(TRIP THEORY) In October of 96, Trip Theory was formed. The first CD released in June of 1997 entitled "Trip On X", charted heavily in both magazines and on radio nationwide. DJ Icey and Simply Jeff, to name a few, are some of the big name DJ's to chart "Trip Theory" on their top ten play lists. "Times Up" and "8 Days A Tweak" were the first two singles to promote the album and drove it to its success. All this led to the demand for more Trip Theory product, shows, and in store appearances. After the second CD release "Something For Your Mind" hit the stores in September of 1998, Trip Theory's popularity skyrocketed. So far to date several songs on the "Trip On X" and "Something For Your Mind" CD's have repeatedly been featured on MTV's "The Real World”, "Road Rules", "Real World-Road Rules Challenge", "The Making Of" (including Whitney Houston, Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias, Britney Spears, Puff Daddy, The Red Hot Chilly Peppers, Blink 182, Christina Agulera, No Doubt, Beck, and Jessica Simpson), "Behind The Winning Video", "Loveline", "Undressed", and "The Cut". They also have been featured on the Fox Networks "Fox Files", ESPN's "X Games" and have been played in heavy rotation on almost 250 college radio stations around the United States. Sony's Play Station is also showing major interest in the group by licensing "Flip Da Track" off the "Something For your Mind" CD for the background music on the game "Jet Moto IV". Following the two CD releases, Trip Theory has also produced several more singles and remixes for other artists such as "The Jackson 5 (Motown) " which also featured "The Jungle Brothers", "The Bass Mekanik", and "Terra Skye" to name a few. Since the first release the word spread and Trip Theory has been on the road playing shows from as far as Seattle, Washington to San Juan, Puerto Rico. Each show has been packed with as many as 3000 people in clubs and up to 56,000 at festivals such as Zen, Cyberfest, Futurefest, Ultra, and Movement. Trip Theory has been on the bill with such big names as Prodigy, Crystal Method, Moby, BT, Robert Miles, Keoki, Josh Wink, Cosmic Baby, Uberzone, Spacemen, The Hardkiss Brothers, Meatbbeat Manifesto, Rabbit In The Moon, DJ Icey, Aphrodite, Cypress Hill, Method Man, Grand Master Flash, Run DMC, KRS 1, Afrika Bambaata, The Jungle Brothers, and many many more. Now, 10 years later, Trip Theory is receiving nothing but top billing at all of their shows local and abroad. Stay posted for bio updates. Fox a, MTV, and USA Network are showing alot of intersest in Trip Theory for 2009.