FIELD MOB It's been 48 months since Field Mob's second album, From The Roota To The Toota. Can't say I missed them. But since 2002, the Albany, Georgia, duo's gotta have something to say, right? Well, they like cars, and "don't need Xzibit to pimp my ride," as Smoke rhymes with typical mid-level imagination on My Wheels. We learn their area code via the irritating hook on club-shitter Area Code 229. Baby Bend Over sounds like a major-label-coerced attempt to out-mysogynize Ying Yang Twins' hit Wait (The Whisper Song), but comes off goofy with its flaccid eight-bit bounce. Ludacris steals the show on one cameo (Smilin') - then encores his theft with the bonus track Georgia, which was basically his song to begin with.