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Smoke Out Tour

Cypress Hill

Year: 2002

Runtime: 01:47:09

In November 2002, the Cypress Hill Smoke Out Festival celebrated its fifth successful year. The all day festival featured a mixture of punk, hip hop, rock and rap.This program presents the highlights of the day with contemporary heavyweight acts such as Cypress Hill, Snoop Dogg, Everlast and surprise guests Bone Thugs N Harmony alongside future stars Kottonmouth Kings and L.A. rockers 3rd Strike. Eagle Visions Up In Smoke is one of the best selling music program ever released and proved that this format of programme is extremely popular. Produced to the same high standard this looks well place to repeat the success.

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Hip Hop, Pop, Documentary, Rock, Alternative, Reggae, Punk, Foreign

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