|The Kottonmouth Xperience II: Cosmic Kosmic Therapy|
|Remix album by Kottonmouth Kings|
|Released||April 15, 2008|
|Label|| Capitol |
Suburban Noize Records
|Kottonmouth Kings chronology|
The Kottonmouth Xperience Vol. II: Kosmic Therapy is a 2-disc CD/DVD combo of remixed classic Kottonmouth Kings tracks.
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.
Release Date: July 2, 2008
|U.S. Billboard Independent Albums||45|
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Dustin Miller, best known by his stage name D-Loc, is an MC in the rap rock group Kottonmouth Kings and rap group Kingspade. The group was signed to Suburban Noize. Miller has been a part of the Kottonmouth Kings since they were the P town Ballers (PTB) in 1994. Miller is also known by the stage names DJ Shakey Bonez, and D-Double Dash.
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Saint Dog is an American singer. Originally from Chisholm, Minnesota, he was an original member of the Kottonmouth Kings along with D-Loc and Brad Daddy X. He started his career as part of the hip hop group P.T.B. along with D-Loc and Johnny Richter. Daddy X had joined the group, and Johnny Richter had left for personal reasons. The three remaining members formed the Kottonmouth Kings. He contributed to their first three releases before leaving to pursue a career with his brother, Big Hoss. A small feud between Saint Dog and the Kottonmouth Kings had started after the departure of Saint from the group, but quickly simmered down and soon after disappeared altogether. On November, 18th, 2016 Saint Dog announced he signed a deal with Force 5 Records, a label run by ex Primer 55 vocalist, The DRP, with a new album coming out in early 2017.
Hidden Stash II: The Kream of the Krop is the fourth release from Orange County, California, rappers Kottonmouth Kings released on October 9, 2001. 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.
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David Alexander, better known by his stage name The Dirtball is an American recording solo artist, a member of hip-hop rap group Kottonmouth Kings whom he joined in early 2010, and the punk rock group collaboration X-Pistols with Daddy X of the Kottonmouth Kings and members of So Cal punk group D.I.
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