'Boof Baf' was the first single by Fugees, released in 1993 and was their only single never to chart. It featured on their debut album 'Blunted On Reality'. Over their short lived career, which included a brief reunion in 2004, the collective released two original albums and nine singles in all; the most famous of which was the Platinum hit 'Killing Me Softly' from their second album 'The Score' which in itself topped charts worldwide upon its release.
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Pablo Honey was released on this day (February 22) in 1993.