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Furious

Furious

Furious


There are at least 3 artists with this name 1) Psytrance producers (Nikolay Golutvin & Vladimir Kataev) from Russia. This is the Furious that everyone is talking about. They produce dark-psytrance with bpm's ranging from 150 to 190. furious' style is best compared to very raw psychedelic tunes mixed with a very typical drive to it. This extreme drive that furious can put into the music really defines them within the psychedelic movement. In the Read more on Last.fm
There are at least 3 artists with this name 1) Psytrance producers (Nikolay Golutvin & Vladimir Kataev) from Russia. This is the Furious that everyone is talking about. They produce dark-psytrance with bpm's ranging from 150 to 190. furious' style is best compared to very raw psychedelic tunes mixed with a very typical drive to it. This extreme drive that furious can put into the music really defines them within the psychedelic movement.

In the side project Crazy Astronaut you can hear this drive become even more powerful with lots of melodic sounds based on the furious-project, but taken a level higher/more melodic. You can clearly hear all kinds of music being reformed into the typical furious sounds, like drum and bass or even hip hop. 2) Hip-Hop Artist, Producer, and Songwriter. Born and raised in the Bay Area, Furious' passion for Hip-Hop music began early.

With that determination, Furious launched his career as a Hip-Hop Artist, Producer, and Songwriter in 1993 with the release of his first album "If I Can't Have None." This album, which contained raw beats and lyrics, became the stepping stone for the local Bay Area talent to establish himself as a lyrical and dynamic MC in the hip-hop music industry. With little time wasted, Furious began working on his new projects "Sip the Life" (1998) and "Things Change," (2001) and reached a level of lyrical skill and maturity that captivated many different audiences. In February of 2003, Furious began his California Promotional Tour in the Bay Area and since then has performed in several cities throughout California and featured on several major radio stations. Furious collaborated with many notable artists including E-40, Loon, The Game, Clipse, Young Bloodz, Field Mob, Bubba Sparxxx, Too Short, Scarface, Juvenile, Punjabi MC and toured with Pit Bull. After the Tour, Furious released the first single off the "Breaking Point" album "Take you Down" featuring E-40 and Stres{Federation}. The second single "That's the Businesss" produced by E ASki and CMT feat.

Raullie followed. The album "Breaking Point" hit stores November of 2005. 3) Hardcore Thrash band from Brussels. Read more on Last.fm.

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