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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    kottonmouth rock

    this album rocked but high society is by far better

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Excelent

    This is a great CD. My Favorite songs are ''Welcome to The Suburbs'', ''All About the Weed'', and ''My Minds Playin Tricks On Me''. Didn't Like the rock. I wish that the Cd had a little more D-Loc and less X and Richter. ''On the Run'' is a differnt kind of song for the KMK but it is still good. I also wanted more Bass. But the CD is still one of my favorites. Doesent have the depth of High Society though

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Back In Kali With Da Kream Of Da Krop

    This is kottonmouth's best cd to date.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A More Mature Kind Of Mischief

    This being the fifth album brought forth from KMK (not including EP Singles Remixes), it's most certainly the most well rounded, and probably the best. The first time I listened to it I was taken aback by it's different sound, a ''thick'' variation of all the King's styles. <br><br> When you look at their other albums you can time line their maturity, back to the Saint Vicious days when everything was about women and drugs, to High Society when the boys officially added Richter to the frontline and showed their political side. This is a perfect combination of what the members have done, what they're doing now, and where they plan to go. A more mature (don't worry still chocked full of buddage and the usual suburban goins on) record, a record that seems to have come at a time of personal transition for a few of the members. <br><br> Welcome to the suburbs is the perfect partner track to suburban life, you'll spend ages rolling in the frustrated words of D-Loc talking thorugh his music to his ex in New Destination, the powerful punk voice of Brad Daddy X that once rocked many coming back strong on Dying Daze, Richter's obvious approachal to the head of the band with Things I Do. <br><br> All in all, it's a more emotional record. A powerful cornerstone in the SNR lineup. Simply amazing, it's one of those rare albums that continue to unfold unfound complexity every time you hear it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    kotton mouth kings show love to all

    the cd has a lot of solo tracks and mor johnny richter and daddy x theres not alot of d-loc iwish there was because he is a musical genius and it gots more of a little more punk beats .

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    plus five extra stars

    the cd by kottonmouth kings hidden stash 2 is a very good cd. all of three of there cds are good. the review guy is stupid cause he said that they sing about being angry and how they are the best people in the world. songs number 2,3,7,8 are all the best songs. i like all of there songs but killa kali is just one of the best songs on the cd. that is number two. to me hidden stash 2 is one of the best cds of the year. i like all of the beats especially killa kali, yeah

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    awesome

    the songs are awesome

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    IT is THE kReAm Of ThE kRop

    it your down with the krown you will love this cd...Its deffently the best thus far.....It ranges from old skool KMK to new skool all the way to there punk side.....there in no other albem out there like this....it is deffently a must by....KMK fan or not it will soon become your fav disc!

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