A lot of their own artists have yet to release albums (save for 2 groups). Some eventually left their label.
Uni5: The World's Enemy album. It went through a frustrating amount of delays and pushbacks. Originally scheduled for a early 09 release but was perpetually pushed back to May of 2010. Where finally, finally, the hell stopped and the Thugs became real people.
Most fans wonder about what the group could have been if they managed to keep it together, despite the internal conflicts, and avoided Executive Meddling. Also see Development Hell.
A lot of fans felt that they, and other Midwestern rappers, missed a golden opportunity to form a strong coalition similar to the east, south, and west coast scene. Instead they beefed with each other during most of the mid 90's.
Their one time rival Twista, so much as admitted that they screwed up, saying, "Instead of gettin' money together we were bitchin' over styles, I ain't no muthafuckin' ho about it."