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Ganksta N-I-P*The South Park Psycho

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Rap-A-Lot Records – CDL 57160, Priority Records – CDL 57160
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Tracklist

1Intro1:58
2Horror Movie Rap3:35
3Get Out Of The Game
Featuring [Uncredited]Dope E
5:14
4Rough Brothers From South Park
Featuring [Uncredited]Dope E, K-Rino, Point Blank (5)
Scratches [Uncredited]Triple 6 (2)
5:24
5Black Godfather5:03
6Psycho4:20
7Action Speaks Louder Than Words
Featuring [Uncredited]Scarface (3), Seagram, Willie D
Voice [Uncredited]Lil' J (2)
5:53
8Ganksta Mac4:43
9Smokin Amp
Effects [Uncredited]Triple 6 (2)
3:55
10Disgusting4:39
11"H" Town4:44
12Slaughter4:19
13Paranoid4:36
14Damned Shame4:20
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Recorded At: Sound Arts Studios, Houston, Texas

© 1992 N-The Water, Inc. (ASCAP)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (As Printed): 0 4992-57160-2 3
  • Barcode: 049925716023
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): CPCD 57160 RE1 S2125A 1-1-1 CAPITOL JAX 3 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): CPCD 57160 RE1 S2125A 1-1-2 CAPITOL JAX 4 C

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The South Park Psycho (Cassette, Album)Rap-A-Lot Records, Priority Records4XL 57160US1992
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The South Park Pyscho (CD, Album, Long Box)Rap-A-Lot Records, Priority RecordsCDL 57160US1992
The South Park Psycho (CD, Album, Reissue, Repress)Rap-A-Lot Records, Noo Trybe Records7243 8 40363 2 4US1995

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PaleVillain
I’ll never forget when I first heard “Horror Movie Rap”. I was drunk at this house party during freshman year. I was hanging down on the “bad section” of town. I was all kinds of fucked up off of old e and St.Ides and I start hearing “ A tisket a tasket a bloody bloody basket” and that fat ass bass line starts hitting. I stopped talking and just tried to take in every word Nip was saying. The shit blew my mind. When the song was over the dude snatched his tape out the stereo and left before I could even ask who rapped that shit. It was a couple of months before I finally found out who it was and the album’s name. I still bump the CD in my car every now and then. After hearing that shit I was a Rap a Lot fan for life. I bought everything they put out, 5th Ward Boys,Choice, The Convicts, The Terrorists, TMT: The Baby Geto Boys, Bushwick’s solo shit, Willie D, Scarface. I miss that shit…
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ruderoy121
Edited 10 months ago
Probably the craziest album i ever bought back in the day the man is a lunatic, some of the tracks sound dated now especially Black Godfather, this guy was/is way ahead of his time literally every track is a banger from "Psycho" to "Smokin Amp" to "Get out the game" to "Ganksta Mac" just to name a few, don't do anything stupid after listening to this album someone killed a cop and blamed the album when it first came out.Here comes the jump out boys, let um jump out, i'll get the uzi dope-e, you get the pump out, and lets blast in the dark, thirty six crooked cops just died in South Park..
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Ekdrm2d1
One of the best (original) SPC releases. I like the violent writing.
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MightyMighty
Someone needs to press this record on vinyl…