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Loudmouth – Loudmouth [1999]

Country USA          

Style Hard Rock

Rating 79/100

Band Members Bob Feddersen – Vocals,Guitar, John Sullivan – Drums , Tony McQuaid – Guitar , Mike Flaherty – Bass

Tracks 01. Fly, 02. No Heroes, 03. Not Free, 04. Maybe, 05. Rats in the Maze, 06. The Road, 07. Turn It Off, 08. Lucky #7, 09. Where Have We Gone, 10. Insecure, 11. What ?, 12. End of the Century

Profile The Chicago metal band Loudmouth formed in 1993 and comprised frontman Bob Feddersen, guitarist Tony McQuaid, bassist Mike Flaherty and drummer John Sullivan, After making their public debut in early 1993, the group relentlessly toured the Windy City circuit before independently releasing their debut EP 1/2 in 1996. A self-titled LP followed a year later, a copy of which made its way to the members of Metallica, who spoke of Loudmouth favorably in a number of magazine articles; the media attention helped win the group a contract with Hollywood Records, which released their major-label debut (also self-titled) in 1999.

Loudmouth is the band name for a group who played such songs as “Fly”, “What?”, and “End of the Century”, having their music featured in the PlayStation game Omega Boost, and having the same song featured in the movie Varsity Blues. Two of Loudmouth’s members are Bob Fedderson and John Sullivan who were both from Oak Lawn, Illinois. Fedderson and Sullivan were previously in the bands Vandal and Full Force. They have been musical partners since they were in junior high. Loudmouth’s former bassist, Mike “Flare” Flaherty went on to enjoy limited success with the band No One.

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