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Subnoize Souljaz Release Cover of NWA Classic
“Fuck Tha Police” Featuring Daddy X, Judge D
and Saint Dog
Subnoize Souljaz “Blast From The Past” Featuring Classic
Hip-hop Tracks From NWA, Snoop Dogg and More
Subnoize Souljaz have posted their cover of the classic NWA track “Fuck Tha Police” online at http://www.myspace.com/subnoizesouljaz. The track features Kottonmouth Kings Daddy X, Saint Dog and the long awaited return of Judge D. The track appears on Subnoize Souljaz new album "Blasts From The Past", which lands in stores on August 25th, 2009 through Suburban Noize Records.
"When NWA released 'Fuck Tha Police' it was so radical and shocking. It was a hip-hop track that was punk rock in its attitude and delivery in every way. The song was just so scary and controversial, but this was before the LA riots. I remember at that time the LA police were in a complete Nazi state that they used to raid punk rock shows with mace and billy clubs," says Daddy X about the inspiration behind recording the hip-hop classic. "At the same time I remember unheard of acts of violence and intimidation within the black communities that set off a firestorm of rebellion. We thought it would be a great song to cover because it was such an important piece of music, not only to us as musicians but to the history of hip-hop. This was our way of paying respect."
Subnoize Souljaz "Blasts From The Past" features the entire Sub Noize battalion covering your favorite hip-hop tracks in one explosive new album. The album includes Cypress Hill’s Sen Dog and Daddy X from Kottonmouth Kings rocking the Public Enemy/Anthrax anthem "Bring The Noize”, Dirtball covering "Microphone Fiend" and DGAF's Chucky Chuck spitting fire on Snoop Dogg’s "Murder Was The Case". The album is also packed with gems like Judge D paying tribute to LL Cool J with "Mamma Said Knock You Out", while Potluck covers the Luniz "I Got 5 Five On It". With 14 tracks of classic hip-hop, SubNoize Souljaz "Blasts From the Past" reignites a collection of highly influential songs with a fresh spin.
* www.SuburbanNoizeRecords.com *
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