Cypress Hill – Cypress Hill (Red Vinyl)

Label:
Get On Down
Art.Nr.:
09534344
Kat.Nr.:
GET-51293 / 88697893361

Released:
09.08.2011
First Date:
1991
Cover:
Picture
Format:
LP
Pressung:
US - Reissue
Zustand:
Neu
Vinyl:
Cover:
Genre:
Hip Hop / Rap
Stichworte:
sen dog, dj muggs, dilated peoples, b-real
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Cypress Hill - Cypress Hill (Red Vinyl)
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2019 Reissue/Repress on Transparent Red Vinyl.

Cypress Hill’s self-titled debut album was hard as nails, with very few pop concessions. There was humor, but it was laced by cackling, homicidal sneering. Not well known outside of the hardcore hip-hop scene at first, faces of the three group members weren’t usually shown clearly in press photos; they preferred the shadows. As their first singles began hitting the airwaves and record racks, the press and music fans started to take notice. From the opening notes of the group’s first single, “The Phuncky Feel One,” to deeper album cuts like “Stoned Is The Way Of The Walk” and “Tres Equis,” it was clear that Cypress Hill was something different. And very, very dope. 

The world Cypress Hill espoused was gang-ridden and far from cheery, but they managed to laugh through the pain. Lead rapper B-Real took each fuzzed-out, rock-hard DJ Muggs beat as a challenge, jumping around it like a spark off a joint as it makes its way to the concrete. MC Sen Dog always had B-Real’s back, to bringintensity and a no-bullshit gruffness that made the group both menacing and unpredictable. When they introduced percussionist Eric Bobo to the mix in the early 90s, it brought new dimension to the band, making their live performances one of the most unique and accomplished shows in hip-hop. Journalist and author Chris Faraone highlights the group’s relationship in the reissue’s liner notes (which is included only in limited edition Skull) saying, “[By the late ‘80s] the undisputed 

Cypress unit finally formed. B and Sen realized that their diametric styles - the latter’s deep wrangle, the former’s inimitable high notes - 
complemented one another righteously. By then Muggs had bangers in the bag, as well as industry experience from a jaunt with the New York duo 7A3. B and Sen waited while Muggs messed with 7A3, and in that time began to build the blueprint for their raucous and weeded no-holds-barred style. Besides getting schooled on industry pitfalls, Muggs had also grown into hip-hop’s most formidable young producer, while straddling the bi-coastal gap.” Cypress Hill’s debut went gold by the end of 1991 and has since pushed past double platinum status, making it the first album for a Latino-American hip hop group to do so. The album received raves from the likes of Rolling Stone and the Los Angeles Times, saw a #1 Hot Rap Single with the release of “The Phuncky One” and helped the band win Artist Of The Year at the 1992 Source Awards. After 25 years, it should come as no surprise that Cypress Hill is a cornerstone of the group’s live set to this day.

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TitelFeaturingProducingLänge
A1. PigsDJ Muggs02:49play
A2. How I Could Just Kill A ManDJ Muggs04:07play
A3. Hand On The PumpDJ Muggs04:06play
A4. Hole In The HeadDJ Muggs03:34play
A5. Ultraviolet DreamsDJ Muggs00:37play
A6. Light AnotherDJ Muggs03:21play
A7. The Phuncky Feel OneDJ Muggs03:28play
A8. Break It UpDJ Muggs01:00play
B1. Real EstateDJ Muggs03:52play
B2. Stoned Is The Way Of The WalkDJ Muggs02:33play
B3. PsycobetabuckdownDJ Muggs03:03play
B4. Something For The BluntedDJ Muggs01:16play
B5. Latin LingoDJ Muggs04:01play
B6. The Funky Cypress Hill ShitDJ Muggs04:00play
B7. Tres EquisDJ Muggs01:53play
B8. Born To Get BusyDJ Muggs03:02play
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