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Groove Family Cyco

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Groove Family Cyco / Snapped Lika Mutha
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 29, 1994
GenreFunk metal
Label550 Music
ProducerMichael Vail Blum, Dhogcru
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Groove Family Cyco / Snapped Lika Mutha is the third album by Infectious Grooves, a 1994 concept record about a family of crazy people (the 'Cycos'). The "Violent & Funky" music video appeared in Beavis and Butt-head.

Music and lyrics


"Do What I Tell Ya!" criticizes the band Rage Against the Machine, who are well known for expressing anti-corporate, left-wing politics in their lyrics, but are signed with Epic Records, a subsidiary of Sony, a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation.[1][2] Mike Muir later stated that Rage Against the Machine's guitarist, Tom Morello, provoked the feud by attacking Suicidal Tendencies.[2] The song was written in 4/4, and takes a straight rock music approach, while the rest of the album combines elements of hard rock, funk and punk rock.[3]

Track listing

  1. "Violent & Funky" (Muir, Pleasants, Siegel, Trujillo) – 4:19
  2. "Boom Boom Boom" (Muir, Pleasants, Siegel, Trujillo) – 4:07
  3. "Frustrated Again" (Muir, Trujillo) – 2:59
  4. "Rules Go Out the Window" (Muir, Pleasants) – 4:27
  5. "Groove Family Cyco" (Muir) – 4:19
  6. "Die Lika Pig" (Muir, Siegel, Trujillo)– 3:14
  7. "Do What I Tell Ya!" (Muir, Siegel) – 4:57
  8. "Cousin Randy" (Muir, Trujillo) – 5:39
  9. "Why?" (Muir, Siegel) – 4:00
  10. "Made It" (Muir, Pleasants, Trujillo) – 4:32





Chart (1994) Peak
US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard)[4] 19


  1. ^ Larkin, C. (1995). The Guinness encyclopedia of popular music. Vol. 3. Guinness Pub. ISBN 9781561591763. Retrieved February 26, 2015.
  2. ^ a b "Suicidal Tendencies Frontman On Rumored Gang Affiliation, Being Only Original Member". Blabbermouth.net. November 26, 2008. Retrieved November 30, 2018.
  3. ^ Robbins, I.A.; Sprague, D. (1997). The Trouser Press Guide to '90s Rock: The All-new Fifth Edition of The Trouser Press Record Guide. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 9780684814377. Retrieved February 26, 2015.
  4. ^ "Infectious Grooves Chart History (Heatseekers Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved March 6, 2018.