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Reveille Park album for sale by South Park Mexican / Spm was released Apr 30, 2002 on the Dope House label. Carlos Coy's follow-up to 2001's NEVER CHANGE is harder and meaner than its predecessor, almost as if the South Park Mexican had decided to circle the wagons and forget all about trying to court popularity outside his immediate Houston circle. He's still at his best when he's trying to combine R&B with Hispanic and Caribbean influences, such as on the infernally catchy "Suckaz and Hataz," and "Lord Loco's Melody." This combination has a charm all its own, but on this outing Coy is mostly more than happy to stick to his chosen turf--drugs, guns and hoes, all set to the barest of backbeats and the sparsest of instrumentation. Reveille Park CD music contains a single disc with 19 songs. ...See Full Description
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South Park Mexican / Spm - Reveille Park Album Track Listing
|1||Juan Gotti's Chic (Skit) Explicit|
|2||Beach House See All 2 Explicit|
|3||Woodson N Worthin Explicit|
|4||Red Beams and Rice See All 2 Explicit|
|5||Hotel Lady (Skit) Explicit|
|6||Suckaz N Hataz Explicit|
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|7||Latola See All 2 Explicit|
|8||DJ Screw (Skit) Explicit|
|9||Dallas To Houston See All 2 Explicit|
|10||Lobo Wanna Raise See All 2 Explicit|
|11||Get Yo Guns See All 2 Explicit|
|12||Moham Mitchell Explicit|
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|13||Lord Loco's Melody See All 2 Explicit|
|14||Honest Man (Skit) Explicit|
|15||Screwed Up Tape See All 2 Explicit|
|16||For Da Homies Explicit|
|17||I Need a Sweet See All 2 Explicit|
|18||Cool Enough See All 2 Explicit|
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|19||Moment of Slience For "Those Ahead of Us" Explicit|
Reveille Park buy CD music Customer Reviews
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||South Park Mexican is the best|
Reveille Park buy CD music SPM is the best rapper and he shows it by releasing a cd with nothing with freestyles something that hasn't been done only he can do it cuz his music cant be stopped Red Beams and Rice is the best song on this cd and a freestyle that no one can top.
By josearmz10789 (Browntown, TX)
||spm showing off freestyle|
Reveille Park songs spms the tightest rapper that most have never heard of this is his frestyle album and every song is sicker then hell from start to end the skip button isnt needed for this cd as all his other cds spmex is sick i listened to 3rd wish when it came out and intill i heard this cd i always thought 3rd wish was his best cd but this one blew that one out the water its way worth your money if you are a real rap fan you will love this cd.
By travis baldwin (merlin, oregon, usa)
||the best rapper great freestyle|
spm has a great style all tracks are freetyle great album i never see a rapper make a freetyle album with all songs great.
By luismafia12 (dallas texas)
||this is a real rapper|
this album is badass all songs r freestyle.
By luisrap21 (texas)
|**** HELL YA THIZ CD IS DOPE****|
SPM IS THE 1N ONLY HUSTLA HES DOWN 4 THE BROWN 2 THE FULLEST AND ILL BUMP HIS RHYMES ANY TIME ANY DAY DOPE SELLS ITSELF.
By RAIDERSTEAM (HEMET CA)
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Reveille Park songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||3042534|
|Release Date||Apr 30, 2002|
|Recording Time||72 minutes|
|Personnel||South Park Mexican|
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|Never Change CD (2001) Top Seller
Reveille Park CD music Houston, Texas native Carlos Coy, alias South Park Mexican, creates an eclectic and ambivalent mix of dangerous, misogynist raps and pro- and anti-drug cuts (in a previous, teenage life he was a drug dealer) that are often as menacing as they are entertaining. Tracks such as "Habitual Criminal" and "I Must Be High" are hard, truthful slices of Houston gangsta life (the latter with the refrain "I know that I must be high so that I can function") that reveal the pain and the attraction of the thug lifestyle. The backing tracks here are simple and spare, serving to highlight some incisive lyrics ("everybody knows that my back is not dry, if you say it is you are just a damn lie," from "Mexican Radio"). Though many of the raps cover familiar ground, cuts such as the apocalyptic opener "Screens Falling" and the aforementioned caustic "Mexican Radio" make NEVER CHANGE worth the price of admission.
Parental Advisory. Feat.Baby Beesh,Rasheeda,Ushei
Engineers include: Shadow Ramirez, Jamie Ortiz, Jose De Leon.
Personnel: Ayana Hall, Marilyn, Ronnie Spencer, Russell Lee (vocals); Wally (guitar); Lord Zen (synthesizer); Roger Tausz (bass programming).
Introduction by: Marilyn.
Photographer: Clay McBride.
Personnel includes: SPM, Baby Beesh, Rasheeda, Uchei, Coast, Ayana, Russell Lee, Icee Hot, Roger Tausz, Wally, Pete Camarillo, Marilyn.
Producers: Happy Perez, Jamie Ortiz, SPM, Delwin Bell.
|Hustle Town CD (1998)
Reveille Park buy CD music South Park Mexican's first major album and a document of life in Houston's ghettos, Hustle Town is the Mexican-American's most rugged album, full of hunger and ambition, even if it is a bit lacking in terms of both production and polished rapping. Subsequent SPM albums improve upon these areas yet, unfortunately, also lose a bit of this album's enthusiasm. A cult favorite. ~ Jason Birchmeier
Personnel: South Park Mexican (rap vocals); Robin, Sonja Otero (vocals); Grinch, Low-G, Rasheed, Pimpstress (rap vocals).
|South Park Mexican|
3rd Wish to Rock the World CD (1999)
Reveille Park songs Rapper SPM acknowledges a past as a drug dealer, and that former occupation continues to inform his approach to his current career, from the name of his record label, Dope House, to the subject matter of his raps. His is a world of crime and retribution, expressed in language laced with the usual epithets and expletives. The raps are slower and more deliberate, the music more melodic than most other rap, and there are occasional surprises. "Land of the Lost" is a melodramatic narrative that looks back with regret, while "Miss Perfect" is a love rap, an unabashed tribute to SPM's wife. Like other rap label heads, the artist uses his own albums to introduce other rappers on his label. In fact, the album is basically a label sampler, featuring 23 rappers and groups in addition to SPM himself and containing tracks from upcoming Dope House releases. Four of the 16 tracks don't even feature the artist. Nevertheless, he remains the most distinctive presence on the album, and his perspective, while including much of the standard-issue opinions and expressions of the genre, is individual enough to be distinctive. ~ William Ruhlmann
Recording information: Dope House Records.
Personnel: Marilyn Rylander (vocals); Damon Sonnier (saxophone).
Audio Mixers: Shadow Ramirez; South Park Mexican.
|Time Is Money CD (2000) |
Reveille Park album for sale For his first album under his distribution deal with Universal Records, South Park Mexican seems quite comfortable with his increasing popularity, rapping like a veteran here. It's nice to hear him handling most of the album's rapping duties after his previous release, The Purity Album, seemed more like a compilation issued under his name. The production is a bit more polished here than on previous SPM albums, and the rhymes flow much more fluidly than ever before, making it arguably the most well-crafted SPM album to date. If there is one major problem, though, it involves SPM's level of comfort -- he almost seems too comfy here, knowing that he's finally crossed over into major label territory. One somewhat misses the inspired efforts of older, rawer albums such as Hustle Town. ~ Jason Birchmeier
Explicit Lyrics;Aka Spm
Engineers: Shadow Ramirez, James Hoover, "Big Bert" Trevino.
Personnel includes: SPM, Ayana M, Baby Beesh, DJ Kane, Grimm, 2 Tone, Gary L. Moon, Shadow Ramirez.
Producers include: Freestyle, Happy Perez, 2 Tone, Shadow, Mikey.
|South Park Mexican|
SPM: The Purity Album CD (2000)
Reveille Park CD music Houston's Carlos Coy, the mastermind behind both South Park Mexican and Dope House records, is an example of the classic American rags-to-riches story. After hitting bottom as a denizen of the drug underworld, Coy turned his life around, rededicating himself to music. He started Dope House, which began as an underground hip-hop label but soon rose to national prominence. South Park Mexican is Coy's vehicle for self-expression.
On THE PURITY ALBUM, all of Coy's street experiences manifest themselves as cautionary tales. They're couched in funky frameworks so seductive that one might almost miss the harshness of some of the lyrics' scenarios, but there's no mistaking Carlos Coy's ultimate intention. By the album's end, he's taken you on a virtual tour of the underworld, and you emerge on the other side wiser for the journey, and ready to take on the world with a new sense of perspective.
Baby Beesh,Monster & Scrilla, Grimm,Low-G,24/7 Hustlers,
Personnel includes: South Park Mexican (rap vocals); Courtney Jones, Russell Lee (vocals); Miss Asiah, Sevan (background vocals); Baby Beesh, Dum Dum, Happy P, Low G, Diamond, Grimm, Lil' Bing, Shadow Ramirez, Monster, Juan Gotti, Scrilla, Ikeman, Lil' Villan, E, Lil' D, Guero, Smoke Dogg, Hillwood Hustlaz, Rasheed, Major Riley, Christian.
Producers: Happy P, Shadow Ramirez, Seven Tony C, Mario Ayala, South Park Mexican.
|South Park Mexican|
Power Moves CDs (1998)
Reveille Park buy CD music The album that broke South Park Mexican out of the South, Power Moves features a number of his best-known songs: "Holla at Cha Later," "Illegal Amigos," and "West Coast, Gulf Coast, East Coast." It's definitely a more polished and crafted work that his preceding Hustle Town and proves that rap artists can thrive without major-label support. In sum, this is arguably the best place to start when investigating SPM. His later albums are often on par with Power Moves in terms of both rhymes and beats, but none capture the essence of what makes this particular artist so alluring to his cult audience as this breakthrough album. Later albums such as 3rd Wish to Rock the World often go out of their way to feature lackluster guest rappers as well. As a bonus, Power Moves also comes with a second disc that features screwed and chopped versions of many of the album's best songs, as well as his first big hit, "Mary-Go-Round," originally featured on Hustle Town. ~ Jason Birchmeier
Guest Include Dope E,Kid Frost Most Hated,Icey Hott
This is an example of the Southern Rap "screwed" mix style.
Personnel includes: Frost, DJ Screw, Street Military, Fat Pat Family, Most Hated, Dope House Family.