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Level Headed began making hip hop during high school in the late nineties with a group of friends on a budget set-up in the Adelaide Hills. At that point, he was more of a fan than a performer, thriving on influences from Ice T and Cypress Hill, to Big L and The Beatnuts. Most recordings consisted of drunken freestyles and scribbled down raps that never made it out of Debate’s parents house.

When he reconnected with old friends in 2001, Train of Thought was born. They released a demo in 2002 that sold over 500 copies and played shows with artists such as Hilltop Hoods, Hyjack and Torcha, Crossbred Mongrels, Pegz, Brothers Stoney, Coxster, Funkoars and After Hours. The highlight of their shows during the Demo tour was the Hilltop Hoods album launch for their The Calling, a benchmark show for Australian hip hop which drew a crowd of over 2000 people.

The following 6 months were filled with blood, sweat and tears which culminated at the end of March 2004 with the finished ‘Moving Heads’ LP. The first full-length album by Train of thought earnt them support for international acts such as Jungle Brothers and regular airplay on triple J. Train Of Thought performed in their first interstate show at Revolver in Melbourne with Reason and Art of War in September 2004. Additionally, the left wing political track ‘Counter-war terrorism’ appeared on the international compilation Peace Not War alongside marquee artists such as Jurassic 5, Michael Franti and Spearhead and Lyrics Born.

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