On the special edition, there is a track called "Interview with Moonman". As the title suggests, it is a track where Moon Man is interviewed about the production. In the interview, He states the album was originally an EP where Moon Man disses Nintendo due to their bad E3 livestream, however this is not true.
KKK-Unit was actually originally supposed to be a sequel to Tales from the KKK. There are still references though, as the intro references the court case at the end of TFTK, and there's ranting from Caitlyn Jenner at the end of the outro.
The album was announced on October 14, 2015. A promo single titled "Niggers Get Shot" was released in late November. The song was included on the compilation Singles: Volume 4.
|Track #||Track Name||Remix Of||Producer||Performer(s)|
|1||KKK-Unit Intro||Spyro||Moon Man, Sun Man, Star Man|
|2||The Killer||"The Watcher" by Dr. Dre||Spyro||Moon Man, Sun Man, Audrina Patridge|
|3||My Time Is Now||"My Time Is Now" by John Cena||Idiotska||Moon Man, Sun Man|
|3 (hidden)||Girl/Boy||"girl/boy song" by Aphex Twin||LLL||Moon Man|
|4||Niggers On Parade||"Bulls On Parade" by Rage Against The Machine||Spyro||Moon Man|
|5||Fuck the Immigrants (The Refugee Song)||"Dar Enteha" by Kourosh Yaghmaei||Idiotska||Moon Man, Sun Man|
"Whoa" by Earl Sweatshirt
|6 (hidden)||Fuck The SJW's||Unknown||A Whitetopian, LLL||Moon Man|
|7||One Step Closer||"One Step Closer" by Linkin Park||Spyro||Moon Man|
|8||Loyal||"Loyal" by Chris Brown||RealNiggerLyncher||Moon Man, Snipars|
|9||Lose Yourself||"Lose Yourself" by Eminem||Spyro, Thatracistdude||Moon Man|
|9 (hidden)||ALL CAPS||"ALL CAPS" by Madvillain||JCRock||Moon Man, Audrina Patridge|
|10||Hot Porno (Skit)||Spyro||Moon Man, Audrina Patridge, Sun Man|
|11||Rap Battle||Unknown||lucas||Moon Man vs. Sun Man|
|12||No Fucking Joke (White God)||Unknown||RuneAx88||Moon Man|
|13||Never Gonna Give You Up||"Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley||Spyro||Moon Man|
|14||No More Tears||Unknown||RuneAx88||Moon Man, Audrina Patridge|
|15||Dropping Bombs On Them||"Drop The Bomb On 'Em" by Eminem||Spyro||Moon Man, Sun Man|
|15 (hidden)||Guns, Money, Respect||"GTA San Andreas Theme Song" by Rockstar Games||RealNiggerLyncher||Moon Man|
|16||Jew Pizza||"Hot in Here" by Nelly||ohjhonny||Moon Man, Jews, Pizza Place Employee (played by Snow Man)|
|17||Same Tune||Unknown||LLL||Moon Man|
|18||All Moon||"All Star" by Smash Mouth||Spyro||Moon Man (with guest appearances by Cloud Man and one line by Audrina Patridge)|
|19||Bow Down||"Bow Down" by Westside Connection||malcolmtnight||Moon Man|
|20||Nig Nogs||"Hip Hop" by Dead Prez||malcolmtnight||Moon Man (with guest appearances from Haseeb2 and Tyler)|
|21||KKK Nigger Lynchable||Unknown||MoonManMixer||Moon Man, Sun Man|
|22||Before I Go (Skit)||Spyro||Moon Man, Sun Man|
|23||KKK-Unit Outro||"Encore/Curtains Down" by Eminem||Spyro||Moon Man, Star Man, Cloud Man (also guest appearances from Audrina Patridge & Caitlyn Jenner at the end)|
Special Edition Bonus Tracks Edit
All Special Edition Bonus Tracks produced by Spyro
|Track #||Track Name||Remix Of||Performer(s)|
|1||Interview with Moonman||Nothing besides a brief sample of "Deep Cover" by Dr. Dre||Moon Man, Interviewer|
|2||187 Moonman||"Deep Cover" by Dr. Dre||Moon Man|
|3||Racist Jokez||"Just Don't Give A Fuck (1999 Version)" by Eminem||Moon Man|
Unused Tracks Edit
Several songs were submitted, but not all of them were accepted. 3 songs that were accepted but didn't appear on the album are listed here:
- The Klansman (produced by A WhiteTopian) The song was mistakenly put on the EP KKKingpin. Because KKKingpin was released before KKK-Unit, the song had to be left off of the album.
- Put Your Quarter Up (produced by JCRock) The song was accidentally put on the mixtape Singles: Volume 5. Like KKKingpin, Singles: Volume 5 came out before KKK-Unit was released, and thus the song had to be left off.
- I Remember (produced by Meteor Man) Similar to the other two, the song had to be left off because it appeared on another album. This situation was slightly different, as Spyro received the full tracklisting for Singles: Volume 6, the album the song appeared on. Spyro didn't notice that the song was on there, and so the song appeared on the mixtape. Spyro took responsibility for the incident, and as an apology Meteor Man received the special edition of KKK-Unit.