1-800 Suicide

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"1-800 Suicide"
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Single by Gravediggaz[1]
from the album 6 Feet Deep and Demon Knight (soundtrack)
B-side "Mommy, What's a Gravedigga?"
Released January 24, 1995
Format Vinyl, Cassette, CD
Recorded 1994
Genre Hardcore hip hop, horrorcore
Length 4:18
Label Gee Street
Songwriter(s) Gravediggaz
Producer(s) Prince Paul
Gravediggaz singles chronology
"Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide"
(1994)
"1-800 Suicide"
(1995)
"Dangerous Mindz"
(1997)
"Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide"
(1994)
"1-800 Suicide"
(1995)
"Dangerous Mindz"
(1997)

"1-800 Suicide" was the third and final single released from the Gravediggaz' debut album, 6 Feet Deep. Produced by Prince Paul (The Undertaker), "1-800 Suicide" was the Gravediggaz final charting single, making it to 46 on the Hot Rap Singles, the song was paired with "Mommy, What's a Gravedigga?" as a Double A-Side, although Gee Street also released "1-800 Suicide" and "Mommy, What's a Gravedigga?" as individuals with exactly the same cover art. The song can also be found on the soundtrack to the 1995 film Demon Knight, and as the opening theme song for The Leftovers Season 3 episode "Certified".

Complex ranked "1-800-Suicide" at #22 on their list of the 25 most violent rap songs of all time.[2]

Single track listing[edit]

A-Side 1[edit]

  1. "1-800-Suicide" (Clean Version)- 4:18
  2. "1-800-Suicide" (Album Version)- 4:18
  3. "1-800-Suicide" (Instrumental Version)- 3:41

A-Side 2[edit]

  1. "Mommy What's a Gravedigga?" (Clean RZA Mix)- 4:08
  2. "Mommy What's a Gravedigga?" (RZA Mix Instrumental)- 3:34
  3. "Mommy What's a Gravedigga?" (Album Version)- 1:44
  4. "Mommy What's a Gravedigga?" (Album Instrumental)- 1:40

Charts[edit]

Chart (1995) Peak
position
Billboard Hot Rap Singles 46
Billboard Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales 29

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