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Party Music

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Download links and information about Party Music by The Coup. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 53:22 minutes.

Artist: The Coup
Release date: 2001
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 12
Duration: 53:22
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Everythang 3:52
2. 5 Million Ways to Kill a C.E.O. 5:26
3. Wear Clean Draws 4:52
4. Ghetto Manifesto 6:20
5. Get Up (feat. Dead Prez) 4:02
6. Tight 3:12
7. Ride the Fence 3:43
8. Nowalaters 4:42
9. Pork and Beef 4:00
10. Heven Tonite 3:51
11. Thought About It 2 4:38
12. Lazymuthafucka 4:44

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By embracing a tighter, more traditional brand of hip-hop than he had on 1998’s Steal This Album, Boots Riley helped make 2001’s Party Music one of The Coup’s most convincing statements. “Wear Clean Draws,” “Ghetto Manifesto,” and “Tight” are three of the nastiest beats of Riley’s career, and even the rock-infused “Lazymuthafu**a” is driven by a ferocity that should be feared by feebler rappers. Riley’s intelligence is matched by his gutsiness. While Jay Z made CEO worship a fixture of hip-hop culture, The Coup were unafraid to dismantle his posturing with the merciless—yet highly danceable—“5 Million Ways to Kill a C.E.O.”