Hurt 'em Bad And The SC Band

Hurt 'em Bad And The SC Band

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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 Profile Records, which led the label to sign him as its second hip-hop artist. The group became known as Hurt 'Em Bad and the Soul Connection Band and released several sports-related singles for Profile 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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Hurt 'em Bad And The SC Band Discography

Singles & EPs

Hurt 'em Bad And The S.C. Band* Monday Night Football Profile Records US 1982 Sell This Version
Hurt Em Bad And The S.C. Band* The Boxing Game (Single) Profile Records US 1983 Sell This Version
Hurt 'Em Bad & The S.C. Band* Martin Luther Profile Records US 1983 Sell This Version

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Julian775

Julian775

May 12, 2014
To who uploaded the picture: its of the group GQ. I believe that picture is on the back of the Disco Nights album

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