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House of Pain – Back from the dead ft. B-Real and Son Doobie (Live) [MP3]

Here’s another rare track we got from Angel Sigala. Hip Hop in the gold era!

DOWNLOAD : House of Pain – Back from the dead ft. B-Real and Son Doobie (Live)

Serial Rhyme Killers – Deluxe Rapture FULL ALBUM! [DOWNLOAD]

Finally!

After a lot of digging and asking around I finally managed to get my hands on the full album by Serial Rhyme Killers.

The Serial Rhyme Killers first appeared on the T.H.C. (The Hip-Hop-Collection) Vol. 1 album in 2002. Now this is all about smoking shit, so you can really call this a dope album. Hard to find in Europe

I don’t have and can’t find any artwork for the album but i guess you’ll recognize these too mugs that made the album:

Son Doobie

and

Mellow Man Ace

Instead explaining much about the Serial Rhyme Killers, here`s a quote from “Murder Dog magazine” I found on the “Everlastworld”- forum (Thanks DJF!).

“After introducing rap fans to The Psycho Realm in the 90`s, Cypress Hill emcee B-Real is getting ready to unleash his latest side project – the Serial Rhyme Killaz. The new group is comprised of rappers Willie Malo and Son, better known as Mellow Man Ace and Son Doobie of Funkdoobiest, respectively. The group is shopping for a label deal and hopes to release its debut album, “Deluxe Rapture”, later this year.

Long tied in with the Cypress Hill extended family, Son and Willie Malo ironically had never rapped on a song together. That all changed when B-Real got them in the studio to record a song for his solo project, noticed how well their styles worked together and decided to put together the Serial Rhyme Killaz.

“Deluxe Rapture” will feature production from B-Real`s Audio Hustlers crew, which also includes Cypress Hill drummer Eric Bobo and Fear Factory bassist Christian Olde Wolbers.

Alchemist and Fredwreck Nassar also are likely to contribute beats. Guest rappers will include B-Real protege XL, possible Jacken from The Psycho Realm and most definitely Everlast on the posse cut “Family Ties”. Meanwhile, guitarists Jeremy Fleener of SX-10 and Rogelio Lozano of Downset are expected to contribute to the project. And appearances by the Hill`s Sen Dog and DJ Muggs aren`t out of the questions.

“When I approached my writing, it was always in the aspect of a dark vibe, dark mood, ominoustype shit,” B-Real said. “So I guess sometimes in the beats it reflects that still. I mean, some shit is like party-type beats, some are for thought, some are just to groove to. There`s a little bit of everything, I guess. But it`s definitely got a little bit darker edge.”

The biggest THANK YOU! goes to our new friend STANISLAV MINCHEV from Bulgaria for providing us with this piece of art album!

Enough said, here’s the link for the full album download:

DOWNLOAD : SERIAL RHYME KILLERS – DELUXE RAPTURE

Song of The Week : Funkdoobiest – Dedicated [Video]

Funkdoobiest – Wopbabalubop (1993 CD Single) [Download]

Tracklist:

Wopbabalubop (Radio Edit)

Wopbabalubop (Soul Assassins Remix)

Where’s It At (Muggs Remix)

Where’s It At (Album Version)

Produced by DJ MUGGS

DOWNLOAD : FUNKDOOBIEST – WOPBABALUBOP CD SINGLE

 

Serial Rhyme Killers (or Killaz) – I Need HELP With This!

For some time now I was told about this “group” by a friend of mine. Since then I’m trying to get some info on the album, or did it ever come out? There are 3 songs I could find, nothing else. Can somebody help me with this? Anybody got more than 3 songs? Here’s the best info I found on it from: http://www.recht-und-energie.de/html/serial_rhyme_killers.html

And i’m gonna copy the text from there:

Serial Rhyme Killers

The Serial Rhyme Killers first appeared on the T.H.C. (The Hip-Hop-Collection) Vol. 1 album in 2002. Now this is all about smoking shit, so you can really call this a dope album. Hard to find in Europe. But what is this Serial Rhyme Killers shit all about?

Instead explaining much about the Serial Rhyme Killers, here`s a quote from “Murder Dog magazine” I found on the “Everlastworld”- forum (Thanks DJF!).

“After introducing rap fans to The Psycho Realm in the 90`s, Cypress Hill emcee B-Real is getting ready to unleash his latest side project – the Serial Rhyme Killaz. The new group is comprised of rappers Willie Malo and Son, better known as Mellow Man Ace and Son Doobie of Funkdoobiest, respectively. The group is shopping for a label deal and hopes to release its debut album, “Deluxe Rapture”, later this year.

Long tied in with the Cypress Hill extended family, Son and Willie Malo ironically had never rapped on a song together. That all changed when B-Real got them in the studio to record a song for his solo project, noticed how well their styles worked together and decided to put together the Serial Rhyme Killaz.

“Deluxe Rapture” will feature production from B-Real`s Audio Hustlers crew, which also includes Cypress Hill drummer Eric Bobo and Fear Factory bassist Christian Olde Wolbers.

Alchemist and Fredwreck Nassar also are likely to contribute beats. Guest rappers will include B-Real protege XL, possible Jacken from The Psycho Realm and most definitely Everlast on the posse cut “Family Ties”. Meanwhile, guitarists Jeremy Fleener of SX-10 and Rogelio Lozano of Downset are expected to contribute to the project. And appearances by the Hill`s Sen Dog and DJ Muggs aren`t out of the questions.

“When I approached my writing, it was always in the aspect of a dark vibe, dark mood, ominoustype shit,” B-Real said. “So I guess sometimes in the beats it reflects that still. I mean, some shit is like party-type beats, some are for thought, some are just to groove to. There`s a little bit of everything, I guess. But it`s definitely got a little bit darker edge.”

Well, a few years have past since then, and it seems that the SRK-project has been buried. Anyway – if you look out hard enough, you`ll find the tracks.

Tracks available by now as downloads:

Pimp Cup
Pay For Your Plot  (!)
Deluxe Rapture
Family Ties (feat Everlast and Sick Jack) (!)
Eye On You
Serial Rhyme Killas
Ego Trippin
Heart of a Rebel
The Game Goes On (!)
Something about Mary (!).

And Here’s One Of The Songs: Seriall Rhyme Killers – Something About Mary

 

 

 

 

Funkdoobiest – Dedicated [Maxi CD Single] ’95 Mp3

Tracklist:

01 – Dedicated (Album Version)

02 – Dedicated (Jazzy Jeff Mix)

03 – Dedicated (Funkmaster Flex Mix)
04 – Dedicated (Jazzy Jeff Instrumental)

05 – Dedicated (Acapella)

DOWNLOAD : Funkdoobiest – Dedicated [Maxi CD Single]

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