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Miami, United States (1991 – present)

There are currently two bands being scrobbled with this name:

1. Murk (aka Funky Green Dogs, Liberty City, Coral Way Chiefs, Deep South, Some Guys In Miami, Fury, Interceptor, Intruder), is a Miami, US based duo that formed in 1991. The Cuban duo produces Latin-American influenced house music.They had five singles reach #1 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.

Murk has a vast back catalog of compositions dating from the early 1990s, including “Some Lovin” and “Every Now and Then” and many newer tracks such as Fired up! (#80 on the Billboard Hot 100, “The Way”, “Dark Beat”, “Doesn’t Really Matter” and “Believe”. Murk has also performed as Funky Green Dogs (also known as Funky Green Dogs From Outerspace). Group members include producers Oscar G and Ralph Falcon and vocalist Pamala Williams. Williams left the group after the released of the Get Fired Up album. She was replaced by Tarama Wallace who has been the lead singer for the duo since. Gaeten and Falcon have also released songs under the names Liberty City, and Oscar G & Ralph Falcon. Falcon has recorded solo as The Fogand Gaetan as Oscar G and Dynamo Electrix.
Murk scored a major hit in 2003, “Some Lovin”, with American singer Kristine W. Murk is signed to the label Tommy Boy Records.

In addition, Ralph and Oscar have established themselves as skilled DJs, being in demand around the world at clubs such as Space, the various Crobar nightclubs, the various Pacha venues, and many others.

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  • sarcos

    good shitter...

    14 Jun 2010 Reply
  • sublimewreckage

    What a shame here! Murk (of Italy) exhibited such promise on the 'Unholy Presences' album... in fact, it was quite an excellent showing (and sounding lol) of black metal. For me, after Murk's 2008 release, I wound up in one of those moments where I had to stop and ask myself, "why on earth would he stop pursuing a pure, orthodox black metal sound?" especially in favor of that poor man's Venom/Celtic Frost wannabe shit on 'All is lost'. Oh well, I suppose one really good album makes up for a bevy (and career full) of shitty ones... *stares keenly into blank space, shaking his head to the thought of Cradle of Filth*

    13 Nov 2009 Reply

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