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III (TEMPLES OF BOOM) (2LP)

Cypress Hill III (TEMPLES OF BOOM) (2LP)

$49.95

III (TEMPLES OF BOOM) (2LP)

by Cypress Hill
$49.95
With this album Cypress Hill turned towards a more tranquil, sedate, slower, spooky sound with beats. The dark mood of this album reflects the strife within the band during this era, when member Sen Dog temporarily left the band to pursue other projects.  On this album both Wu-Tang Clan members RZA and U-God make appearances on "Killa Hill Niggas". Also notable was track "No Rest For The Wicked" which ignited the feud between Cypress Hill and rapper Ice Cube, who they claimed, stole material from the band.

Double 180 gram audiophile vinyl
LP1 - SIDE A
Spark Another Owl
Throw Your Set In The Air
Stoned Raiders
Illusions

SIDE B
Killa Hill Niggas
Boom Biddy Bye Bye
No Rest For The Wicked

LP2 - SIDE C
Make A Move
Killafornia
Funk Freakers
Locotes

SIDE D
Red Light Visions
Strictly Hip Hop
Let It Rain
Everybody Must Get Stoned
Cypress Hill (2LP)

Cypress Hill Cypress Hill (2LP)

$49.95

Cypress Hill (2LP)

by Cypress Hill
$49.95

The first record by Cypress Hill, simply called Cypress Hill, made quite an underground impact and at the same time remained relatively undiscovered by the mainstream until Black Sunday hit the stores two years later. The record showcases a new approach to Hip Hop of the early '90s: stoned lyrics on stoned beats being delivered in a weird and innovative, Latino ghetto style. By many considered the best album of Cypress Hill, this one at least has the most raw funk to offer. Muggs digs deep into the crates and comes up with funky-ass SP1200 beats. "How I Could Just Kill A Man", "Hole In The Head" and "Stoned Is The Way Of The Walk" are just a few contenders for best songs on the album.

Available as a double 180 gram audiophile vinyl. 

LP1
SIDE A
1. Pigs
2. How I Could Just Kill a Man
3. Hand on the Pump
4. Hole IN the Head

SIDE B
1. Ultraviolet Dreams
2. Light Another
3. The Phuncky Feel One
4. Break It Up

LP2
SIDE C
1. Real Estate
2. Stoned is the Way of the Walk
3. Psycobetabuckdown
4. Something for the Blunted

SIDE D
1. Latin Lingo
2. The Funky Cypress Hill Shit
3. Tres Equis
4. Born to Get Busy
IV (2LP Vinyl)

Cypress Hill IV (2LP Vinyl)

$49.95

IV (2LP Vinyl)

by Cypress Hill
$49.95

 

Back with a renewed energy and purpose, Latino-flavored rappers Cypress Hill climbed back into the ring for another round in the fight for Hip-Hop supremacy on IV, an album which is as much at home with ghetto street-kids as it is with California surfers.   With right hand man Sen Dog back in the fold, it completes the circle that B Real and DJ Muggs once drew as one of the most influential groups in Rap. With this fourth album, Cypress Hill managed to hit the #11 spot on the Billboard album charts and it was certified gold.

Tracklist
LP1
SIDE A
Looking Through The Eye Of A Pig
Checkmate
From The Window of My Room
Prelude To A Come Up (feat. MC Eiht)

SIDE B
Riot Starter
Audio X (feat. Barron Ricks)
Steel Magnolia (feat. Barron Ricks)
I Remember That Freak Bitch (From The Club) / Interlude Part 2 (feat. Barron Ricks)
(Goin' All Out) Nothin' To Lose

LP2
SIDE C
Tequila Sunrise (feat. Barron Ricks)
Dead Men Tell No Tales
Feature Presentation (feat. Barron Ricks and Chace Infinite)
Dr. Greenthumb

SIDE D
16 Men Till There's No Men Left
High Times
Clash Of The Titans/Dust
 Lightning Strikes
Black Sunday (2LP)

Cypress Hill Black Sunday (2LP)

$49.99

Black Sunday (2LP)

by Cypress Hill
$49.99

'We don't need to spend a lot of words on Cypress Hill's second album Black Sunday. The album's flagship song "Insane In The Brain" received major airplay on MTV, and struck a major chord with alternative youth as well as hip hop fans. This is a unique facet of Cypress Hill that sets them apart from other Hip Hop acts that appeal to Hip Hop heads exclusively: Cypress Hill managed to rise above the genre.

Their marijuana filled lyrics, detuned and cleverly found samples (for instance, the horse sound on "Insane In The Brain" is from a 60s children TV-show), funky beats and nasal raps of B Real make Black Sunday a little trip to an early '90s latino ghetto, with a huge fun factor.

TRACKLISTING

SIDE A
1. I WANNA GET HIGH
2. I AIN'T GOIN' OUT LIKE THAT
3. INSANE IN THE BRAIN

SIDE B
1. WHEN THE SH-- GOES DOWN
2. LICK A SHOT
3. COCK THE HAMMER
4. INTERLUDE

SIDE C
1. LIL' PUTOS
2. LEGALIZE IT
3. HITS FROM THE BONG

SIDE D
1. WHAT GO AROUND COME AROUND, KID
2. A TO THE K
3. HAND ON THE GLOCK
4. BREAK 'EM OFF SOME
Till Death Do Us Part (2LP)

Cypress Hill Till Death Do Us Part (2LP)

$52.99

Till Death Do Us Part (2LP)

by Cypress Hill
$52.99

'Released three years after Stoned Raiders, Latino hip hop group Cypress Hill returned in 2004 with their seventh studio album Till Death Do Us Part. On this album they flirt with reggae, particularly on "What's Your Number" sampling The Clash's "The Guns Of Brixton" plus "Ganja Bus" featuring vocals from Damian Marley. "Latin Thugs" is a characteristic Cypress Hill Latin-mariachi rap and B-Real rocks with a clever cover of the Beastie Boys' "Paul Revere" retitled "Busted In The Hood".

TRACKLISTING

LP1
SIDE A
 Another Body Drops
 Till Death Comes
 Latin Thugs

SIDE B
 Ganja Bus
 Busted In The Hood
 Money
 Never Know
LP2
SIDE C
 Last Laugh
 Bong Hit
 What‘s Your Number
 Once Again

SIDE D
 Number Seven
 One Last Cigarette
 Street Wars
 Till Death Do Us Part
 Eulogy

 

    III (TEMPLES OF BOOM) (CD)

    Cypress Hill III (TEMPLES OF BOOM) (CD)

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    Skull And Bones (CD)

    Cypress Hill Skull And Bones (CD)

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    $14.99