Uncommon Valor: A Vietnam Story

Album: Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell (2006)
  • In this song, two soldiers describe their experiences in Vietnam. R.A. the Rugged Man makes an acclaimed appearance on the track, recounting his own father's experience in Vietnam. >>
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    Big - GLA, United Kingdom
  • This song opens with audio from Richard Nixon's resignation speech followed by the phrase "Duck and Cover," which comes from a '50s American public service announcement explaining what to do in the event of a nuclear attack.

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  • Steven from San Antonio, TxThis song hits hard and is true to HIP HOP!!!! Not that stupid rap s--t thats out. f--k that dancing s--t its about making a statement. Not who kills or drugs and s--t
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