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Thought Process is a musical force an American duet from Rhode Island.
Be ready, as they open up the hearts and minds to controversial topics including religious and political literature in a blend of literary punk, literary hip hop, and literary archived satire and comedy styles in a convoluted mix similar to KRS-ONE, Beastie Boys, and Bloodhound Gang. Thought Process comedy as the legendary explorations known as Garbage Pail Style.
Formed from the fragmented ruins of Mama Dropped Me and Yuck. The left over stock parts Neumatic Impact (from Mama Dropped Me) and Mobius The Shepherd (from Yuck) join together in a new hybrid of flavor and culture.
They began as separate entities: Neumatic Impact, aka Mark Lorette, who plays the guitar and assorted eclectic electronics; including '80s keyboards. Mobius The Shepherd; who plays the bass, RM1X, and a realistic microphone held together with tape.
Neumatic impact, aka Mark Lorette, grew up listening to a variety of music from artists such as Beastie Boys, LL Cool J and Run-DMC to Metallica, Slayer and AC/DC. He was in a hardcore punk band in 1993 called Mama Dropped Me. They release a compilation cassette called 'Mama Dropped Me Live'. In 2005 he released his debut solo album 'Astigmatic Vision'. After achieving moderate local success with the release of his experimental invention; he successfully. made the transition to hip-hop.
Mobius The Shepherd ran a parallel track; coming in from the backwoods of hip-hop, Mobius was the younger protege who evolved his talents from being a roady for Mama Dropped Me, while in 7th grade. Neumatic let Mobius borrow a synthesizer and 4-track in 1998, which Mobius used to record and release the groundbreaking underground demo 'Prehistoric Rhetoric'. He went on to release 'God So Loved The Third World' album in 2001, and the "Put On Your Safety Valve' collection in 2003. It was not until 2007, with the release of 'Everything I Knew', that Mobius began picking up traction as a solo artist; parallel to the talents of Neumatic. He released his official solo album 'Anamorphism' in 2009.
Combined Neumatic and Mobius are a force to be reckoned with in the underground rap scene. Together their collaborative, while not only a historic conglomeration with historic significance in New England, has also gained an online presence, and their underground CD circuit has been making a footprint in the underground music scene worldwide. They are the sociologists of rap, and their creative delivery of thought catches attention wherever their music is played. Their obscure hip-hop, with concerns worldwide, has continued to appreciate the underbelly of attainment in 2011; nearly 14 years since the first seed was planted.