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The SubNoize Souljaz is: Daddy X D-Loc Richter Saint Dog Judge D Big B John E. Necro Chucky Styles Just Cause Pakelika Dirtball Whenever a general goes to war, he calls upon his best soldiers to lead him to victory. On August 29th, 2006, Suburban Noize Records proudly goes to war with the release of SubNoize Souljaz “Droppin' Bombs,” a 20 song collaboration unifying a roster of artists currently making waves in the world of underground music. SubNoize Souljaz “Droppin' Bombs” features the very best that underground music has to offer today. This army is comprised of Daddy X, D-Loc and Richter of the Kottonmouth Kings ; white trash renegade Big B , who also appears on the hit A&E television series Inked ; Jared from (hed)p.e. ; influential lyrical activist Brother J of the legendary X Clan ; political rapper Judge D ; underground sensation Dirtball ; punk rockers Last Laugh ; Psychopathic Records very own Twiztid and a host of other rising stars. “For years Suburban Noize has been more like a family than a record label. We've always made guest appearances on each other's records, toured together and supported one another to push everyone's success to new heights,” says Daddy X of Kottonmouth Kings. “This record is not only a great creative experience but a great way to show the unity between everyone.” One of the most surprising tracks on the album comes on the title track “Droppin' Bombs” featuring Psychopathic Records Twiztid, Big B, Dirtball and Daddy X of Kottonmouth Kings. The song unites two of the biggest forces in the world of underground music on one track. "It was time to show the underground that the controversial beef between Twiztid and us was laid to rest," says Daddy X. "It was great to bring the Psychopathic and Sub Noize families together." Other notable tracks on the album include X Clan's Brother J, Daddy X and Tristate from One Session coming together in a moment of hip hop bliss on “Locomotive;” the original “Royal Highness” line-up of the Kottonmouth Kings re-uniting to create “Still Smokin';” while Johnny Richter teams up with punk rockers Last Laugh on the album closing “Camp Radd,” a song about the good times they shared together. For over a decade Suburban Noize Records has been creating an underground empire, marketing and distributing over 20 artists including Kottonmouth Kings, (hed)pe , Authority Zero , and the legendary X Clan . Ignored at large by mainstream media, Suburban Noize Records popularity continues to thrive as an alternative to the corporate labels. With over 20 tracks that range from banging hip-hop to full on aggressive punk rock, SubNoize Souljaz have created an arsenal of smoking tracks for their assault against the corporate music world. Join the army or prepare to be annihilated. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.