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Though they were together since high school, the Lootpack - Madlib, Wildchild and DJ Romes - first made their presence known in 1994 when the group’s beat conductor, Madlib, produced "Mary Jane," a Tha Alkaholiks 12”. The positive feedback from these collaborations led to the...

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Lootpack - Whenimondamic video

Lootpack - Soundpieces: Da Antidote Produced by Madlib Read More

Stones Throw Podcast 50: Lootpack's “Pieces of Soundpieces” mixtape, 1999

Lootpack - Pieces of Soundpieces | Stones Throw Podcast #50 Subscribe & Download MP3 on iTunes (Free) It's the 10th anniversary of Lootpack's classic hip-hop... Read More

Vintage TV clip: Lootpack for Toyota of Oxnard

Local television commercial featuring the Lootpack for Toyota of Oxnard, from their pre-Soundpieces days. Read More

Lootpack - Soundpieces: Da Antidote - 3/LP and 45 reissue

IN THE STORE LOOTPACK - SOUNDPIECES: DA ANTIDOTE Reissue of the full-length wide-spine, 3/LP vinyl edition, plus the bonus "Bone Marrow" 7-inch single.   Originally released... Read More

Lootpack - Loopdigga EP

In the store | LOOTPACK - LOOPDIGGA EP Madlib gems from out-of-print Lootpack singles, collected on vinyl, audio taken from the original masters. "Lootpack ushered... Read More

Baby Boogaloo gets a sitcom

Congrats to the youngest member of the extended Stones Throw family, Miles "Baby Boogaloo" Brown – son of Wildchild of Lootpack. He's starring in his... Read More

Lootpack

Though they were together since high school, the Lootpack - Madlib, Wildchild and DJ Romes - first made their presence known in 1994 when the group’s beat conductor, Madlib, produced "Mary Jane," a Tha Alkaholiks 12”. The positive feedback from these collaborations led to the Lootpack's own EP "Ill Psych Move" on Crate Digger’s Palace Records in 1996, a venture funded by Madlib’s father, soul-crooner Otis Jackson Sr. It was through this regionally-distributed 12” that the group caught the attention of Stones Throw Records’ founder Peanut Butter Wolf, who heard the record on college radio and hunted the group down. The group eventually signed for Stones Throw, paving the way for the release of 1999’s Soundpieces: Da Antidote, which announced Madlib to the hip-hop scene as one of its major talents.  Soundpieces proved to be Lootpack's only full-length release.