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Name:B Real Smoke N Mirrors 2009 RVP[

Total Size: 84.72 MB

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Last Updated: 2010-09-22 17:23:07 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-29 06:13:39





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00-b-real-smoke_n_mirrors-2009.m3u (Size: 84.72 MB) (Files: 18)

 00-b-real-smoke_n_mirrors-2009.m3u

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 00-b-real-smoke_n_mirrors-2009.nfo

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 00-b-real-smoke_n_mirrors-2009.sfv

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 01-b-real-smoke_n_mirrors_feat._bo_roc.mp3

7.11 MB

 02-b-real-gangsta_music_feat._bo_roc.mp3

5.29 MB

 03-b-real-dont_ya_dare_laugh_feart._xzibit_and_young_de.mp3

5.04 MB

 04-b-real-everything_u_want_feat._buckshot.mp3

5.44 MB

 05-b-real-6_minutes_feat._young_de_and_tekneek.mp3

4.84 MB

 06-b-real-psycho_realm_revolution_feat._sick_jacken.mp3

6.86 MB

 07-b-real-fire_feat._camian_marley.mp3

4.77 MB

 08-b-real-10_steps_behind_feat._young_de_and_tekneek.mp3

6.50 MB

 09-b-real-get_that_dough_feat._babydoll_refresh.mp3

5.57 MB

 10-b-real-dr._hyphenstein_feat._snoop_dogg_young_de_and_trace_midas.mp3

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 11-b-real-stackn_paper.mp3

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 12-b-real-1_life_feat._sen_dog_and_mal_verde.mp3

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 13-b-real-dude_vs._homie.mp3

5.04 MB

 14-b-real-when_they_hate_you_feat._babydoll_refresh.mp3

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 15-b-real-when_were_fucking_feat._too_short_kurupt_and_young_de.mp3

5.92 MB
 

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Torrent description

Artist : B-Real
Album : Smoke N Mirrors
Bitrate : VBR kbps
Label : KOCH
Year : 2009
Genre : Rap
Rip date : Feb-18-2009
Store date : Feb-24-2009
Size : 84,7 MB

[Track List]

Track Listing:

01 - Smoke N Mirrors feat. Bo Roc 04:55
02 - Gangsta Music feat. Bo Roc 03:19
03 - Don't Ya Dare Laugh feart. Xzibit And 03:57
Young De
04 - Everything U Want feat. Buckshot 03:29
05 - 6 Minutes feat. Young De And Tekneek 03:41
06 - Psycho Realm Revolution feat. Sick Jacken 04:46
07 - Fire feat. Camian Marley 03:21
08 - 10 Steps Behind feat. Young De And 04:42
Tekneek
09 - Get That Dough feat. Babydoll Refresh 03:53
10 - Dr. Hyphenstein feat. Snoop Dogg, Young 03:59
De And Trace Midas
11 - Stackn Paper 04:22
12 - 1 Life feat. Sen Dog And Mal Verde 04:21
13 - Dude Vs. Homie 03:33
14 - When They Hate You feat. Babydoll Refresh 03:30
15 - When We're Fucking feat. Too Short, 04:23
Kurupt And Young De


60:11 min

[Notes]

With his work in the pioneering hip-hop group Cypress Hill, rapper B
Real became something of a hip-hop legend for several reasons. Most
immediately, his trademark rhyming style, featuring an exaggeratedly
nasal whine and a jazz singer's skill at staying just behind DJ Muggs'
already sluggish beats, was one of the most instantly recognizable flows
of the 1990s. Furthermore, B Real and his partners Sen Dog and DJ Muggs
were the first Latino hip-hop stars, ushering in a richly varied
subgenre of hip-hop that thrives to this day. Finally, Cypress Hill's
fervent proselytizing on the subject of marijuana legalization both
brought the subject to its highest public awareness since the days of
Cheech & Chong and paved the way for a generation of weed-happy middle-
class high school kids to discover and identify with hip-hop to an even
greater degree than before. However, that B Real therefore is indirectly
responsible in part for Kevin Federline should not be held against him.

Born Louis Freese in Los Angeles on June 2, 1970, Freese met Mellow Man
Ace (Ulpiano Sergio Reyes) and his brother Sen Dog (%Senen Reyes) in
high school in the mid-'80s, forming the trio that would eventually
become Cypress Hill (named after a local hangout in their South Gate
hood) after Mellow Man Ace left to pursue a successful solo career and
DJ Muggs (Lawrence Muggerud) came in as producer and DJ. During this
period, B Real and Sen Dog were involved in a local branch of notorious
street gang the Bloods; B Real was shot in a drug-related incident in
1988, leading both men to get out of the thug life. However, those
experiences formed the narrative of the group's first album, 1991's
Cypress Hill.

One of the first commercially successful gangsta rap albums, the album
was controversial despite the trio's attempts not to glamorize gang
life. 1993's Black Sunday was an instant hit due to the weirdly catchy
single "Insane in the Brain," and the same year, the trio's contribution
to the pioneering rap-rock soundtrack Judgment Night found them working
with fellow marijuana enthusiasts Sonic Youth, with whom Cypress Hill
also guest-starred in a classic Lollapalooza-parody episode of The
Simpsons. Playing the actual Lollapalooza tour in 1994 and 1995, the
band added percussionist Eric Bobo (the son of legendary salsa drummer
Willie Bobo) and pursued an increasingly rock-oriented style on their
evermore infrequent albums.

During this period, B Real also created a hardcore gangsta side project,
the Psycho Realm, releasing two albums, 1997's The Psycho Realm and
2000's A War Story. B Real even teamed back up with Mellow Man Ace for
the short-lived Serial Rhyme Killers, which released one 12" single in
2002. Finally embarking on a solo career, B Real released two reggaeton
-influenced collaborative mixtapes, The Gunslinger and The Gunslinger,
Pt. 2: A Fistful of Dollars, in 2006.

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