Title: Kill Kill
Style: Gangsta, G-Funk
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Kill is the tenth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse, released on March 21, 2006. This release marks the return of guitarist Rob Barrett, who had previously played on The Bleeding and Vile. The European version of the album comes with a live DVD filmed in Strasbourg in 2004 called Hammer Smashed Laiterie. The album was produced at Mana Recording Studios by Hate Eternal guitarist Erik Rutan. Music videos were produced for the tracks "Make Them Suffer" and "Death Walking Terror".
Kill by Cannibal Corpse, released 21 March 2006 1. The Time To Kill Is Now 2. Make Them Suffer 3. Murder Worship 4. Necrosadistic Warning 5. Five Nails Through The Neck 6. Purification By Fire 7. Death Walking Terror 8. Barbaric Bludgeonings 9. The Discipline Of Revenge 10. Brain Removal Device 11. Maniacal 12. Submerged In Boiling Flesh 13. Infinite Misery.
Hard to Kill is the second studio album by American rapper Gucci Mane. It was released on October 24, 2006 via Big Cat Records and Tommy Boy Records. Production was mainly handled by Zaytoven, except four tracks were produced by Cyber Sapp, Nitti, Josh Butler, Chead George and Paul Roach. The album features guest appearances from Black Magic, Mac Bre-Z, Gangsta Boo, Jason Caesar, La Chat and Young Snead. Kiss or Kill is the first studio album by the heavy metal band Endeverafter. It was released in 2007 on Razor & Tie. "I Wanna Be Your Man" was included on the North American release of Guitar Hero On Tour: Modern Hits and released as downloadable content for Rock Band 2. A music video for "Baby Baby Baby" was also made to promote the album during its release. The song "No More Words" was used for former WWE Champion Jeff Hardy's theme song.
Kill Kill" was recorded sometime during 2008 in a studio located at 12 West, 37th Street, 4th Floor, New York City. The song was recorded during the same time that the rest of her album had been recorded. The lyrics of "Kill Kill" were written by Grant while the production was handled by David Khane. The song speaks about a relationship where Del Rey is "in love with a dying man"
|The Livin' Side|
|Sweating These Tears|
|Life Is Like A Dice Game|
|I Rather Die|
|My Past And My Present|
|The Killin' Side|
|Here We Go One Time|
|Watts Up (Part 2)|
|Welcome To My Hood|
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|71001-4||Kill Kill||Kill Kill (Cass)||Laser Records||71001-4||US||1995|
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