Organic Soul

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Organic Soul
Organic Soul.jpg
Studio album by Daddy X
Released August 24, 2004
Recorded 2004
Genre
Length1:15:24
Label Suburban Noize Records
Producer
  • Daddy X (also exec. )
  • Kevin Zinger (exec.)
  • Brad Gordon
  • Doug Carrion
Daddy X chronology
Organic Soul
(2004)
Family Ties
(2006)

Organic Soul is the debut solo album by Kottonmouth Kings' frontman Daddy X. It was released on August 24, 2004 via Suburban Noize Records. [1] [2] The nineteen-track record featured guest appearances from Smokin Scotty Dread, E-Mann, Dogboy, and Sky Blue. As of September 11, 2004 the album made it to #18 on the Billboard Top Internet albums. [3]

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. The group has since returned to their original lineup.

Brad Xavier, known by his stage name Daddy X, is a hip hop artist and record producer. He used to be in the punk/hardcore band Doggy Style and the hip hop group Kottonmouth Kings in which he went by the stage name of Brad X. He was the frontman for Kottonmouth Kings, Humble Gods, and X-Pistols. He is married to Anna Rose and has a daughter named Sky Blue Xavier, and wrote a song for her on his debut solo album Organic Soul.

Suburban Noize Records, also known as "Subnoize", is an independent record label based in Burbank, California that specializes in punk rock and hip hop music. The label was founded in 1997 by Kottonmouth Kings vocalist Brad Xavier and Kevin Zinger.

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."The Great Escape"3:31
2."Dyin' Breath"3:21
3."Higher Than High"4:09
4."Irie Feelin"4:07
5."Settin' Sun"5:21
6."Old School Shit"2:30
7."Everybody Must Get Stoned"4:05
8."Grow Your Own"3:11
9."One Man Standin'"4:39
10."Praise Jam" (featuring Smokin Scotty Dread)3:30
11."Peaceful Day"4:45
12."Round The World" (featuring E-Mann)3:52
13."Wicked-N-Riteous"4:10
14."Area 51"2:15
15."Pleasure To Burn" (featuring Dog Boy)4:27
16."Stoney Vibrations"4:27
17."Get Up" (featuring Sky Blue)3:38
18."Sky Blue"5:11
19."Anna Rose"4:15
Total length:1:15:24

Personnel

Bass – Paul Ill (tracks: 7, 11, 16, 17), Scott Koziel (tracks: 1, 3 to 5, 8, 9, 13, 18)
Bass, Keyboards – John Henry (14)
Drums – Lou Dog (tracks: 10, 19)
Drums, Percussion – Tom Brayton (tracks: 1, 3 to 5, 7 to 9, 11, 13, 16, 18)
Executive-Producer – Daddy X, Kevin Zinger
Guitar, Bass, Voice – Doug Carrion (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 9, 11, 13, 16 to 19)
Guitar, Voice – Scott Jensen
Keyboards , Guitar, Horns – Brad Gordon (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 11, 13, 16 to 19)
Mixed By, Engineer – Patrick "P-Nice" Shevelin
Producer – Brad Gordon (tracks: 10 to 19), Daddy X, Doug Carrion
Turntables – DJ Bobby B (tracks: 2, 16, 17)
Voice – Ricky Vodka (tracks: 1, 3 to 5, 9, 13, 18)

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