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House Of Pain

"Jump Around," an impossibly infectious and catchy single, instantly elevated House of Pain from an unknown white hip-hop group to near-stars when it became a massive crossover hit in 1992. It made the band and it also broke the band, consigning them to the level of one-hit wonders. House of Pain continued to release records after their eponymous 1992 debut and "Jump Around," yet none of them gained much attention, partially because of the band's self-consciously loutish behavior. Led by rapper Everlast, the group celebrated their Irish-American heritage by wearing green, drinking prodigious amounts of beer, and swearing constantly. It certainly earned them attention at the outset, particularly when it was tied to a single like "Jump Around," but the bottom quickly fell out of their career. The group's second album, 1994's Same as It Ever Was, went gold, but it failed to generate a hit single, and by the time of 1996's Truth Crushed to Earth Shall Rise Again, the band had been forgotten.

Everlast (born Erik Schrody, August 18, 1969) became fascinated by hip-hop while he was in high school, eventually becoming part of Ice-T's Rhyme Syndicate. His association with Ice-T led to a contract with Warner Bros., who released his debut album, Forever Everlasting, in 1990. After the record bombed, Everlast formed House of Pain with his high school friend Danny Boy (born Daniel O'Connor) and DJ Lethal (born Leor DiMant), a Latvian immigrant. Released on Tommy Boy Records, the group's eponymous 1992 debut was co-produced by Muggs, who masterminded Cypress Hill's groundbreaking debut. Muggs gave "Jump Around" its distinctive, incessant beat, which merged a deep bass groove with drum loops and Public Enemy-styled sirens. On the back of Kris Kross' spring hit "Jump," "Jump Around" became a huge hit in the summer of 1992, peaking at number three on the pop charts. Both the single's video and the remainder of House of Pain celebrated the group's Irish heritage in a tongue-in-cheek fashion that quickly became shtick. Throughout their 1993 tour, the group ran into trouble with promoters and the law, culminating in Everlast's March arrest for possessing an unregistered, unloaded pistol at Kennedy Airport. He was sentenced to community service, and later that year, the group began work on their second album.

Like its predecessor, 1994's Same as It Ever Was was produced by Muggs. Upon its summer release, the record was greeted with surprisingly strong reviews and sales, debuting at number 12 on the charts. However, the sales quickly slowed as "On Point" failed to become a hit. Most of the next two years were spent in seclusion, and the group returned in the fall of 1996 with Truth Crushed to Earth Shall Rise Again, a record that was ignored by both the press and the public. Everlast returned in 1998 as a solo act, and gained critical acclaim for his debut, Whitey Ford Sings the Blues. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Rhino Hi-Five: House Of Pain

1. Jump Around

2. Shamrocks And Shenanigans

3. Back From The Dead

4. Runnin' Up On Ya

5. The Have Nots

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Track List: Truth Crushed To Earth Shall Rise Again

1. The Have Nots

2. Fed Up

3. What's That Smell

4. Heart Full Of Sorrow (Feat. Sadat X)

5. Earthquake

6. Shut The Door

7. Pass The Jinn

8. No Doubt

9. Choose Your Poisen

10. X-Files

11. Fed Up (Remix) (Feat. Guru)

12. Killa Rhyme Klik

13. While I'm Here

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Track List: Same As It Ever Was

1. Back From The Dead

2. I'm A Swing It

3. All That

4. On Point

5. Runnin' Up On Ya

6. Over There S**t

7. Word Is Bond

8. Keep It Comin'

9. Interlude

10. Same As It Ever Was

11. It Ain't A Crime

12. Where I'm From

13. Still Got A Lotta Love

14. Who's The Man

15. On Point (Lethal Dose Remix)

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Track List: Fine Malt Lyrics (Explicit)

1. Salutations

2. Jump Around

3. Put Your Head Out

4. Top O' The Morning To Ya

6. House And The Rising Son

7. Shamrocks And Shenanigans

8. House Of Pain Anthem

9. Danny Boy, Danny Boy

10. Guess Who's Back

11. Commercial 2

12. Put On Your S**t Kickers

13. Come and Get Some of This

14. Life Goes On

15. One For The Road

16. Feel It

17. All My Love

18. Jump Around (Pete Rock Remix)

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Track List: House Of Pain (Explicit)

1. Salutations

2. Jump Around

3. Put Your Head Out

4. Top O' The Morning To Ya

5. Commercial 1

6. House And The Rising Son

7. Shamrocks And Shenanigans

8. House Of Pain Anthem

9. Danny Boy, Danny Boy

10. Guess Who's Back

11. Commercial 2

12. Put On Your S**t Kickers

13. Come And Get Some Of This

14. Life Goes On

15. One For The Road

16. Feel It

17. All My Love

18. Jump Around (Pete Rock Remix)

19. Shamrocks And Shenanigans (Butch Vig Mix)

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Everlasting has some of the best rhymes I ever heard! Do some digging! If you don't know now you know. Not to mention the acoustics. "Critique me when I'm live on stage". Get some ! Can you rhyme? Step up bold I knock out your fronts. Dame !!! That white man's ridiculous. Not bad as in bad but bad as in good! Go whitey
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Bloody Irishmen showing some culture and dance - in Boston Mass. so "jump around "!
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Anyone else cut to the birthday party scene from Mrs. Doubtfire when they hear this song?
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Lol like Arnold Swartonagar
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At every party I go to I say JUMP JUMP JUMP GET GET DOWN
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If ya girl steps up, I'm smackin' tha ho
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do u bro hell with the world
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Hell yeah!!! On Wisconsin!!
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Jffhfjjjn
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⚡️♦️⚡️♦️⚡️♦️
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✏️
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:)
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Just in time for saint patties day
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There's a 5 $ find raising raffle at :

Saint Patrick's Church

1046 E. 34th street

Los Angeles , California 90011

( 323 ) 234-5963
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Hype
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It the s**t
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Man, I have not heard this song since I was 6 and I still know the lyrics.
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Spitting out lyrics ��
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F**kin jump around
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Yas. Showing dat Irish
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Facts! Let em know lol
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This music originated from Disco

not hip hop or rap - you've just been

schooled ✏️ LOL :)
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lol, omg
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: - )
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House of Pain, Jump Around.. Awesome song..
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I came to get down :-P
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House Of Pain - showing some Irish pride and nothing is wrong with that- .
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holliestockm a n
That screaming thing is annoying!
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sonia.v.ferr a n t e
I'm 64 and i like house of pain reminds me of my kids
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House of pain never gets old throwin on these jams man
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This song never gets old :)
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BOOM!!!
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I love you so much you juiest dot will now love thies boys
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I don't eat a pig because a pig is a cop
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If ya girl steps up, I'm smackin' the Ho
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Love you guys
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Bjmkviuhehft t t g w j f
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I was the 10 year old fien for hiphop(808)
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Truth Crushed To Earth Son!
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Bla blabla Bla Bla
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big slacks
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white boys got big ones
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cypress hill and house of pain are different groups. cypress hill was a large influence on house of pain though, hence the similar sounds.
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chrisf75067
I only know the song from when it was on "Mrs. Doughtfire", but love it because of it!��
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firme a** song
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Weak? Dude it's an excellent song, strong real life s**t
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so weak haha
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joe91009
Lolllllmlm0l o o o m m m k k o
Loom p
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nickone432
im da cream of da crop i rise to tha top.... this jams
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not from ms doubt




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