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Cypress Hill – 1991 – Cypress Hill

By Eric | December 23, 2013 1:00 am

Artist: Cypress Hill
Title: Cypress Hill
Label: Ruffhouse / Columbia
Released: Aug 13, 1991
Packaging: Jewel Case
Pack-in DVD
Release Type: Standard


#How I Could Just Kill A Man
#Hand on the Pump
#Hole in the Head
#Ultraviolet Dreams
#Light Another
#The Phuncky Feel One
#Break It Up
#Real Estate
#Stoned Is The Way Of The Walk
#Something For The Blunted
#Latin Lingo
#The Funky Cypress Hill Shit
#Tres Equis
#Born To Get Busy


Led by the deep-toned Sen Dog and the deliciously adenoidal whine of B-Real and backed by DJ Muggs’s beats–as thick as the smoke they inhaled–Cypress Hill spun dope-fueled tales of revenge, revolution, recreational drug use, gangbanging, and cultural pride. Like R. Crumb’s Mr. Natural, but with a hardened voice and a B-boy attitude, Cypress Hill slow-walked their funk-flavored way through a minefield of anthems (the still sizzling “How I Could Just Kill a Man”) and comic manifestos (“Stoned Is the Way of the Walk”). Heavy on the bass line and punctuated by flashes of wit and rage, Cypress Hill’s joint was definitely one to draw deep on.

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