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Rise Up [Explicit Lyrics]

Cypress Hill Audio CD
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Cypress Hill has long represented the will of the people. The Los Angeles-based trio of rappers B-Real and Sen Dog and producer DJ Muggs provided distinctive insight into the harsh realities of ghetto life, championed marijuana before it became fashionable and made it acceptable for rappers to use Spanish in their rhymes. Given its visionary bent, it makes sense that the group wanted to call ... Read more in Amazon's Cypress Hill Store

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  • Audio CD (19 April 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B003647BW2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,732 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
Listen  1. It Ain't Nothin' (feat. Young De)Cypress Hill featuring Young De 4:010.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Light It UpCypress Hill 3:170.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Rise Up (feat. Tom Morello)Cypress Hill featuring Tom Morello 3:500.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Get It AnywayCypress Hill 4:200.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Pass The Dutch (feat. Evidence and The Alchemist)Cypress Hill featuring Evidence and The Alchemist 3:200.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Bang BangCypress Hill 3:490.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. K.U.S.H.Cypress Hill 4:570.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Get 'Em UpCypress Hill 3:530.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Carry Me Away (feat. Mike Shinoda)Cypress Hill featuring Mike Shinoda 4:070.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Trouble Seeker (feat. Daron Malakian)Cypress Hill featuring Daron Malakian 3:390.99  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Take My Pain (feat. Everlast)Cypress Hill featuring Everlast 3:360.99  Buy MP3 
Listen12. I UnlimitedCypress Hill 4:250.99  Buy MP3 
Listen13. Armed And DangerousCypress Hill 3:270.99  Buy MP3 
Listen14. Shut 'Em Down (feat. Tom Morello)Cypress Hill featuring Tom Morello 3:260.99  Buy MP3 
Listen15. Armada Latina (feat. Pitbull and Marc Anthony)Cypress Hill featuring Pitbull and Marc Anthony 4:040.99  Buy MP3 


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Rise Up is the eighth studio album from American hip-hop outfit Cypress Hill and comes some six years after 2004's Till Death Do Us Part. Produced in main by DJ Muggs, the album sees Cypress Hill continuing to blur the barriers between rap and rock. Guest appearances come from a host of vocalists and guitarists including Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda, Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello and former House Of Pain member Everlast.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mixed feelings 28 April 2010
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is a confusing review to write for me for reasons i'll get into but here goes!
Im a massive Cypress Hill fan and would have bought this no matter what reviews it got but ive got to say im slightly disappointed. This is where the confusion is because it IS a good cd, its just not quite what i was hoping for. Personally i like a good bassline but on this CD, Cypress Hill lean more towards a massive beat with drums really forward in the mix and the bassline there if you listen for it. Before anyone comments that this is becasue of my sound system, it really isnt!
Again, im not saying this makes it bad, just not what I was hoping for but there are some great tracks on here.
The first track It aint nothin' is fast paced with the huge beat i mentioned earlier (i'll stop going on about that now!), followed by the slightly slower paced Light it up. Rise up with the brilliant Tom Morello on guitar is good but im not really a fan of CH going down the rock/rap route. I AM a fan of the genre and huge fan of Rage Against the Machine but i dont find it suits CH very well.
Im not doing a track by track review but ive got to mention track 5, Pass the Dutch, as in my opinion its just a mess! The bass, drums and vocals are just all over the place and feel like theyve come from different tracks and were just thrown together at the last minute.
Track 9, Carry me Away is the most chilled out track on the CD in my opinion and therefore my favourite at the moment. This is followed by Trouble Seeker, another rock/rap track though this is heavier than Rise Up and (do i have to keep saying 'in my opinion'? Its my review right?:) less enjoyable for it.
The remainder of the CD is pretty good but doesnt provide any more slow, chilled out tracks that i personally like and that i expect of CH.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars BEST ALBUM SINCE THEIR FIRST 3!! 2 May 2010
By PHATB0Y
Format:Audio CD
I was very excited about this album and have to say a little worried after such a lay off! But eh it seems the break really has done the HILL wonders as this album is their best since their first 3. Their probably 2 stinkers in here but every album has those but the rest of the album is fantastic. As for the lack of big deep bass metioned by another reviewer there is some in here but cypress have always been about innovation and pushing their sound not living in the past and doing what every other rapper/rap group are producing which is what made these so different from all the other rap groups around and im pleased to say still does. I can remember buying their first ever album when noone had ever heard of them before and i saw them live in the the late 90's which was a reall treat indeed. After the first 3 albums they did seem to take a nosedive and got too caught up in the rap/rock saga but i can safely say this is the CYPRESS of old and is a safe buy if you are a fan!!!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cypress Are Back 17 April 2010
Format:Audio CD
Cypress Hill are back and impressive. It's taken 6 years for this iconic hip hop group to produce a new album, but on just one listen it was well worth the wait.

In my opinion the last 3 Cypress albums have lacked in some way - 'Skull and Bones' had it's moments, namely one song - '......Superstar' (insert 'Rap', or 'Rock' depending on your preferred genre), and it's split disc 'genre' thing (one disc hip hop, the other metal) didn't work. Apart from the fore mention song the album was forgettable. 'Stoned Raiders' was certainly a step in the right direction, but it sounded too upbeat at times, a little like they were trying too hard, sure, it had it's moments, and still incorporated the rock sound of 'Skull and Bones' (part of the Cypress experience now) but it just wasn't Cypress. And as for 'Till Death Do Us Part', well that's probably the worst album I've heard for a long time, it's a Reggae thing just doesn't suit, again it sounds like Cypress were trying to find a new direction, it sounds a bit desperate.

6 years later we have 'Rise Up'. And hell, they have certainly risen. This album incorporates all their experiments with rock and rap, difference is, this time they got it right. It's basically a hip-hop album, the rock side is mainly made up of guitar riffs from the likes of Tom Merello (RATM) and one or two others, but the general theme is hip hop, don't expect the sudden burst of metal like in the '...Raiders' album, this is strictly hip hop (pun not intended). There are one or two stand out tracks, but the whole album is solid.

In Summary: This is the best Cypress Hill album since 'Black Sunday'.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Rock-Heavy Throwback to Stoned Raiders 20 April 2010
By Compay - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I've been listening to Cypress since they were guest features on Mellow Man Ace's debut album back in '89. Rise Up is yet another solid album from my favorite group.

This album follows the trend that Cypress has taken over the last decade, including more rock into the production. What makes Rise Up different from most Cypress albums are the producers behind the beats. Muggs unusually contributed only two beats, whereas B-Real himself produced half of the tracks on the album. Roughly half of Rise Up's 15 tracks are rock-based, courtesy of guest producers like Tom Morello and Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park.

One thing you'll notice about this album is that the material isn't as dark as their older work. The exception is "Carry Me Away", where B-Real and Sen get introspective about making it out of the streets. Sen Dog recorded plenty of material that was unusually never included in their last album, but he's featured on most of the songs on Rise Up. 420 fans will enjoy Mary Jane tributes K.U.S.H. as well as Pass the Dutch, a nod to Musical Youth's 1982 smash hit. If you're a Spanish speaker like myself, you'll love Armada Latina, where Sen and B-Real trade verses with fellow Cubano Pitbull over a Jim Jonsin sampling of "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" (Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young).

Rise Up marks an evolution in Cypress Hill's music. Not only with respect to the beats, but the need for B-Real and Sen to grow beyond darker themes as they mature. A better effort overall than Skull & Bones, but not quite as strong as their first four albums. If you're a longtime fan of Cypress, add this one to your collection.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars cypress still rocks 13 Jun 2010
By D. L. GARDNER - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is another foray into rap/rock much like Stoned Raiders and just as good. Tom Morello from Rage Against the Machine / Audioslave has a few cameos and there is a fantastic Crosby Stills and Nash sample. They seemed a little worn out on with Till Death but they were wide awake for this cd. If you like the hard rock of Skull and Bones and Stoned Raiders you will love this cd.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars latin thugs are back!! 12 May 2010
By B. Bunte - Published on Amazon.com
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good news at the cypress hill front, they are back with a great new album. what an opener on their cd: that bassline!! It's a realy diverse album; some fast songs, and some slow dope songs. some great guests like the rage against the machine and system of a down guitar players but also that funny guy of cheech and chong. i think this is their best album since Skull and bones. I think Cypress Hill is on top of the rapscene, but they a more creative then any other act, because they blend the best of hip hop, rock, reggae, pop, world music..... etc. in a couple of weeks i'm gonna see them live on stage in Amsterdam! they rock on your stereo but even more live on stage!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars good album, borderline great 30 April 2010
By Dread - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is a very good album, and ranks up there with their best. No idea how two people hated it enough to give it one star. Don't get that at all. But to each their own. Personally, I love this album, Armada Latina aside. gitit.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Rise Up...and Support the Hill! 20 April 2010
By Jeffrey A. Gangwer - Published on Amazon.com
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Hill heads have been waiting for this album since 2004, and during the band's hiatus, the standard in hip-hop quality continued to fall. (Lil' Wayne? Soulja Boy? Are you reading this?)

The title begs the question: from what or from whence are they rising? (Why rise up? Why not fall down?) The answer is simple: the Hill are rising up from irrelevance and obscurity.

Then again, the Hill was never too far off the mainstream radar, meaning they never really fell into "irrelevance" or "obscurity." Nevertheless, the return of Cypress Hill brings a tear to my eye. Their return raises the standard.

The Hill has been churning out the finest West Coast hip hop since their debut album in 1991. So needless to say, they're seasoned veterans. (They know Chicano rap.) And truly, this album is the work of masters.

Each track is hot. Nothing is filler. The variety is ever-present. Some tracks are filled with crunchy, grinding rock beats, while others are dusty and smoky. Or, in other words, this album sounds very much like their back catalog. (And believe me, folks: that's a good thing.)

"It ain't Nothin'" starts things off right. "Light It Up" is one of my favorite tracks on the album. (I'm always telling people to "light it up," and now, I have some support.)

The titular track, "Rise Up" is AMAZING. It's pure fire. It rips and it roars. `nough said.

"Get It Anyway" is one of my favorite tracks. Listen to the production. It's sick! "Pass the Dutch" is a weed anthem. But hey, it's Cypress Hill...so what were you expecting?

I wanted to skip "Bang Bang," but I'm hoping it will grow on me. "K.U.S.H." (which stands for "keep us real high") is another weed track.

"Get `em Up" sounds like something you'd hear at a dance club. It's very energetic. "Carry Me Away" is emotional...but in a good way.

"Trouble Seeker" is nice and heavy (thanks to the guitar work of Daron Malakian of System of a Down). Along with "Rise Up," this track will turn some heads. Listen for Everlast on "Take My Pain." (I`ve always liked Everlast.)

"I Unlimited" sounds like a throwback track. It's lively and up-tempo. "Shut `em Down" features Tom Morello on guitar. Morello is a beast. (I'm so happy he plays on more than one track!)

"Armed and Dangerous" is perhaps my favorite track on the whole album. B Real's lyrics are reminiscent of the good ol' days. "Armada Latina" is nice and smooth.

Cypress Hill pulled out all of the stops. This album brings amazing lyrics and hot production. Pick this up and support the Hill.

Peace.
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