Black Sunday

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1 I Wanna Get High 2:54 202,047
2 I Ain't Goin' Out Like That (Explicit Album Version) 4:24 1,561
3 Insane in the Brain (Explicit Album Version) 3:28 4,187
4 When The Shit Goes Down 3:04 103,097
4 When The Sh-- Goes Down 3:08 32,274
5 Lick a Shot 3:23 123,237
6 Cock the Hammer 4:22 116,853
7 Interlude 1:16 27,586
8 Lil' Putos 3:40 38,825
9 Legalize It 0:46 105,460
10 Hits from the Bong 2:40 303,392
11 What go around come around kid 3:42 6,503
11 What Go Around Come Around, Kid 3:42 81,889
12 A to the K 3:27 96,365
13 Hand On the Glock 3:32 103,348
14 Break 'Em Off Some 2:44 95,577

About this album

Black Sunday is the second album by rap group Cypress Hill. It was released on July 20, 1993.

It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, recording the highest Soundscan for a rap group at the time. The album went double Platinum in the U.S.

The first single, “Insane in the Brain,” became a crossover hit, initiating their following among rock audiences.

The song “Hits from the Bong” was used in the movie How High.

A censored version of the album was also made which removes the song “A To The K”.

The booklet to the album contains 19 facts about the history and positive attributes of cannabis.

In 1998, the album was selected as one of The Source Magazine’s 100 Best Rap Albums.

Rolling Stone (9/16/93, p.64) - 4 Stars - Excellent - “…it’s the Cypress combo of stark grooves and cinematic gangsta fairy tales that allows them to rule the streets, a formula not messed with on Black Sunday…”

The Source (9/93, p.82) - 4 Stars - Excellent - “…a darker sequel…this album is definitely worth buying as it easily rips the frame out of all those Cypress bandwagon jumpers…”

Q magazine (1/94, p.83) - Included in Q’s list of `The 50 Best Albums Of 1993.’

Melody Maker (1/1/94, p.77) - Ranked #35 in Melody Maker’s list of the `Albums Of The Year’ for 1993.

Village Voice (3/1/94, p.5) - Ranked #29 in the Village Voice’s 1993 Pazz & Jop Critics Poll.

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