Old School Boom Bap
MC’s Quro ; Muskrat , DJ Madcap , Tyson Ballard (Percussion), Ben Timmis (Rhodes) and Jeremy Glover (Bass) and Dieter Linde (Drums) in 1997.
The Fuglemen were Adelaide’s premier hip hop crew, contemporaries to Hilltop Hoods. Pop Gun released two tracks, Last Wave and Ghost Gums on white vinyl 7″. This is Ghost Gums, taken from the album that followed, Momento Mori.
Featured on The Formula released in 1999 on Wild Child Productions - cassette only.
Featured on Home Brewz Volume 2 released in 1997
Finger Lickin' Good was an Australian Hip Hop group that was active between 1992-1995. Founded in Adelaide by emcees Madcap & Quro, they were later joined by producer/DJ Groove Terminator (also known as GT of Tonight Only) as producer. A 3rd emcee, Flak (responsible for discovering and naming Adelaide's most famous Hip Hop export the Hilltop Hoods) joined the group shortly after the recording of their EP and appeared at their live shows from mid-1993 onwards.
Their first release was a limited run of 100 cassette tapes titled 'Southern Fried', from which they funded their first vinyl EP release called 'Illegitimate Sons of the Bastard Funk!' on Illegitimate Records. The EP was recorded at Bartel Street Studios, Mixed by Groove Terminator and Engineered/Recorded by Nathan 'Nook' Binstock (of Intence Quality) and Tony Elliot. EP Artwork by Hams (QLD).