Reveille Park

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Reveille Park
Studio album by South Park Mexican
Released May 5, 2002
Genre Gangsta rap, Chicano rap, Freestyle rap
Label Dope House Records
Producer South Park Mexican
Shadow Ramirez
Lord Loco
South Park Mexican chronology
Never Change
Reveille Park
When Devils Strike
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Reveille Park is the eighth album by South Park Mexican. It was released on Dope House Records in 2002 shortly after SPM was incarcerated for statutory rape.[2][3][4][5] Most of the tracks on this album are freestyle rapping. There was a "Chopped & Screwed" version of the album released on August 26, 2002. Coy stated that the entire album was recorded in two days. It was recorded at his house by his long-time friend and record producer Filero, who also added to the production of the album. It was mixed and mastered by James Hoover at Digital Services in Houston, Texas.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Juan Gotti's Chic" (skit) 0:32
2. "The Beach House" 5:03
3. "Woodson N Worthin'" (featuring Low-G) 6:37
4. "Red Beams & Rice" (featuring Juan Gotti & Mark Schooler) 6:00
5. "Hotel" (skit) 0:57
6. "Suckerz N Hataz" (featuring JC & Uchie) 5:17
7. "Iatola" 4:13
8. "DJ Screw" (skit) (Live) (Recorded at a Dallas Concert) 0:19
9. "Dallas to Houston" 5:39
10. "Lobo Wanna Raise" (featuring Uchie) 5:39
11. "Get Yo Guns" (featuring Big Flake) 5:19
12. "Moham Mitchell" 4:44
13. "Lord Loco's Melody" (featuring JC) 4:20
14. "Honest Man" (skit) 0:38
15. "Screwed Up Tape" (featuring Low-G & Rasheed) 4:29
16. "For da Homies" 4:39
17. "I Need a Sweet" (featuring Angela Perez & Baby Beesh) 4:10
18. "Cool Enough" (featuring JC) 3:54
19. "A Moment of Silence for "Those Ahead of Us"" 0:11

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peak
Billboard 200 149
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 48
Top Independent Albums 8