Hidden Stash III

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Hidden Stash III
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Compilation album by Kottonmouth Kings
Released November 21, 2006
Recorded 2005-2006
Genre Rap rock
Label Suburban Noize
Producer Brad Daddy X
Kottonmouth Kings chronology
Koast II Koast
(2006) Koast II Koast2006
Hidden Stash III
(2006)
Cloud Nine
(2007) Cloud Nine2007
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Hidden Stash III is the second b-sides and rarities collection from the Kottonmouth Kings, released on November 21, 2006, and is a 3 disc CD-DVD combo. [2] [3] The album peaked #199 on the Billboard 200 and #12 on the Top Independent Albums chart on the week of December 9, 2006. [4] The album is composed of b-sides, remixes, solo tracks from Kottonmouth Kings members, and songs by other artists that feature guest appearances by Kottonmouth Kings members.

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.

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Contents

Track listing

Disc One

#TitleFeatured ArtistTimeOriginal Release
1Gone Git HighKottonmouth Kings4:14Hidden Stash III
2Still Smokin' Kottonmouth Kings (feat. Saint Dog)4:01 Droppin Bombs
3Feels So Good D-Loc 3:31
4Things I Do, Pt. 2Johnny Richter3:14 SRH Presents: Supporting Radical Habits
5The Underground Big B (feat. Daddy X)3:20 White Trash Renegade by Big B
6That's How It Goes Kingspade 3:35Hidden Stash III
7Chronic WeedJudge D (feat. Johnny Richter)3:13No Compromize by Judge D (as "Kronik")
8Legalize or Legal LiesDaddy X & Pakelika2:41Hidden Stash III
9Dust To DustD-Loc & Judge D3:11 Subnoize Souljaz
10Police StoryKottonmouth Kings4:30 SRH Presents: Spaded, Jaded, & Faded
11One LifeDaddy X, Johnny Richter & Judge D4:07 Droppin Bombs
12Pimpin' LessonsKottonmouth Kings3:19 Nickel Bag EP
13Set Me FreeDaddy X & Saint Dog4:14 Droppin Bombs
14KarmaKottonmouth Kings4:00Hidden Stash III
15Hit ThatBig B (feat. Johnny Richter)3:34 White Trash Renegade by Big B
16The BombDaddy X3:36 Family Ties by Daddy X
17Same Ole StoryThe Dirtball (feat. Daddy X)3:00Raptillion by The Dirtball
18My SelectaDJ Bobby B (feat. Dog Boy and Kona Gold)6:19 SRH Presents: Spaded, Jaded, & Faded

Disc Two

#TitleFeatured ArtistTimeOriginal Release
1Hidden StashKottonmouth Kings3:38Hidden Stash III
2Keep a LookoutD-Loc, Johnny Richter, and Judge D3:58 Subnoize Souljaz
3Somethin 4 Your StereoSaint Dog (feat. Daddy X)4:47 USA (Unconformable Social Amputees) by Saint Dog (as "Subnoize Anthem")
4Stick Together (Remix)Kottonmouth Kings4:35Hidden Stash III
5Last DazeDaddy X (feat. Dog Boy and Big B)3:24 Family Ties by Daddy X
6Let's RideKottonmouth Kings2:47 Subnoize Souljaz
7Remember MeBig B (feat. D-Loc)3:10 White Trash Renegade by Big B (as "Remember")
8The Lottery (Stackin' Chips Remix)Kottonmouth Kings5:00 The Lottery Remixes
9Batter SwangThe Dirtball (feat. Daddy X)3:20Raptillion by The Dirtball
10Lady KillerJohnny Richter3:04 The Lottery Remixes
11Losin' StreakDaddy X and Judge D2:54Hidden Stash III
12Flyin' HighDaddy X, Pakelika, Dirtball, and Chucky Styles3:30 Droppin Bombs
13SummertimeJohnny Richter, Big B, and Saint Dog4:00 Subnoize Souljaz
14Power Trippin'Judge D (feat. Daddy X)3:41No Compromize by Judge D
15MoneyDaddy X3:40 Family Ties by Daddy X
16Rip N TearDaddy X, Chucky Styles, and Saint Dog3:43Hidden Stash III
17Peace of Mind (Remix)Kottonmouth Kings3:46
18Wake N BakeDaddy X4:19 Family Ties by Daddy X

Bonus DVD

#TitleFeatured ArtistTime
1Everybody MoveKottonmouth Kings4:20
2It Feels So GoodD-Loc3:35
3Where's the Weed At?Kottonmouth Kings5:00
4Put It DownKottonmouth Kings & Cypress Hill 4:17
5Peace Of MindKottonmouth Kings3:47
6King KlickKottonmouth Kings4:10
7Neva StopKottonmouth Kings4:02
8Enjoy (Live)Kottonmouth Kings3:47
9Get Ready Hed PE 3:03
10Mayday Subnoize Souljaz 4:21
11Just MeDirtball2:39
12Uncle SamSubnoize Souljaz5:05
13Road RageMower2:00
14Weapon X X-Clan 2:58
15Let Us KnowSubnoize Souljaz3:39
16Local Dub Too Rude 3:48
17My ShowDirtball3:12
18MindbenderDaddy X3:25
19White Trash RenegadeBig B3:33
20Party OPM 3:43
21Luffy(actual song name is for tonight)OPM3:07
22FreedomDaddy X & Corporate Avenger 5:47
23Lou Dog Presents "Koast II Koast"Kottonmouth Kings8:01

Chart positions

Chart (2006)Peak
position
US Billboard 200 199

Personnel

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