They released their major-label debut, Menthol, in 1995. In 1998, Danger: Rock Science! was to be Menthol's sophomore release on Capitol but was shelved by Capitol. In label limbo, Menthol struggled to get back their recording rights. Finally they gave up and re-recorded the album at one-tenth the cost, although "Q102" and "Bavarian Girl" were replaced with "Future Shock." Danger: Rock Science! was released in 2002 on Hidden Agenda Records. Before founding Mother, De Ley founded and played guitar in Honcho Overload and played bass in Hum. He was also in Bad Flannel.
In 1996, Mark Baldwin joined Menthol but left later that year. Henry Frayne and Wes Hollywood played with Menthol for a few years. Menthol's last show was at The Highdive in Champaign on May 25, 2008. Honcho Overload, The Moon Seven Times, Dick Justice, Corndolly, and Driver Has No Cash also performed. Read more on Last.fm.
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