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10 Minute Warning

Though pretty short-lived within their initial incarnation, Seattle’s 10 Minute Caution were known as an integral influence around the city’s following grunge movement; after disbanding in 1984, the group also later on gained acknowledgement when among its users, Duff McKagan, increased to international achievement as an associate of Weapons N’ Roses. When McKagan exited G N’ R through the middle-’90s, he came back to Seattle, reforming 10 Minute Caution with original associates Paul Solger Dana on electric guitar, David Garrigues on bass, and Greg Gilmore on drums. Recruiting brand-new vocalist Christopher Blue, the music group agreed upon to Sub Pop and released its eponymous debut in 1998.

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