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The Goats

One of the more overlooked groups in the early-'90s alternative rap movement, the Goats were an interracial Philadelphia trio who featured a live backing band before fellow hometowners the Roots shot to acclaim with a similar format. The Goats sounded a bit different, though, mixing intelligent, Public Enemy-influenced political raps with good-humored Native Tongues positivity, plus a bit of aggressive, hard-partying funk-rock. Oatie Kato (born Maxx Stoyanoff-Williams), Madd, and Swayzack first got together in 1991, and became the first signing for the Philly-based hip-hop label Ruffhouse (which would soon land a distribution deal with Sony). The group released its debut album, 1992's Tricks of the Shade, to strongly positive reviews, and shortly thereafter put together an in-concert backing band which took their sound in a rap-rock direction. However, Oatie soon left the group, dissatisfied with the behind-the-scenes excess; he went on to form Incognegro, and took much of the Goats' political perceptiveness with him. The remaining duo debuted the live band on the Goats' second album, 1994's No Goats No Glory, which was viewed by many critics as a disappointing follow-up. By 1996, the group had disbanded, but Incognegro would release their debut album by the end of the decade, with Oatie performing under the name MC Uh-Oh. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi
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These bios are funny how off they are sometimes... .
Sad sad sad 65 likes underrated, intelligent and fun
And uncle scams federally funded welfare circus is up there with Prince among Thieves as concept albums.
I thought Oatie went missing at some point?
The Georgie Bush kids are running sh*#
Hellafied ill ishh!
the real hip-hop
Fuckk Yeahh<3
this is what hiphop was suppose to becum.lil wayne,drake, n i k i what ever the hell her name is what it has became.It Sucks! I miss the good music.I was the only Kid in my school with a goats 12 inch
padulojoe
I don't think the bio is very accurate. Some of it is just wrong.
definatily the best f!$#n hip hop ever!!!!!!! DONT DOUBT IT !!!!!
doitsade
This is the one and only "Chicken Little" and without a doubt we will be staight O.G! F**k Uncle Scam!! Dig Me!! We will be back!!!!
the GOATS are the s**t! if you didnt know them then you should know them NOW!
goodshit!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
bbblackie
I use to rock this in college until someone stole it :(
Highly underrated.. .
kvincent82
One of the best groups of all time!!

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