Kick Some Ass

Album: Rip It Off (2003)
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  • This was used in the movie Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back. The music video featured Jay and Silent Bob as well.
  • This song makes fun of the music scene at the time. Particularly those who sang about how tough their lives were, when in reality they made up a background story for their songs.
  • The album cover for this was just showing the CD, with the words "Rip if Off" on it. It is the same concept as System of a Down's Steal This Album! Stroke 9's album came out first, but was not nearly as successful. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Bert - Pueblo, NM, for all above

Comments: 2

  • Nykk from Paducah, KyThis song is a dis on Fred Durst.
  • Robert from Los Angeles, Cai'll bet this song sucks a fat one!!!
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