|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Murderahh / Heartless||7||Audio||1992||Tommy Boy|
|2||Murderahh / Heartless||4||Audio||1992||Tommy Boy|
|3||Murderahh / Heartless||7||Audio||1992||Tommy Boy|
|4||Murderahh / Heartless||7||Audio||1992||Tommy Boy|
|5||Murderahh / Heartless||14||Audio||1992||Tommy Boy|
|6||Murderahh / Heartless||2||Audio||1992||Tommy Boy|
|7||The Best Of Stretch Vol.1||14||Audio||2003||Grand Imperial Records|
|8||Game Of Survival||31||Audio||2001||Grand Imperial Records|
|9||The Tribute - The Forgotten Chapter In Hip Hop||18||Audio||2010||Grand Imperial Records|
|10||Grand Imperial Presents Thug Sounds Vol.1||12||Audio||2010||Grand Imperial Records|
|11||Game Of Survival / Pump For A Livin'||6||Audio||1993||Tommy Boy|
|12||Heartless / Game Of Survival - The Movie||2||Audio||1992|
Live Squad's career started in 1988 when they had two of their first tracks featured on a very limited Percee P release called [r852427].
However, Live Squad would become better known for their association and collaboration with 2Pac rather than their own work.
Live Squad were Stretch (Randy Walker R.I.P.), his brother Majesty aka "Maj" (Christopher Walker) and their DJ K-Low.