First Come, First Served

Infobox Album
Name = First Come, First Served
Type = studio
Artist = Dr. Dooom


Released = May 4, 1999
Recorded = 1998-1999
Genre = Acid rap, horrorcore, underground hip hop
Length = 71:22
Label = Funky Ass Records
Producer = Kool Keith KutMasta Kurt
Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|4|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:6jd5vwpia92k link]
Last album = "Sex Style"
(1997)
This album = "First Come, First Served" (1999)
Next album = "Black Elvis/Lost in Space" (1999)

"First Come, First Served" is the third studio album by rapper Kool Keith, the first released under the alias Dr. Dooom.

Dr. Dooom begins the album by murdering popular alias Dr. Octagon. An instrumental version of the album was released as well. A remix of "Leave Me Alone" appears on ATP 3.0 compilation.

Track listing

#"Who Killed Dr. Octagon? (Intro)" - 0:37
#"No Chorus" - 2:26
#"Apartment 223" - 4:54
#"Mr. Ratt (Skit)" - 0:43
#"Neighbors Next Door" - 3:57
#"I Run Rap" - 4:21
#"You Live at Home With Your Mom" - 4:00
#"Housing Authority" - 4:18
#"Wild Kingdom (Skit)" - 0:23
#"Welfare Love" - 3:44
#"Dr. Dooom's in the Room" - 4:32
#"Call the Cops" - 4:16
#"Brothers Feel Fly" - 3:52
#"Side Line" - 4:23
#"Bitch Gets No Love" - 2:58
#"Shopping List (Skit)" - 0:22
#"Body Bag" - 3:32
#"Mental Case" - 3:48
#"Leave Me Alone" - 5:03
#"Live" - 9:13

*Track 20 includes a hidden track, "Bald-Headed Girl".


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