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For items that are dispatched using our standard service, we ask that you wait 14 days from the date of dispatch before reporting any items as undelivered. Cypress Hill were notable for being the first Latino hip-hop superstars, but they became notorious for their endorsement of marijuana, which actually wasn't a trivial thing.
By then Muggs had bangers in the bag, as well as industry experience from a jaunt with the New York duo 7A3. Review: Get On Down are a trusted destination for classics cut to 7" - the kind of weapons it's always handy to have in quick and easy reach when you're ready to set the party alight. For life long Cypress heads and good time hip-hop DJs of all stripes, this is an essential nugget of funk. Records like "How I Could Just Kill a Man", "Pigs", "Stoned is the Way of the Walk" and "Hand on the Pump" made this album an instant classic.
Features the singles 'The Phuncky Feel One/How I Could Just Kill a Man', 'Hand on the Pump/Real Estate', 'Pigs' and 'Latin Lingo'.
Besides getting schooled on industry pitfalls, Muggs had also grown into hip-hop’s most formidable young producer, while straddling the bi-coastal gap. For the 30thAnniversary in 2021, two brand new remixes were released digitally of your favorite tracks and now they are ready to take the turntables.
If you are a Cypress Hill fan and 45 collector this limited edition 30 year Anniversary 7” boxset is a must have!