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Centralzone released the white label “Underground/Hook It” 12″ in 1991, under Gangster records which found it’s way into the hands of Tim Westwood of then Capital Radio and Dave Pearce of Kiss FM. The crew later broke away from the label due to lack of advertising and promotion. Centralzone did it all themselves, studio time, arranging gigs with their various contacts in the industry and basically selling their music on the streets.
1992 saw the release of the demo “Opinionated Opinions/Exercisin’The Lyric” produced at the South West Syndicate studio in Tooting Bec with DJ Sparki (well known partner of MC Mello) on the dials.
After magazine reviews and more gigs (most notibly at Muthaland at the Borderline Club where Vie Marshall bigged up the crew’s open mic session as “British talent, definitely!” After 6 years together in the music scene, Centralzone decided to go their own seperate ways.