Rhythms from the Crypt - The Best of Sudden Death

by Devo Spice

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From 1986 until 2008 Devo Spice performed under the "group" name Sudden Death. With the help of some of his partners in crime including MC Squared, Tha Perfessor, Piles, and Bozhead, Devo Spice released eight Sudden Death albums. This two CD set brings together the best of all of that music.

Volume 1 is The 21st Century and features tracks from Fatal Accident Zone (2002, which were remastered), Die Laughing (2005), and Fatal Error (2008).

Volume 2 is The 20th Century and features songs from Dead Things Can Rap Too (1991), Noise Pollution (1993), Brain Dead (1995), A Decade of Decay (1996), and Unplugged (1998). All of these tracks have been remixed, remastered, tweaked, and edited to make them sound as good as possible.

In addition there are several exclusive tracks on this compilation including entirely re-recorded versions of "Ozzman" and "My Doctor's A Quack," an updated version of "South Park Junkie" which contains a newly written verse, and an extended mix of "The Mouth" which contains an additional rant by Mr. Zipp.

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released June 21, 2013

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Devo Spice Hardyston, New Jersey

Devo Spice is a nerdcore and comedy rapper from New Jersey who has been called "the red-headed stepson of Weird Al Yankovic and Eminem." His demented brand of hip hop made him one of the most popular artists on the nationally syndicated Dr. Demento Show. In 2011 Devo Spice released the album "Gnome Sane?" and it went to number #28 on the Hip Hop charts on iTunes. ... more

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