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Cypress Hill 

Wednesday, Apr 15 2009
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Insane in the Brain" may be more than 15 years old, but blunted L.A. hip-hop quartet Cypress Hill hasn't lost its green thumb, so to speak. While these Latino rap veterans haven't released a proper album since 2004's Till Death Do Us Part, their weed-loving ways appear to be intact — it's no accident that this rare concert was scheduled for 4/20. When the 8 p.m. show quickly sold out, the boys realized the ultimate stoner opportunity and added a second performance at — you guessed it — 4:20 p.m.

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