|Released||March 10, 1999|
|Label||Suburban Noize Records|
|Producer||Brad Daddy X|
|Kottonmouth Kings chronology|
Stash Box is the second EP-CD from the Kottonmouth Kings released only in Japan to support the upcoming Japanese tour. The CD was released on March 10, 1999."Dog's Life" was taken from the release ROYAL HIGHNESS and the rest of the songs were released later in the year on the album Hidden Stash .
|1||Dog's Life||Dog Boy||4:26|
|4||Roll It Up||4:02|
|5||Three Horny Devils||4:27|
|7||Old (So High)||4:19|
|8||Shouts Going Out||4:32|
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Royal Highness is the debut studio album released by Orange County, CA, hip hop group Kottonmouth Kings. It was released on August 11, 1998 under Suburban Noize Records and Capitol Records. Rappers on this album are Saint Dog, D-Loc, and Daddy X. This album include guest appearances by Daddy X's other band, Humble Gods, along with Dog Boy from the band Too Rude. The album peaked at number 17 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart on 15 January 2000. The song "Bump" peaked at number 28 on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart. In a 2015 interview with Johnny Richter he stated that he was a member of the group but was not featured on it due to a personal issue with a member of the group at the time of the album's release date.
Hidden Stash II: The Kream of the Krop is the third studio album by Orange County, California hip hop group Kottonmouth Kings. It was released on October 9, 2001 under Suburban Noize Records and Capitol Records. The foundation had been laid down the sounds that the Kings would go on to explore more fully on their next album, Rollin' Stoned. As of the week of October 27, 2001, the album peaked at #100 on the Billboard 200.
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. Combining rap, punk rock, reggae, and alternative rock, Rollin' Stoned is perhaps the Kings' most musically diverse album to date.
High Society is the second studio album by American hip hop group Kottonmouth Kings. It was released June 27, 2000 under Suburban Noize Records and Capitol Records. The album peaked at number 65 on the Billboard 200 chart on July 15, 2000. The song "Peace Not Greed" peaked at number 37 on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart, with its accompanying music video being featured on MTV's Total Request Live as a "Close Call". The song "Crucial" along with a short FMV were included in the PS1 game T.J. Lavin's Ultimate BMX.
Fire It Up is the fifth studio album by American hip hop group Kottonmouth Kings. It was released on April 20, 2004 under Suburban Noize Records. It contains a bonus DVD titled Down 4 tha Krown which contained interviews and videos. The album peaked at #42 on the Billboard 200 chart during the week of May 8, 2004. Other chart successes include the album peaking #4 on the Top Independent Albums and #42 on the Top Internet Albums.
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Hidden Stash is the first b-sides and rarities collection and second official album of the Kottonmouth Kings, released on October 26, 1999. Shortly after the release of previous album, Royal Highness, Saint Dog left the group to pursue a career with his brother Big Hoss, who, according to the song "Big Hoss," was in prison at the time Royal Highness was made. To replace him, they called in their old friend Johnny Richter, who was part of the group until 2013.
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