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Described by Blackmore as “big melodic noise,” Molly McGuire was a hard-working, hard-touring band with major labels knocking at their door. They signed with Epic Records to release their 1996 album Lime (produced by Failure front man Ken Andrews) and toured the ’97 Lollapalooza circuit. But pressure from Epic to stay in the studio and off the road left the band feeling alienated. They left Epic in 1998 and reconfigured as Gunfighter with Blackmore, McGuire guitarist Toby Lawrence, bassist Jimmy Armbrust, and Season to Risk drummer David Smyth.
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