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The Coup - Me & Jesus the Pimp in a '79 Granada Last Night ‌‌ - Bohemia After Dark

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Uploaded on Apr 11, 2010

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Steal This Album is the third studio album by Oakland hip hop duo The Coup, released four years after their second album Genocide & Juice. Steal this Album is a homage to 70s radical Abbie Hoffman's Steal This Book. Steal This Album became the group's most successful release, commercially and critically, and is widely considered to be their best album. Steal This Album features the group's signature sound, funky live-instrumentation production and socially conscious, political lyrics delivered in a humorous, satirical manner. The album features the single "Me & Jesus the Pimp in a '79 Granada Last Night", a 7+ minute storytelling track.

The album was re-released in 2002 as Steal This Double Album, which featured two bonus tracks, "What the Po-Po's Hate" and "Swervin'", and a bonus disc featuring over 70 minutes of live performance footage.
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