Cypress Hill's 'Black Sunday,' the group's second album, debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 in 1993.
Cypress Hill played at the 1994 Woodstock Festival.
Cypress Hill was banned from Saturday Night Live after Muggs smoked a marijuana joint, and after playing their second single "I Ain't Goin' Out Like That" the band trashed their instruments.
Cypress Hill released IV which went gold in the U.S. in 1998.
Cypress Hill appeared on the first Smokin' Grooves tour, featuring Ziggy Marley, The Fugees, Busta Rhymes and A Tribe Called Quest in 1996.
Cypress Hill appeared on the "The Simpsons" episode Homerpalooza in which Homer, Bart and Lisa attend the Lollapalooza-inspired "Hullabalooza".
Cypress Hill was originally called "DVX", but the name was changed after Mellow Man Ace (Ulpiano Sergio, younger brother of Sen Dog) leftin 1988 to pursue a solo career.
Cypress Hill refers to the place where the first members of the band have lived, who grew up mostly in Cypress Avenue in South Gate, Los Angeles.
Cypress Hill is the first Latin rap artists to have Gold, Platinum, and Multi-Platinum albums.
Cypress Hill have sold 10 million records in the USA alone by 2006.
Cypress Hill formed in 1986.
Cypress Hill recorded "Just Another Victim" for the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as a theme song for Taz.
The band headlined the "Soul Assassins" tour with House of Pain and Funkdoobiest as support, then performed on a college tour with Rage Against the Machine and Seven Year Bitch.
With "Insane in the Brain" becoming a crossover hit, the album went double platinum in the U.S. and sold 3.25 million albums.
Also with their debut still on the charts they became the first rap artists to have 2 albums in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 at the same time.
The band made their first appearance at Lollapalooza on the side stage in 1992.
DJ Muggs produced House of Pain's first album, then working with the Beastie Boys and Funkdoobiest.
Its single was "Phuncky Feel One," but it was the B-side "How I Could Just Kill A Man" (formerly "Trigga Happy N*gga") that attracted more airplay on urban radio and college radio.