Someones Going To Get Their Head Kicked In - Wolfpac - Evil Is ... (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download Someones Going To Get Their Head Kicked In - Wolfpac - Evil Is ... (Vinyl, LP, Album)
2004
Label: Mega force - MEGA1298LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore


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8 thoughts on “ Someones Going To Get Their Head Kicked In - Wolfpac - Evil Is ... (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Mar 08,  · In addition, "Evil Is" contains 2 brand new songs (Lullaby for the Insane and Someone's Going to Get Their Head Kicked In.) Wolfpac even collaborated with the Bloodhound Gang's Jimmy Pop Ali and Dj Q-Ball for a hidden track that is too offensive to name. All in all, this is an excellent album and I recommend it to anyone that is a fan of ICP /5(10).
  2. Jan 16,  · Check out Evil Is [Explicit] by Wolfpac on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on surptakaconsmimi.meobaipsychwocorisylegafermerof.co(7).
  3. What do you have when you take the death/evil lyrics of the darkest metal and add it to rap? The answer is Wolfpac. The lyrics here are very twisted and dark, focusing heavily on murder and necrophilia. The music is almost pure rap, with occasional brief bits of metal. They even throw out their 6/
  4. Someone's Going To Get Their Head Kicked In (as M. Bowe) and 10 more Wolfpac - Evil Is (Album) 2 versions.
  5. In addition, "Evil Is" contains 2 brand new songs (Lullaby for the Insane and Someone's Going to Get Their Head Kicked In.) Wolfpac even collaborated with the Bloodhound Gang's Jimmy Pop Ali and Dj Q-Ball for a hidden track that is too offensive to name. All in all, this is an excellent album and I recommend it to anyone that is a fan of ICP.

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