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Sean Yseult, , after the breakup of White Zombie, co-founded the surf rock band The Famous Monsters, and is currently playing for the horror-themed New Orleans-based band Rock City Morgue.

J. produced records for stoner rock band Fu Manchu and New York City rockers Puny Human, as well as lending his guitar skills to a few other bands after the breakup of White Zombie.

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i totally stole you vid, dude in my post.

'Radiohead?? Way too poppy to be considered hard rock. Though I love the hell out of their first hit, Creep. They never did anything like that again

exactly. i do dig Chrissie Hynde's version of it as well.

ps, i love Jane's Addiction.

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