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Let Freedom Bling
  • Artist: Gross
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479639210
  • Item #: SRD963921
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 10/30/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Let Freedom Bling on CD

'Clever lyrics, catchy hooks, social commentary & observation that sounds great cranked up in your car. While most would consider it Hip-Hop, it's pop sensibilities and live instrument performances make it hard to categorize.' -FullReviews.com Reminiscent of early Beck alla 'Midnite Vampires', combining the personal observations of Eminem, the fun grooves of Black Eyed Peas, and the tougher production values of Dr. Dre' What sets the album and songrwiting apart is the intelligent lyrics: 1 Bright Tomorrow (The most 'normal' song on the album...) '80-proof heaven starts kickin' in, but I heard that wastin' your life is a sin...' 2 I Want To Get Cancer (A twisted tale of heartbreak) 'I wanna get cancer... I want to catch AIDS.... Wish I had pneumonia...' 3 Breaking Down 'I busted out now and need a new pick 'cuz the Lithium just ain't doin' the trick I've been gone but I've never been missed. I've been laid but I've never been kissed' 4 Love You Like 'I love you like Kobe loves rape...' 5 Let Freedom Bling (Hilarious social commentary on Bush's 'demands' on the American people) 'I got two Rolexes one for each arm, it's my way of keepin' our soldiers from harm...' 6 I Like The Devil (Uh... enough said) 7 Opposite Intellect (High-energy wordsmithing. What?) 'You're a closet cleric a fact-filled esoteric The one true prophet but you're branded as a heretic...' 8 Keep On Hustlin (A catchy tune about American job outsourcing & employment frustrations? You bet!) ' The Mexicans are cleaning our house & our yard Our tech support is goin' to India 'cuz it's hard To keep a civil tongue in your head when it seems That we're selling off all of our American Dreams 9 The Hamster's Dead (Nothing but one-liner insults... Destined to be the 'Imagine' of this generation) 'You dream of someday playin' Muzak Can't even use your head for a hat rack...' 10) Don't Blame Jesus (Explicit lyrics describe frustrations with 'fake Christians' -Very controversial... and catchy!) 'Don't blame Jesus for bein' a racist narrowminded hate-filled homophobe Don't blame Jesus for being a bigoted hypocritical finger-pointin' asshole...'