L.A.P.D. (4)

L.A.P.D. (4)

L.A.P.D. stood for "Love And Peace Dude" and later on "Laughing As People Die". The band was active from 1989-1993. L.A.P.D. is James "Munky" Shaffer, David Silveria, Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu together with the singer "Richard Morill" (often misspelled Moral/Morales). Because of a drug addiction Morill stept out of the band. David, Munky and Fieldy went on and found a new voice. Jonathan Davis, who played with SexArt at that moment joined the band and they went on to form Korn in 1993.

In 2010, after 17 years of silence, Richard Morill started L.A.P.D. up again with all new members. This re-start was short-lived. In early 2011 the band broke up again.

Richard Morill (Vocals)
Derek Campbell (Guitar, 2010-2011)
Jason Torres (Drums, 2010-2011)
Troy Sandoval (Bass, 2010-2011)
DJ Kcutz (Turntables/Samples, 2010-2011)
David Silveria (Drums, 1989-1993)
James Shaffer (Guitar, 1989-1993)
Reginald Arvizu (Bass, 1989-1993)
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L.A.P.D. (4) Discography Tracks


L.A.P.D. (4) Who's Laughing Now (Album) Triple X Records USA & Canada 1991 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

L.A.P.D. (4) James Brown (Maxi) Triple X Records US 1989 Sell This Version

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September 12, 2014
I always wanted to own this album, just so I could have some KoRn rarities. I would get this and Neidermeyer's Mind.


November 9, 2007
However LAPD had 3 members of Korn in it allready you can hardly hear that on the tracks they made. Guitars are funky and simple in stead of lowtuned and hard. The low sounds we now all are used from Korn is what was missing in LAPD. And the singer... well I can imagine they got rid of him, he's everything but good. All and all I have to respect that LAPD was needed for Korn to become. But it's not music I'm playing in my living room.

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