Fun Lovin Criminals
Citizenship : United States
Group Fun Lovin` Criminals, one of the most impressive games of renewals " dissidents ", started its way to NewNew York (by the way, like the Beastie Boys). Nazvanie they borrowed from the New York graffiti.
Group Fun Lovin` Criminals, one of the most impressive games of renewals " dissidents ", started its way to New York (by the way, like the Beastie Boys). The name they borrowed from the New York graffiti.In 1993, bassist and keyboardist Fast (real name Brian Andrew Leiser (Brian Andrew Leiser)) and drummer Steve (aka Stephen Byron Bordzhovini (Stephen Byron Borgovini)) tried to play along with the vocalist and guitarist Huey (aka Hugh Thomas Morgan (Hugh Thomas Angel Diaz Morgan)), an avid fan of the blues. Fast and Stevie met as teenagers, when we went to the same school of Syracuse. Then he played in a techno band, even published a few records, but the group broke up and two friends went to New York. Prior to that, trying to get Fast classically trained trumpet, but it is not long enough ,but he became a computer ace and is aware of all the sampling, which can only know a musician. Huey, half- Irish, half- Puerto Rican, served two years in the US Navy (it was the only way to avoid problems with the police) , and then settled down to remove the dishes in a New York club. Most of all he wanted to do chem-something more " fun ".
Triple Alliance Fast- Stevie - Hui was quite viable. They managed to create spectacular audiokollazhi, correctly picking up samples, or performing all their own. New York underground music pretty quickly got a taste, cost trinity dozen times to go to the scene of the club "The Limelight".And on alternative radio complacently accepted the newcomers playing hip- hop to the alternative bias and impurity blues rhythms.
Starting with the debut EP "Fun Lovin` Criminals" on an independent label in 1995, the team could already boast a contract with Capitol label (a division of EMI).A notice of Capitol managers are just at a concert at the club "The Limelight". A year later came the first Long-play "Come Find Yourself", which immediately came to taste the music critics and delighted fans of alternative rap. His commercial effect was not God knows how, but a single stroke "Scooby Snacks",picked up by radio stations rose by 14 rock chart line. The song told about the robbery of the bank under the influence of drugs, and its main highlight were samples from Quentin Tarantino movie "Pulp Fiction" and "Reservoir Dogs". Criminal topics were devoted almost all the songs of their debut album, starting with "The King