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Pick a Bigger Weapon

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Recorded  2005−2006
Artist  The Coup
Producer  Boots Riley
Length  65:13
Release date  25 April 2006
Label  Epitaph Records
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Released  April 25, 2006 (United States) April 24, 2006 (United Kingdom)
Pick a Bigger Weapon (2006)  Sorry to Bother You (2012)
Genres  Hip hop music, West Coast hip hop
Similar  The Coup albums, Hip hop music albums

Pick a Bigger Weapon is the fifth studio album by American rap group The Coup, released April 25, 2006 on Epitaph Records. Rolling Stone included the album at 49 in its list of the top 50 albums of 2006 [1] and about.com listed the album at 9 in its Best Rap Albums of 2006 list. The album illustrations is created by new media artist Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung.

Contents

The coup pick a bigger weapon bullets and love


Track listing

  1. "Bullets and Love (Introduction)"
  2. "We Are the Ones"
  3. "Laugh/Love/Fuck"
  4. "My Favorite Mutiny" (featuring Black Thought and Talib Kweli)
  5. "IJustWannaLayAroundAllDayInBedWithYou"
  6. "Head (of State)"
  7. "ShoYoAss"
  8. "Yes 'Em to Death"
  9. "Ass-Breath Killers"
  10. "Get That Monkey off Your Back"
  11. "MindFuck (A New Equation)"
  12. "Two Enthusiastic Thumbs Down"
  13. "I Love Boosters!"
  14. "Tiffany Hall"
  15. "BabyLet'sHaveABabyBeforeBushDoSomethin'Crazy" (featuring Sylk-E. Fyne)
  16. "Captain Sterling's Little Problem" (featuring Tom Morello)
  17. "The Stand"

Samples

  • "My Favorite Mutiny"
  • "Half Past Love" by Lenny Williams
  • Personnel

  • All songs produced by Boots Riley except "The Stand", produced by Organized Elements.
  • Boots Riley - vocals, lyrics, claps, drum programming, mixing
    Pam The Funkstress - turntables
    Matt Kelley - mixing

    Songs

    1Bullets & Love (Introduction)1:29
    2We Are the Ones4:15
    3Laugh/Love/Fuck3:47

    References

    Pick a Bigger Weapon Wikipedia


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