|NEW RELEASE - Cabin Fever (Trip Into Uncle D's Dream Part 6).|
extremely ambient content, here's 'Cabin Fever'
|NEW RELEASE - They won't Let You Remember (Trip Into Uncle D's Dream Part 5).|
by Tollbox's late nineties hit 'Here Come The Snippy Bits' this latest
addition to the Dream is an instant bag of shit, enjoy!
|NEW RELEASE - Mein Auto (Trip Into Uncle D's Dream Part 9).|
latest from the Trip Into Uncle-D's Dream, this is Mein Auto, it's pretty
much techno/dance and of course it's in German too!
|NEW RELEASE - Cabinet (Trip Into Uncle D's Dream Part 15).|
effort from the Trip Into Uncle-D's Dream project, this one is 'Cabinet',
another desolate ambient excursion into the minds of the people who
brought you this website!
|Hamhead appoints Muttonhead to senior cabinet position.|
leader Hamhead has named long suffering BN life sentence Muttonhead
to his cabinet as Minister for Crimean Affairs.
Hamhead Named Big Booty Daddy.
|NEW RELEASE - Gap's Dream (The Onion Mysteries Remix) (Trip Into Uncle D's Dream Part 4).|
Mindblowing" is what the critics (Ceb) are (is) saying, Uncle-D's
dream gatecrashes Gapford's dream in this haunting track. It will literally
make you shit all over yourself and mop it up with your dignity!
|NEW RELEASE - Child's Pants Highway (Trip Into Uncle D's Dream Part 7).|
latest release from the Trip Into Uncle D's Dream here is: Child's Pants
Highway, it's a lot more upbeat than ambient!
|NEW RELEASE - Veneer Heroes (Trip Into Uncle D's Dream Part 10).|
from the Trip Into Uncle D's Dream, this one is Veneer Heroes, it's
got some pianos in it!
|NEW RELEASE - Cobble (Trip Into Uncle D's Dream Part 1).|
the stunning return to form from BN Crew we're proud to present Part
1 of the Trip Into Uncle D's Dream epic, the track is Cobble.
Again it's a nod to the original 1997 ambient BN direction, much like
today back then we were circling the drain but in a much more psychedelic
manner, expect to hear lots of this type of shit backed up by noises,
buzzwords and samples of cans being opened and things being sparked
up. Upon hearing the new material Gapford described it as "mocking
the concept of music", we think you'll agree, enjoy!
|NEW RELEASE - Terrible.|
the new direction of BN Crew here is 'Terrible' from the Trip into Uncle
|Jackstack nails his colours to the mast.|
| Jackstack Whyte has become
the first BN Crew member to officially endorse Hamhead's leadership.
Putting his head above the parapet, Jackner said 'I, for one, welcome our new Hamhead overlord', the first time Jackstack has endorsed anything in any way.
Almost a week after the violent leadership coup, he is the first high ranking member to publicly pledge his support because I haven't been bothered to write anything else so far.
Hamhead himself has been quiet and also
loud somehow, probably drunkenly demanding satisfaction in the
back seat of a Cinquecento.
|Hamhead seizes control of BN Crew in bloody coup.|
| Ceb's 20 year leadership
of the BN Crew ended today as former All Star leader Hamhead completed
a shocking coup to assume control.
Gunfire was heard in the early hours of this morning from Ceb's Rosslare compound, where the now deposed leader has been sealed for almost 6 years now. The timeline of events is yet to become clear but it is believed several high ranking BN members have died.
The shocking turn of events has taken everyone by surprise after an unusually quiet few months for the BN Crew. It now seems that Hamhead has been using this time to plan his bloody overthrow of the man who first promoted him to full BN status.
Early reports suggest that Hamhead was aided by long term ally Disco Lights, who is now seemingly the Lieutenant General of the Crew. Others said to be involved in Hamhead's early morning attack were Bisto and Francis,
On Ceb's side, it is believed that Toddler and Beardo were both in the compound at the time of the attack and are now missing, suspected dead. It is not known why the two highly ranking BMS/BN members were present at the time but some commentators suggest this may have been known to Hamhead.
At this early stage, it's unknown if Ceb himself is alive but Hamhead has moved quickly to replace every CZW Renault with a Peugeot, a move that most people are calling 'reliable'. In a very public declaration of his new regime, Hamhead has also torn down the CZW sign, replacing it with a sign saying Scatternagh II.
The death toll for the daring dawn raid is as yet unknown but bodies were spotted by a news station helicopter which was later shot at by Hamhead's shock troops, as the compound was once again locked down.
More on this breaking news story will appear on BNCrew.com whenever I feel like it.
|First Footage Of Hamhead Coup Emerges.|
BN Crew - Old And Unused
By popular demand (there was absolutely no demand) here are the old unused BN Crew recordings.
|1. Babykill (Unmastered)|
|2. Bongbreak (Interlude)|
|3. Bugle (Bean & Ceb Instrumental)|
|4. Did You Not Hear Me The First Time (God Version Different Chorus)|
|5. Did You Not Hear Me The First Time (God Version)|
|6. Did You Not Hear Me The First Time (Rocket Version)|
|7. Did You Not Hear Me The First Time (What A Man Version)|
|8. Digeridoo (Instrumental)|
|9. Fight (Unmastered Mono Version)|
|10. Something Could Be Done With This (Instrumental)|
|11. The Rapists (Jubilant Summer Version)|
|12. The Rapists (The Look Of Love Instrumental)|
|13. The Rapists (The Look Of Love)|
|14. The Rapists (Unmastered Version With Bass)|
|15. The Rapists (Unmastered Version Without Bass)|
|16. Tippin' The Cow (Web Racket)|
|17. Trip Into Alcopop 99|
|18. Vintage Blood (Unmastered Version)|
|19. Wild Style (Original)|
BN Crew from wayback, check out some of these pics!
|NEW RELEASE - THE RETROSPECTIVE (2016 SIMPLE REMIX).|
2002 instrumental that never had a use until now, this is 'The Retrospective'
remix using an old school BN instrumental, samples used are 'In A Heartbeat'
from the 28 Days Later soundtrack, a scratch built beat and the chorus
uses samples from Freddie Mercury in 'Under Pressure'.
Hamhead to change name?.
Rumours from inside the BN compound have leaked to the media suggest BN stalwart Hamhead is to change his name to BM2000.
It is unknown whether this is linked to his upcoming solo album 'Xsara in the daytime' but some BN analysts are suggesting it may be a publicity stunt after focus groups showed little interest in Hamhead as a solo artist.
The Internet has been more enthused about the leak, with many sites running competitions to decipher the code, a popular theory being that it stands for Bullet Mouth 2000, an obvious and direct attack on BN Kingpin Ceb's personal life.
This latest information leak brings the total number of people interested in the BNC to almost 20.
|NEW RELEASE - SMELLS LIKE A BAD SECTOR (2016 REMIX).|
instrumental found on the long lost hard drive is this one, it's all
sample based and works perfectly with 'Bad Sector', the instrumental
itself was from 1999 and pretty much rocks what we were into back then.
All in all the final product is pretty good considering it's been in
the works for
|NEW RELEASE - THE RETROSPECTIVE (ALTERNATIVE VERSION).|
the original track was being recorded there was a choice of two instrumentals,
obviously this was the version that never came to be but having all
the original recordings and such this version was finally completed
there a few minutes ago and I think it's pretty good, possibly better
than the original, who knows.
Get it into you!
|NEW RELEASE - REDUCE REUSE REMIX 2016 (RAW REMIX).|
instrumental is pretty good but the vocals are a bit iffy.
|NEW RELEASE - GET LOOSE 2016 (WOODPILE REMIX).|
chopped up Client's "Rock And Roll Machine" back in 2004 in
order to use it for something off Clockwork Idiots which never came
to fruition the chopped instrumental hung about on a hard drive buried
somewhere in the CZW, I knew it would come in useful someday, so here's
the 2016 remix of "Get Loose".
|NEW RELEASE - FUTURE EQUALS FEAR 2016 (IRON LUNG REMIX).|
recent enough song 'Future Equals Fear' always had room for improvement,
as does everything BN Crew makes, this remix uses an instrumental from
about 2004 that was on the missing hard drive and I finally managed
to sneak a Radiohead sample into a BN song, it was a long term goal
|NEW RELEASE - ESCAPE FROM NOTHING AT ALL 2016 (REMIX).|
was an instrumental remix of Aphex Twin's 'Avril 14th' recorded in 2001
in Rathmines, long before that bender Kanye West butchered it for his
rubbish song. There were never any vocals recorded for it however it
was the same tempo as the 2014 version of the forgettable 'Nothing At
All' so it stands to reason it should be morphed into some kind of depressing
remix and here it is.
|NEW RELEASE - CHRISTMAS LOG 2016 (ORIGINALLY INTENDED VERSION).|
not really too sure of the origins of this one, I'm guessing this explains
why I had all the 'The The' samples on the hard drive, I was aware that
the only version I had of 'Christmas Log' and the one I originally put
online was a remix. Having located this instrumental in the Christmas
Log folder and it being the same length as the vocals I'm guessing this
was my plan all along.
|NEW RELEASE - 4 VERSES 2016 (WHEN? REMIX).|
shit from me this morning, this is '4 Verses', again made from material
recovered from the lost hard drive. This one has the honour of being
the longest ever BN Crew track (with vocals), it's not as agonizing
as it sounds, it's actually pretty good, it's also the only one I ever
used an MC303 Groovebox in, vocals are from about 2007 the instrumental
would be somewhere around 2000.
|NEW RELEASE - BALLSACK ITCHIN' 2016 (THE THE REMIX).|
lost hard drive just keeps giving and giving, today it's brought us
a new incarnation of Ballsack Itchin'. Having listened to the entire
recording session I am extremely surprised we managed to record anything,
talk about locked, I believe the recording involved a slab of beer and
a bottle of whiskey.
|NEW RELEASE - WHEN DID THIS BEGIN TO HAPPEN TO YOU? 2016 (TABERNACLE REMIX).|
from the batch of lost files, this one is 'When did This Begin To Happen
To You?'. As if the original one wasn't good enough now we have the
|NEW RELEASE - CLEAR CONSCIENCE 2016 (BEET SALAD REMIX).|
on from the announcement that I found
a load of BN Crew files on a discarded
Hard Drive I had been using to scrape
my oven tray clean I am proud to present
a cleaner, crisper remix of Clear Conscience.
|Kid Bisto in blimp shame.|
Award winning photoshop kills.
The BN Crew today changed it's name to the BlimpN Crew in honour of Kid Bisto's new job as a blimp minder.
The temporary change, which is expected to last as long as it takes to write this article, was inspired when Kid Bisto informed the BN elders of his new job, minding a blimp for some reason.
'I'm minding a blimp for some reason' said a clearly distressed and annoyed Kid Blimpo.
This latest bombshell brings the level of employment in the BN to a staggering 55%, although that number drops significantly to 10% when the O Continuum employment is taken out.
Spokesperson for the O Continuum Gapford said 'Q the miserable, Q the desperate! What must I do to convince you people?' which many believe to be linked to the Industries Hall in some way.
Blimp it up and put it back down.
|Coming soon: Long lost BN Crew rubbish.|
to the recent discovery of a hard drive
full of old shit in my house this particular
collection will be uploaded whenever I
can handle my own life.
|BN restructuring sees the rise of the Enemaniacs.|
The new year has brought yet another restructuring of the clearly already failed BN Crew.
|Johnny Durex And The Condominium to reform.|
In the wake of Gapford announcing his intention to reform the MeatBeat BN Crew enhancement talent Lofty today announced his desire to reform his band Johnny Durex and the Condominium.
JD and the C had a string of number 1s in the late nineties but faded into obscurity due to the members forgetting they were in a band. Their last appearance was at Fistinvarna 2001 where they mesmerized the crowd with a blistering 5 hour set after which the drummer Hamhead died. At a press conference the following week Hamhead announced the band would no longer be recording or touring. Their fate was then sealed when lead singer Lofty was crippled from the neck down following a horrific cycling accident in Wexford (left).
This is the latest in a long list of revivals within BN Crew that began with the reformation of the Wild Geese, the Leo Crowley Players and Gapford's repeated attempts to reform his beloved MeatBeat.
|Gapford leaves BN Crew, joins The Wipers.|
BN Crew was left stunned today following the announcement that long time Crew member Gapford was to leave the BN Crew and join rival faction 'The Wipers'.
The announcement was made while Gapford was propping up the bar in his fictional night club to fictional listeners.
BN Crew claim they had no prior knowledge of this move despite Gapford stating 'We're with the wipers' on an extremely regular basis for some years now. When questioned about the puzzling statement Ceb told us "I thought it was just one of those things we were mad into saying all the time, I thought nothing of it, I even joined in most of the time."
This latest blow for BN comes just weeks after Jackstack parted company with the Crew in a bid to make something of his life, he has not been heard from since.
It is unclear what the next move for the BN Crew will be although naturalizing 'The Wipers' should be high on their priority.
Update: Gapford rejoined BN Crew there a minute ago releasing the following statement "Don't promote them, don't bring them to my games."
|Trump blasts BN Crew.|
White House hopeful Donald Trump today put BN Crew on blast in what appears to be another popularity boosting effort.
The mentally unstable man began by taking a shot at Jackstack claiming that Stack himself was guilty of future bullying, he then moved on to berate Dr. Leo saying "he's not so tough with his beard".
BN Crew responded by sending Trump an autographed copy of clockwork Idiots, a sexually explicit poster of Gibney Ray and a clotheshorse.
Muslims now us, what's next? the Romulons? Roegner?" the Crew said
during their hourly address to the nation.
|Mallets raped by ghost.|
Crew was rocked today following revelations
that splinter group member Malapeno had
The revelation has come as a shock to many of the crew although it has been reported that some of his closer friends were aware of the situation for some time.
It is believed that the incident took place in 2001 in a sub-HQ of the BN Crew in North Dublin. At the time Malapeno confided in several MeatBeat members but the revelation was met with disbelief followed by laughter, at the time Cutter remarked "we need to find some new friends".
A report was filed with an Garda Siochana who instantly dismissed it as being utter nonsense and charged Malapeno for wasting police time, he was later transported for a psychiatric evaluation which proved inconclusive.
At the time of the attack mallets explained "I was just lying in my bed trying to get to sleep and next minute I felt HIM laying on top of me and going uhhhhhhhh" while thrusting his groin to visually illustrate his story.
The incident is not thought to be directly connected to the north Dublin serial homosexual ghost rapist attacks of the late nineties which effected 4 out of every 5 males.
|Fears grow for Ceb.|
are growing for the mental health of BN
Crew mainstay Ceb after worrying pictures
of the embattled star surfaced online.
|Kev visits Lapland.|
is said to be furious after it emerged that
Jevo abandoned his post with OBH in order
to chase some pipe dream of going to Lapland
to meet Santa.
The already fraught relationship between Grintle and Jevo has been further strained today by what Gapford described as "unacceptable insubordination". The incident came to light when Gapford noticed that Kevo was not present during the 7am hourly roll call in Gapford's mind.
latest actions are sure to infuriate Griboflavin
in the wake of his ban on happiness and
social pursuits. It is believed that Kevo
always wanted to meet Santa and promised
a crippled child that before 2015 was
done he'd accomplish his goals, our insiders
tell us that the child was not crippled
before meeting Kev.
|Cutter sits on chair.|
the latest developments within the BN camp
insiders earlier confirmed that Cutter had
sat on a chair.
With rumours of the resurgence of Backlash 2011 all but confirmed photos obtained by BNCrew.com indicate that the Cutter is unfazed by the latest worrying developments or more likely that he is completely unaware of the latest developments because I just made them up there a second ago.
Some will remember the turbulent times of Backlash 2011 as it tore apart the Crew and lead to several high profile deaths most notably Mr. Squarehead, Hamhead and Gapford followed by a bloody power vacuum in which everybody died.
Cutter however did not escape Backlash 2011 unscathed, on day 81 of the Backlash Cutter was diagnosed with Aids and by day 82 he had succumbed to his illness. On day 83 doctors overturned his death and stated that he had been misdiagnosed and was in fact alive and only suffering a common cold. When confronted with this news Cutter said to the waiting media circus "What?".
It's believed that Cutter is completely unaware that we still update BNCrew.com with our made up shit and that even fifteen years ago he had zero interest in it.
We reached out to Gibbo for a comment but he was too busy having Aids.
Music 2000 - A Collection Of Various Instrumentals
Some stuff Ceb had been working on from 2000 until late 2015. Not limited to just hip-hop/rap beats this collection extends to drum & bass, house, ambient etc.
|1. 80s Electro Chase (Retro/Electro)|
|2. Bad Sector (Electro/Hip-Hop)|
|3. Drum & Bass (Retro/Breakbeat/Jungle)|
|4. Dub Honk (Electro/Hip-Hop)|
|5. Dynamo King (Ambient/Hip-Hop)|
|6. Excellent Rising (Electro/Hip-Hop)|
|7. Future Equals Fear (Electro/Hip-Hop)|
|8. Homeless People (2001 Version) (Dance/Acid House)|
|9. Into The Blue (Ambient Dance)|
|10. Pain Express (2001 Version) (Ambient/Garage)|
|11. Raw (Electro/Hip-Hop)|
|12. Relaxed Atmosphere (Ambient)|
|13. Retro Techno (Retro/Techno)|
|14. Wild Style (Electro/Hip-Hop)|
|15. You Can Hire (Retro/Trance)|
|Remembering The MeatBeat.|
MeatBeat were a splinter group of the BN
Crew that emerged in 2001 and had faded
into oblivion by 2007.
They burned bright and faded fast but to remind all of those in the group, associated with the group or who simply have tried to forget them a sub section has been created as was the case in the very first BN Crew website.
MeatBeat - We meet you, then we beat you.
|Hamhead- "I'm better than Gapford".|
| In yet another glaringly obvious personal dig at Gapford Hamhead has become a doctor.
Since Backlash 2011 concluded Hamhead and Gapford have embarked in a bitter game of "who's better" with Hamhead continuously baiting Gapford by gaining more qualifications in a bid to prove that he's a better human being.
Gapford has responded to the gloating each time with further qualifications of his own, last month he became a fully qualified welder somehow but this attack by Hamhead will take a lot to beat. It was confirmed by long time Hambone ally Kid Bisto that Hambone had indeed become a fully qualified doctor, however investigations could find no evidence to support this claim, we reached out to Beaumont Hospital in Dublin who could only confirm that a doctors uniform had gone missing the same day Hambone announced his qualifications.
We were unable to verify Gapford's welding qualifications but we did establish that he purchased his welding get up rather than stole it.
Your move Ham-Sandwich.
|Ceb Flies Dog Like Kite.|
|With storm Desmond in full effect BN Crew gudgeon pin Ceb took advantage by tying a string to his pet dog Rodney and flying him like a kite. Witness' say a great time was had by both Rodney and Ceb until the string broke and Rodney floated off into the distance, he is expected to return later on this evening.|
Clockwork Idiots, the Complete Album is here
In Early 2006 the band had dropped from a solid 60 strong crew to 5. Early in the year many speculated that BN Crew had in fact broken up but the remaining 5 would defy all naysayers when in a joint statement they revealed they streamlined the crew to focus on a new project currently titled 'Clockwork Idiots'. It was later revealed that most of the crew had merely grown up, moved on, started families or died tragically.
'Clockwork Idiots' remains to Hamhead the most highly anticipated waste of time of his life, if rumours are to be believed it's fucking terrible.
|1. Bin Compactor (Dr. Leo/Ceb)|
|2. Ballsack Itchin' (Dr. Leo/Ceb)|
|3. Bad Sector (Ceb)|
|4. Child Or Man (Dr. Edgewild/Ceb)|
|5. Clear Conscience (Dr. Edgewild/Ceb)|
|6. When Did This Begin To Happen To You (Ceb)|
|7. Dublin City (Remix) (Aidan/Dr. Leo)|
|8. Get Loose (Like A Chocolate Mousse) (Ceb)|
|9. Bong Break (Ceb)|
|10. Future Equals Fear (Ceb)|
|11. Nothin At All (Ceb)|
|12. My Body (Dr. Edgewild/Ceb)|
|13. The Retrospective (Ceb)|
|14. Christmas Log (Ceb)|
|15. You Can Hire (Remix) (Dr. Edgewild)|
|16. Raw (Ceb)|
|17. Don't Do A Thing (Dr. Edgewild)|
|18. Bring It Out To Me (Remix) (Fintec)|
|19. Disturbed (Clear Conscience Remix) (Dr. Edgewild/Ceb)|
|20. You Can Hire (Linen Room Remix) (Dr. Edgewild/Ceb)|
|21. The Statement (Sprats/Ceb)|
Details about the album [Click Here]
|A Brief History Of The Crew|
BN Crew (originally The Buttnuggets) are a rap/comedy band started in
1997 in North Dublin. The groups founding members were Dr. Edgewild, Dr.
Leo and the Psychologist Ceb.
Their first album 'Smells like white spirits' (later re-titled 'Tippin' the cow') was recorded in the space of 14 hours in Ceb's parents house in Glasnevin, Dublin. This was a 90 minute psychedelic mind melter with influences from hip-hop and punk. The equipment used was primitive CD players, tape decks and an earphone taped to a pen as a microphone.
Although the album was almost entirely instrumental (with the exception of 'Wypin') the Buttnuggets would later become a hip-hop band during the thriving years of the Dublin hip hop scene. Their first album was described by many as being "unlistenable".
Following extremely poor (non existent) sales and continued substance abuse issues by Ceb the Nuggets took a break until the year 2000 when they made a spectacular comeback under the new name 'BN Crew'.
2000 saw the return of the newly reformed BN Crew with what some say is still their greatest track, 'Babykill'. Babykill also introduced one of the new additions to the Crew, Luke. He was part of a massive new posse the BN Crew had amassed who became known as the BN Crew All Stars for some reason.
In the year following Babykill Dr. Leo and the Psychologist Ceb spent much of the time hanging out in the Sushi Recording studios waiting for house parties to start so they could present their new material. A highlight of this era was the debut of "The Rapists" at Iano Mincers house party, this is also the only known time where females actually danced to a BN Crew song.
Following the chick dancing incident productivity dwindled somewhat although the Crew still managed to produce a second album "Where Did It All Go Wrong". This offering was almost all hip-hop with an extremely raw sound. The album featured a host of hidden talent within the crew including Aido, Double B, The Muinteoir, Meanologue, Hambone and Muttonhead. The album is credited as killing most of their music careers.
Sales of this were also extremely poor as Ceb only made 20 copies and literally couldn't give them away, in his own words he used most of them to "fix a wobbly chair".
In early 2006 work began on the follow up album "Clockwork Idiots", Dr. Edgewild and Ceb laid down three tracks in one session, this was followed by more recording sessions finally reuniting Ceb & Dr. Leo on 'Ballsack Itchin'. Currently the album remains incomplete with 15 tracks recorded*, many of which are just Ceb having the buzz and spitting out old school gibber jabber over self produced beats.
Currently there are 5 recorded yet not uploaded tracks that should finalize "Clockwork Idiots", the later sound is a relatively sample free home grown electronic affair with the same old lyrics thrown over it.
Crew are a band who often seem obsolete and forgotten but sporadically
churn a track or two out and every decade or so have enough material
to splice an album together, this is unlikely to change.
|Happiness overthrows BN Crew.|
flooded social media today when BN Crew
depression case Wisp was photographed enjoying
|HamHead declares jihad in own sitting room.|
struck the BN Crew today when resident sympathizer, HamHead, declared
a jihad within his own sitting room.
report - Some hotel in Dortmund.
Feels a little like a tomb or even coffin but surprisingly warm and plain. An accusing eye count of zero means 3 rolls.
Space age style toilet seat was a bit of a put off but ended up a pretty decent experience.
Accusing eyes were present but unobtrusive. Pretty solid setup, good availability, clean enough. A solid 3.5 rolls.
|The BN Crew, Have they actually improved?|
unearthed by BNCrew.com suggest the quality of BN Crew music has actually
improved contrary to popular knowledge.
Some months back BNCrew.com unearthed a rare recording featuring a blast of various tracks from the almost mythical "Tippin' The Cow" album, following the release of this and the current sober hindsight of some of the original members the popular belief is that the Crew have actually improved since 1997.
The "Tippin'" recording stems from a chance sharing of a "Face off" style taxi following a Radiohead gig in 1997 between Dr. Edgewild, Dr. Leo and Ceb, the three instantly saw common ground for their love of cromulent music. Dr. Edgewild with his punk influence, Dr. Leo with his soul, funk and blaxploitation and Ceb with his place to hang out and basic knowledge of fabricating a functioning mic from a pen and an "Apollo 1" set of earphones. The next few weeks would see the three brain storm bouncing terrible ideas off each other and going with them. Having been inspired by a plate of chicken nuggets Ceb once consumed the BN (Buttnuggets) gained their name.
Shortly after this Dr. Leo attended Ceb's new found Sushi recording studio in Griffith avenue in a bid to record some solid shit, many believe Leo only attended the session as his mates had money and actually wanted to have a social life, the pair were joined some hours later by Dr. Edgewild who was bored of sitting at home and promptly went to sleep in the 'studio'. During his slumber the pair recorded what is arguably the most groundbreaking Irish record in history, it featured cameos from local Dublin legend Gibney Ray who walked in and threw a 2 pence piece at the speaker (as heard in Alcopop a slight return).
At a later stage several tracks (a single track) was recorded featuring the vocal stilling of Hambone and Double B, this track was Wypin' which paved the way for the BN to assault the hip hop world. Toolbox joined the gang soon after putting down chilling vocals on the hit singles "B + Snippy" and "Black Is The Colour". The new additions to BN became known as the BN all stars who went on to record various tracks for the upcoming album.
Once all of this was compiled on to one 90 minute tape originally titled "Tippin' The Cow" (although titled "Smells like white spirits" on the physical tape) the world was a BN oyster, the BN embarked on their first world tour of Dublin with the unfavourable title of "Live Aids". The band started the tour in upper Grizzle Avenizzle playing the tape only to themselves, this was met with enthusiasm from themselves, they immediately traveled to lower Grizzle Avenizzle where again they played only to themselves and possibly a very young Gapford, still riding the fame high the band headed toward Marino and broke out the fresh new sound and finally they concluded the tour in North Strand, it's safe to say this was a success in their own minds.
Immediately after this the band lost interest in the band, Dr. Edgewild went on to play the Sims for a few years, Dr. Leo went on to pretend to be black and have soul and Ceb went on some kind of heroic drug and alcohol binge.
In 2000 the band would return under the revised name BN Crew with the unforgettable Babykill but have the Crew actually improved over the years? History has all but deleted the first album from memory and physical existence and with the only known recording being the BNCrew.com unearthed session we asked a group of music professionals and enthusiasts the question, they said "No".