Rusty is a Canadian alternative rock band formed in 1994 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The band earned a 1996 Juno Award nomination in the category Best Alternative Album for Fluke.
Following the breakup of the band One Free Fall in May 1994, vocalist Ken MacNeil bassist Jim Moore and drummer Bob Vespaziani continued working together, hooking up with former Doughboys member Scott McCullough (guitar) to record the EP Wake Me in 1994. A video for the song "Wake Me" would become a minor hit on MuchMusic. Released on Handsome Boy Records, the EP was popular on Canadian campus radio, and led to a major label distribution deal with BMG Records for their full length album Fluke in 1995. Vespaziani left the group and was replaced by Mitch Perkins.
Led by the hit single "Misogyny", which featured a video consisting of clips from Canadian filmmaker Bruce LaBruce's film Hustler White as well as CanadianЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Fluke [1995, альбом]
- Sophomoric [1997, альбом]
- Out of Their Heads [1998, альбом]