|Studio album by Leak Bros|
|Released||July 13, 2004|
|Genre||Hip hop, alternative hip hop|
|Label|| Eastern Conference Records |
Waterworld, is the only studio album by American hip hop duo Leak Bros, which consisted of Cage and Tame One. It was released on July 13, 2004 under Eastern Conference Records.
Leak Bros is an American hip hop duo consisting of New York rapper Cage and New Jersey rapper Tame One.
Christian Palko, better known by his stage name Cage, is an American rapper and actor from Middletown, Orange County, New York. He spent most of his career on the labels Definitive Jux and Eastern Conference. He has released four solo albums, from Movies for the Blind (2002) to Kill the Architect (2013), in addition to two compilation albums and two extended plays.
Rahem Brown, better known by his stage name Tame One, is an American hip hop recording artist from New Jersey. He is founding member of duos such as Artifacts and Leak Bros, as well as the hip hop supergroup The Weathermen. Tame One, along with Jay Burnz Jay, are Founder and Co-founder of the super hip hop group The Boom Skwad since 1992, of which Tame One is President. He appointed Jay Burnz Jay as Vice President of The Boom Skwad.
Every song on Waterworld is about the drug PCP. Street names for PCP like "water," "wet," "leak," "fry", "sherm," "dip," "death," "angel dust," "dust," "purple rain," "embalming fluid," and "formaldehyde" are all constantly referenced throughout the album. Cage and Tame One frequently mention "dipping" cigarettes, blunts and other smoking material in PCP.
Phencyclidine (PCP), also known as angel dust among other names, is a drug used for its mind-altering effects. PCP may cause hallucinations, distorted perceptions of sounds, and violent behavior. As a recreational drug, it is typically smoked, but may be taken by mouth, snorted, or injected. It may also be mixed with cannabis or tobacco.
The album features production from Camu Tao, DJ Mighty Mi, El-P, J-Zone, RJD2, Mondee, Grimace, Kool Mellow Max 165, and Emz. Guest vocal appearances include Yak Ballz.
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The single "Got Wet" b/w G.O.D. was released on July 20, 2004.Waterworld is the only release of the group.
|1.||"PCP Ward (Intro)"||DJ Mighty Mi||0:48|
|2.||"Got Wet" (featuring Yak Ballz)||Camu Tao||4:01|
|7.||"Follow the Liters"||Grimace||2:53|
|8.||"Dead"||DJ Mighty Mi, Camu Tao||4:27|
|9.||"Druggie Fresh"||Kool Mellow Max 165||2:38|
|11.||"Leakie Leak (Skit)"||DJ Mighty Mi||0:25|
|12.||"Stargate"||DJ Mighty Mi||2:01|
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