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Category: Rap/Thrash Metal

Year: 1992

Label: Sire - Warner Bros Records

Catalog Number: 9 26878-2

Average Rating: 75 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Personnel
Ice-T lead vocals
Ernie C lead & acoustic guitars
Mooseman bass
D-Roc rhythm guitars
Beatmaster V drums
Tracks
1.  Smoked Pork  0:47
2.  Body Count's in the House  3:24
3.  Now Sports  0:05
4.  Body Count  5:18
5.  A Statistic  0:06
6.  Bowels of the Devil  3:43
7.  The Real Problem  0:12
8.  KKK Bitch  2:53
9.  C Note  1:36
10.  Voodoo  5:01
11.  The Winner Loses  6:32
12.  There Goes the Neighborhood  5:50
13.  Oprah  0:07
14.  Evil Dick  3:59
15.  Body Count Anthem  2:46
16.  Momma's Gotta Die Tonight  6:11
17.  Out in the Parking Lot  0:31
18.  Cop Killer  4:09
  
Total Running Time:  53:10

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From: Leykis101 Date: July 14, 2012 at 4:23
At the time of it's release, I was in 8th grade, had been a fan of Ice since I had began experimenting with Rap, so when I read an interview in Guitar World with guitarist Ernie C, along with a pic of this bad fucking ass cd cover(this was right around the time of its release) one of their songs tabbed, and my jaw hitting the floor as they discuss the lead vocalist for this new band, its rapper Ice-T!! A heavy metal band full of gang members, this had never even been joked about in 1992, yeah Aerosmith\RunDMC, Public Enemy\Anthrax had done songs, but an entire group! I had NO!! idea what to expect, how could it be rap if it's an entire band, so I jumped on my guitar, and quickly went through the tabs to There Goes The Neighborhood, wasnt sure what it was supposed to sound like, but what it was sounding like as I was playing it, was a very hard, maybe even classic sounding guitar riff, I was going insane, as I obviously was only 14yrs old, had no money, and back then there was no

From: Leykis101 Date: July 14, 2012 at 4:50
At the time of it's release, I was in 8th grade, had been a fan of Ice since I had began experimenting with Rap, so when I read an interview in Guitar World with guitarist Ernie C, along with a pic of this bad fucking ass cd cover(this was right around the time of its release) one of their songs tabbed, and my jaw hitting the floor as they discuss the lead vocalist for this new band, its rapper Ice-T!! A heavy metal band full of gang members, this had never even been joked about in 1992, yeah Aerosmith\RunDMC, Public Enemy\Anthrax had done songs, but an entire group! I had NO!! idea what to expect, how could it be rap if it's an entire band, so I jumped on my guitar, and quickly went through the tabs to There Goes The Neighborhood, wasnt sure what it was supposed to sound like, but what it was sounding like as I was playing it, was a very hard, maybe even classic sounding guitar riff, I was going insane, as I obviously was only 14yrs old, had no money, and back then there was no

From: Leykis101 Date: July 14, 2012 at 5:00
quick way for me at least to just land $15 at the drop of a hat, not to mention this was right when the big Parental Advisory bullshit was at it's pinnacle, so no store was going to risk selling to a minor and risking whatever absurd penalty they were trying to enforce, so I road the bus down to my fav music store, the one i would later work at, the owner was a friend of my dad's, and knew me very well,I sat and jawed at him, and finally convinced him to crack the tape open and give it a listen, of course the intro then into Body Count, I was fucking amazed, it fucking rocked, then combing through it, finally TGTN finally came on, and I got to hear what I had been playing, what a jammin fuckin track, eventually like 3 months later, I had rounded up enough money and gone down and talked him into selling me the disc, I got to the last 2 tracks, and at the time, it didnt really stir up any more or less feelings, I thought it was actually pretty cool to hear Ice talk about the

From: Leykis101 Date: July 14, 2012 at 5:22
Cops that beat down people cause of the way the look, or act, well you know how Out In The Parking Lot goes, it's one of the 2 tracks they would BAN!! off the album, the 2nd of course being Cop Killer, but in the context of the album, and being it was a shot at the Rodney King beating, I believe it was total frustration being expressed in a way other then actually going out and doing violent shit, but whatever, I had been offered up to $300 for my copy of the Body Count CD, cause all the ones that had Cop Killer for some reason got really rare really fast, I never did sell mine, I still even have the long box it came in, with the spread of the internet, the disc became way more accessible, this disc is fucking tits, its nothing polarizing, but its violent, it's loud, it fucking rocks, and it is to be taken seriously, if you never heard this, it's worth at least checking out, check out there goes the neighborhood, it's been one of my favs and probably will be forever.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 27, 2013 at 20:39
An important release, for its historical and social value, as it caused a MAJOR stir back in '92, thanks to "Cop Killer." Even before this, Ice-T was a lightning-rod for censors and conservatives everywhere (at one point in '91, there was a law on the books in the state of Oregon, that made it illegal to even display the guy's picture in puublic.) Taken purely on its musical merits, though, Body Count ain't alll that great. Production is extremely raw, almost demo qualiity. Many songs are half-formed, like "Body Count Is In The House" and "Body Count Anthem." Combine that with all the brief "interludes," like on a rap album, and the first true "song" isn't until track 4, which had debuted on Ice-T's "O.G." album from a year earlier. Good songs inicludde "KKK Bitch," "There Goes The Neighborhood," "Evil Dick" and "Momma's Gotta Die Tonight." The main attraction is the shock value of hearing a bunch of scary black guys playing what amounts to gangsta-thrash. Once you get past the initial

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 27, 2013 at 20:48
If you're moving into a new neighborhood or apartment, I dare ya to make Body Count your opening salvo.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 2, 2014 at 22:21
I misspoke in my last comment: it was Ice Cube whose picture was banned in Oregon, not Ice-T.


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