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Cypress Hill played songs from their new album at a secret LONDON show.

The band launched their new album 'Till Death Do Us Part', released on March 22, with a one-off, intimate show at the London Garage on March 12.

The collective played a greatest hits set, backed by a selection of new songs, including new single 'What's Your Number?'.

The set ran:
'I Ain't Going Out Like That'
'Hand On The Pump'
'Lick A Shot'
'Cock The Hammer'
'Latin Lingo'
'Latin Thugs'
'I Wanna Get High'
'Stoned Is The Way Of The Walk'
'Hits From The Bong'
'Dr Greenthumb'
'When The Shit Goes Down'
'Real Estate'
'Bang Out'
'Another Body Drops'
'How I Could Just Kill A Man'
'Insane In The Brain'
'What's Your Number?'
'(Rock) Superstar'

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