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Someone from 126.96.36.199 changed text to indicate that Barry Alpert was replaced by "Bob Franquiz" instead of Chad Steinheart. I reviewed the sources and found no chronological reference to a Bob Franquiz to warrant the change done by 188.8.131.52. Reason why I reverted the text is because I did not find any documentation to back-up that claim (or to disprove it, for that matter, but we operate from the historiographical angle). While it is true that he is mentioned in the credits and is timestamped 1993-1994, there is still no text that indicates this. In fact, Mr. Franquiz is mostly unknown - I feel that we should add more information about him, but we need sources for doing so. To the person who changed this -- can you please indicate where this line-up change information came from? Thank you.
Small update: Yes, Franquiz is credited in two of the sources - however - only by name. There is no other specific indication of his contributions. If anyone knows where to find this documentation please let us know.
Update: Franquiz has been added back to the band history after independent documentation verified the change from 184.108.40.206. Maybe we can find more information about other band members later down the road.
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