1996 – present (25 years)
- Genka (1996 – present)
- Paul Oja (1996 – present)
- Revo Jõgisalu (1996 – 2011)
There are at least three groups called Toe Tag:
1) Toe Tag is an Estonian hip-hop band consisting of Paul, G-enka and Revo. Their first CD "Legendaarne" was released in 2004 but they had already been together for some time.
They started by themselves but in 1993 Revo was taken into the band. Revo was a basketball player, people still tell tales about his talent. Some even say that he could have been in the NBA if his mother would have let him outside later.
Their first concert was in October 1996. They were warming the audience for No-Big-Silence in club Bel Air. The band performed on some hip-hop events but did nothing major.
They released their first tape "The Real Kuhnja Homophobes" in December 1997. It included two DJ Critikal mixes besides their own stuff. Back then all their songs were in English.
G-Enka and Revo joined A-Rühm (A-Team) in 1998 and Toe Tag went on vacation for a while.
The Toe Tag members joined with Me, Myself & I members to create a whole new project called KNOP. They recycled some of Toe Tag's tracks and performed Slayer's and Stone Temple Pilots' stuff on their only concert.
Years 1999-2000 were dull. They gave a rare concert or two but everybody basically did their own thing.
February 2001 featured a big comeback in Club Hollywood at an event called Hip Hop Café. They came out with brand-new songs.
They did a tour of Estonia in October 2001.
In June 2004 they released their first single "Legendaarne". As the band members have said, it is a "documentary song" and that all the events have actually occurred and the song reflects the band's attitude.
2) "Solid old style hate filled hardcore from Boston Mass. Toe Tag was: Mike Cahill - Vocals, Bruce Windom & Jerry Kyn - Guitar, Keith Arcari - Bass, Rich Fortin - Drums." - coregasm
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