Artist/Band: Body Count Album: Body Count (1992) Genre: Crossover Thrash, Rap Metal Track: 18 Tracklist: 1.Smoked Pork (Skit) 2. Body Count's in the House 3. Now Sports (Skit) 4. Body Count 5. Statistic (Skit) 6. Bowels of the Devil 7. Real Problem (Skit) 8. K. K. K. Bitch 9. C Note 10. Voodoo 11. Winner Loses 12. There Goes the Neighborhood 13. Oprah (Skit) 14. Evil Dick 15. Body Count Anthem 16. Momma's Gotta Die Tonight 17. Freedom of Speech 18. Cop Killer 19. Out In The Parking Lot (Skit)
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BODY COUNT ,1992 LOS ANGELES ,CALIFORNIA WARNER GROUP MUSIC / SIRE RECORDS 1. Smoked Park 2. Body Count's in the House 3. Now Sports 4. Body Count 5. A Statistic 6. Bowels of the Devil 7. The Real Problem 8. KKK Bitch 9. C Note 10. Voodoo 11. The Winner Loses 12. There Goes the Neighborhood 13. Oprah 14. Evil Dick 15. Body Count Anthem 16. Momma's Gotta Die Tonight 17. Freedom of Speech (Spoken Words by Jello Biafra) Uncensored Version 17. Out in the Parking Lot 18. Cop Killer fanpage https://www.facebook.com/BodyCountArm...
"Cop Killer" is a song by American band Body Count, from its 1992 self-titled debut album. The song's words were written by Body Count's lead vocalist, Ice-T, while its music was written by the band's lead guitarist, Ernie C. The song was written in 1990, and was partially influenced by "Psycho Killer" by Talking Heads. The song's lyrics about "cop killing" provoked much controversy and negative reactions from political figures of the time, such as President George H.W. Bush and Vice President Dan Quayle, as well as Tipper Gore, co-founder of Parents Music Resource Center. Others defended the song on the basis of the band's First Amendment rights. Ice-T has referred to it as a "protest record." Ice-T eventually recalled the album and re-released it without the inclusion of the song, which was given away as a free single.
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The Official Music Video for the song “Institutionalized” by Body Count. Directed By: Frankie Nasso Edited by: Dom Mcinerney -- iTunes: http://smarturl.it/iTunes-BODYCOUNT Google Play: http://hyperurl.co/BodyCount_Google Amazon:http://hyperurl.co/BodyCount_Amazon Merch: http://smarturl.it/BodyCount-MERCH -- INSTITUTIONALIZED // LYRICS Yo I came home from work the other day I was tired I just wanted to sit back in my big chair And play a little Xbox You know Relax a little Then my wife comes in She starts telling me I play too much Xbox I said what the fuck do you mean This is just how I relax Can I just play a little Xbox Then she says I saw on Oprah today That guys who play video games Don't love their wives I'm like motherfucking bitch Fuck Oprah I don't give a fuck I wanna play my video games I don't give a fuck about Oprah Oprah ain't got no man You better worry about your motherfucking self I just wanna kill some motherfuckers on Xbox She said You seem like you have a anger problem Maybe you need some help I'm like Bitch call the police now Gonna be institutionalized You'll come out brainwashed with bloodshot eyes You won't have any say They'll brainwash you until you see they way I'm not crazy - institution You're the one that's crazy -institution You're driving me crazy - institution They put me in a institution Said it was the only solution To give me the professional help To save from the enemy myself The other day I go on the internet I'm just trying to check my email So put in my password It says I have an invalid password I know my fuckin' password So then it says go to customer service So I get on customer service I start talking to this dude This motherfucker sounds like he's from India or some shit He says to me Whats your first dogs name I don't know what my fuckin' first dogs name was What the fucks the matter wit you I just want my password Gimme my fuckin' password So then he ends up giving me my password And he says Your password has been sent to your email address I'm like I cant get in my email address What about cant get in my email address do you not understand motherfucker He says oh my god It seems like you have an anger problem You should have that checked out I'm not crazy - institution You're the one that's crazy -institution You're driving me crazy - institution They put me in a institution Said it was the only solution To give me the professional help To save from the enemy myself The other day I'm just sittin' alone On lunch break at my job Trying to eat a ham sandwich Got little potato chips on the side Little koo-aid This motherfucker walks up to me and says Are you gonna eat that Like yeah I'm gonna eat that What the fuck you think I'm gonna do Shove it up your ass Do you understand that that pork can kill you Look motherfucker Pork is not gonna kill me Unless they figure a way To shoot it out of a fucking gun But I might kill you If you keep fuckin' with me He says hey calm down I'm a vegan Fuck a vegan I could give a fuck if you eat sawdust motherfucker Just step away from my fucking sandwich He said do you realize how much sugar is in that kool-aid I said do you realize how much blood is in a human body Do you wanna see it motherfucker Oh my god You need therapy You have an anger problem Ahhhhhhh I'm not crazy - institution You're the one that's crazy -institution You're driving me crazy - institution They put me in a institution Said it was the only solution To give me the professional help To save from the enemy myself Suicidal -- FOLLOW BODY COUNT http://www.bodycountband.com https://www.facebook.com/bodycountofficial https://twitter.com/bodycountband https://www.instagram.com/bodycountofficial FOLLOW SUMERIAN RECORDS http://sumerianrecords.com http://facebook.com/sumerianrecords https://twitter.com/SumerianRecords https://www.instagram.com/sumerianrec…
NOTE: The uploading of this video is not for profit. I own no rights on this album/songs. In deep respect to the artists, i want to share some pearls you won´t hear on the radio everyday...:) From their self-titled debut album, released in 1992 on Sire Records. Ice-T - Lead Vocals Ernie C. - Lead Guitar Mooseman - Bass D-Roc - Rhythm Guitar Beatmaster "V" - Drums I got my black shirt on I got my black gloves on I got my ski mask on This shit`s been too long I got my twelve gauge sawed off I got my headlights turned off I`m `bout to bust some shots off I`m `bout to dust some cops off Chorus: COP KILLER, it`s better you than me COP KILLER, fuck police brutality! COP KILLER, I know your family`s grievin` (FUCK `EM!) COP KILLER, but tonight we get even I got my brain on hype Tonight`ll be your night I got this long-assed knife, and your neck looks just right My adrenaline`s pumpin` I got my stereo bumpin` I`m `bout to kill me somethin` A pig stopped me for nuthin`! ( Chorus ) DIE, DIE, DIE PIG, DIE! FUCK THE POLICE ( repeat ) ( Chorus ) FUCK THE POLICE ( repeat ) FUCK THE POLICE, for Darryl Gates FUCK THE POLICE, for Rodney King FUCK THE POLICE, for my dead homies FUCK THE POLICE, for your freedom FUCK THE POLICE, don`t be a pussy FUCK THE POLICE, have some muthafuckin`courage FUCK THE POLICE, sing along COP KILLER! ( repeat ) I`m a muthafuckin`COP KILLER! COP KILLER! ( repeat )
Artista: Body Count Álbum: Body Count Ano: 1992 Track List (00:00) 01 - Smoked Pork (00:46) 02 - Body Count's In The House (04:10) 03 - Now Sports (04:15) 04 - Body Count (09:32) 05 - A Statistic (09:38) 06 - Bowels Of The Devil (13:21) 07 - The Real Problem (13:32) 08 - KKK Bitch (16:25) 09 - C Note (18:00) 10 - Voodoo (23:01) 11 - The Winner Loses (29:32) 12 - There Goes The Neighborhood (35:22) 13 - Oprah (35:28) 14 - Evil Dick (39:27) 15 - Body Count Anthem (42:13) 16 - Momma's Gotta Die Tonight (48:23) 17 - Out In The Parking Lot* (53:04) 17 - Freedom of Speech** (53:35) 18 - Cop Killer*** * - Censurada em 1992 pela polícia. ** - Música gravada com Jello Biafra que substituiu as 2 canções censuradas. *** - Censurada em 1992 pela polícia.
Album: Cop Killer - 1992
From the 1991 album, "O.G. (Original Gangster)". Also appears on the soundtrack to the movie, "New Jack City". Tracy Lauren Marrow (born February 16, 1958), better known by his stage name Ice-T, is an American musician, rapper, songwriter, actor, record producer, and author. He began his career as an underground rapper in the 1980s and was signed to Sire Records in 1987, when he released his debut album Rhyme Pays; the second hip-hop album to carry an explicit content sticker after Slick Rick's La Di Da Di. The following year, he founded the record label Rhyme $yndicate Records (named after his collective of fellow hip-hop artists called the "Rhyme $yndicate") and released another album, Power, which went on to go Platinum. He also released several other albums that went Gold. He co-founded the heavy metal band Body Count, which he introduced on his 1991 rap album O.G.: Original Gangster, on the track titled "Body Count". The band released their self-titled debut album in 1992. Ice-T encountered controversy over his track "Cop Killer", which glamorized killing police officers. Ice-T asked to be released from his contract with Warner Bros. Records, and his next solo album, Home Invasion, was released later in February 1993 through Priority Records. Body Count's next album was released in 1994, and Ice-T released two more albums in the late-1990s. Since 2000, he has portrayed NYPD Detective/Sergeant Odafin Tutuola on the NBC police drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. In 1991, he released his album O.G. Original Gangster, which is regarded as one of the albums that defined gangsta rap. On OG, he introduced his heavy metal band Body Count in a track of the same name. Ice-T toured with Body Count on the first annual Lollapalooza concert tour in 1991, gaining him appeal among middle-class teenagers and fans of alternative music genres. The album Body Count was released in March 1992. For his appearance on the heavily collaborative track "Back on the Block", a composition by jazz musician Quincy Jones that "attempted to bring together black musical styles from jazz to soul to funk to rap", Ice-T won a Grammy Award for the Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, an award shared by others who worked on the track including Jones and fellow jazz musician Ray Charles. Controversy later surrounded Body Count over its song "Cop Killer". The rock song was intended to speak from the viewpoint of a criminal getting revenge on racist, brutal cops. Ice-T's rock song infuriated government officials, the National Rifle Association and various police advocacy groups. Consequently, Time Warner Music refused to release Ice-T's upcoming album Home Invasion because of the controversy surrounding "Cop Killer". Ice-T suggested that the furor over the song was an overreaction, telling journalist Chuck Philips "...they've done movies about nurse killers and teacher killers and student killers. Arnold Schwarzenegger blew away dozens of cops as the Terminator. But I don't hear anybody complaining about that." In the same interview, Ice-T suggested to Philips that the misunderstanding of Cop Killer, the misclassification of it as a rap song (not a rock song), and the attempts to censor it had racial overtones: "The Supreme Court says it's OK for a white man to burn a cross in public. But nobody wants a black man to write a record about a cop killer." Ice-T split amicably with Sire/Warner Bros. Records after a dispute over the artwork of the album Home Invasion. He then reactivated Rhyme Syndicate and formed a deal with Priority Records for distribution. Priority released Home Invasion in the spring of 1993. The album peaked at #9 on Billboard magazine's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at #14 on the Billboard 200, spawning several singles including "Gotta Lotta Love", "I Ain't New To This" and "99 Problems" – which would later inspire Jay-Z to record a version with new lyrics in 2003. Ice-T had also collaborated with certain other heavy metal bands during this time period. For the film Judgment Night, he did a duet with Slayer on the track "Disorder". In 1995, Ice-T made a guest performance on Forbidden by Black Sabbath. Another album of his, VI – Return of the Real, was released in 1996, followed by The Seventh Deadly Sin in 1999. His first rap album since 1999, Gangsta Rap, was released on October 31, 2006. The album's cover, which "shows [Ice-T] lying on his back in bed with his ravishing wife's ample posterior in full view and one of her legs coyly draped over his private parts", was considered to be too suggestive for most retailers, many of which were reluctant to stock the album. Some reviews of the album were unenthusiastic, as many had hoped for a return to the political raps of Ice-T's most successful albums.