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Fuel (USA-KY)

Fuel was a mainstay on mainstream radio throughout the 90s and early 00s with hits like "Shimmer" and "Hemmorage (InMyHands)" until Brett Scallions left the band due to vocal difficulties. This eventually dissolved Fuel, until Carl Bell andJeffAbercrombie went on a mission to find a new lead singer; which even resulted in Fuel asking Chris Daughtry from AmericanIdolto be their lead singer. When Daughtry turned it down, they stumbled upon Toryn Green, who just happens to sound a lotlikeBrett Scallions.

In early 2007, they announced their new album, Angels & Devils, which includes the new lead singer, Toryn Green. Theleadsingle is Wasted Time, which wasn't that big of a success; but the song Gone was used in the WWE Vengenance themesong.



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LPs
Puppet Strings
2014

3.2
23 Votes
Angels and Devils
2007

2.5
70 Votes
Natural Selection
2003

3.4
113 Votes
Something Like Human
2000

3.4
193 Votes
Sunburn
1998

3.6
153 Votes
EPs
Hazleton
1998

3.5
1 Votes
Compilations
Playlist: The Very Best of Fuel
2008

4
1 Votes

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