UGLY KID JOE: Unreleased 'Bicycle Wheels' Video Posted Online

UGLY KID JOE's previously unreleased video for "Bicycle Wheels" has been uploaded at the UGLY KID JOE forum in Quicktime format (for registered members only).

Formed in the late '80s, the Santa Barbara-based UGLY KID JOE achieved their greatest commercial success with their debut mini-CD, "As Ugly as They Wanna Be", which became the first EP to be certified multiplatinum under the Recording Industry Association of America's then-new category. UGLY KID JOE split up in 1997, with vocalist Whitfield Crane joining LIFE OF AGONY for a spell, while guitarist Klaus Eichstadt worked with a rap group called BROUGHMAN. Dave Fortman (guitar) has since established himself as a much in-demand producer, having worked with the likes of EVANESCENCE, MUDVAYNE and SUPERJOINT RITUAL.


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