After a hiatus for a few years, they resurfaced with the single, "Street Thing / Caught Up" (1998) on Legion Records/Fat Beats and some appearances on Dres' "Sure Shot Redemption" album. Then the Bronx trio went quiet.
While Molecules handled dope production for Dres, Milano, Amanda Marshall and even appeared on P!nk's "Stupid Girls", Chucky Smash's been hosting radio shows in the BX. The three long-time friends never stopped doing music together but it was already 2011 when the trio finally made a dope comeback on the Beneficence collabo track, "Aim, Fire, Spit".
A: Straight Flow
B: Automatic Systematic
Recorded and mixed in 1995 at D&D Studios, NYC.
Limited edtions 7inch release, 300 copies (100 copies on white wax)
Stay tuned for a rough and rugged The Legion full length album later this year with additional production by DJ Premier, Showbiz and Buckwild. My special thanks goes out to Benny aka "abrotherwithsoul" and Ill Adrenaline Records. All copyrights reserved, posted for promotion use only.