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Dog Eat Dog is an American band. They began in 1990 as part of the hardcore music scenes of New York City and New Jersey. Dog Eat Dog was one of the earliest bands to fuse hardcore and rap, a style that would later become commonplace. One day Dio hung around in the studio and contributed on the track "Games". Another collaboration the band did on the record was with RZA (appearing on "Step Right In"), the genius behind the Wu-Tang Clan. 'Play Games' was the second full-length album of Dog Eat Dog existing of vocalist and frontman John Connor, bassist Dave Neabore and on guitar the late (2021) Sean Kilkenny. 'Play Games was released in 1996 and yielded three singles, "Isms," "Rocky," and "Step Right In."