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There are at least two artists known as Tunnel Rats:

1) Tunnel Rats are a California-based underground rap collective formed in 1993, particularly known for challenging the conventions of commercial hip-hop. The group’s original approach to rhyming, beat-making, and songwriting made it well-known on the west coast, and amongst fans of hip-hop with a Christian or biblical worldview. They’ve appeared on albums by artists such as Mars III, DJ Maj, Coalition, Deepspace 5, and Grits, not to mention member projects such as LPG, New Breed (Macho and Elsie), and Peace 586. Membership has included the artists LPG, Future Shock, Peace 586, New Breed, Sev Statik, Raphi (aka Shames Worthy), Zane, Dert, Propaganda, Dokument, and Griffin, amongst others.

2) Tunnel Rats are a New Hampshire-based punk band known for their wild shows and patriotic lyrics. Part of the Confederacy of Scum genre.

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  • Bowtiepunk

    I almost never listen to hip-hop but I have to say I love listening to this group!

    7 Apr 2011 Reply
  • zahir78787

    wonder if they will ever get together for another album, hope so

    30 Jan 2011 Reply
  • RonGrindcorov

    I like it!

    1 Jun 2010 Reply
  • zahir78787

    good hiphop

    26 Feb 2010 Reply
  • FuckThe90s

    dope

    20 Sep 2009 Reply
  • RaphiTR

    peace

    17 Mar 2009 Reply
  • Tha_Cquel

    I've been a fan of you guys since I got the Earth Worm album in 96. Your music has made a definate influence on my life. I treasure the remember the future album and had it snaked by an old homie, and I'm still bumpin' the first Peace 586 album I got a dubbed cassette of in 97 and can't remember the title. hit my profile and see the quote I used from you guys on my shout box. Peace out!

    14 Aug 2008 Reply
  • eekeze

    that aint the redneck punk rock ive been listening to

    26 May 2008 Reply
  • FeroxZombie

    I like seeing the Christian rap songs next to the COS songs.

    13 May 2007 Reply

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