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Album: IV
# Song Title   Time
1)    Looking Through the Eye of a Pig
2)    Checkmate
3)    From the Window of My Room
4)    Prelude to a Come Up
5)    Riot Starter
6)    Audio X - (featuring Barron Ricks)
7)    Steel Magnolia - (featuring Barron Ricks)
8)    I Remember That Freak Bitch (From the Club) (Interlude, Pt. 2) - (featuring Barron Ricks)
9)    (Goin' All Out) Nothin' to Lose
10)    Tequila Sunrise - (featuring Barron Ricks)
11)    Dead Men Tell No Tales
12)    Feature Presentation - (featuring Barron Ricks/Chace Infinite)
13)    Dr. Greenthumb
14)    16 Men Till There's No Men Left
15)    High Times
16)    Clash of the Titans/Dust
17)    Lightning Strikes
 

Album: IV
# Song Title   Time
1)    Looking Through the Eye of a Pig
2)    Checkmate
3)    From the Window of My Room
4)    Prelude to a Come Up
5)    Riot Starter
6)    Audio X - (featuring Barron Ricks)
7)    Steel Magnolia - (featuring Barron Ricks)
8)    I Remember That Freak Bitch (From the Club) (Interlude, Pt. 2) - (featuring Barron Ricks)
9)    (Goin' All Out) Nothin' to Lose
10)    Tequila Sunrise - (featuring Barron Ricks)
11)    Dead Men Tell No Tales
12)    Feature Presentation - (featuring Barron Ricks/Chace Infinite)
13)    Dr. Greenthumb
14)    16 Men Till There's No Men Left
15)    High Times
16)    Clash of the Titans/Dust
17)    Lightning Strikes
 
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Performer Notes
  • Cypress Hill: B. Real, Sen-Dog, DJ Muggs.
  • Additional personnel includes: Barron Ricks, MC Eiht, Chace Infinite (rap vocals); Mike "Fingers" Sims (guitar, bass); Bobo (bass, percussion, background vocals); Reggie Stewart (bass).
  • Recorded at Ameraycan Studios, North Hollywood, California.
  • Cypress Hill: B. Real, Sen-Dog, DJ Muggs.
  • Additional personnel includes: Barron Ricks, MC Eiht, Chace Infinite (rap vocals); Mike "Fingers" Sims (guitar, bass); Bobo (bass, percussion, background vocals); Reggie Stewart (bass).
  • Recorded at Ameraycan Studios, North Hollywood, California.
  • Back with a renewed energy and purpose, Latino-flavored rappers Cypress Hill climb back into the ring for another round in the fight for Hip-Hop supremacy on IV, an album which is as much at home with ghetto street-kids as it is with California surfers. Right hand man Sen Dog is back in the fold, completing the circle that B-Real and DJ Muggs drew as one of the most influential groups in Rap. B-Real's vocal stylings sound as crisp as the day we first heard "How Could I Just Kill a Man."
  • "Tequlia Sunrise" is a mid-tempo head- nodder where Sen Dog opens the track with his trademark Spanglish. B-Real pops into the chorus and then rips the next verse wide open. DJ Muggs tracks run deep as he retools the Cypress sound to include samples as well as vintage sounding instruments, like the serenading guitar of "Tequila Sunrise." Other tracks to check are "Checkmate", which has an early 90's uptempo, energetic classic Hill sound and "Prelude To U Come Up", which features an appearance from MC Eight.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (10/15/98, p.130) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...Cypress Hill's most bangin' LP since their 1991 debut....Cypress Hill still name-check firearms, threaten rivals and smoke more weed than a congregation of Rastas. But the obsessions are means to an end..."

Rolling Stone (10/15/98, p.130) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...Cypress Hill's most bangin' LP since their 1991 debut....Cypress Hill still name-check firearms, threaten rivals and smoke more weed than a congregation of Rastas. But the obsessions are means to an end..."

The Wire (1/99, p.57) - "...they come out fighting. Red eyed, rabid and slobbering with skunk-fueled menace....gangsta rap's future as a musical force is secure."

The Wire (1/99, p.57) - "...they come out fighting. Red eyed, rabid and slobbering with skunk-fueled menace....gangsta rap's future as a musical force is secure."

Rap Pages (12/98, p.140) - 4 (out of 5) - "...Like previous albums...IV's fabulous formula formula of speakerphone tones by B-Real and sporadic comments by Sen Dog resembles 'How I Could Just Kill A Man'..."

Rap Pages (12/98, p.140) - 4 (out of 5) - "...Like previous albums...IV's fabulous formula formula of speakerphone tones by B-Real and sporadic comments by Sen Dog resembles 'How I Could Just Kill A Man'..."
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