|Classic Hits Live|
|Live album by|
|Released||August 12, 2003|
|Label||Suburban Noize Records|
|Producer||Brad Daddy X|
|Kottonmouth Kings chronology|
Classic Hits Live is a live album from the Kottonmouth Kings released on August 12, 2003. They recorded one song from every city of the tour for this 2 disc cd.
|4||Day Dreamin' Fazes||3:35|
|11||Good As Gold/King's Blend/Zero Tolerance||11:03|
|12||What's Your Trip?||3:34|
|13||Walkin' Dream/Rest Of My Life||5:58|
|1||Sub Noize Rats||2:49|
|5||Life Rolls On||4:04|
|6||Peace Not Greed||4:33|
|7||Bong Tokin' Alcoholics||3:39|
|9||Round & Round||2:41|
|12||Tell Me Why||3:06|
|14||Positive Vibes/Light It Up||10:53|
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