The collapse of Jagged Edge led Myke Gray (b. 12 Might 1968, Fulham, London, Britain; guitar) to create Taste with Jagged Edge bass participant Andy Robbins, ex-Kooga vocalist and guitarist Neville MacDonald (b. Ynysybwl, Pontypridd, Wales) and drummer Dicki Fliszar, previously with Bruce Dickinson’s live music group, in 1991. Rory Gallagher’s prior usage of the Flavor name soon resulted in a name-change to Obsession and, finally, Epidermis. The band had been content to disregard grunge tendencies and instead created a far more traditional melodic hard rock and roll style, sometimes reminiscent of middle-80s Whitesnake, but with a brand new, contemporary advantage both musically and lyrically. Near-constant touring, including support stints with Thunder and Small Angels, helped the music group develop a solid UK fanbase, and Epidermis built upon this, with the YOUR SKIN Up EP and “Home Of Appreciate” both successful before the THE AMOUNT OF MONEY EP pressed them in to the UK Best 20. Their self-titled debut record shown the band’s songwriting and musicianship fully, with solid, bluesy vocals from MacDonald, and it deservedly strike the UK Top 10. The music group successfully moved their electrical live present to the next stage at Donington in 1994, and appreciated another Best 20 one with “Tower Of Power”, confirming their position among the UK’s most well-known rising rock and roll rings. In 1995 they released an record of classic rock and roll ‘n’ move cover versions, obtainable in Japan or within a totally limited release (50 copies) to visitors of British metallic magazine Kerrang!. Documented live in the Borderline, London, in Oct 1994, the materials included classics from Led Zeppelin, Vehicle Halen, Montrose, Golden Earring, the Beatles, Deep Crimson, the Who and EMF. The long-standing live preferred, “Consider Me RIGHT DOWN TO The River”, was also released in even more conventional type. Keyboardist Colin McLeod was put into the line-up in 1996, and required component in the documenting of Lucky. The music group was fallen by Parlophone Information following a album’s launch, a victim from the music scene’s industrial indifference to traditional heavy metal. Another studio arranged, Big Fat Cut Of Life, premiered in Japan in springtime 1997. The music group setup their personal Peach imprint and re-released an extended edition of Big Extra fat Slice Of Existence under the name Experience Electric. This phenomenal release became the band’s last. They split carrying out a farewell overall performance at London’s LA2 on 26 Apr 1998.