The choice pop group the Guys are one of the forgotten one-hit wonders of the first ’90s. Actually, contacting the Guys one-hit wonders could be a misnomer since their most well-known monitor, “Cathedral of Reasoning, Sin & Like,” didn’t cross in to the mainstream. Even so, “Cathedral of Reasoning, Sin & Like” was quite effective on modern rock and roll channels in 1992. Half spoken-word ’60s nostalgia, half Congested House-style electric guitar pop, “Cathedral of Reasoning, Sin & Like” provided a rest from angst-ridden grunge, however the melody was perhaps as well quirky to get any charm beyond choice radio. The monitor acquired poetic imagery — “It is the sort of place where space explorers might have arrived/Around 1963/when John F. Kennedy is at Life Newspaper/And everything was aqua sea, aqua sea” — that lots of college students attempted to interpret. Featuring Jef Scott (vocals, guitars), Lore Wilhelm (guitars, vocals), Nancy Hathorn (bass, vocals), and David Botkin (drums, vocals), the Guys released their self-titled debut LP on Polygram in 1992. Nevertheless, none from the Men’s various other songs were performed, as well as the record vanished using the music group. Even though group was known as the Men, there have been in fact two females within their lineup. The music group was located in Santa Monica, CA, also the head office of their very own fan club.