So Solid Crew

So Solid Crew

So Solid Crew, you might say, got a bad rap. Bursting out of Battersea, south London, in 2001 with a host of brilliantly raw snare-and-bass productions topped by a clamour of MCs, they got a reputation as “the Sex Pistols of UK garage”,...

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Asher D : Why Me?/Back In The Day

Asher D : Why Me?/Back In The Day

Funny old year for Asher D, the So Solid-affiliated MC and graduate of the Sylvia Young acting school. Scored a Number One with ‘Haterz’ at the start of 2002 only to be sent down for 18 months for waving a shooter in a traffic warden’s face,...

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So Solid Crew : F**k It: The Official So Solid Crew Mix Compilation

So Solid Crew : F**k It: The Official So Solid...

It's like people are always watching them. Listening to what they say. Calling their names, recognising their faces, wondering what they know about their crew. Oh, the burden of fame, and how heavily it weighs on the multiple shoulders of the...

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So Solid Crew : They Don't Know

So Solid Crew : They Don't Know

At the beginning of 2001, So Solid Crew were the young turks of two-step: a gang of glowering south London street kids, faces pressed against the window of the Top 40, plotting. Eleven months and a chart-topping single on, they're a...

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So Solid Crew : They Don't Know

So Solid Crew : They Don't Know

Beginning with the unfortunate, to say the least, line 'Ladies and gentlemen, I'm about to resort to violence' (on the album version, anyway) the band featuring British pop's current nastiest piece of work ignite what will undoubtedly be their...

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