Hidden 90's rock gems

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    Did you know that dude is Bruce Dickinson's cousin (or some close relative) and runs a custom car shop?
    He did pretty good for himself.
     
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    Both really well known songs that I still hear on the radio occasionally today.
     
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    I met John when he was singing for Armored Saint. Could tell he was destined for more....
     
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    I don't hear them on the radio at all -- but I live near Austin, which outside of KUTX is a radio desert. KLBJ plays the same 42 classic rock songs over and freakin' over. KUTX is interesting and sometimes has great stuff on, but I haven't heard these two over the air since the 90s, so to me they seem a little obscure.
     
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    Another Toads Place find:

    Molly McGuire:


    Tsunami:
     
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    Great Megadeth song from the ‘90s. Never released on an album.
     
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    I’m kinda bummed that I was a kid in the 90s since I missed most of this. However I did enjoy the 90s, last great decade IMO.
     
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    Glad you enjoyed it.........

    ;)
     
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    Me and some friends shared a practice space with them. The lead singer blew out my Bassman when we were messing around playing one day.
     
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    Both The Pod and Suicide Machine are solid deep cuts, but nothing else had the airplay appeal of Stars. I remember it got them on latenight tv for a few weeks. (IIRC this was Hum's sophomore record, preceded by Electra2000 and ending with Downward is Heavenward, arguably their best. The Fillet Show demos are rough)
     
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