Mother's Army

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Mother's Army was an American progressive rock supergroup founded in 1993.[1]

Its line-up consisted of vocalist Joe Lynn Turner, guitarist Jeff Watson, bassist Bob Daisley and drummer Carmine Appice, who was replaced by Aynsley Dunbar in early 1998.

Throughout the five years of its existence, Mother's Army has released three studio albums:

All three albums saw a re-release as a special 3CD-digipak set in May, 2011, called The Complete Discography.

The band split up in 1998 due to other obligations of the individual band members in other bands or projects or because of their desire to pursue their solo careers.

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