Noughties rap rockers Crazy Town on tour

Rap rock band Crazy Town, responsible for 2001 single Butterfly head out on a UK tour.

Lorna Gray

Date published: 28th Feb 2017

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Having formed in 1995, American rock band Crazy Town managed to bring the two genres of rock and rap together, creating a sound which became pivotal in the naughties. 

They went on to release four albums, and after a few line up reshuffles and a four-year hiatus from 2003, the band have reformed and created new material. Their most recent record, The Brimstone Sluggers, was released in 2015, following another year hiatus from 2016, the band have now returned, and are to play dates in Liverpool, Huddersfield and Stoke on Trent.

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Famed for their 2000 single 'Butterfly', which sampled the riff from Red Hot Chili Peppers 'Pretty Little Dirty', the song reached number one in the US Billboard Charts Hot 100 and went two times platinum in Australia.

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Liverpool - EBGBs, Monday 17th April

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Huddersfield - The Parish, Wednesday 19th April

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Stoke on Trent - The Underground, Friday 21st April

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