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Large Unused 1993 Cypress Hill Black Sunday Advertising Jacket Patch
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This item is already soldLarge Unused 1993 Cypress Hill Black Sunday Advertising Jacket Patch
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The picture shows a view of this Large Unused 1993 Cypress Hill Black Sunday Advertising Jacket Patch. It features the album or CD art of a cemetary on a hill from the band's second recording. It was made in England of imprinted cloth and has a sewn edge. The patch measures 11-3/4'' x 14-1/4''. It is in mint unused condition as pictured. Below here is some information found on Cypress Hill and this album:

Black Sunday
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Studio album by Cypress Hill
Released: July 20, 1993
Recorded: 1992-1993
Genre: Latin rap/Gangsta rap
Length: 43:35
Label: Ruffhouse/Columbia Records
Producer(s): DJ Muggs, T-Ray
Cypress Hill chronology
Cypress Hill (1991)
Black Sunday (1993)
Cypress Hill III: Temples of Boom (1995)

Black Sunday is the second album by rap group Cypress Hill. It was released on July 20, 1993. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, recording the highest Soundscan for a rap group at the time. The album went double Platinum in the U.S. The first single, ''Insane in the Brain,'' became a crossover hit, initiating their following among rock audiences. The song ''Hits from the Bong'' was used in the movie How High. In 1998, the album was selected as one of The Source Magazine's 100 Best Rap Albums.

Track listing
1. ''I Wanna Get High'' - 2:54
2. ''I Ain't Goin' Out Like That'' - 4:27
3. ''Insane In The Brain'' - 3:29
4. ''When The Shit Goes Down'' - 3:08
5. ''Lick A Shot'' - 3:23
6. ''Cock The Hammer'' - 4:25
7. ''Lock Down'' - 1:17
8. ''3 Lil' Putos'' - 3:39
9. ''Legalize It'' - 0:46
10. ''Hits From The Bong'' - 2:40
11. ''What Go Around Come Around, Kid'' - 3:42
12. ''A To The K'' - 3:27
13. ''Hand On The Glock'' - 3:32
14. ''Break 'Em Off Some'' - 2:46

Over a decade has passed since Cypress Hill left their impact on hiphop and mainstream culture with their self-titled debut in 1991 and Black Sunday in 1993. Those albums had everyone from hiphop heads to potheads singing along to anthems about ''Pigs,'' ''Hits from the Bong,'' and ''How I Could Just Kill a Man'' and of course the frat boy favorite ''Insane in the Brain.'' MARC MATSUI

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Large Unused 1993 Cypress Hill Black Sunday Advertising Jacket Patch


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