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LPG

LPG
Country:United States
Website:http://tunnelrats.net
email:macho@tunnelrats.net
Releases:[The Gadfly] [360 Degrees] [A Place Called Hip Hop (single)] [The Earthworm] [Worst enemy, greatest allie (single)]
Lyrics:Found 16 lyrics at BusyR.com Lyrics Archive.
Info:LPG are cousins Dax and Jurny Big from Los Angeles. Dax used to be called Theory. The LPG crew are the founders of the Tunnel Rats, which is a group of collaborating artists.

Debut
Their 1995 debut Earthworm is considered a classic in the holyhiphop scene. LPG stood for Lordís Personal Gangsters, but is now explained as Living Proof of Grace.

Albums
In 2003 the Gadfly is released as their final and last album. But it's not a complete farewell, since Jurny Big published his solo CD "Biggest of them all" in 2003 and Dax Reynosa manages Tunnel Rats Music.

New projects
But in 2005 a new album called "the Perfect Man" is announced by the duo! A release date is not yet been metioned.

Production Credits
Dax Reynosa and Dert have produced KRS One's album entitled "Life" released on June 13th, 2006 through Antagonist Records.

Release:The Gadfly
The Gadfly
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Media:[Audio CD]
Released:2003
Recordlabel:Uprok Records
Info:Third and last album from LPG. Guest appearances by Raphi and Sev Statik.
All songs written by D. Baker, D. Reynosa, A. Olguin, except where otherwise noted.
All beats produced by Dert, except " Read Me and Learn" produced by Peace 586 and "Respect Due" produced by Jermz of Foundation.
Executive Production by Dax Reynosa. Production by LPG, Raphi Henley and Dert.
Recorded and Engineered by Raphi Henley at the Rat Hole. Mastered by Bob Moon at the Fender Museum.
All songs published by Tunnel Rat Songs (BMI) / Spinning Audio Vortex (BMI).
Art Direction by Donald Wilson Baker Jr.
Artist & Repertoire manager Josh "Plastic".

1. Intro
2. Place Called Hip Hop
3. Me and My Cousin
4. OW Emcees
5. Interlude
6. Record Keeps Spinning
7. Never Did I
8. Interlude
9. Squad Car
10. Liquid
11. Interlude
12. Read Me and Learn (D. Reynosa, R. Vasquez)
13. Interlude
14. Wackness Like - featuring Raphi (D. Baker, D. Reynosa, R. Henley, A. Olguin)
15. Just Another Day
16. In Your Mind
17. Interlude
18. Mistakes (D. Baker, A. Olguin)
19. Uiznotanemcee
20. Ins and Outs
21. First To Fight - featuring Sev Statik (D. Baker, D. Heynosa, A. Olguin, J. Evans)
22. Respect Due (J. Dodd, D. Reynosa, A. Olguin)
23. Outro
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Release:360 Degrees
360 Degrees
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Released:1998
Recordlabel:Solar Music Group
Info:1. Fade away
2. Chain reaction - featuring DJ Rip-One
3. Pen player (listen)
4. Must - featuring DJ Rip-One
5. Abandoned
6. Battle cry
7. Listenin'
8. Title takin' - featuring Raphi
9. World war III - featuring Ahmad
10. Collision
11. Place called hip hop - featuring DJ Phyz Ed
12. D.O.A.
13. Stargazer
14. Crew - featuring Redbonez
15. Thinkin' out loud - featuring Zane
16. 360
Rating:Our users rated this release: 8.5 out of 10
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Release:A Place Called Hip Hop (single)
A Place Called Hip Hop (single)
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Media:[Audio CD] [Audio Tape] [Digital Download]
Released:1997
Recordlabel:Tunnel Rat Music
Info:Re-released as a digital download, which includes an updated version plus the instrumental of A Place Called Hip Hop.

Credits Original
Music By
- Trey and Peace 586 : 1
- Peace 586 : 2
- Bobby Ross Avila, scratching by The Innernationals : 3
Cover Art By Steve Lopez (Frustr8).
Graphic Design By Matt Wignall.
Distribution by SMG Solar Music Group.

1. A Place Called Hip Hop
2. It Dont Stop
3. Breakers Only
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Release:The Earthworm
The Earthworm
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Released:1995
Recordlabel:Brainstorm
Info:A classic album with early appearances by Future Shock, Raphi and Pigeon John. It was produced by Peace 586 and Sup the Chemist.

1. A place called hiphop
2. Hour glass
3. Worst enemy, greatest allie
4. Earthworm (listen)
5. To late
6. Judge not - featuring Pigeon John
7. Deafening silence
8. Slaughter - featuring Raphi
9. Great to be dead
10. Then came dawn
11. I wonder
Rating:Our users rated this release: 10 out of 10
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Release:Worst enemy, greatest allie (single)
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Media:[Audio Tape]
Recordlabel:Brainstorm
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