Cool Kids Go Fishing On New Mixtape

> May 05 2009

Cool Kids Go Fishing On New Mixtape
By Josiah HughesLike so many of their peers, deservedly hyped Chicago crew Cool Kids have been working on their debut full-length for a long time. And while last year's Bake Sale EP was a nice way to tide fans over, it was lacking in length.

Fortunately, the duo understand this frustration, and have just released Gone Fishing, a 21-track mixtape with 18 brand new studio cuts. Hard not to argue with that, right? The mix, which includes guest spots from Ludacris, Bun B, GLC and others, can be downloaded here.

According to a press release, this mix is the "official prelude" to Cool Kids' upcoming debut LP, When Fish Ride Bicycles, but let's not get ahead of ourselves. Regardless of if or when the album comes out, a mixtape as full as this is something to be celebrated.

Gone Fishing tracklisting:

1. "Introduction to Ice Fishing"
2. "Hammer Brothers"
3. "Champions"
4. "Gold Links"
5. "Cinnamon"
6. "Premium Blends"
7. "Step Back"
8. "Jump Rope feat. Tennille"
9. "The Last Stretch feat. Jahda"
10. "The Art of Noise (interlude)"
11. "The Light Company"
12. "Popcorn"
13. "Wise Words by GLC -Told by GLC"
14. "Pennies (the updated rosters) Remix feat. Ludacris & Bun B"
15. "Broadcasting Live"
16. "Takin' a Break"
17. "Tune Up"
18. "Weekend Girls feat. Ryan Leslie"
19. "Summer Vacations"
20. "Words of Wisdom by GLC - Told by GLC"
21. "Knocked Down"

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