Cypress Hill - Till Death Do Us Part album FLAC
This album showed Cypress Hill experiment with a reggae sound - especially in the lead single; "What's Your Number?" that sampled the bass line from The Clash song "The Guns of Brixton. Another song, "Ganja Bus" features vocals from Damian Marley (son of Bob Marley). Two different CD covers (artwork) exist: The European and Japanese releases feature the standard sepia version of a picture of a statue of a crucifixion scene.
Join Cypress Hill mailing list. Receive updates, specials, and more. This album showed the group introducing reggae elements, especially in the lead single What’s Your Number? , which samples the bass line from the Clash song The Guns of Brixton. Another song titled Ganja Bus features vocals from Damian Marley (son of Bob Marley ).
Cypress Hill chronology. Till Death Do Us Part (2004). Greatest Hits from the Bong (2005). Also the vinyl release of album and special first pressings with sticker insert of above cover with this being cover of the booklet. Singles from Till Death Do Us Part. What's Your Number?" Released: March 19, 2004. Rolling Stone "he combination of mournful maturity and club-ready fun they come up with on Till Death Do Us Part suits them just fine. Q magazine " funk-driven return to familiar ground, laced with dark imagery, beefy hooks and sharp vocal trading. Till Death Do Us Part.
Tracklist: 1. Another Body Drops, 2. Till Death Comes, 3. Latin Thugs, 4. Ganja Bus, 5. Busted In The Hood, 6. Money, 7. Never Know, 8. Last Laugh, 9. Bong Hit, 10. What’s Your Number?, 11. Once Again, 12. Number Seven, 13. One Last Cigarette, 14. Street Wars, 15. Till Death Do Us Part, 16. Eulogy, 17. Ready To Die, 18. Roll It Up Again.
Cypress Hill are one of the main progenitors of West Coast hip hop in the early 1990s, releasing several critically acclaimed albums. This recordreached on the Billboard 200 Albums chart and an the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. 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"
Thats what Cypress Hill is and thats what makes them so good and sometimes unique. Cypress Hill formed in 1989 in California and made it big in 1993 with the album Black Sunday and the single Insane in the Brain. Soon they started playing at large acts like Lollapalooza and Woodstock 94 pushing them to be one of the biggest rock involved rap groups of the era. Throughout the 90s they released many albums but by the end of the decade, they started to lose momentum. In 2004, they released their 7th album Till Death Do Us Part. Till Death Do Us Part is an interesting album. Its very inconsistent.
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|A1||Another Body Drops
Bass, Guitar – Reggie StewartGuitar [Additional] – Mike Sims*
|A2||Till Death Comes||3:30|
Congas – Ray ArmundoFeaturing – Tego Calderon*Producer, Recorded By [Additional] – The Alchemist*Programmed By [Additional] – Muggs*Written-By – Alan Maman, Tego Calderon*
Featuring – Damian MarleyProducer – Tony "CD" Kelly*Recorded By [Additional] – Rob HillWritten-By – Damian Marley, Anthony Kelly*
|A5||Busted In The Hood
Guitar, Keyboards – Rob HillWritten-By – Adam Horovitz, Darryl McDaniels, Joseph Simmons, Rick Rubin
Guitar [Additional] – Rob HillSynthesizer [Moog] – Fredwreck*
Featuring – Prodigy, Twin*Recorded By [Additional] – The Alchemist*Written-By – Albert Johnson, Gloria Jones, Jamal Abdul Raheem, Janie Bradford
Programmed By – Rogelio Lozano
|B2||What's Your Number?
Drums – Scott Abel*Featuring – Tim ArmstrongGuitar – Rob HillGuitar [Additional] – Rogelio Lozano, Tim ArmstrongKeyboards [Additional] – Dan BoerVocals – Skinhead RobWritten-By – Paul Simonon
Bass, Guitar – Rogelio Lozano
|B5||One Last Cigarette
Drums – Alan Pahanish*Saxophone – Tim BurtonVocals [Additional] – Chace InfiniteWritten-By – Piero Piccioni
|B7||Till Death Do Us Part
Guitar, Keyboards, Mixed By – Fredwreck*Producer – "Fredwreck" Nassar*Vocals [Additional] – Traci NelsonWritten-By – Fred Nassar*
Guitar – Rogelio Lozano
- Bass – Mike Sims* (tracks: A2, A3, A7, A8, B6), Rob Hill (tracks: A5, A6, B2, B4, B5)
- Executive Producer – Muggs
- Guitar – Mike Sims* (tracks: A3, A6 to A8, B2, B3, B6)
- Keyboards – Mike Sims* (tracks: A2, A3, A6 to A8, B2, B3, B6)
- Mastered By – Brian "Big Bass" Gardner*
- Mixed By – Muggs*, Rob Hill
- Producer – Muggs* (tracks: A1, A2, A5 to B6, B8)
- Programmed By [Additional] – Rob Hill (tracks: A1 to A3, A6 to A8, B2 to B6)
- Recorded By – Rob Hill
- Written-By – Larry Muggerud (tracks: A1, A2, A5 to B6, B8), Louis Freese (tracks: A1 to A8, B2, B3, B5 to B8), Senen Reyes (tracks: A1, A3, A4, A6, A8)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 606817 400413
|CK 90781||Cypress Hill||Till Death Do Us Part (CD, Album, Ltd)||Columbia||CK 90781||US||2004|
|515 029 0||Cypress Hill||Till Death Do Us Part (CD, Album)||Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Columbia||515 029 0||Russia||2004|
|none||Cypress Hill||Till Death Do Us Part (CD, Album, Unofficial)||East Records , Columbia||none||Russia||2004|
|515029.4||Cypress Hill||Till Death Do Us Part (Cass, Album)||Columbia||515029.4||Indonesia||2004|
|515029.4||Cypress Hill||Till Death Do Us Part (Cass, Album)||Columbia||515029.4||Malaysia||2004|