Release Date: 07/28/2006
THC doin' it again; bringin real underground hip-hop. Fresh tracks with hard-hitting lyrics shooting at politics, religion, and the hip-hop industry. Music to bop your head to and keep your brain in it. Check out special guest MC Ti Couli
from France - tight!
more info see biNary Static Official Site
- 01. THC_Folder
- 02. Get Up
- 03. Tearz (feat Jason Rubin)
- 04. Love Hate & Elements
- 05. I aint gettin that
- 06. All your Life
- 07. Static_Folder
- 08. Cosmic needz
- 09. Strickly 4 my HipHopHeadz
- 10. New Shit
- 11. masterpiece
- 12. Sick (feat eric ross)
- 13. rebel
- 14. biNary_Folder
- 15. Bad Boy (feat Ti Couli)
- 16. livinUnderground
- 17. underGround Boogie (feat J-boogie)
- 18. wonderland
- 19. O Yeah
- 20. ?_Folder (6 secret tracks)
Release Date: 04/20/2004
Take a trip with the high children Before the Contracts control their souls.
GET READY to HIT THAT CHRONIC while you ROLL WID US, TILL OBLIVION!
You’ll find out quick when you experience this album that The High Children STAY HIGH!
Release Date: 05/18/2000
The High Children are making moves! This 9 track CD features "420" which got a grip of play on Seattle's 93.3 KUBE FM.
A very cool record which features a new High Children. LoOn-e has teamed up with MC Jamal (aka Proglem Child aka Mr E) and Futomaru
DJ, LSDJ and made some very well produced tracks. Still "very very high", we hope the High Children just keep comin' with it!
Pick it up!
Release Date: 02/15/1996
The Sweet Mother Recording Company (now Neverstop) was one of America's hippest labels for abstract and dance flavored groups. They released 3xInfinity, a 12 inch vinyl record of 6 mixes of the single "Wonderland". Featuring remixes by Dragonfly and DJ Luke McKehan, cuts and scratches by LSDJ, and vocals by LoOn-e and Nikkol Kollars.
In a feature review, DownTempo Magazine called it "...the label's strongest release yet...Stoney shit, man."
Originally written and recorded by LoOn-e and Steve Scalfati, it was re-recorded here and spread throughout the world!. Check it out for yourself, it's high, high, high!
Halluc the Nation
Release Date: 07/13/1998
Halluc The Nation is a bootleg of some of the first THC recordings. LoOn-e (Loonatic of The HIgh Children and Sweet Mother's "3xInfinity
") and producer Steven "Groov-e" Scalfati
team up to create acid hip-hop. LoOn-e's lyrics are personal and real. The album itself flows nicely. The High Children's use of segways is smooth and creative. They draw you into their story. We found this unreleased fully-sick album and cried for those who have not heard it. This is some high shit! Put it on your Diskman with head-phones! It grooves and grooves and grooves.