Revolutions (The X-Ecutioners album)

Revolutions is the third studio album by New York City DJ group The X-Ecutioners. The album was released on June 8, 2004 through Sony Records, and was produced by three members of The X-Ecutioners, including Rob Swift, Total Eclipse, and Roc Raida.

Studio album by
ReleasedJune 8, 2004
GenreHip hop
Underground Rap
LabelSony Records
ProducerRob Swift
Total Eclipse
Roc Raida
The X-Ecutioners chronology
General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners
Singles from Revolutions
  1. "Live from the PJs"
  2. "Like This"
  3. "Back to Black"
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic link


The album was semi-successful making it to #118 on the Billboard 200 and #50 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Three singles were released "Live from the PJs", "Like This" and "Back to Back". This would mark Rob Swift's last studio album with the group before he left in 2005 to focus on his solo career. "Like This" was also featured in SSX 3. Guest appearances on the album include Blue Man Group, Ghostface Killah, Trife, Scram Jones, Saigon, Cypress Hill, Rob Zombie, Slug, Josey Scott, Dead Prez, Fat Joe and Aasim.

"Let's Go", a collaboration with Good Charlotte, was recorded but was not featured on the album. However, the song appeared in the video game NFL Street.[1]

Track listing

1."Skit 1"1:58
2."The Countdown, Pt. 2" (featuring Blue Man Group)1:45
3."Live from the PJs" (featuring Ghostface Killah, Trife & Black Thought)2:53
4."Like This" (featuring Anikke)3:23
6."Skit 2"2:05
7."Back to Back" (featuring Saigon & Scram Jones)3:08
8."Let Me Rock" (featuring Start Trouble)3:26
9."The Regulators" (featuring Rock Marcy & Sly Boogie)3:15
10."Space Invader"3:36
11."Old School Throwdown"2:36
12."Get With It" (featuring Cypress Hill)3:29
13."(Even) More Human than Human" (featuring Rob Zombie, Slug & Josey Scott)3:58
14."Skit 3"1:16
15."Sucka Thank He Cud Wup Me" (featuring Dead Prez)3:40
16."The Truth" (featuring Fat Joe & Aasim)3:40
17."Ill Bill"3:59
18."Skit 4"0:39
Total length:47:37


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