Here Come the Horns

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Here Come the Horns
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 28, 1998
GenreHip hop
Delinquent Habits chronology
Delinquent Habits
Here Come the Horns
Merry Go Round

Here Come the Horns is the second studio album by American hip hop group Delinquent Habits.[1]

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Music videos were made for "This is LA" Video and "Here Come the Horns" Video

Track listing[edit]

2."This is L.A."3:11
3."It's the Delinquentes" (featuring Sen Dog)4:16
4."1 Adam 12"3:36
5."Think You're Bad"3:34
6."Here Come the Horns"4:06
7."Western Ways"4:09
8."Shed a Tear" (featuring Sen Dog)4:21
10."Orphan of the Industry"5:08
11."Life is a Struggle" (featuring Sen Dog)4:36
12."Super DJ (Rock the House Party)"4:42
13."Life I Live"3:26
14."Get Up, Get on It" (featuring Mellow Man Ace, Rude & Sen Dog)5:25
15."Western Ways, Part II (La Selección)" (featuring Big Pun & JuJu) 


  • "Think Your Bad" contains a sample from "The Coolest" by King Tee
  • "Here Come The Horns" contains a sample from "Bass" by King Tee
  • "Western Ways" contains a sample from "Smooth Operator" by Sade
  • "Life Is A Struggle" contains a sample from "For Carlos" by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass


  • Dorian "Doe" Johnson - mixing
  • Ivan S. Martin – main artist, executive producer, vocals
  • Alex Martinez – main artist, executive producer, producer, mixing
  • Senen Reyes - executive producer, featured artist
  • Paul Stewart - executive producer
  • David L.K. Thomas – main artist, executive producer, vocals


  1. ^ "Delinquent Habits - Here Come The Horns". Discogs. Retrieved 2017-03-03.