Hence, the album was never released in the US, although the company released the album to the foreign market to great critical acclaim. Following this upset, the group split up and went their separate ways. DJ Supreme founded Backbone Records, whilst Kamanchi Sly and DJ Undercover founded Reservoir Records and recorded as Mr Pink and Mr Blond for a short while, before Kamanchi Sly changed his name to Unknown MC and had chart success with his brother DJ Pied Piper as DJ Pied Piper and the Masters of Ceremonies. Their single "Do You Really Like It" (??, 2001) reach number 1 in the UK charts. Since then, Kamanchi Sly has come back to the British hip hop scene, releasing two EPs in 2004 and with an album - The Holy Grail - due from Catalyst Recordings in 2005. DJ Supreme has become recognised for his innovations in scratching by the Turntablist community worldwide, this was highlighted by his attendance to the Scratchcon 2000 seminar in San Fransico. Hosted by DJ Qbert, Supreme was invited to speak about his work alongside other world class scratch DJs. Supreme is actively DJing on the European club circuit and continues to work in music production today.
His most recent projects include the making of his Semi-bio documentary film The Turntable Trixters which chronicles the history of Hijack. The film was recently screen by the British Film Institute and billed as an urban arts classic. 2) Hijack - a speed metal band 3) Hijack - a rock deejay, formerly the host and producer of "the Other Side" on WUEV 91.5 FM Evansville, Indiana, who continues to produce music (with and without his band "the Requests" and his former cohost "Roxy") even though he has officially retired. 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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