Sometimes I think I was only one of the dozen or two people who were really into Seattle's Monster Truck Driver. They were around in the early '90s playing The Storeroom and The Lake Union Pub alot and had the great ability to float from pop punk to more metally hardcore. When the band played live, lead singer Jay (pictured, I think performing at Uncle Rockey's around 1995) was totally into it and a kick in the pants to watch. It's always great to hear a guy that's looks kinda crazy singing "So what if I'm a psycho!" I probably saw the band a dozen or more times and they didn't disappoint once.
Discography (I need some help here, this is the best I could do):
- Self-titled 7" (songs: Brodie Session/Again/Expectations/Kicker, 1994, Carving Knife)
- All Greasy and Grimy" 10" + patch (1994, Carving Knife)
- "This Germ" 7" (1997, Beer City)
- "Winner Takes All" picture disc LP/CD (1999, Carving Knife)