Cypress Hill and House of Pain have both recently filed lawsuits against sporting company Peloton Technology after the company used their music without having obtained an official licence.

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is a group that has featured the. On the strength of a hit single featuring a beat by Cypress Hill's DJ Muggs ("Jump Around"), House of Pain broke into a crossover audience with alternative rock fans.

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00 BST. Cypress Hill and House of Pain have both recently filed lawsuits against sporting company Peloton Technology after the company used their music without having obtained an official licence. The song was produced by DJ Muggs of the hip hop group Cypress Hill, who went on to later produce his own version/cover of the song.

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Aug 1, 2022 · The exercise equipment company Peloton is being sued for the unlicensed use of songs by Cypress Hill and House Of Pain. .

I was saving it for the second Cypress Hill album. But B-Real, our rapper, didn’t want to go back.

Sen Dog and B-Real grew up in the rough LA enclave of South Gate, and the powder-keg tension of their hometown fed into woozy yet exuberant songs such as breakout single How I Could Just Kill A Man.
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"Jump Around" by House of Pain became a huge hit in its year of release, reaching number 3 in the United States. . 00 BST.

Download/Stream: https://tommyboyrecords. class=" fc-falcon">House of Pain (album) House of Pain. Sen Dog and B-Real grew up in the rough LA enclave of South Gate, and the powder-keg tension of their hometown fed into woozy yet exuberant songs such as breakout single How I Could Just Kill A Man. The song was produced by DJ Muggs of the hip hop group Cypress Hill, who went on to later produce his own version/cover of the song. • In 1991, Erik “Everlast” Schrody teamed up with high school friends Leor “DJ Lethal” Dimant and Daniel “Danny Boy” O’Connor to form House of Pain.

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Muggs originally wrote the beat for Cypress Hill, but they were exhausted after writing and touring their debut album. 23 May 2023 18:21:06.

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"Jump Around" is a song by American hip hop group House of Pain, produced by DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill, who has also covered the song, and was released in May 1992 as the first single from their debut album, House of Pain (1992).