Cypress Hill Reveal Track List

2010-02-22 by The Writer Ov This Review | 14 Comments
Cypress Hill have released the track listing and artwork for their album Rise Up which will be available April 6th.












1. It Ain't Nothin' (feat. Young De)
- Produced by B-Real
2. Light It Up
- Produced by Pete Rock
3. Rise Up (feat. Tom Morello)
- Produced by Tom Morello and B-Real
4. Get It Anyway
- Produced by Jim Jonsin
5. Pass The Dutch (feat. Evidence and Alchemist)
- Produced by DJ Muggs and DJ Khalil
6. Bang Bang
- Produced by B-Real
7. K.U.S.H
- Produced by Sick Jacken and B-Real
8. Get 'Em Up
- Produced by B-Real
9. Carry Me Away (feat. Mike Shinoda)
- Produced by Mike Shinoda
10. Trouble Seeker (feat. Daron Malakian)
- Produced by Daron Malakian
11. Day Destroys the Night featuring Everlast
- Produced by DJ Muggs & DJ Khalil
12. I Unlimited
- Produced by B-Real
13. Armed & Dangerous
- Produced by Jake One and B-Real
14. Shut 'Em Down (feat. Tom Morello)
- Produced by Tom Morello and B-Real
15. Armada Latina (feat. Marc Anthony and Pitbull)
- Produced by Jim Jonsin

Artwork:

http://www.rapswag.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/cypresshill.jpg

Tagged: Cypress Hill

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combustion07
February 22nd 2010
5583 Comments


Just got the email today so I'm guessing this is new. The artwork on their website got taken down so another link was posted

Phantom
February 22nd 2010
8968 Comments


Interested in hearing this, been a fan of all of Cypress' work, although Til Death Do Us Part was somewhat of a letdown.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
February 22nd 2010
32190 Comments


It has potential but I really don't know about some of these guest appearances

Phantom
February 22nd 2010
8968 Comments


DARON MALAKIAN


if he's singing it will be p bad.

Urinetrouble
February 22nd 2010
5771 Comments


hell muthafukin yes.. can t wait to see em with ratm

bloc
February 22nd 2010
41172 Comments


10. Trouble Seeker (feat. Daron Malakian)

Okay

Produced by Daron Malakian

FUUUUUUUUUUU



somberlain
February 22nd 2010
2121 Comments


wtf?
needs moar Muggs production!

JulesWin
February 22nd 2010
993 Comments


don't know about all these guests and producers

TMobotron
February 23rd 2010
7229 Comments


Ugh yeah needs way more muggs production. No point in it even being a group album if muggs isn't doing a whole lot.

ThePalestMexican
February 24th 2010
2816 Comments


I'm keeping faith, but I gots a rumbly in my tumbly about this

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
February 24th 2010
30497 Comments


so basically, band rules.

Apollo
February 24th 2010
10670 Comments


are you kidding? Tom Morello and Daron Malakian? this is gonna be badass

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
February 24th 2010
32190 Comments


Yeah, but this is a Cypress Hill album. And everytime they bring in a whole bunch of guests the album turns to shit. Besides Muggs has been putting out some mad production with his Vs. series, disappointed that he's not going all out on this

combustion07
February 24th 2010
5583 Comments


Agree with Dev



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