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Loppybogymi (pronounced LAH-pee-bow-JYE-me, often just shortened to "Loppy") was a jazz-metal fusion trio that played in the Southeastern United States from 1988-1994.

The core members of the band were Tim Ramenofsky (guitar, vocals), James Orr (bass, vocals), and Greg Slay (drums, vocals).

After Loppy disbanded Greg Slay went on to play drums for Remy Zero and Tim Ramenofsky went on to produce Afroman's first 2 albums, including the 2001 Grammy-nominated "Because I Got High".

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