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Release date: 1992
Style: Hardcore punk , Crossover thrash metal

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01. Smoked Park
02. Body Count's In The House
03. Now Sports
04. Body Count
05. A Statistic
06. Bowels Of The Devil
07. The Real Problem
08. KKK Bitch
09. C Note
10. Voodoo
11. The Winner Loses
12. There Goes The Neighborhood
13. Oprah
14. Evil Dick
15. Body Count Anthem
16. Momma's Gotta Die Tonight
17. Out In The Parking Lot
18. Cop Killer

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Lit. - 21.08.2012 at 05:52  
  COP KILLA!

So this is what it sounds like when a black guy sings metal.
Yellax - 21.08.2012 at 18:23  
  I know your family's grievin'...FUCK EM!
LeChron James - 20.02.2013 at 07:38  
  DOESN'T GOT SHIT ON THE GETO BOYS.

Plus fuck Ice T. You can't go from "COP KILLA" to starring in a COP SHOW. IT DOESN'T WORK THAT WAY, ASSHOLE!
deadone - 24.02.2014 at 04:28  
Rating: 7 Oh man. I'd completely forgotten about this one.

One of the first metal albums I ever got when I was 13 (on cassette of course).

I was playing it in the car and my mum asked "Are they swearing?" and I said "yes, they are."

And then we listened to it all the way to the beach!
toxx - 24.02.2014 at 09:55  
  Nothing I would put in the record player today, but I remember "borrowing" this from from a friend of mines older brother. Pretty hardcore stuff for a couple of boys at the age of 10! Probably one of the bands that got me into metal.
Angelic Storm - 22.05.2014 at 14:41  
 
Written by LeChron James on 20.02.2013 at 07:38
Plus fuck Ice T. You can't go from "COP KILLA" to starring in a COP SHOW. IT DOESN'T WORK THAT WAY, ASSHOLE!


Ice T has said many times, that the song was a protest song, and was only directed at corrupt cops, and cops who engage in police brutality. It was not directed at all cops, but many people, including you it would seem, completely misinterpreted the real meaning behind the song.
Troy Killjoy - 22.05.2014 at 18:03  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 22.05.2014 at 14:41
Ice T has said many times, that the song was a protest song, and was only directed at corrupt cops, and cops who engage in police brutality. It was not directed at all cops, but many people, including you it would seem, completely misinterpreted the real meaning behind the song.

I don't think LJ is being nearly as serious as you're taking him... most of his comments are done in a sarcastic or mocking tone and generally seem to be for the sake of humor rather than stating his honest opinion.
Angelic Storm - 22.05.2014 at 20:54  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 22.05.2014 at 18:03
I don't think LJ is being nearly as serious as you're taking him... most of his comments are done in a sarcastic or mocking tone and generally seem to be for the sake of humor rather than stating his honest opinion.


Really? I can't say I'm familiar with LJ's posts, so I wouldn't have known that. Thanks for informing me though. lol
LeChron James - 23.05.2014 at 06:50  
 
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Written by Angelic Storm on 22.05.2014 at 14:41

Ice T has said many times, that the song was a protest song, and was only directed at corrupt cops, and cops who engage in police brutality. It was not directed at all cops, but many people, including you it would seem, completely misinterpreted the real meaning behind the song.


Written by Angelic Storm on 22.05.2014 at 14:41
Ice T has said many times, that the song was a protest song, and was only directed at corrupt cops, and cops who engage in police brutality. It was not directed at all cops, but many people, including you it would seem, completely misinterpreted the real meaning behind the song.

I don't think LJ is being nearly as serious as you're taking him... most of his comments are done in a sarcastic or mocking tone and generally seem to be for the sake of humor rather than stating his honest opinion.


It's a bit of both, really. I was being sarcastic and obnoxious while I was taking shots at Ice T for making "Cop Killer", but at the same time, making a song with that title and then, much later, starring in a cop show is hypocritical. I understand that his message is directed at the obvious corruption within not only American but police forces internationally, but on top of loving metal, I love hip hop as well and I'm not the only one that finds this ridiculous.

Ice Cube is another example of this kind of thing. He went from being all "NWA FUCK THA POLICE" to trying to pimp family wholesomeness through shockingly awful films. It's the almighty power of money, I guess. At any rate, props for fostering this discussion. That's why I love this site haha
deadone - 23.05.2014 at 06:56  
Rating: 7
Written by LeChron James on 23.05.2014 at 06:50


It's a bit of both, really. I was being sarcastic and obnoxious while I was taking shots at Ice T for making "Cop Killer", but at the same time, making a song with that title and then, much later, starring in a cop show is hypocritical. :



People change and money and fame talk.
Angelic Storm - 23.05.2014 at 07:29  
 
Written by LeChron James on 23.05.2014 at 06:50
It's a bit of both, really. I was being sarcastic and obnoxious while I was taking shots at Ice T for making "Cop Killer", but at the same time, making a song with that title and then, much later, starring in a cop show is hypocritical. I understand that his message is directed at the obvious corruption within not only American but police forces internationally, but on top of loving metal, I love hip hop as well and I'm not the only one that finds this ridiculous.

Ice Cube is another example of this kind of thing. He went from being all "NWA FUCK THA POLICE" to trying to pimp family wholesomeness through shockingly awful films. It's the almighty power of money, I guess. At any rate, props for fostering this discussion. That's why I love this site haha


Well, I generally dislike the lyrics in gangsta rap anyway, because of the way they glamorize gang culture, as well them regularly being very misogynistic. It's using shock value to make it seem "edgy" and "cool", particularly to young people. Most gangsta rappers who achieve a certain degree of success, are no worse than Ice T. Rapping about a life which they no longer live, because provocative lyrics are a selling point to young people trying to appear "street".

Ice T raps about a life he once lived, not the life he currently lives. But is that really any different to the vast majority of gangsta rappers who achieve a certain degree of success? I'd say not. But at least Ice is upfront about that fact, although this is a fact that most young fans will be completely oblivious to. How many fans will have seen or read about him saying that "Cop Killer" is not meant to be taken as an attack on all cops? Not many, probably. Ice never pretended to still be living the gangsta life, and he was making rap like that before the genre became hugely popular, due to him being one of the pioneers of it. That gives him a degree of integrity which can't be applied to many of the gangsta acts who he helped to inspire.

And yep, this site is good for this kind of debate. hehe
LeChron James - 23.05.2014 at 07:47  
 
Written by deadone on 23.05.2014 at 06:56

People change and money and fame talk.


I feel ya man. Money talks, bullshit walks. Still, if you market yourself as a hard muthafucka from the streetz, you best stick to your principles before someone punches ya card. yadadatalkinbout?

Written by Angelic Storm on 23.05.2014 at 07:29

Well, I generally dislike the lyrics in gangsta rap anyway, because of the way they glamorize gang culture, as well them regularly being very misogynistic. It's using shock value to make it seem "edgy" and "cool", particularly to young people. Most gangsta rappers who achieve a certain degree of success, are no worse than Ice T. Rapping about a life which they no longer live, because provocative lyrics are a selling point to young people trying to appear "street".

Ice T raps about a life he once lived, not the life he currently lives. But is that really any different to the vast majority of gangsta rappers who achieve a certain degree of success? I'd say not. But at least Ice is upfront about that fact, although this is a fact that most young fans will be completely oblivious to. How many fans will have seen or read about him saying that "Cop Killer" is not meant to be taken as an attack on all cops? Not many, probably. Ice never pretended to still be living the gangsta life, and he was making rap like that before the genre became hugely popular, due to him being one of the pioneers of it. That gives him a degree of integrity which can't be applied to many of the gangsta acts who he helped to inspire.

And yep, this site is good for this kind of debate. hehe


That's the beautiful thing about hip hop. The diversity within the genre is, without question, as diverse as the metal genre. If you wanna listen to gangsta shit where the gang lifestyle is the primary focus, there is an entire genre dedicated to that. And that's because the people making that music, are either legit gangstas or they're trying to make money from that image.

On the other hand, if you don't wanna hear all that noise about exploiting women, doing drugs or killing people, there are many different artists that make that kind of music. You can find metal music that advocates murder, rape, violence and all kinds of debauchery. It's the same with hip hop.
Angelic Storm - 23.05.2014 at 07:57  
 
Written by LeChron James on 23.05.2014 at 07:47
That's the beautiful thing about hip hop. The diversity within the genre is, without question, as diverse as the metal genre. If you wanna listen to gangsta shit where the gang lifestyle is the primary focus, there is an entire genre dedicated to that. And that's because the people making that music, are either legit gangstas or they're trying to make money from that image.

On the other hand, if you don't wanna hear all that noise about exploiting women, doing drugs or killing people, there are many different artists that make that kind of music. You can find metal music that advocates murder, rape, violence and all kinds of debauchery. It's the same with hip hop.


Of course, but I don't listen to any metal bands which advocates those things. Cannibal Corpse for example, have stated countless times over the years that they don't condone real life violence, and that their lyrics are meant to be taken as pure horror fiction. So they are not advocates for real life violence.

There are some very "underground" gore bands, who's lyrical focus is almost entirely based on violence towards women, so I wouldn't be a fan of such bands, although they usually make terrible music anyway, so I'm not missing out on much there. lol
Boxcar Willy - 07.07.2014 at 15:55  
Rating: 4 In other news, this album is complete garbage.
Marcel Hubregtse - 07.07.2014 at 16:07  
Rating: 8
Written by Boxcar Willy on 07.07.2014 at 15:55

In other news, this album is complete garbage.


Once again Tanner shows he is deaf
Angelic Storm - 07.07.2014 at 16:16  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 07.07.2014 at 16:07
Once again Tanner shows he is deaf


Indeed, this is a very good album.

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