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|To the Max|
|Studio album by|
|Genre||Heavy metal, Punk rock|
|Label||Ever Rat Records|
|The Mentors chronology|
To the Max is a 1991 American heavy metal band the Mentors fourth album, and final studio album with original lead singer El Duce.
The Mentors are an American heavy metal band, known for their deliberate shock rock lyrics.
Eldon Wayne Hoke, nicknamed El Duce, was an American musician best known as the drummer and lead singer of the shock rock band the Mentors, as well as other acts, including Chinas Comidas and the Screamers.
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GONNA GET MY RIFLE OUT TONIGHT
AND SHOW HER THE POWER OF THE WHITE
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