1. Murder, Inc. was a short-lived industrial metal supergroup formed in 1991, featuring members of Killing Joke and vocalist Chris Connelly. Murder, Inc. consisted of Connelly; current Killing Joke members Geordie Walker, Paul Raven, and Martin Atkins; former Killing Joke drummer “Big Paul” Ferguson; and Killing Joke live keyboardist John Bechdel. Unsurprisingly, Murder, Inc.’s musical style is quite similar to contemporaneous Killing Joke.
The group produced a eponymous album and an accompanying remix EP, Corpuscle, before disbanding. A compilation album, Locate Subvert Terminate, contains both of these releases and live recordings.
Connelly, Atkins, and Walker later founded another industrial supergroup, The Damage Manual.
* Martin Atkins — Drums
* John Bechdel — Keyboards
* Chris Connelly — Vocals
* Paul Ferguson — Drums
* Paul Raven — Bass
* Geordie Walker — Guitar
2. The Murder Inc. rap group was the early version of The Inc. Records, a label headed by Irv Gotti. The collective consisted of Inc. Records' star MC Ja Rule, Ruff Ryders' DMX and Roc-A-Fella's Jay-Z. Irv Gotti provided production for many of their songs together, and Mic Geronimo was an associate.
3. A New-Orleans rap group in which appeared Krazy, who later signed to No Limit
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