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For the Canadian producer, see Bob Rock. For the Christian heavy metal singer, see Rob Rock.
Rock has also released material as a soloartist on his own record label, Paranormal Records. The first release, 1994's Groovin' in Tongues is an EP featuring some original songs along with some cover versions such as "Climbing Up The Ladder" and "Frankenstein". This was a tribute to his time spent playing with some hardcore funk bands at Lyons Ave., better known as Houston, Texas's Fifth Ward following his studies at the Berklee. It also features a reworking of a drum solo entitled "Pedal to the Metal" from his Metalmorphosisvideo as this version also features a full band playing along to what was previously only a drum solo.