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MJ13 began in [placeformed]London, UK[/placeformed] in [yearformed]2003[/yearformed] as a one-man ([bandmember from=2003][artist]Clancy Hood[/artist][/bandmember]) plus-guests recording group. Hood released the first album as MJ13 ("High Fraud", 12" vinyl-only, with [label]Littledragon Records[/label]) in 2005. MJ13 began in [placeformed]London, UK[/placeformed] in [yearformed]2003[/yearformed] as a one-man ([bandmember from=2003][artist]Clancy Hood[/artist][/bandmember]) plus-guests recording group. Hood released the first album as MJ13 ("High Fraud", 12" vinyl-only, with [label]Littledragon Records[/label]) in 2005.
-Drummer [bandmember from=2006][artist]Anthony Johns[/artist][/bandmember] and bassist [bandmember from=2006][artist]Andres Anguita[/artist][/bandmember] joined Hood to form a fixed act between 2006 and 2008. They made one independent digital release ("Tienen La Culpa", 2008) before disbanding.+Drummer [bandmember from=2006][artist]Anthony Johns[/artist][/bandmember] and bassist [bandmember from=2006][artist]Andres Anguita[/artist][/bandmember] joined Hood to form a live blues/grunge/garage/punk act in 2006, performing regularly in East London venues and community squats until 2008. They made one independent digital release ("Tienen La Culpa", 2008) shortly before each member left London and they effectively disbanded.
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-An official digital re-release of various recorded material is perpetually due.+
 +A digital re-release of various recorded material is perpetually due.

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MJ13 began in London, UK in 2003 as a one-man (Clancy Hood) plus-guests recording group. Hood released the first album as MJ13 ("High Fraud", 12" vinyl-only, with Littledragon Records) in 2005. Drummer Anthony Johns and bassist Andres Anguita joined Hood to form a live blues/grunge/garage/punk act in 2006, performing regularly in East London venues and community squats until 2008. They made one independent digital release ("Tienen La Culpa", 2008) shortly before each member left London and they effectively disbanded. A digital re-release of various recorded material is perpetually due.