|This biographical article relies too much on references to primary sources. (February 2011)|
Organized Rhyme's musical formula focused on three principal facets: catchy beats, simplistic choruses, and clever rhymes. The formula proved itself to be profitable: the group's first single, "Check the O.R.," won the MuchVibe Best Rap Video (MMVA Award) in 1992 and was nominated for a Juno Award in 1993 for Best Rap Recording, but lost to "Keep It Slammin'" by Devon. The second music video Organized Rhyme had was "Luv 1".
The group promptly disbanded. Its record label A&M Records has been blamed for its death due to its wanting them to drop the comedic element of their music.
A dance remix of "Check the O.R." was released in 2000 on a dance compilation CD entitled "Pure Dance 5". The original music video for "Check the O.R." was included with Green's 2005 rap album, Prepare for Impact.
In July 2011, the group re-united at 28 July's "Just For Laughs Festival" in Montreal, Quebec. A 2011 version of "Check The O.R." was made available for free download and a music video was released in October 2011 on The Comedy Network's website.
- MC Bones (Tom Green) – went on to star in shock comedy television shows in Canada and the United States. In the late 1990s, he released a solo rap album under his alter ego MC Face. In 2005, he released a second solo effort, this time using his real name, entitled Prepare For Impact. He is currently running TomGreen.com The Channel, where he also hosts a live talk show called Tom Green's House Tonight. In early 2008 a third solo rap album titled Basement Jams was released in download only format on his website: TomGreen.com The Channel. In March 2009, on Last Call with Carson Daly, Tom stated that he was working on a new rap album. A sample of his new song "It's Been A Long Time Coming" was played during the show.
- Pin the Chameleon (Greg Campbell) – is a recording artist (as Mr. Bigstuff) and producer, as well as sings lead vocals in the newly formed EN GARDE! He is also a Real Estate agent with Coldwell Banker.
- DJ Signal (Geordie Ferguson) – is now a Software Engineer at BlackBerry
- Huh? Stiffenin Against The Wall (1992) – features the single 'Check The O.R.'
- Prelude Pt. 1
- Head for the Border
- Bring the Horns
- Prelude Pt. 2
- Warm and Easy
- Check the O.R.
- Armadillo Song
- Cookies and Crackers
- The Rain Song
- Prelude Pt. 3
- The Idiots
- The Cutting Song
- Prelude Pt. 4 – Hamsters
- Dabbling on the Mic
- Mind Your Business
- Prelude Pt. 5 – Magic Touch
- Happy Song
- Luv Pt. 0
- Prelude Pt. 6
- Check the O.R. (Bikini Drifter Mix)
Side A Tracklisting:
- Check The O.R. (Armadillo Mix)
- Check The O.R. (Rosebush Daddy Mix)
Side B Tracklisting:
- Check The O.R. (Armadillo Ex-tenda Mix)
- Check The O.R. (Bikini Drifter Mix)
- Check The O.R. 2000 (Remix)
- Check The O.R. 2000 (Perry Alexander Remix)
- Check The O.R. 2000 (Tyson Remix)
- Check The O.R. 2000 (Original Mix)
- A 'Check The O.R.' 2011 Redux was released in 2011. Produced by Tom Green and Greg Campbell.
- Check The O.R. (Redux)
- "Organized Rhyme – Luv 1 Music Video". beatfactorytv's YouTube Channel. Retrieved 2010-04-29.
- "Organized Rhyme – Check The O.R. Redux". SoundCloud. Retrieved 2012-02-05.
- "Organized Rhyme – Check The O.R. Redux Music Video". The Comedy Network. Retrieved 2011-10-23.
- "Organized Rhyme – Check The O.R. (12-inch, Single, Promo)". Discogs. Retrieved 2010-03-14.
- "Organized Rhyme – Check The O.R. 2000 Remix (12-inch, Single, Promo)". CDandLP. Retrieved 2010-03-31.
- Profile of "Check the O.R." video at Jane-Finch.com
- Tom Green on Last Call with Carson Daly – March 2009