The Psycho Realm

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The Psycho Realm
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Studio album by Psycho Realm
Released October 28, 1997
Recorded 1996-1997
Genre Hip hop, Gangsta Rap, underground hip hop
Length 57:33
Label Ruffhouse/Columbia Records
Producer Jacken & B-Real
Psycho Realm chronology
The Psycho Realm
(1997)
A War Story Book I
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

The Psycho Realm is the first album of the hip hop group Psycho Realm. At this time the group consisted of Jacken, Duke, and B-Real. Later on B-Real had to leave the group due to his commitment to Cypress Hill. This album has no featured guests. 'Confessions of a Drug Addict' contains a sample from the film The Doors.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Psycho City Blocks/Psycho Interlude" 4:51
2. "Showdown" 4:32
3. "The Big Payback" 3:32
4. "Premonitions" 2:39
5. "Interlude/Stone Garden/Interlude" 5:11
6. "Temporary Insanity" 3:51
7. "Doors Intro/Confessions of a Drug Addict" 4:06
8. "Who Are You Interlude/Bullets" 5:07
9. "Love Letters Intro/Love from the Sick Side" 3:17
10. "R.U. Experienced/Outro" 4:28
11. "Psyclones" 3:23
12. "Lost Cities" 4:43
13. "La Conecta Intro/La Conecta (Pt. 1)" 4:12
14. "La Conecta (Pt. 2)/Goin' In Circles Outro" 3:50

Samples[edit]

Title Sample(s)
Confessions of a Drug Addict "The End" by The Doors

"Sitting by the Window" by Moby Grape
"Funky President" by James Brown

Interlude/Stone Garden/Interlude "In the Rain" by The Dramatics

"Too Late to Turn Back Now" by Jackie Mittoo

Temporary Insanity "Wonderful One" by Paul Whiteman
La Conecta Intro/La Conecta (Pt. 1) "I Never Thought You'd Leave Me" by Ralfi Pagan
La Conecta (Pt. 2)/Goin' in Circles Outro "Going in Circles" by The Friends of Distinction
Psycho City Blocks "La Cancion Del Adios" by King Clave
The Big Payback "I'm Glad You're Mine" by Al Green

"P.L.O. Style" by Method Man

Love Letters Intro/Love From the Sick Side "Balada De La Tristeza" by Los Angeles Negros

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