Viva la Revolution (album)

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Viva la Revolution
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Studio album by Dragon Ash
Released July 23, 1999
Genre Alternative rock, rap rock, pop rock
Length 53:01
Label Victor Entertainment
Dragon Ash chronology
Buzz Songs
(1998)Buzz Songs1998
Viva la Revolution
(1999)
Lily of da Valley
(2001)Lily of da Valley2001
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Viva la Revolution is the third full-length album by Dragon Ash; released in 1999. It is the first full-length album after Dragon Ash member DJ BOTS formally joined, creating the new hip hop/rock amalgamation sound which they have since become known for. It has been described as "the album where Kenji's polyphagia has been expressed best."

The song Communication is a new version of I Love Hip Hop with a different backing track and vocals to avoid copyright infringement of I Love Rock 'n' Roll.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro" – 0:52
  2. "Communication" – 3:28
  3. "Rock the Beat" – 3:26
  4. "Humanity (Album Version)" – 2:58
  5. "Attention" – 3:30
  6. "Let Yourself Go, Let Myself Go" – 5:05
  7. "Dark Cherries" – 4:01
  8. "Drugs Can't Kill Teens" – 4:34
  9. "Just I'll Say" – 3:17
  10. "Fool Around" – 2:04
  11. "Freedom of Expression" – 4:07
  12. "Nouvelle Vague #2" – 2:35
  13. "Viva la Revolution" – 5:00
  14. "Grateful Days" – 4:49
  15. "Outro" – 1:04
  16. "Hot Cake" (hidden track) – 4:01

Samples[edit]

Communication

  • "Romeo and Juliet Break" & "Scratch Sentence One" from Super Duck Breaks by DJ Babu
  • "Flash It to the Beat" by Flash & Furious 5
  • "I'm Chief Kamanawanalea (We're the Royal Macadamia Nuts)" by The Turtles

Rock the Beat

  • "I Can't Live Without My Radio" by LL Cool J
  • "Kick & Loud" by Geisha Girls

Attention

Dark Cherries

Viva la Revolution

Grateful Days

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mills, Ted. Viva la Revolution at AllMusic