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Motown Rage

Before the commercial wave of watered down music that you hear today was playing, a band called Harms Way was ripping up stages all across the country. Harms Way was opening up for such artists as Kid Rock (who produced many tracks for them) I.C.P., and their good friends, Pantera. Well as time went on, the music biz b.s. began to wear on certain members. Those members came and went, but the core of the group, Razor Ray (guitar and vocals), and Steve Berger (bass), a.k.a. 2Def, remained intact with one goal in mind...BLOWING UP. During member changes, none other than The Insane Clown Posse ap ...read more

Before the commercial wave of watered down music that you hear today was playing, a band called Harms Way was ripping up stages all across the country. Harms Way was opening up for such artists as Kid Rock (who produced many tracks for them) I.C.P., and their good friends, Pantera. Well as time went on, the music biz b.s. began to wear on certain members. Those members came and went, but the core of the group, Razor Ray (guitar and vocals), and Steve Berger (bass), a.k.a. 2Def, remained intact with one goal in mind...BLOWING UP. During member changes, none other than The Insane Clown Posse approached Razor and Steve. They were asked to go on the Bizaar Bizzar tour to play guitar and bass for them (make up and all). Without even hesitating, they signed up. After playing many dates and living the life that major label artists do, they knew the level they wanted to achieve with their own music that they self-coined RAP & ROLL.

But who could they get to take it to that next level and fit into the puzzle? Well, they had done many shows with Mob Mentality, a collective of hardcore M.C.'s, including a guy named Sadistic (formerly known as Mindbenda). Sadistic was grinding it out in the scene producing for Y.T.G., as well as playing shows with many national acts such as I.C.P., Mystikal, Onyx, Das Efx, Eminem (before he became a household word) and House of Krazees (now known as Twiztid). They knew he had an understanding of the hip-hop scene as well as a love of the hard rock/metal genre of music. When presented with a chance to play with Detroit's premiere rap/rock duo, Sadistic decided to check it out, saying, « hide


Motown Rage


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