Body Count - Copkiller album downloadPerformer: Body Count
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Body Count - Copkiller album download
Features Song Lyrics for Body Count's Copkiller album.
Cop Killer" is a song by American band Body Count, from its 1992 self-titled debut album.
Artist/Band: Body Count Album: Body Count (1992) Genre: Crossover Thrash, Rap Metal Track: 18 Tracklist: . moked Pork (Skit) 2. Body Count's in the House . .
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Cop Killer" is a song composed by Ernie C with words by Ice-T for American heavy metal band Body Count, of which they were both members. Released on Body Count's 1992 self-titled debut album, the song was written two years earlier, and was partially influenced by "Psycho Killer" by Talking Heads.
Band Name Body Count. Album Name Copkiller. Members owning this album3. Recorded live in Baton Rouge, LA, United States, 15/03/1992. 2. ICE-T - 6 AM in the Morning. 3. 6. Bowels of the Devil.
Body Count is the eponymous debut studio album by American crossover thrash band Body Count, released on March 31, 1992 by Sire Records. The album's material focuses on various social and political issues ranging from police brutality to drug abuse. It also presents a turning point in the career of Ice-T, who co-wrote the album's songs with lead guitarist Ernie C and performed as the band's lead singer.
Main articles: Body Count (album) and Cop Killer (song). The song "Cop Killer", intended to criticize corrupt police officers, encountered controversy, as it was seen as an attack against the entire police force. According to Ice-T, "I thought I was safe. I thought within the world of rock'n'roll, you could be free to write what you want. Hell, I was listening to Talking Heads singin' 'Psycho Killer. Ice-T performing with Body Count in 2006. In 1993, Body Count recorded a cover of "Hey Joe" for the Jimi Hendrix tribute album Stone Free: A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix. The band released their second album, Born Dead in 1994 on Virgin Records. Prior to the recording of Body Count's third album Violent Demise: The Last Days (1997), bassist Mooseman left the group and was replaced by Griz.
|–Ice-T||6 Am In The Morning||5:02|
|–Body Count||Body Count's In The House||3:45|
|–Body Count||Body Count||4:30|
|–Body Count||Bowels Of The Devil||6:01|
|–Body Count||KKK Bitch||3:17|
|–Body Count||There Goes The Neighborhood||7:42|
|–Body Count||Evil Dick||5:24|
|–Body Count||Momma's Gotta Die Tonight||7:47|
|–Body Count||Cop Killer||7:13|
|LL 15488||Body Count||Copkiller (CD, Unofficial)||Live Line||LL 15488||1993|
|FTM 3261||Body Count||Copkiller (CD, Unofficial)||Fuck The Majors (FTM)||FTM 3261||Germany||1994|