Grand Buffet

Grand Buffet

Hip-hop duo from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.


Grand Buffet Discography Tracks


BB029701 Grand Buffet Scrooge McRock(CD, Album) BrickBrain Productions BB029701 US 1997 Sell This Version
BB012000 Grand Buffet Sparkle Classic(CD, Album) BrickBrain Productions BB012000 US 2000 Sell This Version
Grand Buffet King Vision (Album) Fighting Records US 2008 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

none Grand Buffet The Sizzle Effect & Tiny, Let's Go!(Cass, Single, Promo) Brick Brain Entertainment none US 1996 Sell This Version
BB012001 Grand Buffet Undercover Angels(CD, EP) Not On Label BB012001 US 2002 Sell This Version
GB 4276 Grand Buffet Cigarette Beach(CD, EP) Not On Label GB 4276 US 2002 Sell This Version
GBPRO 01 Grand Buffet Candy Bars(CDr, Single, Promo) Not On Label GBPRO 01 Netherlands 2003 Sell This Version
GB2154 Grand Buffet Pittsburgh Hearts(CD, EP) Not On Label GB2154 US 2003 Sell This Version
none Grand Buffet Singles From Five Years Of Fireworks(CD, Single, Promo) Fighting Records none US 2005 Sell This Version
FIG 008 Grand Buffet The Haunted Fucking Gazebo(CD, EP) Fighting Records FIG 008 US 2007 Sell This Version
none Grand Buffet Escape From Anthony Baboon's Nautical Playhouse - The Sample-Based Remixes(CDr, EP) Not On Label (Grand Buffet Self-released) none US Unknown Sell This Version


GB012004 Grand Buffet Dicer: The Unheard Funk Tracks(CD, Comp) Not On Label GB012004 US 2004 Sell This Version
Grand Buffet Five Years Of Fireworks (Comp) Fighting Records US 2005 Sell This Version


none Grand Buffet Grand Buffet CDr Sampler(CDr, Promo, Smplr) Not On Label none Unknown Sell This Version

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February 7, 2008
The above review is completely facetious. Basically reverse everything they said and you would have a great description of the band. They are amazing live, hilarious and talented.
They have a nerd/underground/intelligent style of rap that covers politics, lifestyles and parties.
The first time I saw them live they were an opening act. They came on stage and told the audience that they had been backstage praying. This garnered a few boos and many laughs. My friends and I weren't sure if these guys were serious or not. They proceeded to talk ambiguously about politics but then told the audience they needed to support the president (G. W. Bush) and that there were people in Iraq right now who didn't want Americans to see the movie The Hulk 3 or 4 times. At this point everyone in the audience lost it. They then began rapping and dancing to beats coming from a portable cd player.


December 22, 2007
These guys are a bunch of Conservative nazis who hate freedom, women's rights, non-whites, and despise anyone who would question President Bush. I can't understand why they chose to make hip-hop of all genres to spew their hate-speech and pandering ignorance. They're still at the "burning crosses" stage of intellectual evolution, so logically they should be making bad garage punk or country. The sad part of it all is their beats are quite decent, and all are completely wasted by their words. Believe me, you will become dumber by hearing this garbage.

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