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Paul Allen
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Cypress Hill 'Black Sunday'

Where does this album rank all time for you?

Top 10 for me.


Jester
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re: Cypress Hill 'Black Sunday'
I am a big fan of Cypress Hill, but it's not up there for me. It's probably my second favorite Cypress Hill album after Cypress Hill III: Temples of Boom, though.


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alajones
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It was pretty cool while I was a pot head.




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Cdawg
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re: Cypress Hill 'Black Sunday'
I had it as a recommended 5 hip hop albums in a thread a while back. It's personal favorite of mine.


Paul Allen
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re: Cypress Hill 'Black Sunday'
So many great songs.


Jester
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re: Cypress Hill 'Black Sunday'
Did anyone else see them at Voodoo? Thankfully Eminem was on the opposite stage right before them, so the big crowd was gone. I ended up at the rail for Cypress Hill. Dude next to me came prepared..... Just randomly handed "one" to me. When I tried to hand it back, he said, "Nah, that one's yours."


TigerWise
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Did anyone else see them at Voodoo


Yes. I was out of my box that day but I recall them playing their rock stuff that day. I also saw them before that at UNO lakefront with Pharcyde and 311. Went to the Mushroom before the show to meet the band. Good times. To this day don't think I've been to any one place with so many people smoking herb.


buddhavista
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re: Cypress Hill 'Black Sunday'
i loved that album when I was like 20 and smoking pot every day. I still jam out to a few songs when I hear them. our firend's kid's favorite song is insane in the brain.

it came on randomly and the kid just went crazy for it.

Cypress hill recently was in denver and they opened up for a local, unsigned band. My have the mighty fallen.


TigerWise
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My have the mighty fallen.


No joke. B-Real used to date Carmen Electra now she dates that Simon Cowell guy.


buddhavista
Member since Jul 2012
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cypress hill always plays around denver on 4/20. Stupidest holiday ever, ok, 710 is stupider but its the same thing


LooseCannon22282
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re: Cypress Hill 'Black Sunday'
A to the motha fricking K homeboy.. A to the motha fricking K.


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Jester
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Legend13
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re: Cypress Hill 'Black Sunday'
I loved that album when I was like 20.
This post was edited on 2/3 at 2:47 pm


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buddhavista
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re: Cypress Hill 'Black Sunday'
cinco de mayo is a real holiday, its mexican independence. I do agree americans celebrating it is fricking stupid.


Jester
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cinco de mayo is a real holiday


A very minor one

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its mexican independence


And this belief is why it's the dumbest holiday. Independence Day (in Mexico) is in September. Also, Cinco de Mayo is not celebrated in the majority of Mexico. It's basically a holiday created to get Americans to spend a bunch of money on tex-mex.


rutiger
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re: Cypress Hill 'Black Sunday'
1st album is WAY better imo.

How i could just kill a man
Hand on the pump
Phunky feel one
Stoned is the way of the walk
Psycobetabuckdown


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buddhavista
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And this belief is why it's the dumbest holiday. Independence Day (in Mexico) is in September. Also, Cinco de Mayo is not celebrated in the majority of Mexico. It's basically a holiday created to get Americans to spend a bunch of money on tex-mex.


i didn't know that. I don't celebrate that shite either. I love mexican food but frick those mexicans joints are packed on cinco de mayo. I will just eat it on the 4th or 6th and be good.

And I don't like margaritas, or tequilla in general.


Jester
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Cdawg
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re: Cypress Hill 'Black Sunday'
yeah. It's actually an American date selected to celebrate Mexican heritage and pride. It's a bigger celebration in America than in Mexico.


Porter Osborne Jr
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I thought it was a date to celebrate a victory over France


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