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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 23 Mar 2004
  • Release Date: 23 Mar 2004
  • Label: Columbia
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  • Total Length: 49:38
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00IJSIIPE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 160,142 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "cagey_" on 25 Mar 2004
Format: Audio CD
I've been a big Cypress fan since their self titled album back in '91. Right up to Temples of Boom I loved them, the funky-nasal raps, the big smokey beats .. the paranoia .. everything. I felt a bit let down by 'IV' 'Skull & Bones' and 'Stoned raiders' - They drifted away from everything that made them different and became just another gangster hip-hop act, the rock-rap crossover era just didn't cut it for me. Thank God for this then, 'Till death do us part' sees The Hill boys return to top form. The tracks vary in style, 'Another body drops' Kicks off the album, rapid fire raps, busy bassline and gunshots, 'Till death comes' is laced with piano and strings, 'Latin thugs' follows in the style of 'Latin Lingo' but with a harder edge featuring Tego Calderon doing some great aggresive Latin raps, 'Ganja Bus' which features the ragga vocal stylings of Damian Marley (Yes, Son of Bob)wouldn't sound out of place in a club, 'What's your number' featuring Tim Armstrong (Rancid frontman)- samples the Clash's 'Guns of Brixton' and 'Once again' is a typical Stomping Party song in the vein of 'Insane in the brain'. The dark side of the band is still present on tracks such as 'Never know' and the title track 'Till death us do part'. It did Muggs no harm to venture out alone and experiment in different styles, such as his Trip-hop album 'Dust'. What you get here is Cypress back to their best since Black Sunday. Dark, moody and still ever so slightly Paranoid .. but now they sound like their having fun and are in party mood again. Play it LOUD.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By wideboyracing on 12 Dec 2004
Format: Audio CD
I've been a big Hill fan since I heard Insane in the Brain. Black Sunday sounded great from start to finish. I then got their first album and while it took a while to get into, I got there and it was well worth it. Then the third album came out, and I thought that was it. It never grew on me and I thought that like many successful bands they had stopped trying and were just riding the wave. My enthusiasm for them waned.
Then in the final year at university I came across IV, I had no idea they'd been in the studio again, I figured they burnt themselves out after Temples of Boom, having gone their separate ways with the threesome all doing their own things. This album was to me a revelation. Checkmate, Riot starter and Lightening strikes all had a new and vibrantly aggressive edge. They managed however to keep to their roots with the likes of Tequila Sunrise and Dr Greenthumb.
Skull & Bones was a fabulous mix and it was with great relief I listened to it, fearing they wouldn't keep with the pace & style of IV. Stoned Raiders however just never grew on me, it was like Temples again and despite really trying I couldn't get into it.
Anyway, this review is about their latest album, and it is to me like their 1st album. At first I was very sceptical but after 5-6 listens it has grown on me something chronic! Each track has a very individual style, and whilst "what's your number" is a bit Top 40 it really grows. I can't really describe the rest of the songs, or should I say I don't want to incase I don't do them justice and it puts you off. Any of you CH fan's who may have waned after Stoned Raiders, please give this a try. It does not disappoint, just give it a chance.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By lee anthony on 22 Mar 2004
Format: Audio CD
If like me, you loved Cypress Hill in the old days, the recent albums may have left you disappointed. Rock should have never been incorporated into their music as I felt Skull and Bones showed. However, Till Death Do Us Part takes me back, lyrically and musically it is more like Temples of Boom or Black Sunday. A fantastic album which I hope sees the return of proper Hip-Hop from Cypress Hill.
Tracks such as "Once Again" and "Bong Hit" could have been written for them 5-10 years back.....brilliant...go buy it now
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By ben_jekyll on 24 Oct 2006
Format: Audio CD
well well the boys are still going and the rock and metal stylings of the last few albums have been abandonned in exchange for ska and reggae. and it works although it takes a few listens to sink in. thatsaid though this the first cypress album in a long time that has got some terrible songs on it stuff like the ganja bus is just terrible i mean it makes you wanna cringe but then again theres songs like whats your number? and once again and another boddy drops where the beats flow so smoothly you find yourself tapping your foot and you dont even realise. overall not bad but they need another top album soon.
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It's brilliant! Not as deep down and dirty as Black Sunday and not as rocky as Stoned Raiders the album features slick production, great melodies and as usual catchy hooks. All Round I think it is their best album for years.I'm not personally pro-drugs but track 4, Ganja Bus, is an infectious track that I keep playing LOUD! I have heard a couple of remixes of prospective singles on the radio but I actually prefer the album versions.If you like Cypress Hill or similar music then I would say you will have to buy this.
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By kinggooner on 14 July 2014
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VERY GOOD SERVICE.
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By lisa on 19 April 2013
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My fav album so far! :) love it so much! Didn't take to long to come either! Brand new, worth every penny.
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By L Scott on 8 Dec 2012
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Very Good, good to reminder of old school day's. very good condition. would remind you of your past. check out all others.
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