House of Pain, 'Jump Around' (1992)
Then: House of Pain, a trio of rappers (Danny Boy, Everlast and DJ Lethal), exploded onto the scene in 1992 with their party single 'Jump Around.' The hit reached its way to No. 3 on the U.S. Billboard charts, and a year later was famously featured in everyone's favorite Robin Williams comedy, 'Mrs. Doubtfire.'
Now: House of Pain went on to release two more albums in the '90s but broke up in 1996. After their breakup, each member of the group went on to achieve success, most notably DJ Lethal, who joined Limp Bizkit, and Everlast, whose solo album, 'Whitey Ford Sings The Blues,' was a multi-platinum success. In 2011, DJ Lethal and Everlast joined Danny Boy's supergroup La Coka Nostra, which he founded several years prior. Later that same year, House of Pain officially reunited as a band and played several international music festivals.Watch House of Pain Perform 'Jump Around' in 2011