete (dV: 326 fps; dT: 3:17)03:24:19 PM…Entry interface03:29:19 PM…1st roll command to right03:36:33 PM…1st left-to-right roll reversal03:49:46 PM…Velocity less than mach 2.503:51:53 PM…Velocity less than mach 103:52:40 PM…253-degree left overhead turn to line up on runway03:56:12 PM…LandingVideo coverage for subscribers only:VIDEO:WIDESCREEN VIEW FROM PLAYALINDA BEACH TRACKER VIDEO:DISCOVERY’S LAUNCH THROUGH FUEL TANK SEPARATION VIDEO:SHORT CLIP OF DISCOVERY BLASTING OFF VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS DEPART QUARTERS FOR PAD VIDEO:CREW FINISHES DONNING SPACESUITS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS IN DINING ROOM VIDEO:TIME-LAPSE MOVIE OF PAD GANTRY ROLLBACK VIDEO:LONGER LENGTH MOVIE OF THE SCRUB VIDEO:SCRUB CALLED DUE TO LOW CLOUDS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS DEPART QUARTERS FOR PAD VIDEO:CREW FINISHES DONNING SPACESUITS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS IN DINING ROOM THURSDAY VIDEO:PAD’S ROTATING SERVICE STRUCTURE ROLLED BACK VIDEO:POST-ARRIVAL COMMENTS FROM THE CREW VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS ARRIVE IN WAVE OF T-38 JETS VIDEO:BIOGRAPHIES OF THE DISCOVERY ASTRONAUTS VIDEO:NARRATED STS-116 MISSION PREVIEW MOVIE VIDEO:WEDNESDAY’S SHUTTLE BRIEFING IN ITS ENTIRETY BRIEFING SOUNDBITES:VIDEO:THE ISSUES DISCUSSED AT FRR VIDEO:NOT YOUR FATHER’S FRR VIDEO:READY TO RESUME NIGHT LAUNCHES VIDEO:LAUNCH PREPS PROCEEDING WELL VIDEO:YEAR-END ROLLOVER CONCERNS VIDEO:REASSESSING TANK FOAM RISK VIDEO:STATION SOLAR ARRAY DRIVE SYSTEM PROBLEM VIDEO:PRESSURIZATION PRECAUTIONS AT THE PAD VIDEO:OVERVIEW OF STS-116 MISSION VIDEO:SHUTTLE/ISS PROGRAM PERSPECTIVE VIDEO:PREVIEW OF MISSION’S SPACEWALKS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS’ PRE-FLIGHT NEWS BRIEFING VIDEO:COVERAGE OF PRACTICE COUNTDOWN ACTIVITIES VIDEO:DISCOVERY ROLLS TO THE PAD VIDEO:DISCOVERY MATED TO TANK AND BOOSTERS VIDEO:SHUTTLE HOISTED VERTICALLY INSIDE VAB VIDEO:DISCOVERY HAULED FROM HANGAR TO VAB VIDEO:PORT 5 TRUSS PAYLOAD PACKED UP VIDEO:CREW VISITS KENNEDY SPACE CENTER VIDEO:EXTERNAL FUEL TANK MATED TO BOOSTERS MORE: John Glenn Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The historic first orbital flight by an American is marked by this commemorative patch for John Glenn and Friendship 7.Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is available in our store. 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A less sophisticatedtile repair technique, one intended for minor damage, will be demonstratedduring a spacewalk, along with a technique for repairing small cracks inleading edge panels.A tile repair technique that had long been considered a front runner wasruled out, however, and while two large backpacks and high-tech caulk gunswill be carried aloft aboard Discovery, they will not be tested in flight,according to NASA spokesman Kyle Herring.Instead, engineers will continue work to perfect the technique and if allgoes well it may be tested on the second post-Columbia mission.Today’s Program Requirements Control Board was chaired by shuttle programmanager William Parsons. His decision will be presented to NASA’sSpaceflight Leadership Council a week from Friday for formal approval.Discovery is scheduled for launch on the first post-Columbia shuttlemission around May 15. Three spacewalks are planned, two devoted to spacestation repair and servicing and one to demonstrate repair procedures. Buttechnical questions and concerns have held up a decision on which repairtechniques to demonstrate and with time running out to complete crewtraining and equipment testing, Parsons, deputy program manager Wayne Haleand other senior managers heard final presentations today.Three options were on the table.The first option called for spacewalkers Stephen Robinson and SoichiNoguchi to use the cure in-place-ablator applicator – CIPAA – backpacks,loaded with a tile repair material known as STA-54, to fill in deliberatelydamaged tiles in Discovery’s cargo bay.Questions about the reliability of the procedure surfaced last year whenengineers noticed the formation of air bubbles in the viscous STA-54material as the two compounds that made it up were mixed together in thebackpack. 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    […] airwaves to debut their latest single, produced by Boi-1da. That Crooked verse though? Mannnnnnn. Album coming August 28th. Radio rip via Dee, for […]

  22. Slaughterhouse – Goodbye | CVEhitlist.com - 11. Aug, 2012

    […] with their latest single, produced by Boi-1da. That Crooked verse though? Mannnnnnn. Album coming August 28th. […]

  23. Slaughterhouse – ‘See Dead People’ | HipHop-N-More - 11. Aug, 2012

    […] releasing a new (and dope) track from their upcoming album, Slaughterhouse decides to give us an idea of what to expect from their On The House mixtape. […]

  24. Slaughterhouse – Welcome To: Our House [Album Tracklist & Production Credits] « RapBullet.com - 12. Aug, 2012

    […] Update: Tracklist By HHNM […]

  25. Slaughterhouse - Welcome To: Our House [Album Production Credits] - Naption - 12. Aug, 2012

    […] Spotted at HHNM […]

  26. Slaughterhouse – welcome to: OUR HOUSE (Album Preview / Snippets) | HipHop-N-More - 15. Aug, 2012

    […] 28th, the boss of Shady Records, Eminem will unleash the debut album from the Slaughterhouse crew, welcome to: OUR HOUSE which has been much anticipated by the fans. The album features appearances from Eminem on 3 tracks […]

  27. Mixtape: Slaughterhouse – ‘On The House’ | HipHop-N-More - 19. Aug, 2012

    […] just 9 more days until the release of their new album, the Slaughters finally let go their new pre-album mixtape On The House. If this goes as planned, […]

  28. Crooked I – ‘The Other Side’ (Freestyle) | HipHop-N-More - 26. Sep, 2012

    […] Other Side’ which was one of the bonus tracks on Slaughterhouse’s Shady Records debut welcome to: OUR HOUSE. This goes […]

  29. Tracklist: Slaughterhouse "welcome to: OUR HOUSE" - Notoriety Being A NOBODY - 06. May, 2014

    […] Place To Be Ft. B.o.B Props to HHNM and Ice Follow […]

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