History Music / CypressHill

10th Mar '17 11:29:02 PM bt8257
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* B-Real(Louis Freese, born June 2, 1970)
* Sen Dog(Senen Reyes, born November 22, 1965)
* DJ Muggs(Lawrence Muggerud, born January 28, 1968)
* Eric Bobo(Eric Correa, born August 27, 1968)

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* B-Real(Louis B-Real (Louis Freese, born June 2, 1970)
* Sen Dog(Senen Dog (Senen Reyes, born November 22, 1965)
* DJ Muggs(Lawrence Muggs (Lawrence Muggerud, born January 28, 1968)
* Eric Bobo(Eric Bobo (Eric Correa, born August 27, 1968)
20th Feb '17 3:47:41 PM bt8257
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* TheStoner: The entire band.

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* TheStoner: The entire whole band.
8th Feb '16 5:50:07 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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* B-Real
* Sen Dog
* DJ Muggs
* Eric Bobo

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* B-Real
B-Real(Louis Freese, born June 2, 1970)
* Sen Dog
Dog(Senen Reyes, born November 22, 1965)
* DJ Muggs
Muggs(Lawrence Muggerud, born January 28, 1968)
* Eric Bobo
Bobo(Eric Correa, born August 27, 1968)
9th Dec '15 9:35:31 AM spirasen
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* BadCopIncompetentCop: Seems to be the overall feeling about police in their songs - if they're not goofing off, they're either harassing people or criminals themselves. "Pigs" covers all three instances.

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* BadCopIncompetentCop: Seems to be the overall feeling about police in their songs - -- if they're not goofing off, they're either harassing people or criminals themselves. "Pigs" covers all three instances.



-->''Off the top of my head, Boom Biddy Bye Bye, "Down on the floor and you don't ask why//Put a glock to your dome and you start to cry"''

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-->''Off the top of my head, Boom Biddy Bye Bye, "Down on the floor and you don't ask why//Put why / Put a glock to your dome and you start to cry"''



* RefrainFromAssuming: "Insane in the Membrane" isn't the song's name. It's "Insane in the Brain". It doesn't help that the band themselves used the wrong name during their appearance on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''.
* RockstarSong: "Rock Superstar".
* SawedOffShotgun: Mentioned in "Hand on the Pump".

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* RefrainFromAssuming: "Insane in the Membrane" isn't the song's name. It's "Insane in the Brain". Brain." It doesn't help that the band themselves used the wrong name during their appearance on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''.
* RockstarSong: "Rock Superstar".
Superstar."
* SawedOffShotgun: Mentioned in "Hand on the Pump".Pump."



** At thirty seconds toward the end of the song "How I Could Just Kill A Man", someone is heard saying, "All I wanted was a Pepsi", a line from the Suicidal Tendencies song "Institutionalized".
** One of the choruses of "Hole in the Head" has B-Real change the lyrics to "Franchise/ScoobyDoo, Scooby Doo, y'all!".

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** At thirty seconds toward the end of the song "How I Could Just Kill A Man", a Man," someone is heard saying, "All I wanted was a Pepsi", Pepsi," a line from the Suicidal Tendencies song "Institutionalized".
"Institutionalized."
** One of the choruses of "Hole in the Head" has B-Real change the lyrics to "Franchise/ScoobyDoo, Scooby Doo, y'all!".y'all!"



1st Oct '14 8:25:29 AM Willbyr
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* RefrainFromAssuming: "Insane in the Membrane" isn't the song's name. It's "Insane in the Brain".
** It doesn't help that the band themselves used the wrong name during their appearance on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''.

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* RefrainFromAssuming: "Insane in the Membrane" isn't the song's name. It's "Insane in the Brain".
**
Brain". It doesn't help that the band themselves used the wrong name during their appearance on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''.



* ShoutOut: At thirty seconds toward the end of the song "How I Could Just Kill A Man", someone is heard saying, "All I wanted was a Pepsi", a line from the Suicidal Tendencies song "Institutionalized".

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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At thirty seconds toward the end of the song "How I Could Just Kill A Man", someone is heard saying, "All I wanted was a Pepsi", a line from the Suicidal Tendencies song "Institutionalized".
31st Mar '14 3:26:58 PM LongLiveHumour
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** One of the choruses of "Hole in the Head" has B-Real change the lyrics to "ScoobyDoo, Scooby Doo, y'all!".

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** One of the choruses of "Hole in the Head" has B-Real change the lyrics to "ScoobyDoo, "Franchise/ScoobyDoo, Scooby Doo, y'all!".
21st Oct '13 1:24:55 PM Nocturna
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-->''Off the [[IncrediblyLamePun top of my head]], Boom Biddy Bye Bye, "Down on the floor and you don't ask why//Put a glock to your dome and you start to cry"''

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-->''Off the [[IncrediblyLamePun top of my head]], head, Boom Biddy Bye Bye, "Down on the floor and you don't ask why//Put a glock to your dome and you start to cry"''
10th Apr '13 1:18:10 PM Sen
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Added DiffLines:

* BrokenRecord: Most of their choruses.


Added DiffLines:

** One of the choruses of "Hole in the Head" has B-Real change the lyrics to "ScoobyDoo, Scooby Doo, y'all!".
19th Feb '13 1:56:39 PM Sen
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* ShoutOut: At thirty seconds toward the end of the song "How I Could Just Kill A Man", someone is heard saying, "All I wanted was a Pepsi", a line from a song by Suicidal Tendencies.

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* ShoutOut: At thirty seconds toward the end of the song "How I Could Just Kill A Man", someone is heard saying, "All I wanted was a Pepsi", a line from a song by the Suicidal Tendencies.Tendencies song "Institutionalized".
5th Feb '13 10:53:13 AM Willbyr
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* BadCopIncompetentCop: Seems to be the overall feeling about police in their songs - if they're not goofing off, they're either harassing people or criminals themselves. "Pigs" covers all three instances.



* RapRock: Generally considered to have pioneered this thanks to their crossover with rock fanbases since the beginning of their career; albums like ''Skull and Bones'' and ''Stoned Raiders'' showcased both Rap Rock and RapMetal, with instrumentation provided by members of Music/FearFactory and Music/RageAgainstTheMachine.

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* RapRock: Generally considered to have pioneered this thanks to their crossover with rock fanbases since the beginning of their career; albums career. Albums like ''Skull and Bones'' and ''Stoned Raiders'' showcased both Rap Rock and RapMetal, with instrumentation provided by members of Music/FearFactory and Music/RageAgainstTheMachine.



* SawedOffShotgun: Mentioned in "Hand on the Pump"
* ShoutOut: At thirty seconds toward the end of the song "How Could I Just Kill A Man", someone is heard saying, "All I wanted was a Pepsi", a line from a song by Suicidal Tendencies.

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* SawedOffShotgun: Mentioned in "Hand on the Pump"
Pump".
* ShoutOut: At thirty seconds toward the end of the song "How I Could I Just Kill A Man", someone is heard saying, "All I wanted was a Pepsi", a line from a song by Suicidal Tendencies.
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