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  • Four years later, eight since the release of "Rubberneck," Toadies released "Hell Below, Stars Above."

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  • After going platinum with "Rubberneck" on the strength on the single "Possum Kingdom," Toadies hit the studio and recorded what would be called "Feeler."

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  • * Possum Kingdom is a single from the album 'Rubberneck' by the band 'The Toadies'. marsupial from the family Opossumus maximus arborealis that is known for its ability to hang from trees by its tail.

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  • After the runaway success of "Rubberneck" and years of accordant touring, the Toadies returned to the studio in 1997 to record "Feeler," a follow-up album that was flatly rejected by the band's then-label, Interscope.

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  • "Rubberneck" is a veritable rite of passage for an entire generation of Texans - have announced plans to drop their fourth full-length studio album, "Feeler," this summer, according to Dallas record label Kirtland.

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  • A brief history lesson for those not in the know: In 1997, the DFW alternative rock quartet returned to the studio to record the follow-up to "Rubberneck," the

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  • A family searches for answers in the strange death of a DEA agent known as 'Rubberneck' and 'Buckles'

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  • Raised in Texas but based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota since she was sweet sixteen, Ellis knew she was destined for the limelight, and began composing and singing her own songs at open mics while still in high school, even joining a rock band then and founding her own record label, Rubberneck.

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  • Rubberneck was back in the compound in the morning.

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  • Rubberneck, like the Kommandant, knew he was going to have a lot of explaining to do.

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