Hidden Stash 420

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Hidden Stash 420
Hidden Stash 420 cover.jpg
Compilation album by
ReleasedOctober 13, 2009
Genre Hip hop, rap rock, rapcore, alternative metal
Length2:34:51
Label Suburban Noize
Producer Daddy X and Kevin Zinger
Kottonmouth Kings chronology
The Green Album
(2008)
Hidden Stash 420
(2009)
Long Live The Kings
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
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RapReviews(7/10) [2]

Hidden Stash 420 is a 2009 compilation album from American hip hop group Kottonmouth Kings. It is their fourth compilation album and includes b-sides, remixes, demos, solo tracks by Kottonmouth Kings members D-Loc and Johnny Richter, and collaborations with other artists. The album comprises 40 tracks on two discs. [1]

Contents

The Best Buy edition of the album includes a bonus DVD titled Lost Adventures which consists of two hours of behind the scenes footage and videos. [3]

Track listing

Disc one

#TitleArtistTimeOriginal Release
1IntroKottonmouth Kings0:49Hidden Stash 420
2Can Anybody Hear Me4:23 Greatest Highs
3Take A Ride D-Loc & Judge D 3:44 The Green Album (Best Buy bonus CD)
4Evolution Johnny Richter 3:13Hidden Stash 420
5Say Goodbye To The Tangerine SkyKottonmouth Kings6:55420 Freedom Sampler EP
6D Iz Who I BD-Loc4:14Hidden Stash 420
7Got It Get It Kingspade 4:31
8Stoner Bitch Potluck (feat. Kottonmouth Kings)4:36Strange Noize Tour (2008 promo CD)
9Late Night CallJudge D & Daddy X 4:05Hidden Stash 420
10Lookin' Out My WindowJohnny Richter (feat. Daddy X)3:50
11Mushroom Cloud The Dirtball (feat. Daddy X)3:18Crook County by The Dirtball
12This is for YouDaddy X, Judge D, The Dirtball3:34Hidden Stash 420
13Pack Me Another RipKottonmouth Kings2:17 Greatest Highs (Best Buy bonus CD)
14Purple SmokeKottonmouth Kings (feat. Judge D)4:11420 Freedom Sampler EP
15DemonsKottonmouth Kings (feat. The Dirtball)3:46
16Adventures of ThisKingspade3:42 Sub-Noize Rats (compilation album)
17Superstar Big B (feat. Daddy X)3:34 American Underdog by Big B
18Sick AdventureKottonmouth Kings (feat. Judge D)4:15Hidden Stash 420
19Sacrifice Tech N9ne (feat. Kottonmouth Kings)4:58Strange Noize Tour (2007 promo CD)
20Let the Music PlayKottonmouth Kings4:30Hidden Stash 420

Disc two

#TitleArtistTimeOriginal Release
1Runnin' ThingsKottonmouth Kings3:34 Supporting Radical Habits II (compilation album)
2Wind Me Up (Hed) P.E (feat. Kottonmouth Kings & Tech N9ne)5:11 Insomnia by (Hed) P.E
3Problem AddictKottonmouth Kings (feat. Tech N9ne)3:14Strange Noize Tour (2007 promo CD)
4New VisionDaddy X, Dogboy, The Dirtball4:08Hidden Stash 420
5Rebel MusicDaddy X & Judge D3:55
6We Can SmokeBig B (feat. Kottonmouth Kings)3:07 More to Hate by Big B
7Spark It UpKottonmouth Kings3:14 The Green Album (Best Buy bonus CD)
8Dank in My BrainDaddy X, Judge D, The Dirtball4:38Hidden Stash 420
9GrindThe Dirtball (feat. Johnny Richter)3:21Crook County by The Dirtball
10Miss SmokeyD-Loc & Johnny Richter3:47 The Green Album (Best Buy bonus CD)
11Get Up BrokeNCYDE (feat. Daddy X)3:48 I'm Not a Fan, But the Kids Like It! by BrokeNCYDE
12No Future (P-Nice Remix)Kottonmouth Kings (feat. Brother J of X-Clan)5:06Hidden Stash 420
13Keep it Movin'Daddy X & Judge D3:24
14Don't Sleep on the Streets Sen Dog (feat. Johnny Richter)3:36 Diary of a Mad Dog by Sen Dog
15Bumpin'Potluck & Daddy X3:41Hidden Stash 420
16Tip OffKottonmouth Kings (feat. Judge D)4:04
17ActionDaddy X, Tech N9ne, The Dirtball, Big B3:28Strange Noize Tour (2007 promo CD)
18Funky Rhyme Danny Diablo (feat. Daddy X & Subhoodz)3:39 Thugcore 4 Life by Danny Diablo
19Endless Highway (Full Tank Remix)Kottonmouth Kings3:07Rollin' Down the Highway
20High Hopes4:28 The Green Album (Best Buy bonus CD)

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References

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  2. RapReviews review
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