Sutter Kain Presents Cyco the Snuff Reels
|Sutter Kain Presents Cyco the Snuff Reels|
|File:Cyco the Snuff Reels.jpg|
|Released||October 10, 2008|
|Genre||Horrorcore, conscious hip hop|
|Label||Never So Deep Records|
Sutter Kain Presents Cyco the Snuff Reels is the fifth album by american horrorcore group Insane Poetry. This album marked a new direction in the group’s style, with lead emcee Cyco, the only remaining member, rhyming over tracks that use samples from metalcore songs, courtesy of Queens, New York-based producer DJ Bless, aka Sutter Kain, who previously worked with such artists as Lil' Kim and Mystikal. The lyrical content of the album covers subjects such as the US government, conspiracy theories, religion, and relationships.
- Deliver Us from Evil—(1:09)
- Gods of War—(2:31)
- Jihad [featuring Sutter Kain]—(2:59)
- Satanism and the CIA Part 1—(0:38)
- Welcome to America [featuring Sutter Kain]—(3:14)
- There Will Be Blood [featuring Sutter Kain]—(3:34)
- Satanism and the CIA Part 2—(0:40)
- The Memoirs of a Cyco—(4:00)
- Trails of Blood [featuring Sutter Kain]—(3:39)
- Can Not Save Me—(3:46) [sic]
- Bullet for My Valentine [featuring Sutter Kain]—(3:16)
- My Sweet Misery (Loser Part 4)—(4:09)
- The Final Conflict (Intro)—(1:31)
- The Final Conflict—(2:54)
- "Gods of War" contains a sample from "Armamentarium" by Neaera.
- "Jihad" contains a sample from "And Hope to Die" by Walls of Jericho.
- "Satanism and the CIA Part 1" contains a sample from "Vittroni's Theme—King is Dead" by Roy Ayers from the movie Coffy.
- "Trails of Blood" contains a sample from "Seraph" by Anterior.
- "Welcome to America" contains a sample from "Johnny Carson Didn't Have to Die" by Emmure.
- "There Will Be Blood" contains a sample from "I Know Hollywood, and You Ain't It" by Walls of Jericho.
- "Can Not Save Me" contains a sample from "Counterweight" by Heaven Shall Burn.
- "Bullet for My Valentine" contains a sample from "Choose to Love, Live or Die" by I Killed the Prom Queen.
- "My Sweet Misery (Loser Pt. 4)" contains a sample from "Degausser" by Brand New.
- "The Final Conflict" contains a sample from "The Ballad of Sacco and Vanzetti" by Ennio Morricone & Joan Baez.
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