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House of Pain Explicit Lyrics

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Audio cassette. great condition. pictures are provided

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Salutations
  2. Jump Around
  3. Put Your Head Out
  4. Top o' the Morning to Ya
  5. House and the Rising Son
  6. Shamrocks and Shenanigans
  7. House of Pain Anthem
  8. Danny Boy, Danny Boy
  9. Guess Who's Back
  10. Put on Your Shit Kickers
  11. Come and Get Some of This
  12. Life Goes On
  13. One for the Road
  14. Feel It
  15. All My Love
  16. Jump Around [Pete Rock Remix]
  17. Shamrocks and Shenanigans [Boom Shalock Lock Boom/Butch Vig Mix]


Product Details

  • Audio Cassette (July 28, 1992)
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Wea Corp
  • ASIN: B000000HIZ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #537,692 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Carltouis Stevenson on March 15, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The trio, Everlast, Danny Boy and DJ Leathal, steered away from the norm to give us a damn near classic. Before Eminmem came out white boys were not regarded as serious, besides this group of Irish fellas. Catchy hooks, phrases and simple rhymes did it for the frontman and emcee Everlast. There is a lot of drinking, partying and good lyrics without the shoot 'em up, bang, bang. What kept this from being a classic is some of the samples and solid production to back the fine malt lyrics. Considering this is a 1992 release, it doesn't collect dust in my collection. Top O' The Morning To Ya!
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this is a word this CD: DOPE! it has hard-hittin beats with Everlast rugged voice and tigth producing by Soul assasins.Oh yeah these guys are both white and irish and can still rap tight. These are the tracks and there ratings by me

2. Jump Around-Y'all know this 5/5

3. Put Your head out-Tight beats with B Real from Cypress Hill featuring 5/5

4. Top O' the morning to ya-This is a good song 5/5

6. House and the Rising Son-yeah another tight track-5/5

7. Shamrocks and Shenangans-yeah boom shalock lock boom-4/5

8. House of Pain Anthem-yeah is aight-3.5/5

9. danny Boy-3/5

10. Guess Who's Back-This is dope yknow 5/5

12. Put on your sh-t kickers-good first verse but thats it-3/5

13 Come and get some of this-3.5/5

14.Life goes on-aight-4/5

15. One for the road-3.5/5

16.feel it-3/5

17 All my love-3.5/5

18 Jump Arouremix-By pete Rock 5/5

overall this album starts off dope but then gets worse after track 12 buy for good rap
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Some people my call these Irish White Guys a one hit wonders, because of the song "Jump Around". Believe it or not, that was the very first rap song I heard (maybe it was LL's "Momma Said Knock You Out", anyway...), and I remember my mom constantly telling me to stop jumping on my bed, when ever that song was playing. For some reason I think that song came out a while before this album came out, I'm not exactly sure.

House Of Pain consists of Everlast (you might know him as "Whitey Ford"), Danny Boy O'Connor, and DJ Leathal, and they took this music real serious back in 1992. The album was produced by DJ Muggs (of Cypress Hill) and DJ Leathal. They had many good songs here to prove that their lead single was not the only good song on here. "Top Of The Morning To Ya" would be one of the standouts here on this album. "House And The Rising Son" is another good song that has a nice beat and featured Son Doobiest. A good favorite of mine would be "Shamrocks And Shenanigans (Boom Sha Lock Lock Boom)", becasue it has a catchy hook. I think that was their second single. If it wasn't, it should have been.

There are some wack moments on here though. First, thier rhymes are not on point most of the time. A lot of songs on here, Everlast makes refrences to puffing blunts. Also there a few bad songs on here towards the end, like "Put On Your Sh** Kickers", and "Feel It" is another forgettable one.

There are two remixes on here. "Jump Around" would be remixed by Pete Rock, but I like the origonal better if you ask me. "Shamrocks And Shenanigans" would be remixed by Butch Vig, and have a rock sound that I really wasn't feeling at all.

Overall, this is a dope CD.
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This is a classic Hip-Hop album. It made a name for House Of Pain. Everlast, Dannyboy and Lethal are at heir best on this classic. Muggs lays down the beats and Cypress Hill and Funkdoobiest spit lyrics on 2 songs. Everlast & Dannyboy flow throughout the album. Pete Rock Remix of Jump Around is solid as well. "The time has come, for everyone to clean out their own backyard, before they go knockin on their neighbor's door."
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Hip-hop and lyrical dexterity went hand in hand until the early 90s, when all of a sudden it became acceptable to rap about nothing but women, drinking, and weed for a whole album. Everlast does little more than that on House of Pain's debut, but he is a strong enough presence on the microphone, and the beats from DJ Muggs are slamming enough, that the album isn't a total washout. Sounds great in 15 minute bursts, painfully repetitive across the entire album.
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I bought this cd because I was looking for the song that they played in daredevil while bullseye was in the pub throwing darts. This song is called Top of the Morning (to you) and is not on the Daredevil soundtrack. It is found on this album with a few more of their hits. I only gave it 4 stars because most if the songs on this album are not hits and if your Luke me you probably won't even know them. However it is a great cd and the only place you will find the missing track from the daredevil film.
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Trumpeting the joys of Philly Blunts and beating down your enemies, this album has some of the most catchy tracks of the past few years. The grooves are well-structured, with hooks that worm their way to the center of your head and make even the most whitebread fella want to bop around his living room. One of the most enjoyable touches is the way they combine Irish pride with self-mocking references to the more traditional stereotypes. These guys may not rap about the horrors of inner city ghetto life, drive-bys, or the omnipresent ho-smacking, but that's a good thing. Should be a required part of most people's musical arsenal. Plus, extra points for naming a band after a reference to Orwell.
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