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Rebels Without Applause

One particular musicians who also simply won’t disappear completely, Chicago vocalist guitarist Greg Fulton followed up his rather unsuccessful converts with ’80s velocity metallic band Znowhite and early-’90s thrashers Cyclone Temple by getting into his third well known band task, Rebels Without Applause. Recruiting longtime cohort and bassist Scott Shafer plus fresh recruits Tag Alano (acoustic guitar) and Tony Heath (drums), he developed a strange combination of metallic, hard rock and roll, funk, and spirit for the group’s debut 1997 EP, Rip-Hop Soulcore Crush — therefore strange, actually, that jumping ahead a complete six years later on as well as the launch of their sophomore work, Low End Mind Stomp, Rebels Without Applause continued to be a decidedly uncommercial, unsigned, and underground proposition.

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