Thunderpuss was the (mainly dance) remix/production team of music producers Barry Harris and Chris Cox. Harris had previously worked as part of several music groups including Kon Kan, Top Kat, Killer Bunnies and Outta Control and had also released several singles himself. Cox, a musician and DJ, had also worked for years as a DJ and producer, producing a megamix of Paula Abdul songs, among other things, and started his own record label, Interhit Records, with Jeff Johnson.

Harris & Cox originally met in the late 1980s and remained friends for years, with Harris eventually joining Cox at Interhit. They didn't start working together as a production team until late 1997. Their first project as Thunderpuss was a cover of the song "I Just Wanna Be Your Everything", with Thea Austin, formerly of Snap! performing vocals. They also produced Engelbert Humperdinck's 1998 album The Dance Album, but did not use the name Thunderpuss. They also produced original songs for various artists, including Abigail ("Let The Joy Rise" and "If It Don't Fit"), Amber ("Taste The Tears"), and Soluna. During this time, they also released remix singles under the name "Thunderpuss 2000," most notably covers of David Bowie's Heroes and Blue Öyster Cult's "Godzilla."

Over the course of almost six years, Thunderpuss were in demand as remixers, their first work together being a remix of Billie Myers' "Kiss The Rain" in 1998. Their breakout success was a hit re-working of It's Not Right but It's Okay by Whitney Houston. This was quickly followed by a remix of Sexual (La Di Di) by Amber, a hit in 1999. Other artists who received the remix treatment included Madonna, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.

Thunderpuss themselves also put out several later singles as artists, including "Papa's Got A Brand New Pigbag", a fully electronic dance cover of the "Pigbag" song, "Stand Up" (with Latanza Waters), and "FMH" (under the artist name Harris & Cox).Both men are currently pursuing DJ/remix/production work on their own.