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Body Count (2) - Murder 4 Hire (DVD)

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  1. Baghead - $ Battle Warrior (two-DVD collector's edition) - $ Black Mass - $ Blood Thirst/Castle of Blood (two films on one DVD; slimcase) - $ Body Count: Murder 4 Hire - $ Bodyguards and Assassins - $ Boneyard (four films on one DVD: Manje/Bleeding Rose/Asylum Night/The Sorority) - $ Bunker: Project 12 - $
  2. Body Count’s debut self-titled album was, admittedly, rubbish, but it was an enjoyably aural fist in the face of Middle America, going to the extent of earning Warner Brothers death threats over the inclusion of the song Cop Killer and getting the attention of everyone from George Herbert Walker Bush to Charlton Heston. The group’s frontman Ice T eventually removed the song from the album.
  3. Original members Beatmaster V, D-Roc The Executioner and Mooseman (the latter a victim of a drive-by slaying) all passed before BODY COUNT's fourth album, "Murder 4 Hire". It's already been eleven years since then as the band's sixth joint, "Bloodlust", and picks up from where BODY COUNT first got started and has never wavered.
  4. At last! Body Count make a return with the much anticipated `Murder 4 Hire', Ice T and Co (Ice T & Ernie C on guitars being the only originals) are back with another disk of quality rap-metal and believe me they do it best! Body Count changing the face of modern metal influencing the genre in the 90's by being the original Rap/Metal band/5(26).
  5. Dec 03,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Body Count - Murder 4 Hire YouTube; Body Count (U don't know me) live on Conan - Duration: VINSIDENT 45, views.
  6. Jul 28,  · Listen free to Body Count – Murder 4 Hire (Invincible Gangsta, The End Game and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  7. Body Count was that band, and I'm sure everyone is aware of the turmoil caused by their controversial track "Cop Killer." 14 years later -- Murder 4 Hire is released. If it's any sort of consolation (probably not) it's better than anything most rap-rock/rap-metal bands recorded during the heydey of that turgid genre.

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