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Heavy Metal Kings (Vinnie Paz+Ill Bill) – Children of God/Tracklist/Tour Dates

HMK

Paz and Bill are setting to release Heavy Metal Kings and getting ready for a world wide tour. This is the latest track off their new album.

DOWNLOAD: Heavy Metal Kings (Vinnie Pax+Ill Bill) – Children of God

Heavy Metal Kings album tracklisting:

1. Keeper Of The Seven Keys (Produced by C-Lance)

2. Eye Is The King (Produced by Junior Makhno)

3. Impaled Nazarene (Produced by Grand Finale)

4. Children Of God (Produced by ILL Bill)

5. Blood Meridian (Produced by Gem Crates)

6. Oath Of The Goat (Produced by Vherbal)

7. King Diamond (Produced by ILL Bill)

8. The Vice Of Killing featuring Reef the Lost Cauze and Sabac Red (Produced by Sicknature)

9. Devil’s Rebels featuring Crypt the Warchild (Produced by Shuko)

10. Age Of Quarrel (Produced by Jack of all Trades)

11. Metal In Your Mouth featuring Q-Unique and Slaine (Produced by Jack of all Trades)

12. Terror Network (Produced by C-Lance)

13. Leviathan (The Spell Of Kingu) – (Produced by DJ Muggs)

14. The Crown Is Mine (Produced by C-Lance)

15. Splatterfest  (Produced by C-Lance)

16. The Final Call (Produced by ILL Bill)

iTunes Exclusive Bonus Track: Blood Meridian (ILL Bill Remix)

Napster Exclusive Bonus Track: Santa Sangre (Produced by DJ Lethal)

Heavy Metal Kings Tour Dates:

4/2/11 – San Bernardino, CA – Paid Dues Festival
4/3/11 – Santa Barbara, CA – Velvet Jones
4/5/11 – San Diego, CA – Casbah
4/6/11 – Los Angeles, CA – Key Club
4/7/11 – San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
4/13/11 – Baltimore, MD – Sonar Lounge
4/14/11 – New York, NY – The Studio @ Webster Hall
4/15/11 – Clifton, NJ – Dingbatz
4/16/11 – West Chester, PA – The Note
4/17/11 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
4/19/11 – Ottawa, ON – Ritual Nightclub
4/20/11 – Toronto, ON – Opera House
4/21/11 – Rochester, NY – Dub Land Underground
4/27/11 – Budapest, Hungary – A38 Ship
4/28/11 – Prague, Czech Republic – Lucerna
4/29/11 – Zurich, Switzerland – Dynamo
4/30/11 – Lyss, Switzeralnd – Kufa
5/3/11 – Oslo, Norway – John Dee
5/4/11 – Bodo, Norway – Min Plass
5/5/11 – Basel, Switzerland – Sommercasino
5/6/11 – St. Gallen, Switzerland – Kugl
5/7/11 – Geneva, Switzerland – Usine
5/9/11 – Paris, France – Elysee Montmarte
5/11/11 – London, UK – The Underworld
5/12/11 – Manchester, UK – Moho Live
5/13/11 – Antwerpen, Belgium – Trix
5/14/11 – Helsinki, Finland – Tavastia

Rock – Rockin’ Out West (Artwork & Tracklist)

Tracklist :

1- Suge Intro
2- West Coast Rockin
3- Da Ness Episode
4- Watch Out
5- Gangsta Boogie
6- Meet n Greet feat. Kurupt
7- Underground
8- Puffin n Drankin
9- Da Shitsong
10- Still Rockin
11- Rockridah
12- Who Wanna Rock
13- WestCoastBlah
14- CantBrag, CantComplain
15- Tha Villest
16- Not Goin Out feat. Ras Kass
17- Big Heaters
18- Rocko feat. Po-Rilla
19- MostWanned
20- Respect Da G-Code feat. Rockredd, Boblakk, Rudyrockwell
21- Walk Like a G feat. Nate Dogg
22- Murdererer
23- Help Me
24- Da Dirtiest
25- Warning
26- Brite Lites Big Cities
27- Paid Niggas feat. Munchdawg, Pressha Dinero
28- Temp Murda

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Rock – Rockin’ Out West (Artwork & Tracklist)

Tracklist :

1- Suge Intro
2- West Coast Rockin
3- Da Ness Episode
4- Watch Out
5- Gangsta Boogie
6- Meet n Greet feat. Kurupt
7- Underground
8- Puffin n Drankin
9- Da Shitsong
10- Still Rockin
11- Rockridah
12- Who Wanna Rock
13- WestCoastBlah
14- CantBrag, CantComplain
15- Tha Villest
16- Not Goin Out feat. Ras Kass
17- Big Heaters
18- Rocko feat. Po-Rilla
19- MostWanned
20- Respect Da G-Code feat. Rockredd, Boblakk, Rudyrockwell
21- Walk Like a G feat. Nate Dogg
22- Murdererer
23- Help Me
24- Da Dirtiest
25- Warning
26- Brite Lites Big Cities
27- Paid Niggas feat. Munchdawg, Pressha Dinero
28- Temp Murda

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Q-Unique – Between Heaven and Hell (Cover x Tracklist)

QUNIQUE

Years in the making, 3 diffferent labels, 4 different covers and finally we got it! The final art, tracklist and street date for Q-Unique’s “Between Heaven and Hell” droppin’ september 7th on Fat Beats Records

TRACK LISTING:
1) Paradise & The Abyss Intro
2) Listening Problem
3) Crack Era (cuts by DJ Presto One)
4) Mr. Lopez
5) Green Grass
6) Between Heaven And Hell Prologue
7) Just Because (featuring Cashis & Realm Reality)
8) Man Of God
9) Questions (featuring D Stroy & Freestyle)
10) On My Block (featuring D Stroy)
11) Conspiracy Theory (featuring Freestyle & D Stroy)
12) Gutter Talk (featuring Jise)
13) Dead Roses
14) Between Heaven & Hell (featuring Psycho Realm)(cuts by DJ FM)
15) Dark Knight (featuring Ill Bill & Jise)
16) Bk, Bx, Bk (cuts by DJ Eclipse)
17) The Brute Squad (featuring Mr. Hyde & Ching Rock)
18) No Turning Back (featuring Slaine & Jise)

Q-Unique – Between Heaven and Hell (Cover x Tracklist)

QUNIQUE

Years in the making, 3 diffferent labels, 4 different covers and finally we got it! The final art, tracklist and street date for Q-Unique’s “Between Heaven and Hell” droppin’ september 7th on Fat Beats Records

TRACK LISTING:
1) Paradise & The Abyss Intro
2) Listening Problem
3) Crack Era (cuts by DJ Presto One)
4) Mr. Lopez
5) Green Grass
6) Between Heaven And Hell Prologue
7) Just Because (featuring Cashis & Realm Reality)
8) Man Of God
9) Questions (featuring D Stroy & Freestyle)
10) On My Block (featuring D Stroy)
11) Conspiracy Theory (featuring Freestyle & D Stroy)
12) Gutter Talk (featuring Jise)
13) Dead Roses
14) Between Heaven & Hell (featuring Psycho Realm)(cuts by DJ FM)
15) Dark Knight (featuring Ill Bill & Jise)
16) Bk, Bx, Bk (cuts by DJ Eclipse)
17) The Brute Squad (featuring Mr. Hyde & Ching Rock)
18) No Turning Back (featuring Slaine & Jise)

Camu Tao – King Of Hearts (tracklist/cover)

Camu

Camu Tao, the legendary MC, producer, and singer, whose life was tragically cut short on May 25th, 2008 after a protracted battle with lung cancer, will have his debut solo album and final statement, King of Hearts, posthumously released on August 17, 2010 as a collaborative release between Fat Possum Records and Definitive Jux. Described by friends, peers and colleagues as “wild, proud, loving, tough, outspoken, spontaneous, and brilliant,” Tao was a creative powerhouse whose output was as staggering in its scope of influences as it was emotionally evocative. El-P describes King of Hearts as “raw, exciting and unlike anything anyone has heard.” Even newer school rappers feel the impact of Camu’s work, “These songs are so before their time it’s ridiculous” says Kid Cudi. Cage sums up the album as “a masterpiece in the making.”

Camu got his start in the late 90’s alongside RJD2 and Copywrite in Columbus, OH’s seminal hip hop group MHZ whose releases were issued by Bobbito Garcia’s legendary vinyl only label Fondle ‘Em Records. After dropping his cult classic solo debut 12-inch Hold the Floor on Definitive Jux in 2001 he went on to become a central fixture at the label, his distinctive contributions playing a key role in The Weathermen (his crew with Aesop Rock, Cage, El-P, Yak Ballz, Tame One and Breeze Brewin) and as one half of S.A. SMASH (alongside Keith “Metro” Lawson) on their 2003 Def Jux full length album Smashy Trashy. As a producer his brilliant contributions are evidenced on Cage’s seminal album Hell’s Winter, and The Perceptionists’ Black Dialogue, as well as appearances on Aesop Rock’s Danger, Fire & Knives, El-P’s Fantastic Damage and Collecting the Kid, Prefuse 73’s Surrounded By Silence, and many, many others.

At the time of his death Camu Tao was working on what his friends and colleagues anticipated to be his breakthrough solo record, King of Hearts, initially scheduled for release on Definitive Jux in 2008, but left incomplete in the wake of his cancer diagnosis. Pieced together from the demos and home recordings he left behind (which have subsequently earned him fans amongst such esteemed peers as Dangermouse, Kid Cudi, and many others), the new release offers a privileged view of a magnum opus in the making by a blossoming visionary who was denied the opportunity to bring his unique masterpiece to fulfillment. The record marks a departure from his former works, most notably as it finds Camu favoring a distinctively playful, semi-soul croon as well as the off-kilter and wild rapping that earned him a reputation among peers and fans as an innovative genius. Musically King of Hearts delves into realms of gritty, electropunk pop, alternately veering between the dark carnival-esque and the sublimely summery. Pleasantly disorienting electronic tones cascade and pulse as dense, propulsive beats build a solid foundation upon which Tao constructs immensely hooky and infectious choruses. Written and produced by Camu himself, King Of Hearts is the last vision of a criminally underrated talent in the midst of a major artistic breakthrough cut short before being fully completed.

Also prior to his death Camu Tao formed production crew and side project Central Services with longtime friend & collaborator El-P, whose long awaited 2004 debut EP Forever Frozen in Television Time has gone unreleased until now. In conjunction with the release of King of Hearts Definitive Jux will be issuing Central Services’ EP as a free digital download.

1. Be A Big Girl
2. Bird Flu
3. Death
4. Fonny Valentine
5. Actin A Ass
6. Get At You
7. Ind Of The Worl
8. Intervention
9. King Of Hearts
10. Major Team
11. Plot A Little
12. The Moment
13. The Perfect Plan
14. Play O Run
15. When You’re Going Down
16. Fuck Me Acapella