Hurt 'em Bad And The SC Band

Also known as Hurt 'Em Bad & The S.C. Band, Hurt 'em Bad And The S.C. Band, Hurt 'Em Bad The S.C. Band, Hurt Em Bad And The S.C. Band, Hurt' The S.C. Band
Members of Hurt 'em Bad And The SC Band: Hurt 'Em Bad

Discography of Hurt 'em Bad And The SC Band:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Oh! Oh! Fly Guys / Martin Luther 2 Audio 1987 Not On Label
2 Martin Luther 2 Audio 1983 Profile Records
3 The Boxing Game 3 Audio 1983 Profile Records
4 Monday Night Football 2 Audio 1982 Profile Records
5 The Boxing Game 3 Audio 1983 Break Records
6 Monday Night Football 2 Audio 1982 Profile Records
7 Martin Luther 2 Audio 1983 Profile Records
8 The Boxing Game 3 Audio 1983 Profile Records
9 Martin Luther 2 Audio 1983 Profile Records
10 Monday Night Football 2 Audio 1982 Profile Records


In the early 1980's, 30-year old George W. Luster of Las Vegas put together one of the earliest west coast rap crews. San Bernardino's Groove Time Records pressed a single in 1982 when Hurt 'Em Bad released what would be the very first hip-hop record out of the "Inland Empire": "N.B.A. Rap", was a tribute to the basketball league's best players. Hurt 'Em Bad's record also caught the attention of hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons and led him to sign the group on Profile Records as the label's second hip-hop artist. The group became known as "Hurt 'Em Bad and the Soul Connection Band" and released several sports-related singles for Simmons from 1982-83. After their third single, the group left Profile but they remained in the hip-hop scene as Luster started his independent label Las Vegas Records. The group worked recorded and produced additional music during the mid-80's including a rap record with NBA star Hakeem Olajuwon.


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