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Sounds like a good time to play you Cypress Hill's "How I Could Just Kill A Man" in Spanish, aka "No Entienedes La Onda".

Little known fact: The original version was the B-side of their first single, "Phuncky Feel One".

Has iTunes killed the b-side?

How Could i Just Kill A Side?

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Anyway, the quartet from South Gate, DJ Muggs, B-Real, Sen Dogg, and percussionist Eric Bobo will be lightening it up tonight in the LBC at the Vault 350. If you miss em, don't sweat it, they'll be back in August with Rage and Wu Tang and Public Enemy and Immortal Technique and many others at Rock The Bells.

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