Hidden Stash 5 - Bong Loads & B-Sides

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Kottonmouth KingsJune 15, 2011
Hip-Hop/Rap℗ 2011 Royal Family Collection / United Family Music
21
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Hidden Stash V: Bong Loads & B-Sides is the fourth b-sides and rarities collection by the Kottonmouth Kings. It contains b-sides and remixes from the albums Long Live The Kings and Sunrise Sessions. Unlike Hidden Stash III and Hidden Stash 420, Hidden Stash V does not contain songs by other artists that feature Kottonmouth Kings members. Certain versions of the album include a bonus DVD that includes pranks, music videos, and revisions.

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Songs
1
Rise Above4:09
2
Boom Clap Sound (feat. Chris Webby)5:28
3
Dead N Gone4:21
4
Life For Me5:32
5
Down 4 Life (Smash Remix) (feat. Paulo Gomes)4:54
6
Back In Cali4:37
7
Kalifornia (West Coast Remix)4:11
8
Legalize It5:53
9
All I Need (Supersonic Remix)3:46
10
Party Monster (After Hour Mix)5:08
11
Soon Come5:02
12
Reefer Madness (Smoked Out Mix)4:35
13
New World Stoners4:49
14
Enjoy The Ride3:51
15
Cruizin' (Sunsplash Remix)4:09
16
Summertime3:32
17
Life Is Beautiful4:26
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Additional Information

Total length
1:18:32
Tracks
17
Released
October 23, 2015
Label
℗ 2011 Royal Family Collection / United Family Music
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
Internet connection
Required for streaming and downloading
Playback information
Via Google Play Music app on Android v4+, iOS v7+, or by exporting MP3 files to your computer and playing on any MP3 compatible music player
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