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There are two groups known as Chain of Command:

1) A UK Hip Hop crew featuring Manage, Conflix, CLG and Syanyde. Coming out of South London, Speakers Corner regulars Chain of Command are a hardcore collective of MCs, DJs and producers known for their dedication to the scene. Fresh from touring the UK alongside US heavyweights Saigon and Scram Jones, I caught up with the group to discuss their upcoming album, their influences, free Hip-Hop, and “have a look inside the minds that mainstream media look beyond the outlets that overlook in favour of the more conformist artists”. They are considered free Hip-Hop.

This Chain of Command can be found at:

2) C.o.C. as they were known, were based on Wirral, Merseyside and existed from 1979 to 1982. They recorded a few demo tracks (some of them available within Last.FM) and had a couple of tracks released on compilation albums. ‘Some Aspects’ on the V/A ‘Subtle Hints’ album (LP, 1983, Sane Records 001), and ‘borderline’ on the V/A ‘jobs for the boys’ album (LP, 1984, Natalie Records 1), Although borderline was attributed to discipline, it was in fact just a temporary name change C.o.C had undergone at the time.

for more info please check out the bands’ web site at


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  • Protestah

    Chain Of Command - Not in my name sikest!

    26 Jun 2012 Reply
  • Olofaet

    I was really suprised by this stuff. Sounds really cool :)

    19 Aug 2011 Reply
  • naVe_TD

    Fuckin sickness hip-hop!!

    12 May 2011 Reply
  • brownieboy

    This is great group from UK, finally time i come across something from here which is good and has truth. Need more material from these guys and plus other simular acts from UK.

    22 Jul 2010 Reply
  • UrHomie

    Not In My Name is sikk

    14 May 2010 Reply
  • G-P-S

    Not as good as Rhyme Asylum but still fresh as fuck.

    10 Feb 2010 Reply
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    27 Dec 2009 Reply
  • ABNcrew

    exelent group =]

    11 Oct 2009 Reply
  • Argaalofthemyst

    This lot are brilliant. Some of the best and most honest UK hip-hop around. I'm well into the various members' battle style stuff but the stuff they do under the name Chain of Command just has so much more integrity.

    15 Feb 2009 Reply

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