2016
Label: Not On Label - none • Format: CDr Album, Limited Edition, Numbered 300 Copies • Genre: Rock, Non-Music • Style: Grindcore, Hardcore, Punk, Noise
Kill Killa Cop - Psycho Sin - On WFMU 1988 (CDr, Album)

"Cop Killer" is a song composed by Ernie C with lyrics by Ice-T for American heavy metal band Body Count, of which they were both members. Released on Body Count's self-titled debut album, the song was written two years earlier, and was partially influenced by "Psycho Killer" by Talking Heads.. The song's lyrics about "cop killing" provoked much controversy and negative reactions from.

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Psycho Killer Lyrics: I can't seem to face up to the facts / I'm tense and nervous, and I can't relax / I can't sleep 'cause my bed's on fire / Don't touch me, I'm a real live wire / Psycho killer.

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  1. On WFMU by Psycho Sin, released 10 September 1. Outlaw 2. If I'm Insane 3. Adjustable Life 4. This Is Hardcore 5. Guns for the Underground 6. Rambo Rambo 7. Pigs on Patrol 8. Kill Killa Cop 9. Once I Was Fast & Furious Bonehead Tired of It All Brooke Shields Wall St. Psycho Sin.

  2. Psycho Cop: Directed by Wallace Potts. With Robert R. Shafer, Jeff Qualle, Palmer Lee Todd, Dan Campbell. Six college students on their weekend vacation are humiliated and killed one by one by a psycho cop.

  3. Originally written and performed as a ballad, "Psycho Killer" became what AllMusic calls a "deceptively funky new wave / no wave song" with "an insistent rhythm, and one of the most memorable, driving basslines in rock & roll." "Psycho Killer" was the only song from the album to appear on the Billboard Hot chart, peaking at number

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