Web Results
Content Results
  • Who Is, This Is?

    serch.it?q=Who-Is,-This-Is?

    Who Is, This Is? is Voodoo Glow Skulls' first full-length album released on Dr. Strange Records on January 11, 1994. Its title is derived from a scene in Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke where Cheech Marin mockingly replies to an inquiry of "Do you know who this is?" with "No, who is 'This is'?". The first track "Insubordination" features an audio sample from this scene. The original cover art features a Japanese anime motif with the character Krillin from the Dragon Ball series in the center of the artwork. In 2012, when the album was re-released in digital format, the original artwork was censored to remove the face of the Dragon Ball character and to blur the genitals of a character in the background.

  • Who Is, This Is?

    serch.it?q=Who-Is,-This-Is?

    Who Is, This Is? is Voodoo Glow Skulls' first full-length album released on Dr. Strange Records on January 11, 1994. Its title is derived from a scene in Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke where Cheech Marin mockingly replies to an inquiry of "Do you know who this is?" with "No, who is 'This is'?". The first track "Insubordination" features an audio sample from this scene. The original cover art features a Japanese anime motif with the character Krillin from the Dragon Ball series in the center of the artwork. In 2012, when the album was re-released in digital format, the original artwork was censored to remove the face of the Dragon Ball character and to blur the genitals of a character in the background.

  • Who Is This Bitch, Anyway?

    serch.it?q=Who-Is-This-Bitch,-Anyway?

    Who Is This Bitch, Anyway? is an album by American vocalist Marlena Shaw recorded in 1974 and released on the Blue Note label.

Map Box 1