Too Rude

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Too Rude
Origin Hermosa Beach, California, U.S.
Genres Reggae, reggae rock, punk rock
Labels Suburban Noize Records
Associated acts Dogboy
Kottonmouth Kings
Members Dogboy- Vocals
Flan- Guitar
Fatal- Guitar/Vocals
Lazy Dread- Bass Guitar
Kyle- Drums

Too Rude is an American reggae rockband from Hermosa Beach, California, United States. Too Rude was created by the vocalist, Dogboy, and bass guitarist, Lazy Dread.

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Biography

Too Rude was started by vocalist Robert Rogers and bassist Lazy Dread, along with guitarist Flan, and guitarist/back-up vocalist Fatal. Too Rude released their debut album, Too Rude July 4, 2000, on Suburban Noize Records. On October 26, 2004, the band released their second album Re-Invention , also on Suburban Noize Records. Robert "Dogboy" Rogers started up a solo career and released Rebel Riddim on Suburban Noize Records April 3, 2007.

Discography

#TitleDateLabel
1 Too Rude 4 April 2000 Suburban Noize Records
2 Re-Invention 26 October 2004Suburban Noize Records

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