By melding collectively a firmly wound post-grunge audio using the decidedly even more unpopular taste (for enough time) of past due-’70s/early-’80s hard rock and roll, Sound Frog was probably one of the most inimitable organizations to arise from your Ann Arbor area in the first to mid-’90s. Made up of guitarist/business lead vocalist Andy Patalan, business lead guitarist Kyle Neely, bassist Jeff Hayes, and drummer Mike Purcell, the music group released their 1st recording, Supercoat, on the neighborhood Overture Information label in 1995. Aided by local radio support for the solitary “Standard Day time,” the group started to build a pursuing and gig continuously in the region, with periodic jaunts towards the East and Western Coasts. Their sophomore recording, Pepper Spray, adopted in 1997, of which stage the group made a decision to begin buying their wares to numerous major brands by playing showcases and snagging starting slots for nationwide acts. Regrettably, the bubblegum pop and nu-metal that started to dominate the airwaves during this time period had not been in tune with Solid Frog’s exclusive musical outlook, as well as the music group floundered for a long time at getting wider acknowledgement. The group finally made a decision to place Solid Frog out to pasture in past due 2000, reinventing themselves as Throttlebody, with a fresh, easier marketable sound and picture.