Stitchez | Reopened Wounds

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Reopened Wounds

by Stitchez

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Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Horrorcore
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1. Reopened Wounds
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2. Bam
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3. Give It 2 Me
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4. New Virgina Sh-t
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5. The Hotel Room
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6. Psycho
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7. Bad Influence
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8. Death Is Following Me
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9. Right Now
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10. Dog
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11. God Like
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12. The Car Jacking
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13. Sawed Off
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14. Someday
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15. Inner Evil
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16. Personal Slut
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17. The Anthem
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18. Fed Up
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19. Dedicated
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
-GROUP BIOGRAPHY
The year was 2005 when these two talented rapper\'s joined forces. The Double Trouble Duo known as Stitchez originally crossed path\'s in Norfolk, VA 2003. They traded off CD\'s and that was the beginning. Stitchez started off as just a mere side project that grew into something more powerful than they had anticipated. It was something different from the norm in VA.

They began production of their album entitled, \"Sewn Shut\" in June of 2005. Month\'s went by and Stitchez made their first appearance as a group at the Unseen Havoc CD Release Party in December of 2005. January of 2006 came and the album was in the mastering process. March 11th of 2006, Stitchez released a free EP entitled, \"Needle & Thread\" Which was a collection of demo songs they did before they began the Sewn Shut project. On March 24th of 2006 Sewn Shut was released. Only 100 copies were originally pressed up and those went in a matter of 2 months. It was a hit considering the close to no promotion and few shows. The name Stitchez grew like an infection across VA and the internet and a fan base grew along with it.

In August of 2006, Stitchez began working on their follow up album entitled, \"Reopened Wounds.\" They also began performing more frequently. 2007 has been more active opening for act\'s such as Tech N9ne, Kingspade & Potluck to name a few. In July of 2007 They took a break on the Reopened Wounds project and recorded two solo EP\'s to be released on July 13th of 2007. Also during this break they focused on booking live performances and recorded another free EP entitled, \"A Psycho\'s Path\" which was released on October 23rd of 2007.

The year is now 2008 and Stitchez continues to improve and show that they have what it takes to make hits! Gaining spots on 3 different compilations, a set at the 8th Annual Gathering of the Juggalo\'s and soon to have there music featured in a couple Independent Films. What\'s in store for the future of Stitchez? All signs point to greatness.

-ALBUM INFORMATION
This album (Reopened Wounds) is Stitchez\' second full length album. It features there Underground hit singles, Psycho & Give it 2 Me. There is 70+ plus minutes of original & creative music on this album, and is felt to be a flawless release from fan\'s who have already purchased. Featuring guest appearances by McNastee, C4 the Wise Guy, Double E, Big Slack & The Real Chaos. If you are looking for something new and inspiring to listen to, pick this album up. You will not regret it.

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