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Monday, March 22, 2010


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It's an album that ushered in an era of a thousand suburbanites drinking malt liquor, wearing U.S. Postal Service caps, and reawakening their Irish (or in some cases pseudo-Irish) heritage. And it's also the debut album that ushered House of Pain into the forefront of rap culture for a brief period of time. While it's unfair to expect a whole album's worth of quality material like the dynamite classic "Jump Around," there are some strong points on their eponymous debut that emulate the single's strength. Admittedly, there is a significant amount of filler and the topics du jour aren't exactly the most original in hip-hop, but the impact of such songs as "Jump Around," "Shamrocks and Shenanigans," and "Put on Your Shit Kickers" more than makes up for the filler. A debut for a group that showed immense promise that sadly wasn't fully realized.

1. Salutations
2. Jump Around
3. Put Your Head Out
4. Top o' the Morning to Ya
5. Commercial 1
6. House and the Rising Son
7. Shamrocks and Shenanigans
8. House of Pain Anthem
9. Danny Boy, Danny Boy
10. Guess Who's Back
11. Commercial 2
12. Put on Your Shit Kickers
13. Come and Get Some of This
14. Life Goes On
15. One for the Road
16. Feel It
17. All My Love
18. Jump Around [Pete Rock Remix]
19. Shamrocks and Shenanigans [Boom Shalock Lock Boom/Butch Vig Mix]


Anonymous said...

decidement, je prefere Cypress hill

Mr Moodswings said...

A part le fait d'appartenir à la scène hip-hop, CH et HoP n'ont a peu près rien à voir. Ca revient à comparer Genesis à Henry Cow ou Napalm Death à Dream Theater... ;)

Anonymous said...

à ce point ???
mais mon anglais est pauvre, je me fonde sur des consonnaces musicales