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In early 1989, the group signed a demo deal with Geffen Records and produced a five-song demo, which included later album tracks "Description of a Fool", "I Left My Wallet in El Segundo" and "Pubic Enemy".
Geffen decided against offering the group a recording contract, and the group was granted permission to shop for a deal elsewhere.
After receiving lucrative offers for multi-album deals from a variety of labels, the group opted for a modest deal offered by Jive Records.
Jive Records was then known as an independent rap label that partly owed its success to building the careers of artists Boogie Down Productions and Too Short.
While the duo frequently made demos with Phife, then known as Crush Connection, Phife only became a full member once Jarobi White joined.Any 30-second snippet of The Low End Theory will go further to convince of the album's greatness than anything I can write.