Bootsauce

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Bootsauce
Bootsauce.jpg
Bootsauce, 1991 (From left: Al Baculis, Pere Fume, Sonny Greenwich Jr., Drew Ling)
Background information
Origin Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Genres Funk rock
Years active 1989–1996
Labels Island Records
Members Drew Ling
Pere Fume
Sonny Greenwich Jr.
Alan Baculis
John “Fatboy” Lalley
Past members Rob Kazenel - Live Drums, 1989-90
Marc Villeneuve - Live Drums, 1990-91
Fraser Runciman - Guitar, 1994 or 1995-96

Bootsauce was a Canadian rock band formed in Montreal in 1989. The band received a Juno Award for their 1991 single "Everyone's a Winner", a Hot Chocolate cover.[1] The band was composed of Drew Ling (real name Drew Thorpe) (vocals), Pere Fume (real name Perry Johnson) (guitar), Sonny Greenwich Jr. (guitar), Alan Baculis (bass guitar), and John “Fatboy” Lalley (drums). Their style combined soul, funk and metal sounds.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "Masterstroke" (1990)
  • "Scratching the Whole" (1990)
  • "Everyone's a Winner" (1991)[1]
  • "Play with Me" (1991)
  • "Love Monkey No. 9" (1992)
  • "Whatcha Need" (1992)
  • "Big, Bad & Groovy" (1992)
  • "Rollercoaster's Child" (1993)
  • "Sorry Whole" (1993)
  • "Moanie" (1994)
  • "Caught Looking at You" (1994)
  • "Hey Baby" (1995)
  • "Each Morning After" (1995)

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