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Stuck Mojo

Having gotten their start in 1993, Stuck Mojo were always an easy target for criticism, receiving complaints about their fusion of metal and rap -- "overdue" or "generic" were the most common jabs -- and even bigoted remarks from those unable to accept their African-American frontman, Bonz. Regardless of the negative or demeaning heckles when they first started in their home base of Atlanta, Georgia, Stuck Mojo continued on and eventually scored a deal with Century Media Records in 1994. With the accompaniment of guitarist Rich Ward, Corey Lowery on bass, and Bud Fontsere on drums, the release of Snappin' Necks debuted in 1995 with a plethora of touring to follow within the next year. Hitting the road with such acts as Machine Head and Slapshot, Stuck Mojo found their new living quarters in the (dis)comfort of their rented van. With this constant living on the road in full effect, 1996's Violated EP, followed by their second album, Pigwalk, helped fuel this lifestyle. In 1998 Stuck Mojo released their third album, Rising, which vividly themed the group's second favorite passion outside of going on tour: wrestling. HVY1 followed a year later, and in mid-2000 Stuck Mojo returned with Declaration of a Headhunter, the latter of which, despite some internal friction, proved to be the band's heaviest and most dynamic outing to date. It would also be their last collection of new material in some time, as shortly after its release, Stuck Mojo would cease operations. The band returned in 2007 with rapper Lord Nelson stepping up to the mike -- longtime vocalist Bonz had left the fold -- and released its fifth studio album, Southern Born Killers, independently. The LP was released nationally the following year by Napalm Records, along with their sixth studio long-player, the undeniably heavy yet commercial-tinged Great Revival. Another hiatus ensued, this time lasting until 2014 when the band reunited -- with Ward, Bonz, Lowery, and Fontsere appearing on-stage together for the first time since 1998 -- at the Masquerade in Atlanta for a one-time show. Two years later, Stuck Mojo released their seventh studio long-player, Here Come the Infidels, which featured the debut of two new members, vocalist Robby J. and bassist Len Sonnier. ~ Mike DaRonco
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Pigwalk

1. Pigwalk

2. Mental Melt Down

3. (Here Comes) The Monster

4. Twisted

5. The Sermon

6. Despise

7. Animal

8. Only The Strong Survive

9. Violated

10. Inside My Head

11. Down Breeding

12. Violated

14. Sweet Leaf

15. Pizza Man

18. Wrathchild

19. Shout At The Devil

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Track List: Snappin' Necks

1. Not Promised Tomorrow

2. Snappin' Necks

3. F.O.D.

4. Beginning Of The End

5. Cake

6. 2 Minutes Of Death

7. Who's The Devil

8. Change My Ways

9. Monkey Behind The Wheel

10. Uncle Sam Sham

11. Propaganda

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Track List: Southern Born Killers

1. I'm American

2. Southern Born Killers

3. The Sky Is Falling

4. Metal Is Dead

5. For The Cause Of Allah

6. Open Season

7. Prelude To Anger

8. That's When I Burn

9. Yoko

10. Home

11. Go

12. The Fear Is All Around Me

13. This Is How We Swing

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Track List: The Great Revival

1. Worshipping A False God

2. 15 Minutes Of Fame

3. Friends

4. The Flood

5. Now That You' Re All Alone

6. There's A Doctor In Town

7. The Fear

8. There's A Miracle Comin'

9. Country Road

10. Invincible

11. Superstar Part 1 (The Journey Begins)

12. Superstar Part 2 (The World Of Egos And Thieves)

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Or someone has not even heard them. They were awesome live.
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Um, lies up in this divisive profile. :/ Give me break. Obviously written by someone far from ATL.
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Omg! Back off!! This band are/we're the best of all the genre!! Great guys as well! Rich ward is one of best/most versatile guitarists around! So much so I bought an instrumental CD of' d.o.a.h! Sick speed as well give him a fair shake cuz the sound that comes out of his set up is so clean, yet oozes w/ that Stanky tone rich w/depth and emotion!! Fozzy....gre a t covers w/Chris j the whole hoo-haw was great cuz they beat Sevendust hands down for versatility alone! Sorry I am a huge decade plus fa
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Mojo some bad s**t love then guy ..head hunter was tha greatest album ever
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Ahead of their time and the older albums still growing stronger each day. Staying power says it all.
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WTF is Mike DaRonco, Rovi talking heckling and criticism? I played many gigs w Mojo in the early days and they always got respect from everyone-dou c h e
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Hey anyone heard bonz new album broken silence. Request it on pandora it needs to be here for all the rap metal fans to indulge
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Hey bonz has an album coming out in feb. 2015 Check out bonz band Facebook page for more info. Hes Working with a former member of primer 55. Check it out
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You obviously don't read the comments. Should have Rising and declaration of a Headhunter in as well.
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Follow for follow (Read my bio please)
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Mentally melting down, hear the sound of the same old sound goin' round...
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Liberal social policy leads to a society of people who depend on a government. And as that government gains power over the people you will lose your rights to bear arms. What our Forefathers fought and died for, so love it or leave it. Yo want my gun COME GET IT! LOVE THE MOJO!!
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Love the Mojo!!!!!!
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This might be the worst bio on Pandora. And where is Declaration?
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Just listening to The Great Revival. Such a rap-metal masterpiece. This station needs more likes BTW!
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Declaration of a headhunter was bad a**!
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Far ahead of their time and underrated band far from "generic" a southern metal band with a black lead singer decades ahead of the rest of the south no wonder they didn't get the respect they deserve
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This s**t was ahead of it's time PIGWALK b**ch's
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Must have Rising!!
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aint mojo without bonz!!! rich and bonz, work that s**t out!
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bluelevi1
How about a reunion with Bonz, Rich, Bud (Frank) and Cory or Dan Dryden? Then maybe a little Sick Speed in there....... Y e a h C'mon.
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good stuff
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Where the hell is Rising?? Their best!
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shawnplante
Rich Ward has one of the best tones in guitar. Love his playing and sound. Totally insane live shows. Saw them twice and they blew me completely away both times. Do yourself a favor and purchase Rising.... at the very least.
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rap metal pioneers with an incredible live show! please explain why a lame@ss white boy (Fred Durst) was promoted and all over the radio while these guys were treated like Rodney Dangerfield. Remember the motto "corporate rock sucks"
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joshuaturpin
I had the pleasure of working with Rich for several years during Stuck Mojo's hiatus and he was doing Sick Speed. Some of my favorite memories are going down the road in the van. I met my wife touring while touring with them. Check out other projects Rich has done: Sick Speed, Fozzy, & The Duke. Love these guys!
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curtidan
great band.. (open for them back in the late 90's) Cool people to hang around!
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ONE OF THE BEST BANDS EVER!!
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sirchrisiron h e a r t
What about RISING and DECLARATION OF A HEADHUNTER?? ? ? ? ? ?

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