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Killer (Tech N9ne album)

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Killer (2008)
Sickology 101 (2009)

Release date
1 July 2008

Hip hop music, Horrorcore

Tech N9ne

Strange Music Inc

Wyshmaster, Young Fyre

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July 1, 2008 (2008-07-01)

January 15, 2008 (2008-01-15) - March 27, 2008 (2008-03-27)

62:52 (Disc 1) 64:31 (Disc 2) 127:23 (Total)

Tech N9ne albums, Hip hop music albums

Killer is the seventh studio album by rapper Tech N9ne. Killer's album cover pays homage to Michael Jackson’s iconic "Thriller" album cover. With Killer, Tech N9ne has SoundScanned his 1 millionth album independently.


This album was the first album Tech N9ne recorded as a double disc release, containing 32 tracks. (Everready (The Religion) contained two discs, however the second disc was marketed as a bonus disc and not a part of the album itself.) Guests who were featured on the album include Paul Wall, Scarface, Shawnna, Brother J of X-Clan, Mistah F.A.B., Kottonmouth Kings, Hed PE, Krizz Kaliko, Kutt Calhoun, Skatterman & Snug Brim, BG Bulletwound, Liquid Assassin of Grave Plott, and Ice Cube. While Brotha Lynch Hung was confirmed to be a guest on the album early on, he would be absent from the album in the end. It was later revealed that Brotha Lynch Hung was supposed to be on Psycho Bitch II, but he would have been unable to get his verse back to Tech in time, thus he did not appear. He was instead replaced by Grave Plott's Liquid Assassin.

It features production by producers that have previously collaborated with Tech like Michael "Seven" Summers and David Sanders II, as well as new collaborations such as with Tramaine "YoungFyre" Winfrey, Jonah "Matic Lee" Appleby and Adam "Wyshmaster" Cherrington.

On October 3rd, 2008, the music video for "Like Yeah" premiered on The video was directed by Estevan Oriol and featured several cameos such as the songs producer Young Fyre, fellow label mates Krizz Kaliko and Kutt Calhoun, actor Danny Trejo, as well as artists Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E., C-Bo, Glasses Malone, Krondon and Skinhead Rob.

The album debuted at #12 on the Billboard 200 with 36,199 copies sold in its first week.

Tech n9ne killer


Psycho Bitch II

  • "Psycho Bitch" by Tech N9ne
  • "The Phantom of the Opera" composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber
  • Last Words

  • "Don't You Want To Stay" composed by Bill Withers
  • Paint a Dark Picture

  • "Tales From the Darkside opening"
  • Hope For a Higher Power

  • Jim Jones's last speech at Jonestown (November 18, 1978). The audio was sampled from the cassette taped recovered by FBI agents in Jonestown, Guyana after the mass suicide. It is nicknamed the 'Jonestown Deathtape' (FBI No. Q 042).
  • Killer

  • "Thriller" by Michael Jackson
  • Songs

    1Dr Frazier's Office (intro skit)1:20
    2Like Yeah4:19


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