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"First time on vinyl! Ipecac is celebrating their 25th Anniversary in 2024 with special indie exclusive vinyl throughout the year. We’re starting it off with one from label co-founder, Mike Patton and his 2005 project with The X-Ecutioners, which has never been on vinyl before! Mike Patton is the legendary frontman for Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk and countless others, and for this release, he teamed up with one of the most respected DJ crews in all of hip-hop. The collaboration came about after both factions performed a few improvisational live shows together. With the sweet scent of chemistry soon wafting through the air, it was decided to take it a step further - collaborate on a full-on recording. What you get are 23 tracks that approximate a head-on collision between hip-hop and the wild and whacky world of Ipecac."
"First time on vinyl! Ipecac is celebrating their 25th Anniversary in 2024 with special indie exclusive vinyl throughout the year. We’re starting it off with one from label co-founder, Mike Patton and his 2005 project with The X-Ecutioners, which has never been on vinyl before! Mike Patton is the legendary frontman for Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk and countless others, and for this release, he teamed up with one of the most respected DJ crews in all of hip-hop. The collaboration came about after both factions performed a few improvisational live shows together. With the sweet scent of chemistry soon wafting through the air, it was decided to take it a step further - collaborate on a full-on recording. What you get are 23 tracks that approximate a head-on collision between hip-hop and the wild and whacky world of Ipecac."
689230027539

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Ipecac
Rel. Date: 03/01/2024
UPC: 689230027539

General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners [RSD Essential Indie Colorway Silver Streak LP]
Artist: General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $33.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. X-Men Doctrine and Declaration
2. General P. Counterintelligence
3. Get Up, Punk! 0200 Hrs. (Joint Special Operations Task Force)
4. Roc Raida: Riot Control Agent / Combat Stress Control
5. Improvised Explosive Device 0300 Hrs.
6. ¡Vaqueros y Indios! (Joint Special Operations Task Force)
7. Precision Guided Needle-Dropping and Larynx Munitions (PGNDLM)
8. Duelling Banjo Marching Drill
9. Battle Hymn of the Technics Republic
10. Fire in the Hole! 0400 Hrs. (Joint Special Operations Task Force)
11. Convulsive Antidote for Nerve Agent Autoinjector (CANAA)
12. Modified Combined Obstacle Overlay (MCOO) …or... "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Turntables"
13. Surprise Swing Insurgency / Tabla and Tongue Twist Counterattack / "Dragon Seeks Path"
14. ¡Kamikaze! 0500 Hrs. ("Take a Piece of Me")
15. "We'll Paint This Town" -- Throat and Phonograph Fire Support Coordination Measures (TPFSCM)
16. Imitative Electromagnetic Deception (IED) / Digital Nonsecure Voice Terminal (DNVT)
17. A.W.O.L. Block Party Brawl 0600 Hrs.
18. Eastside Multichannel Tactical Scratch Communications (EMTSC)
19. ¡Pimps Up, Aces High! 0700 Hrs. (Westside Swashbuckling Parade)
20. Warcry / Infrared R'n'B Hallucination / Jungle Operations Exfiltration System
21. L.O.L. - ¡Loser on Line! (Hate the Player, Hate the Game)
22. Low Altitude Vocal Parachute Extraction System (LAVPES)
23. Battle Damage Assessment and Repair / White Flag Surrender / "Wake Me Up in Heaven"

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"First time on vinyl! Ipecac is celebrating their 25th Anniversary in 2024 with special indie exclusive vinyl throughout the year. We’re starting it off with one from label co-founder, Mike Patton and his 2005 project with The X-Ecutioners, which has never been on vinyl before! Mike Patton is the legendary frontman for Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk and countless others, and for this release, he teamed up with one of the most respected DJ crews in all of hip-hop. The collaboration came about after both factions performed a few improvisational live shows together. With the sweet scent of chemistry soon wafting through the air, it was decided to take it a step further - collaborate on a full-on recording. What you get are 23 tracks that approximate a head-on collision between hip-hop and the wild and whacky world of Ipecac."
        
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