The Last Stand is the third group album from Hip Hop collective Boot Camp Clik, released on July 18, 2006. The group consists of Black Moon's Buckshot, Smif-N-Wessun's Tek and Steele, Heltah Skeltah's Rock and Sean Price, and O.G.C.'s Starang Wondah, Louieville Sluggah and Top Dog. The album marks the return of Rock, who had left Duck Down Records in 1999 to pursue a solo career. Popular producers involved in the project include Pete Rock, Da Beatminerz, 9th Wonder and Large Professor.

The first track released from the project was "Trading Places", which was also the first music video from the album. The first official single released was "Yeah", which features "Trading Places" and "Let's Go" as the B-Side.

01. Here We Come (Prod. by 9th Wonder)
02. Let's Go (Prod. by Illmind)
03. Yeah (Prod. Marco Polo)
04. Hate All You Want (Prod. by Marco Polo)
05. Don't You Cross The Line (Prod. SIC Beats)
06. 1-2-3 (Prod. Pete Rock)
07. Take A Look (In The Mirror) (Prod. by 9th Wonder)
08. He Gave Us His Life (Prod. by Marco Polo)
09. Trading Places (Prod. by Ken Ring & Rune Rotter)
10. ''... But The Game Is Still Tha Same'' (Prod. by Da Beatminerz)
11. So Focused (Prod. by 9th wonder)
12. Everybody Knows Now (Prod. by Coptic)
13. World Wide (Prod. by Large Professor)
14. Soul Jah (Prod. by Mr. Attic)

Don't care what anyone says, this is another claasic release from the BCC. Third go round and they're bigger, better and stomp on all competition. This time, they went even further with their choice of beats by bringin in 9th Wonder, Illmind, Pete Rock, Marco Polo and more. This album solidified their dominance in the hip hop game, follwing up from their triple threat releases the previous year, the anticipation for this album was huge, and they didn't dissappoint, bringing back the sorely missed Rock after what seemed like years, and it's that instantly recognizable booming voice that grabs your attention when you first listen to this. Rock hasn't lost any of his hunger and sounds just as dope as he did back since those Nocturnal days. Along with Rock, his rhyme partneer, Sean Price, Buckshot, Steele & Starang Wondah, all drop the illest verses, it's always a pleasure to hear all the members together on one album but Louieville Sluggah & Top Dog don't really contribute much to the album, which is a shame because I always thought O.G.C. would still remain strong despite not puttin out any albums since 1999. This was, along with the previous Triple Threat releases, the re-birth of BCC, coming back strong with each new effort and also expanding their Duck Down by signing artists outside of their immediate family. These included KRS-One, Special Teamz, Kidz In The Hall & DJ Revolution. Long may their success continue, because as long as they're puttin out that quality material, the real hip hop headz will always have they're back!


"Here We Come"

"Trading Places"