Everyone knows of Linkin Park rapper/vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Mike Shinoda's side project Fort Minor. Unless you've been under a rock since 2005, you've probably heard the group's epic, "Remember The Name," which has to be on the level of Eminem's "Lose Yourself" in terms of pump up/workout songs. Most people don't look beyond "Remember The Name," and that's more than fair. Shinoda's project was only active for two years, releasing one solid album during the time period that didn't get much radio play other than "Remember The Name."
This song gets overlooked completely as it wasn't even on the album. "S.C.O.M.," comes by way of Demigodz/AOTP member Celph Titled's solo album RC3: The Real Villain, and samples Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child o' Mine." The album is an interesting mix of artists that one normally would not associate with one another, combining Dipset member Juelz Santana with underground acts like Celph Titled, a horrorcore rapper who probably has the most sick and twisted sense of humor in the game today (Army of the Pharaohs never make love songs/ We finger fuck bitches with Freddy Kruger gloves on). Nevertheless, the unlikely collaboration works and gives us this gem.