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some hip-hop guys... they got some pretty nice tracks, like 'a day at the races', thats my favorite one. but of course, its the only track of theirs that i've heard so of course it's my favorite.
look at the other guy's definition because it is way better than mine...
by karl July 08, 2004
 
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Though there's actually six of them, Jurassic 5 got everything else right on their self-titled debut EP. Part of the new rap underground of the late '90s (along with Company Flow, Mos Def, Doctor Octagon, and Sir Menelik), the sextet -- rappers Marc 7even, Chali 2na, Zaakir, and Akil, plus producers Cut Chemist and DJ Nu-Mark -- came together in 1993 at the Los Angeles cafe/venue named the Good Life. The six members were part of two different crews, Rebels of Rhythm and Unity Committee; after collaborating on a track, they combined into Jurassic 5 and debuted in 1995 with the "Unified Rebellion" single for TVT Records. At the tail end of 1997, the Jurassic 5 EP appeared and was hailed by critics as one of the freshest debuts of the year (if not the decade). Both Cut Chemist and Chali 2na are also part of the Latin-hop collective Ozomatli, while Chemist himself recorded several mix-tapes plus the wide-issue album Future Primitive Soundsession (with Shortkut from Invisibl Skratch Piklz). The year 2000 found the group on tour with Fiona Apple and on the Warped Festival, just in time for the release of Quality Control that summer. Live work continued during 2000-2001, and a second record (Power in Numbers) appeared by the end of 2002.
Hey you got Power in Numbers? It's there best I reckon.
by yo moma June 27, 2004
 
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not that great. very repetitive. i went to see them. wasnt that good, the ticket was free.
playground tactics, a rabbit in a hatrick......whatever
by rathsangatas drink October 29, 2004