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8 thoughts on “ The Girl Tried To Kill Me - Ice-T - The Iceberg Video (VHS)

  1. B-side of the 12", vinyl single is another song from The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech Just Watch What You Say! titled "The Girl Tried To Kill Me", which was also released the same year as a one-song promotional CDS. In the "What Ya Wanna Do" music video, all the featured rappers spit verses by turn, recording their posse cut in the studio.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Acetate release of The Iceberg (Freedom Of Speech Just Watch What You Say) on Discogs.
  3. Film Director [Documentary Footage] – Denise Dolon. Film Director [Syndicate Footage] – Charlie Jamm, Donald D, Ice-T. Film Director [Vancouver Footage Assistant Director] – Janice Groom. Film Producer – Jo Bergman, Julia Robertson. Film Producer [Vancouver Footage] – John Martin (3)/5(7).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ice-T - The Iceberg Video at Discogs. Complete your Ice-T collection/5(11).
  5. Call me The Ice or just The Iceberg Out with the posse on a night run Girls on the corner, so let's have some fun Donald asked one if she was game Back Alley Sally was her name She moved on the car an' moved fast On the window pressed her ass All at once we heard a crash Donald's dick had broke the glass Yes, I'm the big wheeler, the girl stealer.
  6. The Iceberg [Explicit] 3 The Hunted Child 4 Shut Up, Be Happy 5 Lethal Weapon [Explicit] 6 Peel Their Caps Back [Explicit] 7 Black 'N' Decker 8 The Girl Tried to Kill Me [Explicit] 9 You Played Yourself 10 This One's for Me 11 My Word Is Bond [Explicit] 12 Hit the Deck 13 What Ya Wanna Do? /5(53).
  7. Ice-T was born on in Newark, New Jersey, USA. His birth name was Tracy Marrow. His is also called Ice-T. He is a Grammy Award and NAACP Image Award-winning American rapper, actor and author. He is credited with helping in pioneering gangsta rap, in the late s.
  8. Jul 01,  · Mulcahy's vision of the world of intelligence is played out visually (he was a noted director of music videos and the first two Highlander films). His visuals include gothic-inspired twisted angles out of German Expressionist Art, hazy, psychedelic points of view from some of the characters, and dark rooms and passageways straight out of film noir/5(34).