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Captain Dan & The Scurvy Crew

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Louder than a broadside volley of Cannon Fire, Captain Dan & The Scurvy Crew have hit the nation like a hurricane. Never before has the Golden Age of Piracy and Hip-Hop been blended so seamlessly. Their debut album, “Authentic Pirate Hip Hop” was released in 2006, satisfying a growing need for pirate rap in the nerdcore and pirate communities. Their second release, “Rimes of the Hip Hop Mariners,” met and exceeded many fan expectations, proving that the group was more than a simple novelty act. Their albums are currently the #1 and #2 best selling nerdcore albums on the critically lauded indie musician site, cdbaby.com. Their next album, “From the Seas to the Streets” was release January 2009 and is the most epic collection of pirate hip hop ever produced!

The group has been featured on radio shows such as Los Angeles’ KROQ Kevin & Bean show, Bubba the Love Sponge, and WZZR’s Real Radio Nights & The Love Docs. The crew’s music and videos have shown up on the front pages of Comedy websites such as Drew Curtis’s Fark.com, Albinoblacksheep.com, somethingawful.com, and on the wired.com blogs. The group was also featured in Blender magazine in 2008!

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Reiji (level 10) wrote:
Captain, oh my captain ! :)
19 days ago
fuzzyorangebug (level 37) wrote:
I've gotta say, next to like Aesop Rock, you guys are the best thematic lyricists in any form of hip hop out there. There is nothing I love more than blast your tunes in my minivan as I tool around the middle class neighborhoods of Columbus, Ohio. Peace out in the crow's nest!
11 months ago
marcares (level 32) wrote:
Hey Captain, tell us more of your killer adventures.
11 months ago
RodgerThat (level 23) wrote:
YARRRRR! Cap'n! ye be needin' to revisit these waraaaaarrrrs at ye olde 61!
1 year ago
Draiskais (level 19) wrote:
greatest hip-hop ever! i even purchased all of your albums. you should upload here "all me mateys dead and gone" - its amazing!
7 years ago
highspeedchase (level 6) wrote:
always loved pirates and it's about time they have representation such as this!
7 years ago
twodollars (level 12) wrote:
I love thissss!!!!
7 years ago
Statalyzer (level 19) wrote:
Y'all should do a parody of Village People's "In the Navy" - that would be HILARIOUS.
7 years ago
Gnub (level 13) wrote:
The Flying Spaghetti Monster approves of this.
7 years ago
exeterdefeat (level 31) wrote:
THese guys are definatly my favorite PIRATTE BAND! i dont care what anyone says you guys are amazing and fill my mp3 with joys and smile. a pirates christmas!
7 years ago
emilylilyavalon (level 11) wrote:
i think you guys are my new favorite band :)
7 years ago
MaskMan (level 26) wrote:
Yo ho, and avast there maties! Shiver me mainbrace if A Pirate Christmas didn't bilge me from laughing!
7 years ago
SymbolliC (level 8) wrote:
Captain Dan & The Scurvy Crew are some of the most creative rappers ever
7 years ago
RodgerThat (level 23) wrote:
this is a genre convergence that has been long overdue.
w2g. thx.
L to the O to the muthafuckin L
7 years ago
Ssd8 (level 17) wrote:
This is great. So great. :D
7 years ago
willdayble (level 21) wrote:

I love it.
7 years ago
woodjean (level 31) wrote:
I'm almost afraid to tell you I like your music, but I do....
7 years ago
msandison (level 24) wrote:
Can you please come play at the California Maritime Academy graduation on May 1?
7 years ago
highspeedchase (level 6) wrote:
You're my inspiration.
7 years ago
raygae (level 14) wrote:
this is amazing! Definitely love the lyrics! Catchy and funny!
7 years ago