|The Green Album|
|Studio album by|
|Released||October 28, 2008|
|Genre||Rap rock, rock, hip hop|
|Producer||Daddy X, Mike Kumagai, P-Nice|
|Kottonmouth Kings chronology|
The Green Album is the ninth studio album by Kottonmouth Kings. It was released on October 28, 2008 under Suburban Noize Records. The album peaked at #5 on the Billboard Top Rap Albums chart, and #42 on the Billboard 200.As of August 1, 2012 The Green Album has sold over 325,000 copies in the US. AllMusic reviewer David Jeffries wrote that "If you haven't figured it out from the album's title, the song titles, or even the band's name, The Green Album is a pro-weed album from aging cottage industry insiders known as the Kottonmouth Kings. [...] [The album] finds them a bit more out of touch with what's happening in the rest of the music world."
|2||Blaze Of Glory||4:00|
|3||Rock Like Us||3:44|
|5||Pack Ur Bowls||3:50|
|7||Don't Give A Fuck||3:20|
|9||Where I'm Going?||4:14|
|10||Puff N Tuff||4:23|
|14||What U In 4||4:10|
|15||Sex Toy||Tech N9ne||5:12|
|18||Green Grass||The Dirtball||4:35|
|20||Plant A Seed||4:30|
|21||Miss Smokey (special edition only)||4:20|
In addition to the different packages sold with the album on Subnoize Records, an extra disc was sold with the Best Buy version, and extended versions of the songs "Time", "Where I'm Going", "Pack Your Bowls", and "Trippin" are sold on the iTunes digital download of the album.
|1||High Hopes||Kottonmouth Kings||4:27|
|2||Take a Ride||D-Loc & Judge D||3:49|
|3||Spark It Up||Kottonmouth Kings||3:14|
|4||Problem Addict||Kottonmouth Kings & Tech N9ne||3:15|
|5||Miss Smokey||D-Loc & Johnny Richter||3:48|
|7||Stoner Bitch||Kottonmouth Kings & Potluck||4:35|
|8||High Fidelity||Daddy X||2:25|
|9||Had Enough||Kottonmouth Kings||1:39|
|10||All Hooked On Something||Kottonmouth Kings||4:00|
|11||Inhale to the Chief||Pakelika||4:19|
|U.S. Billboard 200||42|
|U.S. Billboard Top Rap Albums||5|
|U.S. Billboard Top Independent Albums||1|
|U.S. Billboard Top Rock Albums||13|
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