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Rush Hour

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Download links and information about Rush Hour by Wesley Willis. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Humor genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:02:14 minutes.

Artist: Wesley Willis
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative, Humor
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:02:14
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Jesus Christ 3:46
2. 2 X 4 2:33
3. Electra 225 3:07
4. Electric Eel 2:14
5. Stp Conked Out My Engine 2:48
6. He Goes to Prison 2:24
7. Good News Is Rock N Roll 2:04
8. The Wesley Willis Fiasco 2:55
9. The Boomerang 2:14
10. Outburst 2:43
11. Chronic Schizophrenia 3:07
12. King Fish 1:53
13. I Am a Rock I Am a Roll 2:57
14. Creep Show 2:14
15. Vampire Bat 2:39
16. Lake of Fire 2:31
17. F**k With Me and Find Out 4:39
18. The Termites Ate My House Up 3:11
19. I Whipped Batman's Ass 3:27
20. S**t & F**k 3:42
21. The Vulture's Ate My Dead Ass Up 2:04
22. King of Fire 3:02

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Wesley Willis' first album of new material for Jello Biafra's Alternative Tentacles label (which had already released two Greatest Hits volumes), Rush Hour isn't a significant departure from Willis' previous recordings with a full band. The musical backing still sounds oddly subdued, even canned, and Willis still takes long pauses in between his recitations. Somewhat surprisingly, Rush Hour doesn't have the loopy celebrity tributes Willis became known for; he relies more on his imagination to conjure up lyrical scenarios. Other than that, Rush Hour is pretty much a standard Wesley Willis album, with enough bizarre connections to make it a slightly more amusing listen than some of his other records.