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CPO INTERVIEW ....
« on: July 14, 2008, 07:56:32 PM »
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Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2008, 08:24:31 PM »
HERE YOU GUYS GO.. FUCC ALL YOU HATERS......
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I assume it´s one of the video´s but which one?
The Tweedy interview is up too right? but where?

NO TWEEDY.. NOT DONE.. HE WANTS TO WAIT.. CUZ HE GOT ALOT OF SHIT TO SAY....
 

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« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2008, 01:36:08 AM »
Have U Been Able To get At Att Will For Some Music or An Interview?
 

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« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2008, 02:09:40 AM »
HERE YOU GUYS GO.. FUCC ALL YOU HATERS......
WWW.FACTORHOUSERECORDS1.COM

CPO'S MY NIGGA...GANGSTA SHIIIIT 8)
 

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« Reply #4 on: July 15, 2008, 02:10:09 AM »
props COMPTONRIDA   ;D ;D

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« Reply #5 on: July 15, 2008, 02:29:40 AM »
i cant find it on page.where is it? ???
 

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« Reply #6 on: July 15, 2008, 02:41:40 AM »
i cant find it on page.where is it? ???

its in the video section cuzz
 

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« Reply #7 on: July 15, 2008, 03:44:03 AM »
^thx
 

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« Reply #8 on: July 15, 2008, 05:27:51 AM »
Props for the interview
 

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« Reply #9 on: July 15, 2008, 05:37:10 AM »
I'm not going to sit through a video of CPO smoking. What useful information did he give us?

By the way, it's funny to hear his voice really sounds like it does on wax and is not just a gimmick.
Z knows about ALL your inner conflicts..
 

kuruptDPG

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« Reply #10 on: July 15, 2008, 06:52:14 AM »
HERE YOU GUYS GO.. FUCC ALL YOU HATERS......
WWW.FACTORHOUSERECORDS1.COM

CPO'S MY NIGGA...GANGSTA SHIIIIT 8)

yh it was gd that he gave u a shoutout, wish he did 4 me too.

anyways dope interview, thanks alot comptonrida, major props, now thats gangsta
 

kuruptDPG

Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #11 on: July 15, 2008, 06:54:42 AM »
comptonrida, cpo said that he'd get at the fans and drop a few traks, can u please talk 2 him and get him to sign up here please?
 

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Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #12 on: July 15, 2008, 07:06:34 AM »

CPO interview by www. FACTORHOUSERECORDS1.COM video link
^^^Direct Video link^^^



You came trough  ;) props  ;)
CPO started to talk a little about Ren Records and Capitol,but CPO lost the trace  :P :laugh:. (a little wasted)  :laugh:




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*magazine scans,reviews etc.*;

http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=150824.0


-Interviews;

Quote
CPO interview Slammin Video Mag Vol.2 1990
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/O2aHcxjCLVE&amp;rel" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/O2aHcxjCLVE&amp;rel</a>
Download link;
http://www.mediafire.com/?8wy9tgz1ndt

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CPO interview in Hip Hop Connection October 1990. #21 LL Cool J cover.

Tales from the dark side
AT SIX FOOT TWO INCES AND 25 STONE,
Rapper Lil’ Nation is appropriately named.
“Almost as large as many small countries,” he’s as intimidating as his rhymes, as big as CPO’s beats.
Another native of the city of Compton, Lil’ Nation gave up a six year life of crime at the age of 18,
and – like his long time friend MC Ren – decided to go into music.
        CPO’s debut on Capitol, ‘To Hell And Black’, is another braze embodiment of West Coast gangster lifestyle,
and with tracks titled ‘Homicide’, ‘Gangsta Melody’, and ‘Ballad of a Menace’,
you’re left in no doubts of the content before the needle’s hit the deck.
Produced by Ren, it’s a grinding, 10-track soundtrack to street violence
– nothing new, but another chapter in the annals of realism rap that contrasts so starkly with East Coast consciousness.
How did the name CPO – Capitol Punishment Organization – come about?
   “We where sitting around talking about how we where not down with oppression, not down white supremacy,” he explains.
“Oppression was the main thing – the biggest wrong that we could think of,
we needed the biggest pain we could think of – capitol punishment  of that wrong.
So the Capitol Punishment Organization was born.”
     Lil’ Nation kept telling Ren he could Rap, but the NWA emcee refused to believe him.
Until one day, Ren accidently heard one of Lil’ Nation’s tracks – “Ren started producing me that day!” he exclaims.
      On the whole, ‘To Hell And Black’ is a measured but funky affair, with only a couple of tracks matching the aggression of the lyrics.
To the churning backbeats, Lil’ Nation fires his incendiary raps in uncompromising terms.
“I consider it fun to smoke a nigger with a gun” and “With no hesitation I put a gun to your head and blast it” (’Gangsta Melody’)
       That song in particular is a musical incarnation of life here in Compton,” he says.
“You won’t have a problem shooting me, I won’t have a problem shooting you – it’s that simple.
Compton is not nice place to live, it’s not even a nice place to visit at some times.
I think that people are starting to believe that Compton is a tourist spot!
But every night somebody gets killed. It’s a real hard life.”
       Lil’ Nation acknowledges that CPO’s graphic portrayal of street life is at odds with the positivity of likes of KRS-One, but says;
“People from the East Coast – like KRS-One – are speaking knowledge, speaking politics, which are things we don’t know, but things should know. What we’re doing on this side is speaking about what we do know, which is living in a violent environment.
There are conflicts, but there’s truth in what we do.”
       The track ‘CPOsis’ is, he explains, “the musical incarnation of CPO”, relating an implacable  theory about dealing with white supremacy.
“If the Aryan Nation comes up against CPO, they’ll be coming up dead,” he says.
“I think we’re starting to confront white supremacy on a head to head basis.
The only way we’re going to get rid of oppression in any shape, form or fashion is to deal with it
– abolish it – by some type of confrontation, a violent confrontation.
Hopefully, it won’t have to be a physical confrontation, and hopefully we can just do it with words.”
      But do you really believe your lyrics are a good way towards verbal reconciliation?
“I think so. To me, you got to get people to listen.
Once you can talk to them about whatever you want to talk to them about.
I think this is the first step towards some kind of movement.”
      So are you saying your records are positive?
“I think something controversial is going to come out of my records, I don’t think anything positive will happen.
I’m trying to stir the public up to the point where they have to confront me, and ask what’s going on, so I can let them know.”
      Violence and revolution aren’t curious bedfellows, but Lil’ Nation must be an eternal optimist to believe the established order will view his efforts as progressive. He’ll get the attention, sure, but as for anything else…?
      Would he like to remain part of the growing Ruthless family?
“Oh definitely! Capitol are just distributing it, but it’s out on Ren Records.
I like where Ruthless started out, I like how it started out, and where it’s going.”
      As well as his right hand man, DJ Train, Lil’ Nation also worked with the group FOE on ‘To Hell And Black’.
Look out for their own release soon, again on Ren Records.



-Reviews;

CPO; To Hell and Black review Hip Hop Connection October 1990,issue 21. LL Cool J cover



-Audio;

Quote
Rare stuff from CPO’s debut you should check out:
-Ballad Of A Menace (Homicidal Theme Remix) Super dope!
Produced by MC Ren, Co-Produced by Young Dee
http://www.zshare.net/audio/28818341f9568b/
-This beat is funky (Mo better Funky Remix) also super dope!
http://www.zshare.net/audio/28818255c30db6/
Produced by MC Ren
-The Movement (Remix)
http://www.zshare.net/audio/2881816b498f16/
Produced by MC Ren

These songs appears on promo singles from the album.

BONUS;
EA-Ski featuring MC Ren and CPO; The Format From EA-Ski´s Past and Present
http://www.mediafire.com/?1x0cd2gnly2
Gangsta Funk (ft. E-40, B-Legit, CPO Boss Hogg & Mike Marshall) (Past & Present)
http://www.mediafire.com/?7j04jz0jby5
EA-Ski featuring MC Ren and CPO; The Format From EA-Ski´s Past and Present
http://www.mediafire.com/?1x0cd2gnly2
Prime - Pray Ave. (ft. Big Wy, CPO Boss Hogg, and Bokey) [Produced by Dae One]
http://www.dubcnm.com/audio/2007/december/prime_ft._big_wy_cpo_boss_hogg_and_bokey-pray_ave-(dubcnn).mp3
E-A-Ski (ft. CPO Boss Hogg) - Bag Of Chips
http://download.yousendit.com/152CB2556AA16CC5
Sip of the Duce

http://www.amazon.com/Sip-Duce/dp/B000003BYG/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1198449117&sr=1-1
10 used & new available from $2.98
11 Prodigy Of A Nigga.mp3 featuring CPO produced by Torture Chamber (He don´t rap on it,just some talking in the end.)
http://www.mediafire.com/?gnws6mvryyt


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The Video for 'Ballad Of A Mencace' featuring MC Ren
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/UxmHIRvxR9c" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/UxmHIRvxR9c</a>



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CPO’s resume:
www.discogs.com/artist/C.P.O.?anv=CPO
www.discogs.com/artist/DJ+Train
www.discogs.com/artist/MC+Ren

Discogs.com ain’t a complete data base, but it is a start.

Be sure to also check the Vault on this site.
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=94395.0
« Last Edit: July 15, 2008, 07:20:19 AM by Chad Vader »
 

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Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #13 on: July 15, 2008, 07:15:50 AM »
I'm not going to sit through a video of CPO smoking. What useful information did he give us?

By the way, it's funny to hear his voice really sounds like it does on wax and is not just a gimmick.

Useful info....What you 5-0

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« Reply #14 on: July 15, 2008, 10:55:43 AM »
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I'm not going to sit through a video of CPO smoking. What useful information did he give us?

By the way, it's funny to hear his voice really sounds like it does on wax and is not just a gimmick.

Useful info....What you 5-0

LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!! ;D

Fuck, I Can´t View The Interview.I´ve Been Waiting On It So Long :( :'(

CPTRida, Why Y´all Sell MC Eiht´s Album On Your Site Since Y´all Hate Him? ???
 

COMPTONRIDA1

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Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #15 on: July 15, 2008, 11:29:34 AM »
Quote
I'm not going to sit through a video of CPO smoking. What useful information did he give us?

By the way, it's funny to hear his voice really sounds like it does on wax and is not just a gimmick.

Useful info....What you 5-0

LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!! ;D

Fuck, I Can´t View The Interview.I´ve Been Waiting On It So Long :( :'(

CPTRida, Why Y´all Sell MC Eiht´s Album On Your Site Since Y´all Hate Him? ???

cause we own the rights to it.. and plus nigga we lost like 150,000 fuccin wit eiht.. you dont think we need to get sum of that bacc..so of course we gon sell his shit ..
 

COMPTONRIDA1

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Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #16 on: July 15, 2008, 11:30:07 AM »
Have U Been Able To get At Att Will For Some Music or An Interview?

not yet..
 

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Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #17 on: July 15, 2008, 11:31:33 AM »
comptonrida, cpo said that he'd get at the fans and drop a few traks, can u please talk 2 him and get him to sign up here please?

ill se if he let me leak sumthin..but we got him on a tracc wit uss.. video will be on street codes dvd
 

COMPTONRIDA1

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Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #18 on: July 15, 2008, 11:37:54 AM »

CPO interview by www. FACTORHOUSERECORDS1.COM video link
^^^Direct Video link^^^



You came trough  ;) props  ;)
CPO started to talk a little about Ren Records and Capitol,but CPO lost the trace  :P :laugh:. (a little wasted)  :laugh:




Jacked from The ultimate N.W.A family interview thread
*magazine scans,reviews etc.*;

http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=150824.0


-Interviews;

Quote
CPO interview Slammin Video Mag Vol.2 1990
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/O2aHcxjCLVE&amp;rel" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/O2aHcxjCLVE&amp;rel</a>
Download link;
http://www.mediafire.com/?8wy9tgz1ndt

Quote
CPO interview in Hip Hop Connection October 1990. #21 LL Cool J cover.

Tales from the dark side
AT SIX FOOT TWO INCES AND 25 STONE,
Rapper Lil’ Nation is appropriately named.
“Almost as large as many small countries,” he’s as intimidating as his rhymes, as big as CPO’s beats.
Another native of the city of Compton, Lil’ Nation gave up a six year life of crime at the age of 18,
and – like his long time friend MC Ren – decided to go into music.
        CPO’s debut on Capitol, ‘To Hell And Black’, is another braze embodiment of West Coast gangster lifestyle,
and with tracks titled ‘Homicide’, ‘Gangsta Melody’, and ‘Ballad of a Menace’,
you’re left in no doubts of the content before the needle’s hit the deck.
Produced by Ren, it’s a grinding, 10-track soundtrack to street violence
– nothing new, but another chapter in the annals of realism rap that contrasts so starkly with East Coast consciousness.
How did the name CPO – Capitol Punishment Organization – come about?
   “We where sitting around talking about how we where not down with oppression, not down white supremacy,” he explains.
“Oppression was the main thing – the biggest wrong that we could think of,
we needed the biggest pain we could think of – capitol punishment  of that wrong.
So the Capitol Punishment Organization was born.”
     Lil’ Nation kept telling Ren he could Rap, but the NWA emcee refused to believe him.
Until one day, Ren accidently heard one of Lil’ Nation’s tracks – “Ren started producing me that day!” he exclaims.
      On the whole, ‘To Hell And Black’ is a measured but funky affair, with only a couple of tracks matching the aggression of the lyrics.
To the churning backbeats, Lil’ Nation fires his incendiary raps in uncompromising terms.
“I consider it fun to smoke a nigger with a gun” and “With no hesitation I put a gun to your head and blast it” (’Gangsta Melody’)
       That song in particular is a musical incarnation of life here in Compton,” he says.
“You won’t have a problem shooting me, I won’t have a problem shooting you – it’s that simple.
Compton is not nice place to live, it’s not even a nice place to visit at some times.
I think that people are starting to believe that Compton is a tourist spot!
But every night somebody gets killed. It’s a real hard life.”
       Lil’ Nation acknowledges that CPO’s graphic portrayal of street life is at odds with the positivity of likes of KRS-One, but says;
“People from the East Coast – like KRS-One – are speaking knowledge, speaking politics, which are things we don’t know, but things should know. What we’re doing on this side is speaking about what we do know, which is living in a violent environment.
There are conflicts, but there’s truth in what we do.”
       The track ‘CPOsis’ is, he explains, “the musical incarnation of CPO”, relating an implacable  theory about dealing with white supremacy.
“If the Aryan Nation comes up against CPO, they’ll be coming up dead,” he says.
“I think we’re starting to confront white supremacy on a head to head basis.
The only way we’re going to get rid of oppression in any shape, form or fashion is to deal with it
– abolish it – by some type of confrontation, a violent confrontation.
Hopefully, it won’t have to be a physical confrontation, and hopefully we can just do it with words.”
      But do you really believe your lyrics are a good way towards verbal reconciliation?
“I think so. To me, you got to get people to listen.
Once you can talk to them about whatever you want to talk to them about.
I think this is the first step towards some kind of movement.”
      So are you saying your records are positive?
“I think something controversial is going to come out of my records, I don’t think anything positive will happen.
I’m trying to stir the public up to the point where they have to confront me, and ask what’s going on, so I can let them know.”
      Violence and revolution aren’t curious bedfellows, but Lil’ Nation must be an eternal optimist to believe the established order will view his efforts as progressive. He’ll get the attention, sure, but as for anything else…?
      Would he like to remain part of the growing Ruthless family?
“Oh definitely! Capitol are just distributing it, but it’s out on Ren Records.
I like where Ruthless started out, I like how it started out, and where it’s going.”
      As well as his right hand man, DJ Train, Lil’ Nation also worked with the group FOE on ‘To Hell And Black’.
Look out for their own release soon, again on Ren Records.



-Reviews;

CPO; To Hell and Black review Hip Hop Connection October 1990,issue 21. LL Cool J cover



-Audio;

Quote
Rare stuff from CPO’s debut you should check out:
-Ballad Of A Menace (Homicidal Theme Remix) Super dope!
Produced by MC Ren, Co-Produced by Young Dee
http://www.zshare.net/audio/28818341f9568b/
-This beat is funky (Mo better Funky Remix) also super dope!
http://www.zshare.net/audio/28818255c30db6/
Produced by MC Ren
-The Movement (Remix)
http://www.zshare.net/audio/2881816b498f16/
Produced by MC Ren

These songs appears on promo singles from the album.

BONUS;
EA-Ski featuring MC Ren and CPO; The Format From EA-Ski´s Past and Present
http://www.mediafire.com/?1x0cd2gnly2
Gangsta Funk (ft. E-40, B-Legit, CPO Boss Hogg & Mike Marshall) (Past & Present)
http://www.mediafire.com/?7j04jz0jby5
EA-Ski featuring MC Ren and CPO; The Format From EA-Ski´s Past and Present
http://www.mediafire.com/?1x0cd2gnly2
Prime - Pray Ave. (ft. Big Wy, CPO Boss Hogg, and Bokey) [Produced by Dae One]
http://www.dubcnm.com/audio/2007/december/prime_ft._big_wy_cpo_boss_hogg_and_bokey-pray_ave-(dubcnn).mp3
E-A-Ski (ft. CPO Boss Hogg) - Bag Of Chips
http://download.yousendit.com/152CB2556AA16CC5
Sip of the Duce

http://www.amazon.com/Sip-Duce/dp/B000003BYG/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1198449117&sr=1-1
10 used & new available from $2.98
11 Prodigy Of A Nigga.mp3 featuring CPO produced by Torture Chamber (He don´t rap on it,just some talking in the end.)
http://www.mediafire.com/?gnws6mvryyt


-Videos;

Quote
The Video for 'Ballad Of A Mencace' featuring MC Ren
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/UxmHIRvxR9c" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/UxmHIRvxR9c</a>



-Resume;

Quote
CPO’s resume:
www.discogs.com/artist/C.P.O.?anv=CPO
www.discogs.com/artist/DJ+Train
www.discogs.com/artist/MC+Ren

Discogs.com ain’t a complete data base, but it is a start.

Be sure to also check the Vault on this site.
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=94395.0

he was so overwhelmed of yall n dubcnn he had alot to to say...there will be more from him...
 

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Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #19 on: July 15, 2008, 11:41:00 AM »



this is my niggas duece deuce.. the dark nigga his name is MARIO..R.I.P...OBG SBCCG
 

kuruptDPG

Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #20 on: July 15, 2008, 01:44:15 PM »
comptonrida, cpo said that he'd get at the fans and drop a few traks, can u please talk 2 him and get him to sign up here please?

ill se if he let me leak sumthin..but we got him on a tracc wit uss.. video will be on street codes dvd

kl cheers homie. but do tell him about dubcc.com though
 

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Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #21 on: July 15, 2008, 02:45:28 PM »
HE KNOWS.. HE SAID HE'S NEEDS A MYSPACE AND THEN HEGON BE ON THE NET FROM TIME TO TIME....

 

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« Reply #22 on: July 15, 2008, 04:07:42 PM »
props for that one, comptonrida
 

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Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #23 on: July 15, 2008, 08:09:08 PM »
 

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Re: CPO INTERVIEW ....
« Reply #24 on: July 15, 2008, 09:08:20 PM »