Rahzel's Greatest Knock Outs

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Rahzel's Greatest Knock Outs
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Greatest hits album by Rahzel
Released 11 November 2003
Genre Rap, Beatboxing
Length 68:14
Label 2003 Readyrock
2004 Sure Shot Recordings
Rahzel chronology
Make the Music 2000
(1999)
Rahzel's Greatest Knock Outs
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]

Rahzel's Greatest Knock Outs is the second album released by beatboxer and hip hop artist Rahzel.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Knockout!!!! (Intro) – 1:31
  2. Essentials (Remix) F/KRS-One and DJ JS1 – 1:21
  3. Live from London – 1:29
  4. Rahstrumental Breaks 1 (Mechanical Man 1) – 0:44
  5. Nuthin 2 F@%k With (live!) F/The RZA – 1:58
  6. The 4 Elements F/Kenny Muhammad – 1:00
  7. Freestyle F/Black Thought and DJ Hurricane (Tim Westwood Show) – 1:54
  8. Rahstrumental Break 2; Rahzel and DJ JS1 – 1:51
  9. Children's Story F/Everlast – 3:21
  10. Rahstrumental Break 3 (Deep Cover) F/Tonedeff – 1:31
  11. (interlude) with Funk Master Flex – 5:48
  12. Used to be Perfect (Remix) Lynden David Hall – 3:20
  13. '88 F/React and DJ JS1 – 2:51
  14. Tribute to Jam Master Jay F/Supernatural, Rahzel and DJ JS1 – 5:15
  15. The Lesson pt. 1 F/Black Thought, ?uestlove and Dice Raw – 5:06
  16. On ya Block F/Trez – 1:42
  17. Live from Philadelphia F/E.S.T. of 3xDope – 2:21
  18. Get Fresh (Do the Beat Box) F/Milini – 3:19
  19. Night Riders (Remix) F/Slick Rick – 3:07
  20. The Undisputed (interlude) – 1:48
  21. Rahzel vs. Rob Swift – 2:54
  22. Freestyle F/RZA and The Gravediggaz (Tim Westwood Show) – 2:46
  23. U.N.I.T.Y. F/Cee-lo – 1:27
  24. Tribute to Aaliyah (One in a Million Live in London) – 1:14
  25. Guess (U Neva Knew) – 3:46
  26. How Many Times (Remarkable!) F/Keith Murray and Lord Tariq – 4:50

Rahzel's Greatest Knock Outs: Volume 2[edit]

Another volume of Rahzel's Greatest Knock Outs was planned to be released in the summer of 2008. It was to be his first solo album released after splitting with The Roots. But the album was never released. It was to feature two singles called “Ring the Alarm” and “Come Fly With Me (feat. Mike Patton)”.

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