Rollin' Stoned

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Rollin' Stoned
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Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 8, 2002
Recorded2002
Genre Hip hop, rap rock
Length77:21
Label Suburban Noize
Capitol
Producer Michael Kumagai, Julian Raymond
Kottonmouth Kings chronology
Hidden Stash II: The Kream of the Krop
(2001)
Rollin' Stoned
(2002)
Fire It Up
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Rolling Stone Star full.svgStar full.svgStar empty.svgStar empty.svgStar empty.svg [2]
Yahoo! Music (?) [3]

Rollin' Stoned is the fourth studio album by Orange County, California hip hop group Kottonmouth Kings. It was released on October 8, 2002 under Suburban Noize Records and Capitol Records. [4] Combining rap, punk rock, reggae, and alternative rock (often all in the same song), Rollin' Stoned is perhaps the Kings' most musically diverse album to date.

Contents

The album peaked at #51 on the Billboard 200 chart during the week of October 26, 2002. [5]

Track listing

#TitleGuest ArtistTime
1Magic BusSky Blue0:47
2Sleepers3:52
3Full Throttle4:06
44-2-04:05
5Big Bank (Interlude)0:26
6Enjoy3:46
7Positive Vibes3:42
8Zero Tolerance3:08
9Float Away3:58
10Pothead (Interlude)0:20
11Pushin' Limits3:45
12Pull, Pull (Interlude)0:26
13Rest Of My Life5:40
14Living In Fear The Judge 3:50
15Sub-Noize Rats2:33
16Strange Daze3:50
17Tangerine Sky4:12
18Built To Last3:56
19Waking Dream4:14
20Soul Surfin'4:33
21Endless Highway3:50
22Light It Up8:23

All songs were written by Kottonmouth Kings, except: "Full Throttle," "Positive Vibes," "Zero Tolerance," "Sub-Noize Rats," "Built To Last," and "Soul Surfin" which were written by both the Kottonmouth Kings and Doug Carrion.

Credits

Chart positions

Chart (2002)Peak
position
US Billboard 200 51

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References

  1. Allmusic review
  2. "Rolling Stone review". Archived from the original on October 29, 2002. Retrieved 2012-12-26.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  3. Yahoo! Music review [ dead link ]
  4. Allmusic's Overview on Rollin' Stoned
  5. The Billboard 200 listing for October 26, 2002 Archived August 19, 2014, at the Wayback Machine