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Psycho White EP

4.4 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews

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2012 EP, a collaboration between Travis Barker and Yelawolf. The EP, which is produced entirely by Barker, features guest vocals from Tim Armstrong (Rancid, Operation Ivy, Transplants), and Skinhead Rob (Transplants), as well as scratches and cuts by Mixmaster Mike (Beastie Boys). The EP is an eclectic mix of musical genres both guys enjoy--including rap, punk, ska and more. The renowned drummer most known for his involvement with Blink 182 and the Shady Records protege have collaborated before but this is their foray into a project of this kind.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 13, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP
  • Label: Lasalle Records
  • ASIN: B009A0903Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,618 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is a good EP to listen to.
Yelawolf shows his abilities to go from a old school beastie boy type flow, to an eerie type flow, to a quick paced flow, and to a song that tells a story. It's worth purchasing for sure. Your able to actually listen through the EP more than once and hear something new each time you do.
Its great music that can deal with what emotions your feeling at the moment. If i had to sum the EP up in one word it would be OUTSTANDING.
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Travis Barker (drummer for Blink-182) and Yelawolf (signed to Eminem's Shady records), combine for EP Psycho White. Barker handles production duties, bringing his electrifying rhythms to sound backdrops for motormouthed Yelawolf to rap over. The results are surprising, finding the two 'tattooed' standouts yielding a fine five-song effort. Guests on the EP include Skinhead Bob and Tim Armstrong (vocals),

"Push 'Em", featuring Skinhead Bob and Tim Armstrong, opens the effort exceptionally, featuring quick, agile rhymes by Yelawolf. The hook possesses a punk-like sensibility: "To my people on the back, move to the front / Push `em push `em / To my people on the front, move to the back / push `em push `em / to my people on the side, move to the middle..." Barker and Yelawolf manage to blend the sensibilities of rap and rock brilliantly on the opener.

"6 Feet Underground" finds the production taking on reggae stylings. While it should be disastrous, it is the exact opposite. Yelawolf pop-raps the verse, drenched in vocal effects. He manages many notable lines including "...Stands five foot two, nickname slim / [...] thinks he's 6 foot 10..." Tim Armstrong guests once more to deliver the vocal hook: "You can't push us around... if you try, going to lie 6 feet underground". "6 Foot Underground" keeps the momentum going capably.

"Funky [...]" keeps the pace going strong with Yelawolf rhyming over superbly crafted minimalist production work on the verses. On the hook, the sound grows more malicious as Yelawolf raps: "Sitting in the back with the bass on boom / trunk gon' shake and wheels on zoom / American classic, trashy tunes / L.A.
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By DJamez on November 17, 2012
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Theres only one problem with this EP....,and that is its an EP!!! I was surprised this is as good as it is, and more surprised they didnt do a 20 track full album. These two should definately keep working together , cause it works. Rock/Metal, Rap, with some Reggae/Ska. They pull it off! I especially like on how 6 Feet Underground I thought I was listening to Sublime. I was taken back with that one, Ive never been much of a Yelawolf fan honestly. He always reminded me of a poor mans Tech9ne. After listening to this though , Id say Wolf and Barker got something going, and need to keep it going.
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Sweet hooks, lyrics, and beats. Yelawolf is sick, and Travis barker is sick. Psycho White explains the both of them together well and the artwork is awesome.
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Yelawolf and Travis Barker's Psycho White EP is an extremely versatile album, despite its short playtime. Push Em' will make you want to jump and get you very hyped; 6 Feet Underground may take a couple of plays to get used to because of its unique sound and vibe, but Yelawolf has some wicked flows in this one; Funky Shit also has some new and rapid flows from Yelawolf and a great hook; Whistle Dixie is the catchiest song on the album because of the hypnotizing production, especially Travis' ferocious drums, and Yelawolf's Beastie Boys flow; the album ends with Director's Cut which has chilling storytelling coming from Yelawolf and a great hook, it'll leave you anxiously waiting Scene 2.

Overall, this is an amazing EP, especially at its low price. I'm definitely looking forward to Yelawolf's next solo album, and hope we get another collaborative album from Yelawolf and Travis Barker, they really have great chemistry.
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I'm glad Yelawolf and Travis made this EP. I think a full album might be an overload, though. Yelawolf is back to being himself and this is very unlike "Radioactive" - not that that one isn't good. His storytelling and flow is eerie and sick and at least on 6 Feet Underground he raps slow enough for you to understand. Yelawolf said every song on this EP will have a video for it and I'm looking forward to "Director's Cut". I recommend this for any Yelawolf fan.
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This was not a bad CD. I did not know it was an EP when it was being recorded so when it was released I was a bit disappointed. However.. I recommend buying Psycho White because it is good music! If you liked Can The Drummer Get Some, you'll like this. add this to the blink 182/boxcar racer/ +44 /eminem /yelawolf collection you have going on and SUPPORT THE ARTISTS! they work hard to bring us music. Pay for it
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Travis Barker banging the drums while yelawolf speed raps over em.. really minimalist almost punk feel to it. Keeping it hard of course. I really enjoyed it, kept the stars at like it, just because.. well it's not the type of 5 song album you put on repeat. As much as I hate people pandering to the masses... this is great, again.. just the kind of thing you rage to for a bit and then put away.
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