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Basement teen rock band from the short-lived and not terribly original 1994 live action kids' series [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0108944 Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad]. The band's members fit nicely into the standard television high school archetypes: The Cool Kid, Sam Collins (Matthew Lawrence) the band's leader, lead guitarist and lead vocalist. The Cute Girl, Sydney "Syd" Forester (Robin Mary Florence) on keyboards. She dates The Jock, Tanker (Kevin Castro), who plays drums. Last and least is The Spaz, Amp Ere (Troy W. Slaten) on bass guitar.
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Basement teen rock band from the short-lived and not terribly original 1994 live action kids' series ''[http://us.imdb.com/Title?0108944 Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad]''. The band's members fit nicely into the standard television high school archetypes: The Cool Kid, Sam Collins (Matthew Lawrence) the band's leader, lead guitarist and lead vocalist. The Cute Girl, Sydney "Syd" Forester (Robin Mary Florence) on keyboards. She dates The Jock, Tanker (Kevin Castro), who plays drums. Last and least is The Spaz, Amp Ere (Troy W. Slaten) on bass guitar.
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Latest revision as of 04:07, 24 August 2017

Basement teen rock band from the short-lived and not terribly original 1994 live action kids' series Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad. The band's members fit nicely into the standard television high school archetypes: The Cool Kid, Sam Collins (Matthew Lawrence) the band's leader, lead guitarist and lead vocalist. The Cute Girl, Sydney "Syd" Forester (Robin Mary Florence) on keyboards. She dates The Jock, Tanker (Kevin Castro), who plays drums. Last and least is The Spaz, Amp Ere (Troy W. Slaten) on bass guitar.