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HOP FOREVER!

Everlast kills it lyrically. The beats are sick. One of the best albums during the 90s and most slept on album of all time! They just don't make great rap music like this anymore. Nothin but auto-tune!

HoP at it's greatest!

Hands down best House of Pain album. Everlast kills on this album lyrically. Glad to see that iTunes has made this available. A must have for any Hip-Hop junkie. Everlast, Danny Boy, Lethal, Divine Styler, Coknl O'Dire and Sadat X. What more could you want. COKA!

DJ aceinthehole

By far this is the best HOP album lyrically. Not as commercial as fine malt lyrics but a must must have for any HOP/everlast fan. Earthquake is one
Of HOPs most underrated songs ever.
However while Danny Boy was in the video for Fed Up, he takes a backseat to new members divine styler and cockne odire. House of Pain disbanned
(Everlast left) the day this album dropped.

Biography

Formed: 1990 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

"Jump Around," an impossibly infectious and catchy single, instantly elevated House of Pain from an unknown white hip-hop group to near-stars when it became a massive crossover hit in 1992. It made the band and it also broke the band, consigning them to the level of one-hit wonders. House of Pain continued to release records after their eponymous 1992 debut and "Jump Around," yet none of them gained much attention, partially because of the band's self-consciously loutish behavior. Led by rapper Everlast,...
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