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Stay True - Deez Nuts

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Genre: Hip-Hop & Rap / Artist: Deez Nuts / Audio CD released 2009-04-20 at Stomp

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      23.02.2009 17:27
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      Deez Nuts formed from when the Metalcore band I Killed The Prom Queen decided to split, JJ Peters orginally the drummer, wanted to make a hardcore rap band. JJ made his first promo himself doing drums, vocals and guitars himself but on making Deez Nuts first album he recruited old band mate Sean Kennedy for bass and a few other old friends.

      Containing elements of Rap, Punk and Metal there is something in this album for everyone. Incuding a rhythmic rapping style, melodic guitar rhythms and Gang Vocals.

      The Album hasnt had any singles yet but a lot of interest has sparked from major labels from the few tours they have done. A definite band to watch for the future. Also contains a 'Beastie Boys' cover for Fight For Your Right

      Recommended Songs:
      Your Mother Should of Swallowed You
      Love. Hate
      I Hustle Everyday
      Fight For Your Right
      Move Back

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  • Product Details

    Disc #1 Tracklisting
    1 Stay True
    2 Damn Right
    3 Love Hate
    4 Fuck What You Think
    5 I Hustle Everyday
    6 It's Like That And That's The Way It Is
    7 Tonight We're Gonna Party
    8 Like There's No Tomorrow
    9 Your Mother Should've Swallowed You
    10 Move Back
    11 Never Grow Up
    12 FTW
    13 Fight For Your Right