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October 13, 1993 | DENNIS HUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Frankly I'm sick to death of it," grumbles Ira (L.A. Sno) Brown of Duice, referring to the rap duo's hit single "Dazzey Duks." Who can blame him? Performing it constantly around the country, Brown, 23 and his partner Anthony (Creo-D) Darlington, 25, have had plenty of opportunity to get fed up with the single, which has had a phenomenally long life. Most hit singles are lucky to last a few weeks on the pop charts.
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May 24, 1993 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Southern California could use a heartfelt, focused concert in which first-rank performers bring their talents to bear in support of civil nonviolence. The "Jam for Peace" benefit Saturday at Irvine Meadows certainly wasn't it. This 9 1/2-hour endurance test was a lax and bloated affair. Its absurd 32-act bill was overstuffed with too many B-level (if that) performers and rank newcomers. Its focus on the theme at hand was practically nonexistent.
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