History Music / BoneThugsNHarmony

29th Dec '15 2:12:18 PM Morgenthaler
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->''"[[EvilSoundsDeep Straight off the muthafuckin' streets of Cleveland, five true thugs from the double glock]]"''

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->''"[[EvilSoundsDeep Straight ->''"Straight off the muthafuckin' streets of Cleveland, five true thugs from the double glock]]"''
glock"''
4th Apr '15 6:15:08 AM SomeoneElse17
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* OlderThanTheyLook: They're in the late 30s to early 40s. Looking at them, though, you'd think they were ten years younger.
28th Nov '14 3:30:33 AM StFan
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Formed in the early 1990s, Their first album, ''Faces of Death'', was recorded in 1993 under the name B.O.N.E. Enterpri$e. Their career took off after heading to Los Angeles in search of famous producer and [[Music/{{NWA}} N.W.A.]] member Music/{{Eazy-E}}. In hopes of securing a record deal, the group was given an audition over the phone receiving an unfulfilled promise from Eazy to call them back. Discovering that Eazy-E was performing back in their hometown of Cleveland, the group took a charter bus back hoping to have another chance, this time in person. The chance was given backstage as they auditioned, which resulted in them signing a contract with Ruthless Records.

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Formed in the early 1990s, Their first album, ''Faces of Death'', was recorded in 1993 under the name B.O.N.E. Enterpri$e. Their career took off after heading to Los Angeles in search of famous producer and [[Music/{{NWA}} N.W.A.]] Music/{{NWA}} member Music/{{Eazy-E}}.Music/EazyE. In hopes of securing a record deal, the group was given an audition over the phone receiving an unfulfilled promise from Eazy to call them back. Discovering that Eazy-E was performing back in their hometown of Cleveland, the group took a charter bus back hoping to have another chance, this time in person. The chance was given backstage as they auditioned, which resulted in them signing a contract with Ruthless Records.



* TheMentor: Eazy-E.

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* TheMentor: Eazy-E.Eazy-E
28th Nov '14 3:22:03 AM StFan
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* "Foe tha Love of $" feat EazyE

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* "Foe tha Love of $" feat EazyEMusic/EazyE



* "BNK" feat EazyE
* "Sleep walkers" feat EazyE

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* "BNK" feat EazyE
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* "Sleep walkers" feat EazyEMusic/EazyE
28th Aug '14 8:44:19 PM DesertDragon
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* OneOfUs: "Eternal" samples a song from the SegaGenesis fighting game ''VideoGame/EternalChampions''. Namely, the sad background music that plays as you read characters' biographies and how they died unjustly.
28th Aug '14 8:43:27 PM DesertDragon
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* "Tha Crossroads"[[note]]Their biggest hit. When released, it was tied with "Yesterday" by Music/TheBeatles for fastest-selling single in history[[/note]]



* "Tha Crossroads" (tied with "Yesterday" by Music/TheBeatles for fastest selling single)



* "Home" (Which samples Phil Collins Take me Home)

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* "Home" (Which samples Phil Collins Take Collins' "Take me Home)Home")




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* "Breakdown" with Music/MariahCarey


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* OneOfUs: "Eternal" samples a song from the SegaGenesis fighting game ''VideoGame/EternalChampions''. Namely, the sad background music that plays as you read characters' biographies and how they died unjustly.
15th Aug '14 11:33:24 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* BlackSheepHit: "Ghetto Cowboy", and to a lesser extent "Tha Crossroads". The latter giving them ContractualPurity in some fans eyes.
31st Jul '14 6:32:05 PM mongooseinc
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* Flesh-n-Bone, AKA The 5th Dog, Armageddon, Stack (real name Stanley Howse): The mysterious 5th member of the group whom acts as a LoneRanger, AloofBigBrother, and even The SixthRanger to the group. Cousin to Wish, and big brother to Layzie. Is considered among fans to be underrated, third strongest member behind Krayzie and Bizzy, and arguably right up there with both of them in the conversation of the group's best lyricist. Has a long history of run-ins with the law and is rumored to suffer from a chemical imbalance. He was arrested for carrying explosives and firing a shotgun in public. While on probation he pulled one of his military-grade assault rifles on his neighbor when he was asked to turn his music down. After serving 8 of his 12-year sentence in Pleasantville County, he was released in 2008. He was taken into custody twice more after that. First he was arrested for drug and weapons charges and later acquitted on account of him having a prescription for the marijuana and the gun being licensed in his wife's name (who is a member of the L.A.P.D). Yup, he took "fuck the police" a little too seriously. The second time was for an assault charge that had been filed, unbeknownst to him, in the early 90's. Apparently Cleveland's finest didn't let Pleasantville County know about the charge during his incarceration because "[[BlatantLies they didn't know he had been imprisoned]]", despite the huge media coverage his arrest had received. While living with their family, Flesh and his little brother, Layzie, had gotten into a fight with their neighbors.

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* Flesh-n-Bone, AKA The 5th Dog, Armageddon, Stack (real name Stanley Howse): The mysterious 5th member of the group whom acts as a LoneRanger, AloofBigBrother, and even The SixthRanger to the group. Cousin to Wish, and big brother to Layzie. Is considered among fans to be underrated, third strongest member behind Krayzie and Bizzy, and arguably right up there with both of them in the conversation of the group's best lyricist. Has a long history of run-ins with the law and is rumored to suffer from a chemical imbalance. He was arrested for carrying explosives and firing a shotgun in public. While on probation he pulled one of his military-grade assault rifles on his neighbor when he was asked to turn his music down. After serving 8 of his 12-year sentence in Pleasantville County, he was released in 2008. He was taken into custody twice more after that. First he was arrested for drug and weapons charges and later acquitted on account of him having a prescription for the marijuana and the gun being licensed in his wife's name (who is a member of the L.A.P.D). Yup, he took "fuck the police" a little too seriously. The second time was for an assault charge that had been filed, unbeknownst to him, in the early 90's. Apparently Cleveland's finest didn't let Pleasantville County know about the charge during his incarceration because "[[BlatantLies they didn't know he had been imprisoned]]", despite the huge media coverage his arrest had received. While living with their family, Flesh and his little brother, Layzie, had gotten into a fight with their neighbors.
mental disorder.
20th Oct '13 11:23:31 PM TSims
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* NothingButSkulls: A common visual motif for the group.
14th Oct '13 6:13:44 PM TSims
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** Although they have a TON of respect from their musical peers (Kendrick Lemar, A$AP Rocky, The Game etc). This trope only kicks in when it comes to the entertainment media who is indifferent at best, or dismissive at worst.
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