Cypress Hill - IV download album
Cypress Hill IV is the eponymous fourth studio album by American hip hop group Cypress Hill, released on October 6, 1998 by Ruffhouse and Columbia Records. The skeletons on the cover are posing as the three wise monkeys (see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil). Rapper Barron Ricks was featured on several of the album's tracks. IV was certified Gold by the RIAA.
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Cypress Hill IV. Cypress Hill. Released October 6, 1998. Cypress Hill IV Tracklist.
Tired tales of guns, gangs, and of course, weed fire up Cypress Hill IV, making it sound more like a lame attempt at a reunion gig than the next chapter in the revitalization of their career, which it should be. Worse, they've added stupid sex raps to their repertoire, dulling their edge and throwing Cypress Hill into the discard pile with countless other once-relevant hip-hoppers. Still, the sonic landscape that they trudge across here is occasionally sprinkled with some wild scenes.
After the greatness of their first two albums, their third "III (Temples of Boom)" was a huge disappointment and while "IV" might not be on the level of the first two, it's a major step up from their previous effort. After making nursery rhymes about killing cops on their debut, (the song "Pigs") Cypress Hill do a song from the other side's perspective. B-Real embodies the persona of a corrupt(obviously) police officer on "Looking Throug the Eye of a Pig" and tells a incredibly harsh tale about the things he's seen
IV is the fourth album by the rap group Cypress Hill. It was released on October 6, 1998. It was certified Gold by the RIAA. It is one of their most varied releases and one that DJ Muggs is most fond of. The skeletons on the cover are posing as the three wise monkeys. This is Cypress Hill's first album to have any heavy metal influence. Also, is notable that seven songs of the album were recorded with the rapper Barron Ricks. 5 Kingpin: Life of Crime Soundtrack.
List of Cypress Hill albums. Cypress Hill Album: Cypress Hill IV. See larger image. Album Information : Title: Cypress Hill IV. Approx. Release Date:1998-10-06. Cypress Hill are the exception to this trend. Back in 1991 they hit the scene in a big way with their first joint, containing the classics "How I Could Just Kill a Man" and "Hand On The Pump". Their latest release, IV, does not disappoint. The tracks are a lot deeper, and the flow of B Real and Sen is tight. The song topics don't deviate too much; there is plenty of cop-hating, weed smoking, and automatic weapons. The thing is, Cypress knows how to come correct and make you play the cd til you know every word.