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Black Sunday

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Recorded at 38 Fresh and Image Recording, Hollywood, CA, Soundtrack, Baby Monster, Green Street and Chung King Studios, NYC, and Studio 4 Recording, Philadelphia, PA. Everybody knows and loves (Rock) Superstar, but thanks in part to contributions from guitarist Dino Cazares and bassist Christian Olde Wolbes (both then members of Fear Factory), songs like Valley Of Chrome and Can’t Get The Best Of Me were equally great and startlingly heavy. In the beginning, in 1991, we opened for the likes of Naughty By Nature and Ice Cube, but developed a reputation for energetic shows. Like the open road for Springsteen, it remains an inextinguishable creative spark in their artistic consciousness.

Songs like “Cock the Hammer,” “I Ain’t Goin’ Out Like That,” and “Lick a Shot” are frenetic party anthems, while the simmering grooves of “3 Lil’ Putos” and “What Go Around Come Around, Kid” strike a low-key pose of gangsta cool. Some user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. The two remixes are amongst Cypress’ biggest catalogue tracks, “Insane In The Brain” by veteran DJ/Producer Statik Selektah and “Hits From The Bong” by none other than DJ Muggs himself. Dom Lawson has been writing for Metal Hammer and Prog for over 14 years and is extremely fond of heavy metal, progressive rock, coffee and snooker.

The record closes with The Ride – a song which leans heavily on their spectral Temples Of Boom-era sonics, not least because it lifts its ‘ some people tell me that I need help’ line from their classic Illusions as a hook. The tone is set by “I Wanna Get High”, in which DJ Muggs blends samples from three different songs and creates a sound that evokes billows of smoke. Track 8 contains elements from "Ode To Billy Joe" by Bobbie Gentry (ASCAP), performed by Lou Donaldson courtesy of Blue Note Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc. The first major Latino hip-hop act, they thrived on DJ Muggs’ ingenious arsenal of samples and effortlessly funky old school beats, and sounded like nothing else on Earth as a result. Only partly produced by DJ Muggs, Till Death Do Us Part offers a curious mixture of mildly eclectic West Coast hip-hop and several more adventurous tunes.

Here the group – who campaigned so hard to help legalise weed in California – ponder the task ahead. This comprehensive collection not only boasts the original Black Sunday in its entirety, but it also features five bonus tracks, including two brand new remixes.

Credit to Eric Bobo, who’d come from the Beastie Boys on tour with us as live percussionist – fortunately, it worked.

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