- Creator Backlash: DJ Muggs didn't like any of the records he worked on after IV, particularly Stoned Raiders, calling them "auto-pilot" and blaming his commitment to them from keeping him getting work in other areas.
- Creator Breakdown: III: Temples of Boom was in production when the group was going through a ton of internal conflict, which eventually led to Sen Dog temporarily leaving. As a result, the album covers off a lot darker than their earlier fare.
- One-Hit Wonder: While very well known for other songs, "Insane in the Brain" was the only single of theirs that ever cracked the American Top 40.
- Vaporware: Kush, the Rap Metal side-project B-Real formed with Stephen Carpenter, Raymond Herrera and Christian Olde Wolbers. Apparently, the debut album was getting close to completion in 2002. Fifteen friggin' years ago.
- What Could Have Been: Shortly after the first album, DJ Muggs played a beat for B-Real that he was interested in giving to the group. Although B-Real liked it, he wanted a break from recording tracks and told Muggs to shop it around. The beat ended up becoming "Jump Around" by House of Pain .
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