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Rhythm Trip

Rhythm Trip

Rhythm Trip


Rhythm Trip is the brainchild of Tim "T" McMurtrie,original guitarist for the legendary underground group M.O.D.,who co-wrote M.O.D's 1987 debut album USA FOR M.O.D. and 1992's Rhythm OF Fear.2 years after conceiving the idea of the band,T enlisted the aid of an uknown MC from New York named A.J.This collaboration formed the explosive nucleus that bridged their concept of this crossover style.Rounded out by DJ Axis (on the turntables), Rich C.(guitar), Dave U. Read more on Last.fm
Rhythm Trip is the brainchild of Tim "T" McMurtrie,original guitarist for the legendary underground group M.O.D.,who co-wrote M.O.D's 1987 debut album USA FOR M.O.D. and 1992's Rhythm OF Fear.2 years after conceiving the idea of the band,T enlisted the aid of an uknown MC from New York named A.J.This collaboration formed the explosive nucleus that bridged their concept of this crossover style.Rounded out by DJ Axis (on the turntables), Rich C.(guitar), Dave U.(bass), Tamir M.(drums). In 1996, Rhythm Trip's debut album, "Bring Da Ruckus", was released exclusively in Europe through Intercord/Bullet Proof Records. "Bring Da Ruckus" expanded the horizon of Rhythm Trip by introducing them to European audiences,where the band played to an incredible reception and established a fan base at major festivals and on a triple-bill tour with Merauder and Pro-Pain.Following that tour,the video single "Who Holdz Da Crown" was aired on a number of European music television stations.The band also released "Return of Da Dragon"in 1998.Rhythm Trip is a band that has an explosive live performance,that fans still come to see nearly 10 years later.. Studio Albums Bring Da Ruckus (1996) Return of Da Dragon (1998) Read more on Last.fm.

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