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Crazy Last played on. Nemone's Electric Ladyland. Band Of Gypsies Radio Edit. Vic Galloway. It went from being a slow groove to a club banger. The format of the song is similar to Jump Around by House of Pain. I wanted to do more with that sort of sound, so I packed Insane in the Brain with hooks. I assembled the track in my apartment, putting the horns together with the bassline. It took about a day to do the beat, three hours to write the lyrics, then about an hour to record it.
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There was a lot of weed smoked but we were pretty prepared. I knew it was going be a big record but I never imagined how big. I was a millionaire at I guess everybody goes crazy at some time in their life. I went to a hip-hop nightclub in downtown Los Angeles. B-Real had this blue Cadillac Seville , a really-nice-looking car.
When I arrived, he was sat in it in the parking lot writing something. Insane in the Brain derives from gang talk in LA. Back then, the Crips and the Bloods — who I ran with — were at war.
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You could have a shootout with the police or anyone. That lingo was reserved for the hardest homies. The song itself is about rival rappers who had dissed us. I did my lyrics in New York when we recorded.