Resident Alien (2) ‎– It Takes A Nation Of Suckers To Let Us In

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1 Intro
Voice [Uncredited] – Prince Paul
1:20
2 The Resident Alien 4:07
3 I Yam What I Yam 4:08
4 The Ox Tail, The Burger & Chic 5:01
5 Miss Lee 2:46
6 Shakey Ground
Rap [Uncredited] – Dres, Mixmaster MaseScratches [Uncredited] – Mixmaster Mase
3:33
7 Ardicle Don 4:48
8 Horrorscope 4:04
9 Midtro
Voice [Uncredited] – Prince Paul
0:37
10 Ooh The Dew Doo Man
Rap [Uncredited] – Mic Teluxe*
2:11
11 Mr. Boops 3:38
12 Alone 4:28
13 State Of Emergency 4:15
14 Are You Ready 3:40
15 We Na Play 3:15
16 Wanna Be (Russell) 3:44
17 Mother's Day 5:07
18 Third World 4:28
19 Extro
Voice [Uncredited] – Prince Paul
0:42
20 Welcome To America 2:05

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Unreleased 1992 Resident Alien album, leaked in limited quantities before its slated release (and subsequently shelved prior to commercial release after Def Jam pulled the plug on Prince Paul's Dew Doo Man Records record label), years later ripped and given away freely on select hip hop blogs.

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HORRORCITY

HORRORCITY

August 2, 2018
Shaky ground vocals not giving any credit by prince paul as usual superstar of horror city i wonder why my good friend
pyenapple

pyenapple

May 10, 2015

Perfectly decent golden era album. It's a shame it was never actually released, it would've reached more ears. To be fair, Russell Simmons was correct—this wasn't ever going to be a hit album, but it would've added another release to the already dizzying array of great hip hop albums put out in that classic five-year span. It's definitely an uneven album, with a few filler moments, and the cringingly lazy and cartoonish racism of "The Ox Tail, The Burger & Chic". Much of the album is worth hearing, though, particularly for that early '90s Prince Paul playfulness. Check the single "Ooh The Dew Doo Man" first.