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About Sugar Ray

Sugar Ray owe a great debt to the powers that make their fusion of styles so darn catchy. Somehow, the union of hardcore Speed Metal with growling vocals, the sunny, feel-good songs with shimmering acoustic guitar, grungy guitar-driven rock and DJ Homicide's groovy beats make a unified sound all their own. Fueled by the popularity of their ubiquitous first single "Fly" and singer Mark McGrath's pin-up looks -- the five-piece SoCal band seem likely to beat Warhol's "fifteen minutes of fame" prediction.

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Listen toSugar Rayon Rhapsody

Sugar Ray owe a great debt to the powers that make their fusion of styles so darn catchy. Somehow, the union of hardcore Speed Metal with growling vocals, the sunny, feel-good songs with shimmering acoustic guitar, grungy guitar-driven rock and DJ Homicide's groovy beats make a unified sound all their own. Fueled by the popularity of their ubiquitous first single "Fly" and singer Mark McGrath's pin-up looks -- the five-piece SoCal band seem likely to beat Warhol's "fifteen minutes of fame" prediction.

About Sugar Ray

Sugar Ray owe a great debt to the powers that make their fusion of styles so darn catchy. Somehow, the union of hardcore Speed Metal with growling vocals, the sunny, feel-good songs with shimmering acoustic guitar, grungy guitar-driven rock and DJ Homicide's groovy beats make a unified sound all their own. Fueled by the popularity of their ubiquitous first single "Fly" and singer Mark McGrath's pin-up looks -- the five-piece SoCal band seem likely to beat Warhol's "fifteen minutes of fame" prediction.

About Sugar Ray

Sugar Ray owe a great debt to the powers that make their fusion of styles so darn catchy. Somehow, the union of hardcore Speed Metal with growling vocals, the sunny, feel-good songs with shimmering acoustic guitar, grungy guitar-driven rock and DJ Homicide's groovy beats make a unified sound all their own. Fueled by the popularity of their ubiquitous first single "Fly" and singer Mark McGrath's pin-up looks -- the five-piece SoCal band seem likely to beat Warhol's "fifteen minutes of fame" prediction.