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The Repo Man Sings For You

The Repo Man Sings For You


by The Coup feat. Del tha Funkee Homosapien


Kill My Landlord (1992)

Start at the beginning with The Coup's innocent-but-awesome first release.

Steal This Double Album (2002)

The re-release of Steal This Album has all the original songs plus two extras and a long live CD.

Party Music (2001)

Most collections called "Party Music" are a bunch of radio pop to dance to—The Coup plays with double entendre here, using party to mean political party (as in, the Communist Party) as well as a social event. According to The Coup worldview, it can be both at once.

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