After a two year gap and label switch from Tam Tam to Parlophone, Bullet released 'Undercover Anarchist' before releasing his debut and long awaited album 'Bring Down The Walls - No Limit Squad Returns' which was originally going to be called 'Hung, Drawn and Quartered'.
As well as featuring on many other artists records like Jonny L, Outcast (not THE Outkast), Monkey Mafia, Ben Chapman, to name a few, Silver Bullet relaunched himself as a solo artist onto the hip hop scene in 1998 as Silvah Bullet. Apparently, an album was recorded on Arthrob, but was never released.
- 2 Remix
- 12 Vocals
- 4 Writing & Arrangement
- 7 Featuring & Presenting
- 5 Production
- 1 Technical
|NR2026||DJ Cam||Renegade (as Silvah Bullet (Richard Brown)) DJ Cam - The Beat Assassinated (CD, Album)||Inflamable||NR2026||US||1998||Sell This Version|
|Jonny L||20 Degrees (as Silvah Bullet) Jonny L - Magnetic (Album)||XL Recordings||Benelux||1998||Sell This Version|
|XLT 103||Jonny L Featuring Silvah Bullet*||Jonny L Featuring Silvah Bullet* - 20 Degrees (12", Rec)||XL Recordings||XLT 103||UK||1998||Sell This Version|
|CT010||Silvah Bullet*||Silvah Bullet* - Se7en (10")||Control Tower||CT010||UK||2004||Sell This Version|