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Stoned Raiders

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 (3 Dec 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN: B00005RSCK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 122,996 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Trouble
3. Kronologik feat Kurupt
4. Southland Killers feat MC Ren and King Tee
5. Bitter
6. Amplified
7. It Ain't Easy
8. Memories
9. Psychodelic Vision
10. Red, Meth and Bee feat Red Man and Method Man
11. Lowrider
12. Catastrophe
13. L.I.F.E. feat Kocane
14. Here Is Something You Can't Understand feat Kurupt
15. Weedman (bonus track)
16. Can't Get The Best of Me (Video)
17. Rock and Rap Superstar (Video)

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It's a decade since the blunt-smoking multiracial West Coast pioneers transformed hip-hop with their eponymous debut album, now Stoned Raiders, their sixth, looks back on past achievements and clocks up a string of new ones. The metal powered "Trouble" takes off where their "Rock Superstar" single left off and fixes a mood of embattled reflection aligned to tough determination. "Lowrider" uses an acoustic flamenco guitar to underline the droopy-lidded easy-rolling side of the band and "Kronologik" tells the story of the group's career and struggles with the help of guest Kurupt. Additional special appearances by Redman and Method Man and Kokane prove an excellent foil for B Real's patented cartoon style. Throughout they are kept on course by DJ Muggs, still one of the most distinctive studio overlords. His skills are particularly in evidence counterpointing the anguished lyrics of "Bitter" with multi-layered siren voices and waves of dream rock guitar on the shimmering luminous percussion of "Memories" and the eerie, but impassioned weed endorsing "L.I.F.E". They may be fighting their own personal star wars, but the stoned raiders are still winning the battle. --Gavin Martin

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars back to their best!!!! 4 Dec 2001
Format:Audio CD
this album is brilliant. Ive been a cypress hill fan since i heard black sunday for the first time. I loved that album and it still sounds just as good now. The hills first album 'cypress hill' was excellent too. My favourite album from the hill was then Temples of Boom. However since then ive been quite disappointed with Cypress Hill 4 and Skull and Bones, tho Unrelesed and Revamped and Live at the Fillmore were good cds.
This cd sees Cypress Hill come with a different sound to any previous albums. They have made a few rock tracks - continuing the trend with Skull and Bones, but the difference is that these rock songs are really good. They have tight raps and sen dog does a good job singing some decent lyrics. The rest of the album takes on a west coast, g'funk rap/rock feel. If you didn't really like skull and bones, this cd will restore your faith in the hill. B-Real is a great rapper and additional stuff from kokane and kurupt and mc ren make this album have a real 'west coast' feel. The two songs with kurupt are brilliant (here is something you cant understand and kronologic - which is a really clever song - get the album and you will see what i mean) the track with redman and method man is brilliant too. Infact every song on this album deserves at least 4 stars (out of 5). The bonus track at the ends a bit dodgy, but that doesn't really count. Lowrider is so addictive, it aint easy has an increadible beat and catastrophe (one of the rock songs) sounds really, really good. Get this CD. One of the best CDs of 2001.
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4.0 out of 5 stars An excellent album, but........ 6 Mar 2002
By JM LANE
Format:Audio CD
Well, I kind of think that the boys lost their way with Skull & Bones and, although they've definitely refound their footing, they're heading in a new direction. This album combines rock and hip-hop to create a new sound, totally unlike that of the Judgement Nights soundtrack (which is THE Rock 'n' Rap album to have!), yet it's still blatantly Cypress Hill. The hard tracks are rocking, the soft tracks are smoooooth and mellow, and the album is definitely a winner.... BUT, and there is always a but, it's NOT their best. My personal favourite remains their first but I would say that Stoned Raiders ranks joint-second with IV, although Through The Eye Of A Pig is still the best opening track they've done. All in all I would say buy this album if you're 1) a Cypress Hill fan or 2) looking for something a bit different. Enjoy!
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3.0 out of 5 stars past their best 2 July 2007
By Mr. M. A. Reed TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
They're past their best. In fact, they've probably been past their best for a long time.

Last years "Live At The Filmore" contained a handful of recent songs, and was comprised almost in its entireity of choice cuts from the first two albums. Only two songs from the return-to-form "Skull N Bones" were on that. The new one follows much the same path as "Skull N Bones" - a handful of promising tracks recorded with the rock band SX-10 that showcase a unique, and intriguing style - and the majority of the rest are fairly unadventurous, dated hip hop tracks, relying on tired beats, samples from previous records, and uninspiring mixing. There's samples off "Insane In The Brain" and even a song called "Here Is Something You Can't Understand"... living off Past Glories.

They even wheel on a whole bunch of "guest" rappers (much like they did with the fairly dull "IV" album) to try and boost the excitement factor and it fails completely. Frankly it's not that good. If you like Cypress Hill, its not good, or bad, just the next Cypress Hill album. But its not going to make them any new fans.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good 15 Jan 2002
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Having followed the Hill for years I cant help but fell they peaked long ago. Sure the album's very nicely produced and has some great sounds on, mixin their raps with metal, funk, breaks.... but their original sounds (which is why I got into them in the first place) are getting more mixed up with any other group these days, im sure they are more influenced by others these days rather than forging their own path. Theres patches on the album where I find myself skipping tracks as the sounds are limp or/and the rapping poor by THEIR standards. - they have been in it a fair while and things are easier for em these days. I do not believe others who announce its their best album ever, maybe for those who have more recently got into the Hill, yeah. Im comparing them to themselves though, up against most others rappers at the moment they still stand out and it is a good album with some wicked tracks, its just not crammed full em like before.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic 5 Dec 2001
Format:Audio CD
This album is awesome, the combination of rap and metal is terriffic as performed on trouble, the deep vocals and b reals unique rapping come together to produce a scintilating music album, is this their last album, kronologic reflects on their 10 amazing years of rap as does memories
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4.0 out of 5 stars show offs 24 Oct 2006
Format:Audio CD
once again its cypress hill back to doing what they do best, throwing beats at you at a funky pace but this time they have mixed the rock songs in with the hip hop and it works really well as each song feels very different to the previous one. snoop doggs cousin kurupt shows up on the awesome kronologik(the story of cypress hill so far) and a very beat heavy reworking of how i could just kill a man retitled here is something you cant understand the guests just keep on coming redman and method man show up on red,meth&b where they proceed to cuss whoever they want (fantastic) kokane appears on the odd and quite quirky L.I.F.E then the legend m.c ren pops in for southland killers. see what i mean about showing off but if i had these friends id ask if i could work with them too. pretty damn good album too.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Improvment But Still Dissapointing
I miss old cypress hill, there first 3 albums where all great then you got the so - so remix album, 'Unreleased and Revamped' then the inconsistent 'IV'. Read more
Published on 6 Jan 2006 by Matthew James Stenning
3.0 out of 5 stars Not what I was expecting.
Cypress Hill have always been recognised as classic Hip-hop, and they have the success to back that theory up. Read more
Published on 18 Aug 2003 by "mofo-j"
2.0 out of 5 stars Cypress Hill starting to run out of ideas
Cypress Hill were one of the essential hip-hop acts of the nineties. Unfortunately the patchy material on this album. Read more
Published on 28 May 2002
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing album
This album is totally rocking! A perfect mixture of heavy riffs, amazing tunes and unbelievable rapping. Read more
Published on 7 April 2002
3.0 out of 5 stars Alright, but definitely not their best
I would recommend this CD if you are a bit fed up of the normal hiphop and rap, I think Cypress Hill are wicked but it isn't quite what you would expect from the Hill. Read more
Published on 18 Mar 2002 by easyfellauk@yahoo.co.uk
4.0 out of 5 stars anyone who likes a bit of rap and rock, this is a must!
this is their best album to date. it mixes rap,hip hop with rock and the effects r great. if you r not sure about buying this ,buy a single, then you will see how good they are. Read more
Published on 13 Jan 2002
5.0 out of 5 stars THE BEST CYPRESS HILL CD............EVER.
This is a must hve cd for, not just hip hop fans, but everyone. It is takes all the other 5 albums they have done and rolled them into one killer cd. Read more
Published on 12 Dec 2001
5.0 out of 5 stars Dis album is outstanding! Words can't describe!
I bought this album two days ago and it's been on non stop for the full 48 hours! What else would you expect from "the hill" I have waited a long time for this album and... Read more
Published on 10 Dec 2001
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