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The Eastside Ninjas are a supergroup from Detroit, Michigan consisting of duos Twiztid & Drive-By. Now this is far from the first time Jamie Madrox & Monoxide have worked with Blaze Ya Dead Homie & Anybody Killa, especially since all 4 of them have known each other since childhood as well as being members of Dark Lotus & the Psychopathic Rydas back when they were all signed to Psychopathic Records as protégés of the Insane Clown Posse. So really, it was only a matter of time before they united as a quartet & put out a full-length debut before Twiztid drops their rock album Unlikely Prescription on September 10.
Due to the House Of Krazees not being able to sell all 500 copies of Home Sweet Home, Asylum Records refused to keep publishing their music. Big J and E.X.P. deicided to change their name to Mr. Bones and Hektic. Since they had already promoted Home Sweet Home to its fullest and as best they could (receiving a small fan base in exchange), they had decided to record a new album. 1993, was already over, so in the beginning of 1994 they would start on their new album Return Of The Mad Men. As they were recording, they were on the search for another record label that would publish and produce their next album. As explained by Mr. Bones, \"they had searched through many labels to put out this next album. Finally not to long before they finished the record, they found the label \"Mazz Musik\" who had agreed to produce, publish, and finance the album for them. At the time when they were finished recording \"Return Of The Mad Men\", Mazz Muzik backed down from the deal before it could be released. Seeing this as another downfall, Homebound was delayed. Scott Chapman (who helped The R.O.C. produce Home Sweet Home and this album) then steped up and agreed to help finance the album, but due to still limited finances, only 200 copies of the album were produced, and before the release the group decided to change the records name to \"Home Bound\". So on June, 1994, the Houe Of Krazees second album Home Bound was released as another Extended Play.
As the group was working on their next album which they decided would be released on October 31st, 1994 (The R.O.C.'s birthday) they decided to name it Season Of The Pumpkin. Mr. Bones wanted to do a solo project, so he got three friends together and created the \"Sons Of Midnight\" which consisted of Looney Toon, Dark Angel, and DeathLock. It wouldn't take much time at all to finish their first record, which only contained five tracks, with three songs, they would name this album \"The Demon Inside\", and release it on Mr. Bones own label \"Skeleton Records\" where Mr. Bones himself would do the album artwork, and the EP would have full production by The R.O.C.). This compiliation album was very limited to how many copies it would produce due to poor funding, and not many were even sold, even after Mr. Bones and the Sons Of Midnight did some shows to promote it. With Mr. Bones seeing no success in his project, he decided not to continue it. As October 31st was nearing, they decided that they didn't have enough songs to release a double album, so they would only release it as a full LP. On October 31st, 1994, the House Of Krazees released their third studio record, and first full length album, Season Of The Pumpkin with a solo track from each member, full production by The R.O.C. and nineteen tracks, and a CD and Cassette version, on \"Retro Horror Muzik\".
As House Of Krazees went on loonking for a manager to properly finance their first LP, they had went through a lot of people, but found none who were willing to put in enough money to produce as many copies as they wanted and get proper promotion. To make further copies, and give the album more advertisement, all three members engaged in minimum-waged employment, or other hustles, to finance HOK properly. In early 1995, they came across a financer who was willing to fully finance them, only if they signed to his label he created for them Latnem Intertainment, which would mean them signing over the rights to the House of Krazees name, and their music, Walter Stepananko (who turned his back on them when he was supposed to finance Home Sweet Home they accepted the deal. Instead of moving on to work on another album, Walter and the group decided to re-release Season Of The Pumpkin with 3 more tracks. With better funding, Season Of The Pumpkin sold a lot of CDs and cassetes all throughout Michigan, (mainly Detriot) making them one of Detriot's most popular upcoming groups, behind Insane Clown Posse, Kid Rock, and Esham. Though they didn't tour with anyone this time, they still did more small time shows, only this time those small shows were full of people who intended to see them, not just because they were there. It is stated by the members of House Of Krazees, that they did not get paid for this album though, although they did get full financing from Walter.
As the trio went in and hit the studio for their next release, Mr. Bones was twice as busy because he was working on his first full solo LP. As the House Of Krazees decided that they were going to record a EP again instead of a full LP, they also took a different turn in styles in this record, instead of using a more dark horror theme with rock samples, it seemed like a pure \"hip-hop\" album. They took the song that they did with 2 Krazy Devils in 1994, \"Lettin Ya Know\" and put it on this EP without 2 Krazie Devils, and also remastered it. Outbreed was a album as said \"more about thereselves and what they wanted to do\". It also contained a lot of disses to all the other small-time local acts that were \"dissing\" them at the time. Mr. Bones had finished up his first solo LP which he decided to name Sacrifice. Since if he released on Latnem, Walter would own the rights, he decided to release it on his own made up label called Brain Dead Records. It featured 12 tracks, with Hektic and The R.O.C. on the last song, Insomnia, and full production by The R.O.C. By himself, he did the artwork, managed to produce 500 copies of it, and get little but some promotion on it.
Afterwards, they then finally released the EP they had been working on in May, 1995 with full production from The R.O.C. and named it Outbreed, with 8 tracks, and agian only on cassete. In order to promote this album, the House Of Krazees headlined a small tour throughout Michigan, this was the first time that they had headlined their very own tour. They had a local uupcoming act open up for them, going by the name Eminem, who used the tour to promote his new full-length LP, Infinite. Hektic had met him at a kinkos printing up flyers for Outbreeds tour, and listened to a sample of his music then asked him to join the tour. As the House Of Krazees sold most of their tapes on this tour they had got a lot of bad complaints from their pre-existing fanbase about Outbreed because of it not being dark and horror themed like their previous albums, it was a complete change in direction not only in the beats, but in the theme. Since they decided to do this, Outbreed did not do as well as other previous albums. Regradless, House Of Krazees said nothing about it and continued to promote it, and it still sold most of the copies and extended their fanbase. Many liked this new turn they were taking, and many hated it. It is stated that agian, the House Of Krazees were barely paid anything by Walter. After they had done all this, they continued to promote it throughout the rest of 1995, this was one of their unsuccesfull CDs, but still sold some copies and made profit from the tour. At late 1995, they decided to move on, and work on their next release. This time, it would be R.O.C. with the most busy schedule because he was starting to work on his own full length album.
As the House Of Krazees was very busy in all working hard on their next full length LP, all of R.O.C.'s extra time would go to his first solo LP, in which he decided to name X-Posed. Spending a lot of time on both these trying to get both of them released, he got a group of other underground Detriot acts to fill guest spots he wanted on his LP. He wanted to get it out sometime before House Of Krazees next album so that it wouldn't stand in the way of his LP making it lack sells. After having financing it himself with all his extra money, he would finally release it in early 1996, on Latnem Intertainment with 14 tracks, the House Of Krazees on the song Intro To My Click, Mr. Bones on the song Outrage and a lot of ofther Detriot acts he gathered up on other songs, including his cousin. Although it did not press more copies than a House Of Krazees tape, it did get somewhat good promotion, with him managing to sell a decent amount of copies in Detroit only. With Spring time coming up, the House Of Krazees was nearly finished, with no guest spots on the album (like all their others). They had stuck with the hip-hop type turn they did with Outbreed although they had a few dark themed songs on it, so it was sort of a mixture of styles, they decided to name it Head Trauma. The awaited album was released Spring of 1996, on cassete (to save money) with a major hit upon both old and new House Of Krazees fans Nosferatu. The House Of Krazees would continue to do non-stop promotion of Head Trauma, leaving a mark all of Michigan, every fan of the underground in the state knew who they were.
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