Even if you got these CD’s for free, you’d throw them away.
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On the Unexpected Guests album, the song is cut here.
The shoe mitt, a ‘5 ½ x 7" soft cloth pouch used for shining shoes’, frequently found in hotels.
Gotta keep that mask shiny!
A fly tramp that’s what she called me
‘Cause I don’t wear no Stetson hats like Paul C
From the DOOM song Operation Greenbacks
Having lived ‘damn near homeless, sleeping on benches’ after the death of his brother Subroc, Villain knows what it’s like to be a tramp.
Given DOOM’s discontentment with modern gangsta rappers, I don’t know if he spilled that tea on the TV cable by accident.
An ice grill could refer to someone looking mean, but also to ‘a grill of ice’, e.g., a face filled with diamond.
Aesop’s fables are a collection of Ancient Greece fables thought up by a guy named Aesop containing some lively anthropomorphized creatures.
‘Reading the seeds’ could mean ‘reading what has inspired Aesop’ and is certainly a better way to spend your time than watching MTV.
Well, Potsie is one of the main characters from the old sitcom Happy Days. DOOM playing either Yahtzee or craps with him I guess.
Anyone can make sense of this, please do.
This G cleans the scuff marks on his Timberlands with a nail file.
Stan Smith is a tenniser that lent his name to a type of shoe made by Adidas. Vik wore ‘em with some fresh checkerboard laces.
Weird G that kept to himself as a kid.
Reference to the lonely kid stereotype, throwing a ball against his garage wall and catching it again.