The Dirt Brothers were one of the preeminent producers from the 1990s, helming records for everybody from Tone-Loc to Beck to Hanson while influencing countless others making use of their signature cut-and-paste marriage of hip-hop and rock. Never to become puzzled with the English creation duo the Chemical substance Brothers, who started their career beneath the same name before finding a cease-and-desist purchase, the Los Angeles-based Dust particles Brothers had been Mike Simpson and John Ruler, who fulfilled in 1983 while operating in the Pomona University radio train station. They originally teamed to DJ at celebrations, and by the finish of the 10 years scored a creation cope with the Great tasting Vinyl fabric label. In 1989, they obtained chart success generating debuts from rappers Tone-Loc (the monster strike “Crazy Thing”) and Small MC, but their most unique early function was around the Beastie Males’ groundbreaking Paul’s Shop, widely acclaimed being among the most innovative and important albums of the time because of its pioneering usage of digital sampling. Within the years to check out, the Dirt Brothers emerged being among the most sought-after remixers and suppliers on the market, working on tasks for everybody from White colored Zombie to Technotronic to Shonen Blade; in addition they founded their very own label, Nickel Handbag (later transformed to Ideal), and in 1996 helmed Beck’s remarkable Odelay. Branching out even more, in 1997 they created Hanson’s chart-topping “MMMBop,” and a handful of songs from the Moving Rocks’ Bridges to Babylon LP. Their initial full-length single record was the rating for the 1999 film Combat Club.
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|The Blacklist||2014||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Alpha and Omega||2010||producer: "MMMBop"|
|Chuck||2010||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Rock Band 2||2008||Video Game writer: "E - Pro"|
|Saturday Night Live||2006||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Inland Empire||2006||writer: "Black Tambourine" - as The Dust Brothers|
|Tough Enough||2006||writer: "Girl"|
|Who Killed the Electric Car?||2006||Documentary performer: "Ozzie and Harriet" / writer: "Ozzie and Harriet"|
|The O.C.||2005||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Encuentro de 3 en 1 cuarto||2002||Short performer: "Finding the bomb" / writer: "Finding the bomb"|
|Crazy/Beautiful||2001||producer: "Everytime" - as Dust Bros.|
|Brothers||2000/II||performer: "The Rockafeller Skank"|
|Muppets from Space||1999||performer: "Shining Star"|
|Dead Man on Campus||1998||performer: "Realize Chemical Brothers Remix" - as The Dust Brothers / producer: "Golden Years", "We Still Need More Than Anyone Can Give", "Realize Chemical Brothers Remix", "Sperm", "Cowboy Song" - as The Dust Brothers|
|The X Files||1998||performer: "The X-Files Theme" - uncredited|
|A Life Less Ordinary||1997||producer: "Deadweight"|
|Orgazmo||1997||performer: "Death", "Try Your Luck", "Funk Pig", "Time" - as The Dust Brothers|
|Private Parts||1997||performer: "Tortured Man"|
|Paranoia: PS2||2002||Video short music by|
|Beastie Boys: Video Anthology||2000||Video documentary composer: songs "Shake Your Rump", "Hey Ladies", "Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun" and "Shadrach"|
|Dead Man on Campus||1998||executive music producer - as The Dust Brothers|
|Errors in Geography: Leaving Donetsk (To Live in Donetsk)||2015||Video short special thanks - as The Dust Brothers|
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