Formed within their school days, Share Cube contains boyhood friends Chris Langdon (lead vocals, bass, brother of Royson and Antony Langdon of Spacehog fame), Nic Denson (guitars), and Jon Pike (drums), with Pete Denton (guitar) signing up for after placing his search for fame as an actor and super model tiffany livingston on hold. Equipped with a organic yet polished audio, the outfit slipped the “Share” and was purchased by Polydor in 1998 following a apparently furious A&R scramble over an extraordinary demonstration tape. The rocking Shut up and Can get on the ground EP followed exactly the same season, heralding a shiny future, and soon after emerged the debut one, “Scrounger.” The distorted three-minute thrash writhing beneath Langdon’s spitting vocal was premature in its tribute towards the Stooges, whose rebirth as rock and roll music’s number 1 influence happened a couple of years later. Upon discharge, the debut record, Fast Food, didn’t make the perhaps deserved impact which was hoped, and Cube was slipped before that they had the opportunity to think of a excellent sequel. The music group continued to try out live, attaining a popularity as an extremely exciting, poised rock and roll act. With a bit more support, it could have been simply the start for the promising young music group, as opposed to the end of the short-lived career, because the members decided to go their different methods in early 2001.