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Paranoid Castle - Champagne Nightmares mp3 track

MP3 1430 mb. | FLAC 1249 mb. | WMA 1387 mb.

Performer: Paranoid Castle
Title: Champagne Nightmares
Country: US
Released: 2011
Style: New Wave
Category: Hip hop / Rock
Rating: 4.9 ✦
Other format: VOX DTS MP3 ADX XM MIDI AC3

Tracklist

1 Champagne Intro
2 Orca
3 Feeling Inside
4 Stacey's Doing WAY Too Much
5 The Mature Life
6 Audacity Of Me
7 Champagne Interlude
8 Little Girl
9 D.U.I.
10 Weed Man
11 Some Place Else
12 You Don't Understand
13 Champagne Nightmares!

Notes

Promotional CD.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FFINC029 Paranoid Castle Champagne Nightmares ‎(CD) Fake Four Inc. FFINC029 US 2011


Album · 2011 · 13 Songs. Champagne Nightmares! 3:44. 13 Songs, 40 Minutes. Released: 30 Aug 2011. More By Paranoid Castle. See All. One Way Ticket.

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Paranoid Castle - Champagne Nightmares! 4,526 views. Paranoid Castle (Kirby Dominant & Factor) - "Orca" OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO. Top Songs By Paranoid Castle. 1. Weed Man. Paranoid Castle. 213. 4. Some Place Else. 55. 5. Audacity Of Me. 50. 6. Laugh Out Loud.

Paranoid Castle is an alternative hip hop duo, consisting of Canadian producer Factor and American rapper Kirby Dominant. The duo released the first album, One Way Ticket, in 2004. The second album, Champagne Nightmares, was released on Fake Four Inc. in 2011. The two also collaborated on the song "Don't Give Up" off of Factor's 2013 album Woke Up Alone. The third album, Welcome to Success, was released on Fake Four Inc. in 2014.

Champagne Nightmares is the second studio album by Paranoid Castle, a hip hop duo consisting of Canadian producer Factor and American rapper Kirby Dominant. It was released on Fake Four Inc. in 2011 Contents. com gave the album a . out of 10, saying, "It's hard not to recommend Paranoid Castle to everybody reading except for one thing: it's just not going to be boom bap enough for some or macho enough for others. Niela Orr of Okayplayer said, "The beats are one of the likable things. on the album, and it's clear that Factor is intent on purposefully matching the tone of Dominant's swirly, machismo laced, man-boy bragging.