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Kill Devil Hills (album)

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Kill Devil Hills
Image-Kill Devil Hills album cover.jpg
Studio album by DJ Muggs & Ill Bill
Released August 31, 2010
Genre
Label
  • Uncle Howie Records
  • Fat Beats
Producer
Ill Bill chronology
The Hour of Reprisal
(2008)
Kill Devil Hills
(2010)
Heavy Metal Kings
(2011)
DJ Muggs chronology
Pain Language
(2008)
Kill Devil Hills
(2010)
Bass For Your Face
(2012)
Singles from Kill Devil Hills
  1. "Narco Corridos"
    Released: July 11, 2010
  2. "Cult Assassin"
    Released: July 11, 2010
  3. "Ill Bill TV"
    Released: August 11, 2010
  4. "Illuminati 666"
    Released: September 14, 2010

DJ Muggs vs. Ill Bill: Kill Devil Hills is a collaborative studio album by the American recording hip hop artists Ill Bill and DJ Muggs, who were also executive producers of the project with the Fat Beats founder Joseph Abajian.[1] The sixteen track album was released on August 31, 2010, by Fat Beats Records[2] and peaked at #21 on the Billboard Rap Albums chart.[3]

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Transcription

Contents

Production

All songs were produced by DJ Muggs except for tracks #4 and #11 which were produced by G. Rocka and DJ Khalil respectively. G Rocka is also credited for contributing the drum programming on "Ill Bill TV" and "Secrets Worth Dying For". With Muggs starting to incorporate more live instrumentation into his production with this and the other installments in his "Vs..." series, Steve Ferlazzo plays additional keyboards on the majority of the songs and Cypress Hill's Eric Bobo plays congas on "Chase Manhattan".

This is the fourth album of Muggs' "Vs..." series.

The album is dedicated to Ill Bill's uncle, Howard Tenebaum, who died five months before the record release.[4][1]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
RapReviews8/10 stars[5]

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Cult Assassin"DJ Muggs2:47
2."Trouble Shooters" (featuring Sick Jacken, Sean Price & O.C.)
DJ Muggs3:34
3."Paul Stanley"
  • W. Braunstein
  • L. Muggerud
DJ Muggs0:33
4."Illuminati 666"
  • W. Braunstein
  • G. Estrada
G Rocka2:06
5."Amputated Saint" (featuring B-Real)
DJ Muggs3:11
6."Skull & Guns" (featuring Slaine & Everlast)
DJ Muggs3:31
7."Giants Stadium" (featuring Q-Unique)
DJ Muggs2:39
8."The Owl"
  • W. Braunstein
  • L. Muggerud
DJ Muggs0:58
9."Millenniums Of Murder"
  • W. Braunstein
  • L. Muggerud
DJ Muggs3:23
10."Chase Manhattan" (featuring Raekwon)
DJ Muggs2:05
11."Luciferian Imperium"K. Abdul RahmanDJ Khalil0:40
12."Ill Bill TV"
  • W. Braunstein
  • L. Muggerud
DJ Muggs2:29
13."Secrets Worth Dying For" (featuring Chace Infinite)
  • W. Braunstein
  • A. Johnson
  • L. Muggerud
DJ Muggs3:30
14."2013"
  • W. Braunstein
  • L. Muggerud
DJ Muggs1:46
15."Kill Devil Hills" (featuring B-Real & Vinnie Paz)
DJ Muggs3:54
16."Narco Corridos" (featuring Sick Jacken & Uncle Howie)
  • W. Braunstein
  • J. Gonzalez
  • L. Muggerud
DJ Muggs3:09

Personnel

  • William Braunstein – main artist, rap vocals (tracks 1-10, 12-16), executive producer
  • Lawrence Muggerud – main artist, producer (tracks 1-3, 5-10, 12-16), executive producer, mixing
  • Gonzalo Alonzo Estrada - producer (track 4), drum programming (tracks 12-13)
  • Steve Ferlazzo - additional keyboards (tracks 1, 4, 6-7, 9-10, 12-16)
  • Jaymes Quirino - mastering
  • Ernie "Ern Dog" Medina - recording
  • Eric "Bobo" Correa - congas (track 10)
  • Khalil Abdul-Rahman - producer (track 11)
  • Joseph Abajian - executive producer
  • Jeferson Fernandes - cover artwork
  • Donna McLeer - graphics & layout
  • Eden Braunstein - photography
  • Jack Gonzales - featured artist (tracks 2, 16)
  • Louis Freese - featured artist (tracks 5, 15)
  • Anthony Quiles - featured artist (track 7), additional vocals (track 14)
  • Omar Credle - featured artist (track 2)
  • Sean Price - featured artist (track 2)
  • Erik Schrody - fearured artist (track 6)
  • George Carroll - featured artist (track 6)
  • Corey Woods - featured artist (track 10)
  • Aaron Johnson - featured artist (track 13)
  • Vincenzo Luvineri - featured artist (track 15)

References

  1. ^ a b "DJ Muggs Vs Ill Bill - Kill Devil Hills". Discogs. Retrieved March 6, 2017.
  2. ^ "Kill Devil Hills, by Ill Bill". Ill Bill. Retrieved March 6, 2017.
    - "Kill Devil Hills by DJ Muggs & Ill Bill". iTunes. Retrieved March 6, 2017.
  3. ^ "Rap Music: Top Rap Albums Chart". Billboard. Retrieved March 6, 2017.
  4. ^ Paine, Jake (March 28, 2010). "Non-Phixion Affiliate "Uncle Howie" Tenenbaum Dies". HipHopDX. Retrieved March 6, 2017.
  5. ^ Juon, Steve (August 31, 2010). "Ill Bill & DJ Muggs :: Kill Devil Hills". RapReviews. Retrieved March 6, 2017.

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