The Coup: Kill My Landlord, CD
The Coup: Kill My Landlord, CD
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The Coup
Kill My Landlord
  • CD
  • United States
CD reissue, originally released 1993
  • Wild Pitch Records
  • (98842 00059)
  • 13 Tracks
  • UPC 898842000599
  • EX+ / EX+
  • used

tracks

1

Dig It!

4:17
2

Not Yet Free

6:12
3

Fuck A Perm

0:43
4

The Coup

4:26
5

I Know You

6:25
6

I Ain't The Nigga

4:31
7

Last Blunt

5:21
8

Funk

6:11
9

Liberation Of Lonzo Williams

4:50
10

Pam's Song

2:05
11

Fo Da Money

5:40
12

Foul Play

4:01
13

Kill My Landlord

Rap
  • Elements Of Change
6:20

Credits

Arranged by
  • Boots
Artwork by
  • Rosana Ragusa
  • Amy Fine
Engineer
  • Bruce Leighton
  • Matt Kelley
Flute
  • Kim Jackson
Harmonica
  • Carlos Zialcita
Keyboards
  • Bruce Leighton
Mastered by
  • Carlton Batts
  • Chris Gehringer
  • Leon Zervos
Mixed by
  • Mike Hersh
Organ
  • Carl Wheeler
  • Jeff Katzman
Photography
  • Carl Posey
Piano
  • Degi The Problem Child
  • Will Hammond
Producer
  • Boots
Saxophone
  • Neckbone Waters
Scratches
  • Pam The Funkstress
  • DJ O
Vocals
  • Chuck The Pharoah
  • Ebow
  • Kim Jackson
  • Neico Slater
  • Osagyefo Shaka
  • Robyn Johnson
  • Thembia M'Shaka
  • Valisa Johnson
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