Feedback?!…nah, that’s the “hypeness”.

Show – December 2, 1993
Sounds like this is right about when we started firmly sitting in the old Raw Deal chair and began to really “produce” the show. J holds the down the hosting duties this evening. The first Ace Slaughter intro debuts. The Muck Men visit the show to premiere “Run Amuck” and fall victim to the very wack guest booth mic. Sorry ’bout that fellas. I wonder what they’re up to? Shouts to Mt. Holly!
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2 Responses to “Feedback?!…nah, that’s the “hypeness”.”

  1. March 6, 2010 at 1:16 pm

    Awesome blog man! Keep it up – I just discovered it so it’ll take me a while to check it out properly, but trust me I will!

    I remember hearing Courageous Chief, Baby Chill & Dungeon Boys doing some mad freestyles back in like 1992 on WBRB Priceton. I know Chief dropped an EP a year earlier but whatever happened to him after 1992? Crack? Regarding Baby Chill I know he dropped an LP titled “Wake Up Call” but I’ve never had the chance to get to listen to the whole thing except for five or so tracks.

    To my main question: Do you know if Dungeon Boys as well as The Hillbillies ever released any material? I’ve been trying mad hard to find anything but without any results.

    Once again, thanks for a very very very good blog. I will add you!

  2. 2 dgroovy
    March 6, 2010 at 1:33 pm

    I don’t know what happend to Chief or Dungeon Boys. If I can catch up with G he would know (also Ronnie might know). The Hillbillies became the Muck Men. We kept in in touch with them for a minute and they did a cut for the Street Vibes compilation. I’ll dig that up one day and encode it and post it. 100x thanks for the props.

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