House Niggas Bleed To - Paris (2) - Sleeping With The Enemy (Cassette, Album)

28.08.2019
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  • Sleeping With the Enemy is the second album of U.S. political rapper marscontiehyserecompserderschachansi.coed in , it stimulated much controversy with the songs "Bush Killa" (a revenge fantasy about the assassination of then-President George H. W. Bush) and "Coffee, Donuts & Death," (a cop-killing tirade).It also featured a young DJ Shadow on production.. Originally scheduled for a pre-presidential election release.
  • The Devil Made Me Do It established Paris as a pro-black radical, a firebrand. The follow-up, 's Sleeping With the Enemy, saw the MC unleash his most provocative rhymes to such an extent that WEA, Tommy Boy's distributor at the time, opted to have no part in marscontiehyserecompserderschachansi.co forced Paris to reactivate his Scarface imprint; it delayed the album's release, but attention from the press helped take it.
  • Discogs: Cassette, Sleeping With The Enemy. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  • The album's first song, "Make Way For A Panther", is an extremely hard hitting track that gets you pumped every time! The pace continues immediately with the next track, "Sleeping With The Enemy". Things get a bit shocking with "House Niggas Bleed Too" and "Bush Killa", which features some really awesome guitar work/5(24).
  • Listen to your favorite songs from Sleeping With The Enemy (The Deluxe Edition) [Explicit] by Paris Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and .
  • Sleeping With the Enemy Lyrics: Come, I'm P-Dog, with the shit / That stick, now I'm fin' to get scandalous / Huh, and tell y'all about a brain disease / A act up it's a shame disease / Nigga.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sleeping With The Enemy on Discogs/5(7).
  • Feb 14,  · At the time, this was the best produced album since 'Efil4zaggin' (and only Paris' subsequent albums have surpassed this one) and, even now, 19 years on, it's still a masterpiece with more variation and depth than anything (other than Public Enemy and Paris' releases since)/5(67).

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