Boy Hits Car

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Boy Hits Car

Boy Hits Car live at the 3rd Annual Krock Dysfunctional BBQ in Syracuse, NY on May 23rd, 2009
Background information
OriginLos Angeles, California, United States
GenresHard rock, melodic rock, alternative rock, alternative metal
Years active1993 - Present
LabelsNMG Records,
Wind-up Records,
Rock Ridge Music
Members
Cregg Rondell
Bill Gower
Mike Bartak
Johnny Ransom
Past members
Michael Ferrari (1993 - 2003)
Scott Menville (1993 - 2006)
Louis Lenard (1993 - 2006)
Dusty Hunt (2006 - 2007)
 
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Boy Hits Car

Boy Hits Car live at the 3rd Annual Krock Dysfunctional BBQ in Syracuse, NY on May 23rd, 2009
Background information
OriginLos Angeles, California, United States
GenresHard rock, melodic rock, alternative rock, alternative metal
Years active1993 - Present
LabelsNMG Records,
Wind-up Records,
Rock Ridge Music
Members
Cregg Rondell
Bill Gower
Mike Bartak
Johnny Ransom
Past members
Michael Ferrari (1993 - 2003)
Scott Menville (1993 - 2006)
Louis Lenard (1993 - 2006)
Dusty Hunt (2006 - 2007)

Boy Hits Car is a four piece American alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California.

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Biography

The band was formed in 1993. After releasing their first album, My Animal, independently in 1998, they went on the Sno-Core Tour and recorded their next album, Boy Hits Car, on Wind-up Records. Their song "Love Fury Passion Energy" was used as a theme song for then WWE Diva Lita and was distributed on the WWF Forceable Entry album in 2002.[1] A third album was self released in 2005 called The Passage. In 2006 the band re-released the album in July after signing with Rock Ridge Music as their distributor. It was announced on their homepage that they will have a new album with a planned release on March 15, 2011.[2] The new album is titled "Stealing Fire." One can preview the album "Stealing Fire" in its entirety at their official homepage.[3]

Musical Style

Although initially aimed at the nu/alternative metal market, the band have since moved onto a lighter sound on recent albums.[4]

Members

Current

Former

Discography

References

External links