Welcome. ...Here we go again.

By several requests… This site has been reborn once again. This time, we’ll be adding some newer and better content regularly. We appreciate your support and your patience while we are once again undergoing some growing pains. We know you understand and will appreciate the outcome as we produce newer and better music while making drastic improvements to our older material. Thank you and we hope you will appreciate the material that we have so far and stay tuned for more soon!

Temet Nosce

Our First Album

This was put together by Donald R. Hughes and Tommy Gruber. Tommy wrote and produced the entire album with the exception of “Collide”, which was written by Don. IT’s also one of our all time favorites and we hope you live it too. Thank you for checking US out.

So Many Lost Weekends

Our Second Album

Back in ’97/98…. Don and Stephen would drive from Las Vegas to West Hills (in “The Valley”, Los Angeles) from work on Fridays and Leave late Sunday night or early Monday morning. …Usually going straight to work from the garage. Tommy and others would join in and music was made. NOT all of it got recorded. …in fact… one could argue that our BEST material never made it to a successful recording. …Except for Tommy’s stuff. HIS was always top-notch.

Chasing Windmills

Our Third Album

Summer of 98…. This is more of Don and Stephen would driving down from Las Vegas to West Hills (in “The Valley”, Los Angeles) from work on Fridays and Leave late Sunday night or early Monday morning. …Usually going straight to work from the garage. Tommy and others would join in and music was made. NOT all of it got recorded. …in fact… one could argue that our BEST material never made it to a successful recording.

 

Earth Bound Dreamers

Our Fourth Album

So this was a totally new incarnation taht happened in Redding, California, with a whole new lineup. We had Brad Steddom that was writing most of the material, singing and palying rythm guitar. Then there was Dennis Chilton on bass and occasionally back up vocals and writing. Heath “Tate” Johnson on lead guitars and writing and the occasional backup vocal. ….and somehow we could never get the origianl guys from L.A. to hook up with the guys in Northern California, and not for lack of trying. The sad part is… the mater would have been just that much better and we’d have much better recordings. A lot of these were done live and during one of our very first performances while we were still working out the bugs in the material.

Alternatives

Wouldn't Miss This For The World

Our Fifth Album

More from a totally new incarnation that happened in Redding, California, with a whole new lineup. We had Brad Steddom that was writing most of the material, singing and palying rythm guitar. Then there was Dennis Chilton on bass and occasionally back up vocals and writing. Heath “Tate” Johnson on lead guitars and writing and the occasional backup vocal. ….and somehow we could never get the origianl guys from L.A. to hook up with the guys in Northern California, and not for lack of trying. The sad part is… the mater would have been just that much better and we’d have much better recordings. A lot of these were done live and during one of our very first performances while we were still working out the bugs in the material.

Alternative Versions

Little To No Word

Our Sixth Album

This is all of our MOSTLY instrumental and MOSTLY mental recordings, some are amazing, some are just plain weird.But they all sound amazing over headphones or surround sound.

Freedom Ink

Our Seventh Album ...a single really.

This is a SINGLE!

 

Innerworkings

Our Eighth Album ...Awaiting files and more production

This is a work-in-progress

 

Downgrade

Our Ninth Album ...Awaiting files and more production

This is a work-in-progress