Picture of the band from the back cover of the Sleeper album
|Genres||Alternative rock, indie rock|
Slash/Warner Bros. Records
|Associated acts||Janet LaValley, The Vivs|
Tribe was an alternative rock band from Boston, Massachusetts which was active in the late 1980s and early 1990s. They released three albums, two on Slash Records/Warner Bros. Records, but did not translate their local appeal into national fame and disbanded in 1994.
Greg LoPiccolo later stated that "When Warner Bros didn’t pick up our option for the third album; that was kind of a momentum-killer."
Terri and Eric Brosius and Greg LoPiccolo later joined video game developer Looking Glass Studios and did sound/voice/music work on various games. They would later become founding members of Guitar Hero developer Harmonix.
Terri Brosius helped form Boston band The Vivs, where she is the keyboard player and backing vocalist. They released their debut album, "Mouth to Mouth", in 2009.
Eric is a member of the Boston band Eddie Japan, which also features Greg LoPiccolo's brother Bart on guitar.
Janet LaValley has a song called 'Jube' on the soundtrack for the movie "That's What She Said."
- "Jakpot" (1990)
- "Easter Dinner" (1991)
- "Joyride (I Saw the Film)" (1991)
- "Supercollider" (1993)
- "Red Rover" (1993)
- Janet LaValley: vocals, rhythm guitar (1985–1994)
- Terri Barous: keyboard, backing vocals (1985–1994)
- Eric Brosius: lead guitar, backing vocals (1985–1994)
- Greg LoPiccolo: bass, backing vocals (1985–1994)
- David Penzo: drums, percussion (1985–1994)
- Mike Levesque: drums, percussion (live shows only) (1994–1994)
- The Lost Bands: Searching for ... Tribe (bullz-eye.com)
- The Lost Bands: Searching for ... Follow Up (bullz-eye.com
- A Tribe fansite with content provided by members of the band
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