Comprised of MCs Alaska (or Tim Baker) and Windnbreez (aka Ian McMullin) -- who were both part of the Atoms Family crew and collaborated frequently with their fellow members, including a 2002 appearance by Alaska on Cannibal Ox's The Cold Vein -- and producer paWL (Paul Iannacchino), who joined up with the two MCs in 2002 (he had worked previously with Mr. Lif and the Presence, among others), Hangar 18 found itself a nice fit at New York's underground hip-hop stalwart Definitive Jux. By 2003, the group's first single, "Where You At" b/w "Hangar 18 at the Temple of Doom," was released, and the next year their first full-length, The Multi-Platinum Debut Album, hit shelves. In 2007 their follow-up, Sweep the Leg, was released. ~ Marisa BrownPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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