Located in Milwaukee, Citizen King mix hip-hop, soul and punk in a method similar to Fishbone (who they’ve toured with) on the 1995 debut album Brown Tote. Guitarist Kristian Riley, vocalist Matt Sims, pianist Dave Cooley and turntable professional Malcolm Michiles created Citizen Ruler in 1993 after their earlier band Crazy Kingdom split up. Regional compliment for the group’s live display caught the hearing of Caught Development’s Conversation, who produced many tracks on Brownish Bag. Following the five-song EP Count number the times and displays with Fishbone, Resident King performed at Austin’s South by Southwest convention. Professionals in the major-label subsidiary 510 had been impressed, and authorized the band; Count number the Days adopted in 1996, plus they came back in 1999 with Portable Estates.
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|Malcolm in the Middle||2000-2006||TV Series performer - 2 episodes|
|The Animal||2001||performer: "Salt Bag Spill", "Safety Pin"|
|Chain of Fools||2000||performer: "Better Days And The Bottom Drops Out", "Jalopy Style", "Jacknife"|
|The Specials||2000||performer: "Better Days"|
|Playing Mona Lisa||2000||performer: "Better Days"|
|2gether||2000||TV Movie performer: "Under The Influence"|
|Charmed||1999-2000||TV Series performer - 2 episodes|
|Roswell||1999||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Mystery Men||1999||performer: "Gangsters"|
|Fifty||1999||Documentary performer: "Long Walk Home", "Better Days", "Under the Influence", "Billhilly"|
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