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Peace 586

Peace 586
Country:United States
Website:http://www.myspace.com/peacefiveightysix
Releases:[aBle] [heAr] [Generations] [586] [586 (original release)] [The Risen Son] [Listen (single)]
Lyrics:Found 18 lyrics at BusyR.com Lyrics Archive.
Info:Peace 586 hiphop pioneer, solo artist and producer. Established his name as part of the Freedom of Soul crew in the beginning of the nineteen nineties.

Start
Peace 586 started out in the crew J.C. and the Boyz as MC Peace. They released their first album Never Give Up (1989) on Broken Records. The labelname used would later change into Brainstorm (see labelprofile).

Joining
The MC tells how he joined his first crew: "I became part of J.C. And The Boyz by meeting Dave Guzman [MC Scroller] through my brother at a church. I told Dave I could rhyme and mix and wanted to do things for the Lord! We hooked up about three months later and it was a done deal."

Freedom Of Soul
Peace is not to be found on J.C. And The Boyz' second album "Chill 4 Awhile" (1992). By then the MC already had joined "Freedom of Soul" and released the classic album "Caught In A Land of Time" (1991).

Name
During the first album of J.C. And The Boyz the artist is called MC Peace. This would be turned short into "Peace" during the "Caught In A Land of Time" album (1991). And he would later add the 586 as "Peace Fiveightysix" on the second Freedom of Soul album The 2nd Comin' (1994).

586
The MC explains the addition of 586: "The 586 is when I gave my life to Christ, May 1986, 5/86. This is when I became "Peace"."

Brainstorm
The label Brainstorm was the first label to bring quality hip hop in the holy hip hop scene, during the early nineteen nineties, with artists as: Freedom of Soul, SFC and Dynamic Twins.
Peace 586 states about this pioneering time:
"We just wanted to make music, I mean good music that everyone would be satisfied with. We never planned for it to turn out the way it did. Gene was definately a genius. [Editor: Gene Eugene co-founder of the label]

Tunnel Rats
Peace 586 is mostly active as a producer nowadays and long time member of the Tunnel Rats. He has made the beats for and co-produced their classic debut album "Experience" (1996).

LPG
The producer himself is most proud of another renowned album, which is LPG's "The Earthworm" from 1995. Peace 586 says: "The Earthworm by LPG that's my favorite album, I've ever worked on. I did every track, except the title [song]."

Friends
The friendship with LPG started quite early as Peace 586 explains: "I've known Dax and Jurny [Big] since JC & The Boyz. We used to go to youth service at their church. So I been knowing them since I was like 19 and Dax was 16 in high school. When I was recording "Caught In A Land Of Time" I shouted them out and I was the first dude to respect them on wax. Then they helped and participated on the "2nd comin", then the Earthworm was birthed, the rest is history."

Gene Eugene
The album "586" (2001) is dedicated to the producer and founder of the label Brainstorm, Gene Eugene. He passed away on March 20th, 2000. The track "You Hear" featuring Sup the Chemist is in honor of Gene, who had an open mind towards hip hop and gave many artists the opportunity to release a record through Brainstorm.

Albums
After his last Freedom Of Soul album The 2nd comin' (1994) the MC released his solo debut album "The Risen Son" in 1996. His sophomore album "586" released on Sphere of Hip Hop Records in 2000 would be re-released through Uprok Records in 2001. His last solo album "Generations" (Uprok Records) is from 2003.

New Project
In May 2009 the hip hop veteran Peace 586 announces a beat tape entitled "heAr" set for release in 2009. The capital A represents the volume (series).

Release:aBle
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Media:[Audio CD] [Digital Download]
Released:2010
Recordlabel:ILLECT Recordings
Info:The album is scheduled for release in 2010.
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Release:heAr
heAr
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Media:[Digital Download]
Released:2009
Recordlabel:ILLECT Recordings
Info:The album is released on July 7th, 2009.

1. Furiously Slow
2. Ukan
3. Yhy?
4. Bells the Rock - featuring Jurny
5. heAr - featuring Raphi aka Shames Worthy
6. RikRube
7. Grace - featuring Sojourn
8. Tree Trunx - featuring Propaganda
9. Thnk 3xs - featuring Griffin
10. Noway! - featuring Jurny
11. Puter game - featuring Triune
12. Let's Go! - featuring Griffin
13. Watch (Healing) - featuring Dax aka Theory
14. Lala
15. Wonderland
16. Cool - featuring Zane One
17. Huh? Wut? - featuring Peace 586
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Release:Generations
Generations
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Media:[Audio CD]
Released:2003
Recordlabel:Uprok Records
Info:Guest appearances on almost every song. Artists included Pigeon John, LPG, Raphi, Remnant, New Breed and Mass Reality. But also old-school MCs like IDOL King, Noel Arthurton of the Dynamic Twins, Sup the Chemist and John Gibson. Production by Don Baker a.k.a. Dert, Raphi and Jermz.

1. Hear Me Now - featuring Soup the Chemist
2. Love's Still There - featuring Jon Gibson
3. Respect - featuring Dynamic Twins
4. Progress
5. Bonds Like These
6. We Came To Show
7. No More Yesterday
8. Solid - featuring The Remnant
9. God Said It
10. Hard Ballin - featuring New Breed
11. Mouring for the Art
12. Everything I
13. Here For Years - featuring New Breedís Macho, and new Tunnel Rat MC's Propaganda and Dokument
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Release:586
586
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Media:[Audio CD]
Released:2001
Recordlabel:Uprok Records
Info:Producers are Peace 586 and Btwice. Guest appearances by Jurny Big and Sup the Chemist.

1. 586
2. The difference
3. Tru ' Ndeed
4. Reasons - featuring Jurny Big
5. Itchin
6. You hear - featuring Sup the Chemist
7. Questions
8. The deal
9. Boom zoom
10. Peace of praise
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Release:586 (original release)
586 (original release)
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Media:[Audio CD]
Released:2001
Recordlabel:Sphere of Hip-Hop
Info:Dedicated to Gene Eugene.

All tracks produced, arranged and written by Peace586 unless otherwise noted.
Bass guitar by Rob Salter on tracks 1, 2, 4-8 and 10.
Track 2 arranged by Peace586 & Jurnybig.
Track 3 produced by btwice & Peace586.
Tracks 4, 5, 8 and 9 written by Peace586 and Jurnybig.
Track 6 written by Sup and Peace586.
Track 10 guitar by Rob Hernandez.
All songs recorded at Moonsong studios, Riverside, California.
Engineered by Bob Moon and Peace586.
All songs mixed & mastered by Mark Rodriguez at Big Marks Crib @ the Sony lot in Culver City, California.
Photography by Anna Cardenas.
Art, graphics, design by Vinyl Jones and Plastic.

1. 586
2. The difference
3. Tru ' Ndeed
4. Reasons featuring Jurny Big
5. Itchin
6. You hear - featuring Sup the Chemist
7. Questions
8. The deal
9. Boom zoom
10. Peace of praise
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Release:The Risen Son
The Risen Son
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Media:[Audio CD]
Released:1996
Recordlabel:Innocent Media
Info:All songs written by LPG and Peace, except "Learn" and "I.D." written by the Tunnel Rats and "Where I'm at" written by Peace.
All songs produced by Peace. All songs copyright Peace 586 Music ASCAP.
All turntable expertise by DJ cartoon.
Sample assistance by the Tunnel Rats and Raphi.
Engineered by Peace, LPG and Gene Eugene at the Green Room.
Mixed by Peace and Gene Eugene at the Green Room and Mixing Lab.
Executive producer Joseph Taylor.
Photos and provocative layout by Matt Wignall.
Tunnel Rats are LPG, Peace, Future Shock, Raphi and Insane.

1. Rhimespiritsoul
2. Risen son
3. Listen
4. Lessons of worship
5. Rain
6. Learn - featuring The Tunnel Rats
7. Step inside
8. Just a hip hop love song - featuring Zane
9. Where I'm at
10. I.D. - featuring The Tunnel Rats
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Release:Listen (single)
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Media:[Audio Tape]
Recordlabel:Brainstorm
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