Discography of 1200 Techniques:
|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Choose One||19||2002||Rubber Records|
|2||Fork In The Road||7||2004||Rubber Records|
|3||One Time Live||33||2003-02-10||Rubber Records|
|4||Consistency Theory||28||2004||Rubber Records|
|5||Choose One + Choose More||27||2002||Rubber Records|
|6||Where Ur At||5||1999||Rubber Records|
|7||Infinite Styles||4||2001||Rubber Records|
|8||Karma (What Goes Around Comes Around)||4||2002||Rubber Records|
|9||Eye Of The Storm||8||2003|
|10||Consistency Theory Album Sampler||6||Rubber Records|
|11||Consistency Theory||18||2003||Rubber Records|
|13||Hard As Hell||4||2001||Rubber Records|
|14||Karma (What Goes Around Comes Around)||4||2002||Rubber Records|
|15||Fork In The Road||4||Not on label|
Blending eclectric tastes ranging from: hip hop, rock, soul, funk, electro jazz and breakbeat, 1200 Techniques are a hard band to classify. Formed in 1997, 1200 Techniques started out as DJ Peril and brothers Nfamas and Kabba, soon after Peril's brother Kemstar joined and together they wrote many of the tracks that appeared on the debut single Hard As Hell Choose One. Halfway through 1998, Kabba moved to London.
It wasn't until 2002 that 1200 Techniques released their debut album - Chose One. It debuted at number 20 in the ARIA charts. It was the single Hard As Hell that scored 1200 Techniques a support slot with Linkin Park in early 2002. The next single Karma saw them break through into commercial success. They won an ARIA for Best Video and Best Independant Release for the single Karma. 1200 Techniques were also nominated for 3 other awards including, Best New Artist Single, Best New Artist Album, Best Dance Release, After this success they launched a national tour with support by US Princess Superstar.
In November 2002, 1200 Techniques picked up two Dance Music Association awards for Best Debut Artist and Best Hip Hop Artist admidst stiff competition.