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listen  1. Psycho City Blocks / Psycho Interlude (Album Version) [Explicit]Psycho Realm 4:50Album Only
listen  2. Showdown (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 4:32$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  3. The Big Payback (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 3:23$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  4. Premonitions (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 2:37$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  5. Interlude / Stone Garden / Interlude (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 5:10Album Only
listen  6. Temporary Insanity (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 3:50$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  7. Doors Intro / Confessions Of A Drug Addict (Album Version) [Explicit]Psycho Realm 4:06Album Only
listen  8. Who Are You Interlude / Bullets (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 5:06$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  9. Love Letters Intro / Love From The Sick Side (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 3:17$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen10. R. U. Experienced / Outro (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 4:28$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen11. Psyclones (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 3:23$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen12. Lost Cities (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 4:42$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen13. La Conecta Intro / La Conecta (Pt. 1) (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 4:12Album Only
listen14. La Conecta (Pt. 2) / Goin' In Circles Outro (Album Version) [Explicit]The Psycho Realm 3:50$0.99  Buy MP3 

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 28, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000002BXZ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #329,001 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mr Orange on October 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Psycho Realm are made up of two brothers, Sick Jacken and Duke and the third part time member is B Real from the group Cypress Hill. B Real discovered the group when they were unsigned and was so impressed by them that not only did he want to help them get signed but he wanted to be part of their group.

First of all I want to get a few things clear because after reading a few of the reviews on amazon it is quite obvious that most people are not aware of what Psycho Realm are about and are posting statements about them which are completly untrue, for starters:

1. PSYCHO REALM ARE NOT A SPIN OFF OF CYPRESS HILL, THEY ARE TWO BROTHERS WITH SUPERIOR TALENT AND B REAL WANTED TO BE PART OF THEM BECAUSE THEY CARRIED THAT HUNGER AND SOCIAL AWARENESS WHICH I BELIEVE HE THOUGHT THAT CYPRESS HILL DID NOT HAVE ANYMORE OR NECESSARILY CONCENTRATED ON.

2.DJ MUGGS DID NOT AND I REPEAT, DID NOT PRODUCE ANY OF THE TRACKS ON THIS ALBUM, ONLY ON ONE SONG WAS IT PRODUCED BY A MEMBER OF SOUL ASSASSINS WHICH MUGGS IS A PART OFF, BUT HE WAS NOT INVOLVED.

THE BEATS WERE PRODUCED BY SICK JACKEN HIMSELF AND SOME WERE CO PRODUCED BY B REAL.

This album carrys the sort of lyrics which are hard to hear from rappers these day's, It cannot be stressed how much this group is underated, they describe the dangers of the streets of LA in particular their district of Pico Union in such a vibrant and detailed way that upon listening to them you can almost picture the social depravation which plagues their streets. I am not going to start telling you about individual songs on here because the truth is that every song on this album is relevant, there are no fillers here.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chris on November 2, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This album is the best Hiphop-album I've ever heard. The calculation is simple: Combine outstanding beats with tight hardcore lyrics that really express the streets, perfectly presented by gifted rappers. In my opinion, Duke's rap-performance is most outstanding, because his timing is new and unique and his voice is deep and rough, perfect for delivering his lyrics. This album has no downs, no track is really 'made to skip', but several tracks are really brillant, such as Stone Garden, Love from the Sick Side and Confessions of a Drug Addict. My advice to all real Hiphoppers out there: Check it out!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By King Cutty on October 14, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Psycho Realm's debut record was released in 1997, a time when no one was looking for the break-through work from Duke & Jacken, two East Los Angeles natives. Aside from the limited advertising of the record and sparse airplay of the lead single, the album (featuring Cypress Hill frontman B-Real) still did surprisingly well on music store shelves. In its raw form, the self-titled debut is a biting, visual portrait of life in the inner city, particularly for Latinos in East L.A. From the very first track, "Psycho City Blocks", to "Lost Cities", Duke & Jacken paint vivid pictures of life on the mean streets. Differentiating Psycho Realm from other California rap acts, the trio show both sides of the coin, gloryfying the negative and condemning it in the same breath. A reoccuring theme on the record is insanity, whether one is driven to it by life itself ("Temporary Insanity"), or whether it's welcomed with open arms in prison, as heard on the gripping stories told on "La Conecta (Pts. 1 & 2)". Love and pain are exploited and exposed on "Love Letters", and "Premonitions" displays a readiness to face the world head-on. Every song lets shine the fact that the three rappers aren't afraid to express emotion, making the songs even more poignant. Prodution-wise, The Psycho Ward (B-Real, Duke, Jacken and Cypress Hill percussionist Bo-Bo) created a sound similar to partner DJ Muggs, but this doesn't take away from the value of the album. The music is exceedingly unique in its own right, as the album flows more like a complete symphony than a radio single-filled mess that plauged most Hip-Hop records at the time. In the end, the Psycho Realm's first (but not last; see: "A War Story") release was too far under the radar to be picked up by the masses. But those of us who still enjoy it to this day savor its perfection and boldness each time we listen.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr Joshua on February 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD
The Psycho Realm is Cypress Hill minus the horrible Sen Dog and every other word being "herb or weed", plus 2 new rookies Jacken and Mr Duke with astonishing verbal abilities, equals A TRUE HIP-HOP CLASSIC.
PSYCHO CITY BLOCKS: an introduction just to describe urban life styles of South Central LA but in a creative way unlike artist who talk about urban life and is the opposite of originality such as Cash Money or DMX.
SHOWDOWN: my fav track a little harder than Psycho City Blocks with a little more demonic mentalities from the 3 lyrical geniuses.
THE BIG PAYBACK: average track, going into deep detail about gang violence situations and how The Psycho Realm better not catch somebody slippin in the streets.
PREMONITIONS: B-Real is a situation where he is having a nightmare about the future of LA being a battlefield for everyone about chaos and how the world is coming to an end.
STONE GARDEN:my second fav track about devils in disquise and how they can be anywhere and take anyones life at any unexpected moment.
TEMPORARY INSANITY: telling stories about their individual insanity, a nice track and very creative.
CONFESSIONS OF A DRUG ADDICT: drugs are everywhere and sometimes they can get into the wrong hands and mess up peoples lives and that is basically what this track is all about.
BULLETS: lost dreams of the street life and the paper chase and how it can sometimes end up in death, going into deep detail about how the urban communities population is dying faster than it is multipling.
LOVE LETTER: love can make someone go krazy and that is what this is about.... very creative I love this track.
R.U. EXPERIENCED: speaking of how if you have no survival skills you will not live growing up in South Cental LA.
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