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03.02.10 Favorite Suburban Noize Albums

Favorite Suburban Noize Albums
10 Dirtball
Raptillion


Dirtball has been around for a few years and is really an underrated rapper on the underground scene. This CD really shows he has what it takes to keep up with the rap game. The Kottonmouth Kings were so impressed with him they made him one of their own.
9 Kottonmouth Kings
Rollin Stoned


Classics such as 4-2-0, Full Throttle, Rest of My Life, Endless Highway, and Tangerine Sky round out this diverse and upbeat CD. The Kings really show off what they do best here and that is just make fun music for the people that truly appreciate them.
8 Big B
White Trash Renegade


I'd hate to make this list and not have Big B on it. I feel he is a very talented rapper. While sharing many similar themes and messages as labelmates, he has a certain style and flair that makes him stand out.
7 (hed) P.E.
NWO


After Only in Amerika came out and (hed) switched to SubNoize records, it took me awhile to get used to the new direction they were heading in with their music. Then I realized they weren't going in to much of a new direction at all . Their music was just more raw sounding, while maybe not as heavy. (hed) has always been one of my favorite bands, and this album stands out as a highlight to me.
6 Kottonmouth Kings
Hidden Stash II


This is probably one of KMK's darkest sounding album. Granted most songs have positive message to them, the overall feel of the album with tracks such as Life Rolls On and New Destination, sound a little darker and less upbeat than some of their previous and future work.
5 Potluck
Humbolt County High


THis is not Potluck's first CD, but it is their first release for SubNoize records and they couldnt' have made a better CD. Seriously, these 2 rappers from NorCal put most mainstream clowns to shame. Great beats, great raps...a must for any fan of underground hip hop.
4 OPM
ForThemAsses


Catchy, memorable, great production values...a near perfect CD. Some songs sound as if they could be mainstream, but OPM keeps it real and stays to the underground.
3Kottonmouth Kings
High Society


I can't find one reason to dislike this CD. Another classic stoner joint from the Kings of underground rip hop.
2 Mix Mob
So Cal Drunks


This album has a great positive vibe and is a great party album. THe styles of music range from punk rock to reggae and then some. Great album for a day at the beach or a backyard barbeque...or smoking on a blunt of course
1Kottonmouth Kings
Royal Highness


simply classic
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