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The Brotherhood

The Brotherhood

The Brotherhood


There are two bands tagged The Brotherhood. 1/ The Brotherhood were UK Hip Hop's big hitters in the mid-90's. Originally released as founding artists on the Bite It! label they were later signed to Virgin. They released a number of 12" singles, EP's and mini albums, with the main album 'Elementalz' being released by Virgin to critical acclaim, but low levels of sales. They split with Virgin after a turbulent label experience and the death of their manager Marts Androps (who was also the manager of Roger Sanchez). Read more on Last.fm
There are two bands tagged The Brotherhood. 1/ The Brotherhood were UK Hip Hop's big hitters in the mid-90's. Originally released as founding artists on the Bite It! label they were later signed to Virgin. They released a number of 12" singles, EP's and mini albums, with the main album 'Elementalz' being released by Virgin to critical acclaim, but low levels of sales. They split with Virgin after a turbulent label experience and the death of their manager Marts Androps (who was also the manager of Roger Sanchez).

They released one EP after leaving Virgin which featured the track 'Dungeon Town' performed with British 80's soul funk band 'Light of the World'. They then broke up. There is a lot of rare unreleased material for this group some of which can be found here on Last FM. Look out for 'Strangers' and 'Bare Destruction'. 2/ The Brotherhood was a hardcore straight edge band from Seattle.

Greg Anderson (SunnO)))) and Nate Mendel (The Foo Fighters, Sunny Day Real Estate) played in it. The last recording of the band were reissued in 2014 by Southern Lord Records. 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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