Joint Venture (album)

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Joint Venture
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ReleasedNovember 15, 2005
Genre Rap rock
Label Suburban Noize Records
Producer Brad Daddy X
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Joint Venture is a compilation album released by the Kottonmouth Kings on November 15, 2005. [2] The album contains new Kottonmouth Kings songs, remixes, and songs by Kingspade, One Session, and Daddy X. The album peaked at #193 on the Billboard 200 and #13 on the Top Independent Albums charts during the week of December 3, 2005. [2]


Track listing

1I'm HungryKottonmouth Kings3:34
2Why Oh Why3:43
4Radio Head4:40
5In God We Trust (feat. Dogboy)4:34
6Better Daze2:58
7Put It Down (Vaporized Remix feat. Cypress Hill)4:38
8It's Still A Dog's Life (feat. Dogboy)3:34
10We Back3:48
11The Game3:40
12Daddy XDaddy X0:25
13Power, Greed, Lies, & Money (feat. Judge D)3:13
14U Are Everything3:44
15Flip The Script RemixesKottonmouth Kings0:26
16Bottoms Up (Last Call Remix)3:39
17Bad Habits (Rehab Remix)4:10
18Fuck The Industry 2 (Let 'Em Know Remix feat. Tech N9ne)3:39
19Fire It Up (Smoked Out Remix)4:09
20Rip The Night Away (Sunrise Reprise Remix)3:40
21DJ Bobby B Presents: "One Session"One Session0:30
22Get Cash4:04
23Live Today (Revival Mix)Kottonmouth Kings3:54
24Peace Of Mind (Dub Remix) (Japanese version only)4:36

Bonus DVD

1King Klick4:10
2Put It Down (featuring Cypress Hill)4:19
3Peace Of Mind3:39
4Bring It On4:10
5Bad Habits3:53
6Subnoize Ratz2:59
7Peace Pipe2:45
10Positive Vibes3:45
11Peace Not Greed3:53
12Full Throttle4:12
13Strange Daze4:17
14The Lottery4:37
15Day Dreamin Fazes3:45
16Zen State4:15
17Kings Blend3:39
19Angry Youth3:33
20UR Done1:36
21Endless Highway3:58
22Rest Of My Life5:39
23Zero Tolerance3:10
25Suburban Life3:37
26Dogs Life4:23
27Dying Daze3:31
28Make It Hot5:38

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