Review Summary: This album is a very fun summer album. Please, enjoy and eat Chewy Chips Ahoy! cookies.1 of 6 thought this review was well written
The Kottonmouth Kings are a fun loving, mischievous bunch of dudes from Placentia, Orange County, California. They make rap rock and West Coast Hip-Hop. This album was released on April 20,2004, which is obviously a reference to 420, which symbolizes their favorite plant in the world.
Right away, you can tell that their influences include Sublime, Rage Against The Machine, 311, and Ice-T. This is an album that would make Christian fundamentalist parents cry and weep for their kid's future, and the Kings are proud of that. D-Loc, Johnny Richter, Brad Daddy X, and DJ Bobby B would be the type of people who would go to the skate park and hang out with their supposed "positive vibes". This album is an underrated masterpiece that manages to push the limit of summer music. You have to party hard while listening to this album. It is required that this party must have lots of fun vibes coiming out of it, and this album is no doubt what D-Loc and the Kings had in mind. "Bring It On" is required listening, as D-Loc and the Kings pass sharp insults that would make Shakespeare jealous. Buy this album, listen to it, and then get cravings for Chewy Chips Ahoy! cookies, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, and Lays' barbecue chips.
P.S.: It's my birthday today.