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  • (Hed) Pe pride themselves in their station as a rap-metal hybrid who aren t just about a predictable guitar assault with a few tossed in rhymes. The California band truly exists as both hip-hop innovators and metal provocateurs (mixing in a few other styles to boot). It s a mixture best appreciated in the live setting, and the 2008 record (as paired with a DVD) brings you as close to the experienc

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Truth be told, since the blunted triumphs of their eponymous debut and 1993’s Black Sunday, Cypress Hill have been in a steady creative tailspin. Tellingly, on this live disc, recorded at the legendary San Francisco venue, it’s the trio’s genuinely entertaining performances of early material such as ”Real Estate” and ”How I Could Just Kill a Man” that stand out. But the percussive accompaniment and fuzzy guitars the group draft to dress up the rest of their material simply make the proceedings repetitive and tiresome and obscure B-Real’s distinctive whine and Muggs’s production–the group’s two greatest assets. Thankfully, there is a return to their most potent material toward the end, but it doesn’t save this release from being a cursory footnote in their discography. For completists only. –Del F. Cowie

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