30 Songs, 1 Hour, 56 Minutes

TITLE TIME
4:14
3:43
3:04
3:25
3:50
3:07
4:01
2:55
3:24
3:57
4:05
4:20
4:18
3:58
4:09
3:53
3:58
4:35
4:18
4:10
4:06
3:29
3:50
3:52
4:33
3:33
3:56
4:08
4:29
3:32

Ratings and Reviews

2.1 out of 5

7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Mis-Categorized

Jshaw1967

Does not belong in the Christian category

Mainstream

kennyc99

Definately not anything even relative to Christian music at all. Nothing I would ever buy or listen to. Nasty lyrical content. :/

What is this?

Fabo holly

First off... THIS IS NOT IN THE CORRECT CATEGORY. This is the Christian/Gospel Section what is this Album even doing here?? And secondly... WHY do these songs sound like someone went to their garage, wrote random lyrics down, and decided "Hey Im just going to just make an album this week" This is bad quality music.

About Royal Ruckus

The Bakersfield, CA-based Royal Ruckus got together in January of 1998 between Michael Walker (aka Flatline) and Jamey Bennett (aka Chunjay). With their Christian lyrical inspirations and all around silliness, the musical base of hip-hop is also experimented with a hybrid of punk, ska, techno, and whatever else they could throw in. Debuting in 1998 with the album Microphones, the self-release of Love Us or Leave Us followed in 1999, and eventually the EP of Not What You Expect in 2000. A "best-of" Royal Ruckus was also released that same year entitled Sweatin' to the Oldies. ~ Mike DaRonco

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