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Remind Me in 3 Days... [Parental Advisory]
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Album: Remind Me in 3 Days...
# Song Title   Time
1)    List, The
2)    F!RE (Put It in the Air)
3)    Bang! Bang!
4)    Cappuccino
5)    Roxxanne
6)    Daddy's Little Girl
7)    Train, The
8)    Shine Again
9)    Lonesome Suzie
10)    This Wheel's on Fire
11)    I Shall Be Released
1)    Life in a Cage [Electric]
2)    Pea Knuckle skit
3)    Powder Room
4)    Parking Lot
5)    Hush
6)    Wake the Fuck Up
7)    Playboys
8)    True, The
9)    Lights Camera Action
10)    This Wheel's on Fire
11)    I Shall Be Released
 

Album: Remind Me in 3 Days...
# Song Title   Time
1)    List, The
2)    F!RE (Put It in the Air)
3)    Bang! Bang!
4)    Cappuccino
5)    Roxxanne
6)    Daddy's Little Girl
7)    Train, The
8)    Shine Again
9)    Lonesome Suzie
10)    This Wheel's on Fire
11)    I Shall Be Released
1)    Life in a Cage [Electric]
2)    Pea Knuckle skit
3)    Powder Room
4)    Parking Lot
5)    Hush
6)    Wake the Fuck Up
7)    Playboys
8)    True, The
9)    Lights Camera Action
10)    This Wheel's on Fire
11)    I Shall Be Released
 
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  • New Orleans natives the Knux serve up an eclectic hodgepodge of musical influences on their exceptional debut on Interscope Records. Brothers Rah Almillio and Krispy Kreme are multifaceted musicians well-versed in various genres. REMIND ME IN A FEW DAYS. puts their diverse tastes on display, as fuzzy Hendrix-esque guitar riffs blend with jazzy electric keys and crashing drum tracks, while the boys move from high energy raps to soulful pop crooning ? la Andre 3000. Entirely self-produced, with the brothers handling the live instrumentation, REMIND ME IN A FEW DAYS. announces the arrival of a refreshingly original duo that refuses to be classified.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (p.90) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "By letting disparate elements compete for space, the Knux consistently build momentum....And for rappers so committed to rocking their music hard, they're remarkably adept at keeping it from ossifying into lead."

Rolling Stone (p.92) - Ranked #28 in Rolling Stone's 50 Best Albums Of 2008 -- "It's masterpiece for free-thinking heads who prefer Chuck Taylors to bling."
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