Not to be confused with Warsaw Pact. ‹See Tfd›
Warsawpack was a Canadian experimental rap rock group. Formed in 1999 in Hamilton, Ontario, the band defined its music as "an eclectic fusion of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock". The band espoused mostly politically charged lyrics that critiqued Western consumerism and neo-colonialism.
The band consisted of vocalist Lee Raback, guitarist Ajit Rao, bassist Jaroslav Wassmann, tenor saxophonist and flautist Simon Oczkowski, baritone saxophonist Adam Bryant, turntablist Aaron Sakala and drummer Matt Cormier.
Following their debut EP Due to Long Foreseen Events, the band signed to G7 Welcoming Committee Records, which released both of the band's full-length albums. The band broke up in 2004, following their second full-length album Stocks and Bombs.
Raback later pursued a more conventional hip hop style, releasing his solo debut album Introductory Offer in 2009 under the stage name Lee Reed.