As a result of the success of "I Got", the group began to open for such international acts as Busta Rhymes and Missy Elliott on their New Zealand tours and were signed as the first act on new independent central Auckland based record label 'AKrite Records', who entered into a deal with Universal Music to distribute the group's singles and album 'Set the Record Straight'. 'I Got finished the year at ..17 on the New Zealand Top 40 Chart for 2004. While "I Got" spent time on the charts the Fast Crew began working on their first album Set the Record Straight and released their second single of the album "It's the Incredible" in November The album Set the Record Straight was released in December 2004 and achieved gold status within a week of its release and a peak position of ..11. With the release of the album the group toured New Zealand to promote it and continued with an appearance at the NZ music festival, Big Day Out.
The album also reached the top 100 in Australia and continues to rise up the charts with the success of the latest single release in Australia "Suburbia Streets". The band also recently performed to rave reviews at 'Big Day Out' Auckland and East Coast cities of Australia. Fast Crew's third single from Set the Record Straight, called "Suburbia Streets", was released in March 2005 and reached a height of ..10 in NZ. With continued success in New Zealand Fast Crew entered Australia with "I Got" reaching ..22 on the ARIAnet singles chart in May 2005, following the rise and success of fellow New Zealand rapper Scribe.
In August the same year, "It's the Incredible" was also released in Australia, reaching ..41. "Suburbia Streets" debuted on 20th Feb 2006 at ..39 in the Australian charts. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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