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|Birth name||Ernie Cunnigan|
|Labels||Sire, Virgin, Escapi Music|
|Associated acts||Body Count|
Cunnigan grew up in Compton, California and attended Crenshaw High School with Ice-T. Cunnigan was one of the few students attending the school who was interested in rock music. Ernie's Uncle was an important influence. He introduced Ernie to different groups and a diverse number of styles in the genre. Ernie became an enthusiastic fan eventually buying a guitar from his local music store. He dedicated himself to learning, starting at 12. He was entirely self taught.
Cunnigan's guitar playing and showmanship earned him respect among his fellow students, including members of the Crips gang. Cunnigan also taught guitar to fellow students, including D-Roc the Executioner, who later joined the band Body Count.
Cunnigan and Ice-T co-wrote the song "Cop Killer". Cunnigan also produced demo tapes that led to the signings of Stone Temple Pilots and Rage Against the Machine, as well as the Forbidden album for Black Sabbath. Today, Cunnigan still plays for Body Count. Due to Body Count's steided[clarification needed] touring schedule, Cunnigan started his own band Masters of Metal in 2010. The band is expected to release an album in December of 2011.[dated info]
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