Дискография Neverland (4):
|#||Название релиза||Информация об aльбоме||Купить альбом в iTunes||Год издания||Лейбл|
|1||Neverland 11||audio||iTunes||1991||Interscope Records|
|2||Neverland 11||audio||iTunes||1991||Interscope Records|
Dean Ortega - Lead Vocals, Percussion Patrick Sugg - Guitars, Backing Vocals Gary Lee - Bass, Backing Vocals Scott Garrett - Drums, percussion Neverland hit the music scene at the beginning of the 90s as a four piece Californian rock band. They released their self-titled debut on Interscope in 1991 and also had one of their songs, "Drinking Again", appear on the soundtrack to "Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey" (although it was actually the song "For the Love" that appeared in the film). The band toured to support the album, but they split up afterwards. Dean left, but according to [a=Patrick Sugg], he "was kind of kicked out as he was really hard to get along with at times and hard to work with. All of us in the band, and all the people at the record company were fed up with him so we parted ways". In 1996, Neverland reformed with a new vocalist "Bump", to release "Surreal World" in Europe (it was never released in the U.S.). [a=Scott Garrett (2)] only recorded on half the tracks before he went off to play with "[url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Cult,+The]The Cult[/url]". Kevin Valentine (ex-Shadow King) fills in for the rest of the tracks. Having released "Surreal World", Neverland disbanded. [a=Patrick Sugg] and [a=Scott Garrett (2)] had already formed a new band by then with [a=Ian Astbury], the former singer of The Cult, called the [a=Holy Barbarians]. They released an album called "Cream" in 1996 on Warner Bros. in the U.K. and Beggars Banquet in Europe. They toured for about 10 months in '96 in the U.S. and England and all over Europe.