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The Kottonmouth Kings find themselves at the musical forefront of being the band of choice for the moto, skate, action sport life style movement with huge support from their constantly growing fanatical and loyal fan base. For this reason Kottonmouth Kings are going to give to their fans a CD/DVD for the holidays. The CD will contain 4 new tracks from their 8th studio album and 6 never heard remixes of past classics plus an interactive section that takes the fan through the Suburban Noize Records roster and is accessible through a computer. The new tracks will define the direction the Kottonmouth Kings are taking their independent sound. The DVD will contain the entire collection of the Kottonmouth Kings videos including 3 new videos for 'King Klick', 'Peace of Mind' and 'Put It Down' featuring Cypress Hill, all from their self titled CD. This will be a definite classic to add to Kottonmouth King's collection. Surburban Noize. 2005.
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The other remixes are horrible, and the solo tracks are in my opinion the worst on the entire cd. I enjoyed the Kingspade album, but these 2 tracks are just weak. One Session sounds like they have potential, but they don't seem too skilled as emcees and the beat is wack. As far as the new group tracks (first few songs), it seems like they took a step away from the club thing, but with little good results unfortunatly. I was happy to see Dog Boy's return, but I wasn't feeling the 2 songs he appeared on either.
It seems as though KMK is fading into mediocrity. They came correct with "No.7" after releasing the Kottonmouth Xperience (equally as horrible in a different way), but can they really do it again after this? Only time will tell. 10 years of partying as hard as they have been, it doesnt suprise me that they are starting to lose thier edge.
In closing, I love you KMK, but I'm not about to go pretend that I like this garbage. Unfortunatly, half thier fans are 'mall juggalos' (sorry guys but your lame) and will do exactly what I said I wont. I can only hope this record does horrible in sales and the kings will get a wake up call, and start putting out better music again. Scrapped material or no, this sh-t doesnt deserve to see the light of day.