Boogiemonsters

Also known as Boogie Monsters, Boogie Monsters, The, Boogiemonsters, The
Members of Boogiemonsters: Vex (3)
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boogiemonsters

Discography of Boogiemonsters:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Beginning Of The End / God Sound 6 Audio 1997 Pendulum Records
2 Riders Of The Storm: The Underwater Album 13 Audio 1994-08-09
3 God Sound 16 Audio 1997
4 The Beginning Of The End 6 Audio 1997
5 Riders Of The Storm: The Underwater Album 12 Audio 1994 Pendulum Records
6 God Sound 16 Audio 1997
7 Recognized Thresholds Of Negative Stress 6 Audio 1994
8 Recognized Thresholds Of Negative Stress 6 Audio 1994 Pendulum Records
9 Riders Of The Storm: The Underwater Album 13 Audio 1994-08-09
10 The Beginning Of The End 2 Audio 1997
11 Recognized Thresholds Of Negative Stress 3 Audio 1994
12 Honeydips In Gotham 3 Audio 1995
13 Strange 7 Audio 1994 Pendulum Records
14 God Sound 16 Audio 1997 EMI
15 Riders Of The Storm: The Underwater Album 12 Audio 1994 Pendulum Records
16 Riders Of The Storm: The Underwater Album 14 Audio 1994
17 Strange 4 Audio 1994
18 The Beginning Of The End / God Sound 2 Audio 1997
19 God Sound 16 Audio 1997
20 Honeydips In Gotham 2 Audio 1995 Pendulum Records
21 Strange 2 Audio 1994 Pendulum Records
22 Recognized Thresholds Of Negative Stress 2 Audio 1994 Pendulum Records
23 The Beginning Of The End / God Sound 4 Audio 1997 EMI


Boogiemonsters were an American rap group composed of Bronx, New York born rapper Mondo McCann, Alaskan native Vex Da Vortex (Sean Pollard) and Jamaican-born brothers Myntric (Sean Myers) and Yodared (Ivor "Al" Myers).

New Yorkers Vex and Mondo met Jamaica-born brothers Yodared and Myntric at Virginia State University. Boogiemonsters began rapping at shows around campus and, after winning first place at Howard University's famous Hip-Hop Convention, they recorded a demo and began shopping it around New York. Pendulum/EMI signed the four MCs and, in 1993, released Riders of the Storm: The Underwater Album.


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