Long Live The Kings(Explicit Version) CD (2010)

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Product Overview


Label Suburban Noize/red
SKU 214568551
UPC 673951018327
UPC 14 00673951018327
Format CD
Release Date 4/20/2010
Author Kottonmouth Kings
Associated Artist/Work Dirtball
Technical Info
Engineer Daddy X; Patrick "P-Nice" Shevelin; Mike Kumagai
Producer Daddy X; Mike Kumagai
CatalogID NZE 183
Lable Name Suburban Noize
Released 04/20/2010
Original Release 2010
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 76m : 6s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00673951018327
Musical Guests
Tech N9ne
Insane Clown Posse
Big B
Album Notes and Credits
Audio Mixers: Daddy X; Patrick "P-Nice" Shevelin; Mike Kumagai.
Liner Note Author: Daddy X.
Recording information: Cannibus Cabin, Tehachapi, CA; Electro Ghetto, Los Angeles, CA; Spidey Hole Studios, Bend, OR; Subnoize Compunds, Los Angeles, CA.
Illustrator: Luke Tarnowski.
Photographers: Fabrice Hensenns; Derek Plank.
Arranger: Daddy X.
"15 years and goin' strong/Still rippin' the bong" these rap-rock Kings declare right out of the gate, and there's no denying the excitement level and suburban-spawned snottiness is as strong as ever on the herb-friendly group's eleventh official album. Long Live the Kings is the first Kings album to have the honor of being released on the stoner's holiday of 4/20, and as expected, almost every track here is "something to smoke to," although this time there's also something to ingest with the silly psychedelia of "Mushrooms." All the trash-rap planets align when the Insane Clown Posse show up for a very un-N.W.A. "F*ck the Police," which offers no great social commentary other then that getting pulled over is a real bummer. It's hard not to smile at the track's great opening exchange (Cop: "Any drugs or any weapons in the vehicle?" Perp: "Kinda"), and while the mainstream hip-hop scene has no reason to check the album, the cheap thrills are piled high with fun punk-pop-rap ("Rampage") and maybe even power pop-rap ("Take It to the Top") keeping the cul de sac-dwelling Kings from sounding like hood rat posers. The latter tune asks "Why does everyone gotta act like a big Mac?/Just kick-back, chill, and drink a six pack," and for a taste-free, guilty pleasure moment, it sounds like a fantastic idea. ~ David Jeffries
Disc 1
1 Long Live the Kings
2 Party Monsters - (featuring Tech N9ne)
3 Rampage
4 Great When You're High
5 Stomp
6 Lucky Day
7 At It Again
8 Make It Rain
9 Party Girls
10 Mushrooms
11 Black Smoke
12 F*ck the Police - (featuring Insane Clown Posse)
13 Reefer Madness
14 Checkmate
15 Kill the Pain
16 Mad Respect
17 Let's Do Drugs
18 Let the Indo Blow
19 Take It To the Top
20 Simple & Free
Product Attributes
Artist Kottonmouth Kings
Label Suburban Noize
Music Format Compact Disc
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