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|Greatest hits album by Kottonmouth Kings|
|Released||January 15, 2008|
|Genre||Rap rock, Hip-hop, Alternative rock|
|Label||Suburban Noize, Capitol|
|Producer|| Brad "Daddy X" |
Patrick "P-nice" Shevelin
|Kottonmouth Kings chronology|
Greatest Highs is a greatest hits album by American rap rock group Kottonmouth Kings.
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Kottonmouth Kings is an American hip hop group from Placentia, Orange County, California. The band officially formed in 1996, describing their eclectic sound as "psychedelic hip-hop punk rock". Kottonmouth Kings are composed of Daddy X, Lou Dog, D-Loc, DJ Bobby B, and newest member/ vocalist, The Dirtball. The group first attracted mainstream attention with the song "Suburban Life", which appeared on the soundtrack to the film Scream 2. The groups original lineup consisted of D-Loc and Saint Dog and Johnny Richter(Johnny left before the recording of Royal Highness) but later incorporated Daddy X and the Dirtball.
|#||Title||Guest artist||Time||Original release|
|1||Wheres the Weed At?||4:08||Koast II Koast|
|2||Full Throttle||4:08||Rollin' Stoned|
|4||Put It Down||Cypress Hill||4:56||Kottonmouth Kings|
|5||Fire It Up||4:08||Fire It Up|
|6||First Class||3:27||High Society|
|7||City 2 City||Tech N9ne, Big Krizz Kaliko||4:12||Cloud Nine|
|9||Peace of Mind||3:37||Kottonmouth Kings|
|10||Tell Me Why||4:12||Hidden Stash II: The Kream of the Krop|
|11||Outcast||3:08||Fire It Up|
|12||King Klick||4:12||Kottonmouth Kings|
|13||Day Dreamin' Fazes||3:37||High Society|
|14||Tangerine Sky||4:12||Rollin' Stoned|
|15||Friends||3:44||Koast II Koast|
|16||Bad Habits||3:51||Fire It Up|
|17||Rest of My Life||5:42||Rollin' Stoned|
|18||Dog's Life||Dogboy||4:23||Royal Highness|
|19||Positive Vibes||3:42||Rollin' Stoned|
|#||Title||Guest artist||Time||Original release|
|1||Can Anybody Hear Me?||4:26||Greatest Highs|
|2||Everybody Move||3:48||Koast II Koast|
|3||Suburban Life||3:34||Royal Highness|
|4||Livin Proof||2:53||Cloud Nine|
|5||Bring It On||3:50||Fire It Up|
|6||King's Blend||4:08||High Society|
|7||Sub-Noize Rats||2:39||Rollin' Stoned|
|9||The Lottery||4:35||High Society|
|10||Think 4 Yourself||Insane Clown Posse & Lady Love||4:08||Cloud Nine|
|11||Float Away||3:59||Rollin' Stoned|
|12||Peace Not Greed||Jack Grisham of T.S.O.L. & Corporate Avenger||4:54||High Society|
|13||Dying Daze||3:25||Hidden Stash II: The Kream of the Krop|
|14||Bong Tokin' Alcoholics||3:45||Royal Highness|
|15||Gone Git High||4:14||Hidden Stash III|
|16||So High||3:50||Royal Highness|
|17||Life Rolls On||3:58||Hidden Stash II: The Kream of the Krop|
|18||Life Ain't What It Seems||3:59||Royal Highness|
|19||No Future||4:07||Greatest Highs|
|20||Rip the Night Away||3:46||Fire It Up|
|#||Title||Guest artist||Time||Original release|
|1||Had Enough||1:39||Greatest Highs|
|2||Pack Me Another Rip||2:20||Greatest Highs|
|3||The Lottery (E-Swift Remix)||4:48||The Lottery (Vinyl Single)|
|4||Proud to Be a Stoner (Remix)||5:24||Greatest Highs|
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