The Mooney Suzuki is an alternative rock band which formed in New York City, New York, United States in 1996. The band has had several lineup changes, with its most recent lineup being Sammy James Jr. (vocals, guitar), Chris Isom (guitar), Reno Bo (bass) and Will Rockwell-Scott (drums). The band named after Can members Malcolm Mooney and Damo Suzuki. The band has released four albums: "People Get Ready" (2000), "Electric Sweat" (2002), "Alive & Amplified" (2004) and "Have Mercy" (2007). The band initially split in 2000 after the release of "People Get Ready", but reunited in 2001.
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The Mooney Suzuki is an American garage rock band that formed in New York City in 1996. Originally comprising vocalist and guitarist Sammy James, Jr., guitarist Graham Tyler, bassist John Paul Ribas and drummer Will Rockwell-Scott, the band has released four studio albums - People Get Ready (2000), Electric Sweat (2003), Alive & Amplified (2004) and Have Mercy (2007). The current lineup includes founding members James and Rockwell-Scott, guitarist Chris Isom and bassist Reno Bo.