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1999 Paradise in Distress. Soon gaining recognition for their skillful raps, Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five pioneered MCing, freestyle battles, and invented some of the staple phrases in MCing. 1997 Naked II (unplugged). Ness) to create Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five. 1995 Love Sweat (covers). Two other rappers briefly joined, but they were replaced more permanently by Rahiem (Guy Todd Williams, previously in the Funky Four) and Scorpio (Eddie Morris, also used the name Mr. 1994 Face It (partially unplugged). The initial members were Cowboy (Keith Wiggins), Melle Mel (Melvin Glover) and Kid(d) Creole (Nathaniel Glover) making Grandmaster Flash & the 3 MCs.
1992 The Naked Truth (unplugged). He formed his own group in the late 1970s, after promptings from Ray Chandler. 1991 Bloody Buccaneers. Flash played illegal parties and also worked with rappers such as Kurtis Blow and Lovebug Starski. 1989 Keeper of the Flame. He also invented the technique initially called cutting, which was developed by Grand Wizard Theodore into scratching (AMG). 1986 The Hole. The speed and dexterity needed showed why Saddler was called Flash, although he got the nickname in school due to the fact that he hung around with another guy named Gordon.
1984 Something Heavy Going Down (live). Learning from Pete Jones and Kool Herc, he used duplicate copies of a single record and two turntables but added a dextrous manual edit with a mixer to promote the break (a point of isolated drum rhythm) - the ordinary playing of the record would be interrupted to overlay the break, the break could be repeated by using the mixer to switch channels while the second record was spun back. 1984 N.E.W.S.. He became involved in the earliest New York DJ scene, attending parties set up by early luminaries. 1982 Cut. Saddler's family migrated to the United States, and he grew up in the Bronx. 1981 2nd Live. DJ Grandmaster Flash (born Joseph Saddler on January 1, 1958 in Barbados) is a hip hop musician and DJ; one of the pioneers of hip-hop DJing, cutting, and mixing.
1980 Prisoner of the Night. 2002: The Official Adventures of Grandmaster Flash. 1979 No Promises...No Debts. 1998: Flash is Back. 1978 Grab It for a Second. 1988: On The Strength (reunion album). 1977 Live. 1987: Ba-dop-boom-bang.
1976 Contraband. 1986: The Source. 1976 To the Hilt. 1985: Stepping Off. 1975 Switch. 1985: They Said It Couldn't Be Done. 1973 Moontan. 1983: Greatest Messages.
1972 Together. 1982: The Message. 1971 Seven Tears. 1970 Golden Earring. 1969 Eight Miles High.
1969 On the Double. 1968 Miracle Mirror. 1967 Winter-Harvest. 1965 Just Earrings.