La la la lalalaaaaa. After all these years, Cypress Hill can still bring the ruckus. They kicked things off doing jams from their self-titled debut album (which recently had its 20-year anniversary). But Cypress quickly switched things up and did some of their best-known hits like “Throw Your Set In The Air”—which was a wise move: Those songs might be less beloved, but they’re more uptempo and better for a live performance.

B-Real and Sen Dog rocked on stage without any help from DJ Muggs (Julio G was on the 1s and 2s) but they did bring a live band, which complemented their set nicely. This year’s show was nothing compared to RTB 2007, when Cypress hit the stage with a huge inflatable Buddha and smoked out of six-foot-long bongs. But we didn’t have time to catch the entire set as we made the trek to the other side of the field to catch...

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