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According to a series of short films broadcast on the Internet, Fozzy is a legendary American metal band who, unable to get out of their record contract, spent 20 years in Japan; when they returned to the U.S., lead singer Moongoose McQueen and the rest of the band found that artists like the Scorpions and Ozzy Osbourne had become stars by stealing Fozzy's material. In reality, Fozzy is fronted by WWF wrestler Chris Jericho, with the remainder of the group consisting of Atlanta rap-metal outfit Stuck Mojo. Shortly after the videos were introduced on the site UnderGroundOnline in October 2000, Fozzy's self-titled debut album was released by Palm Pictures/Megaforce as a tie-in. A short tour and an MTV special (no doubt due to the WWF's contract with the network's parent company) led to minor recognition from the metal underground, but Jericho's wrestling commitments cut the band short after its release. Still, after Stuck Mojo wrote and released an album, and Jericho won the heavyweight championship, they came back together and recorded another album, this time with writing contributions from Jericho and guitarist Rich Ward. The results, Happenstance, were released on Megaforce in the summer of 2002. The year 2005 saw the release of All That Remains, the group's first collection to feature all original material. The album sold over 100,000 copies and was generally well received by both fans and critics. Chasing the Grail, released in 2010, helped to further cement the band as not only a legitimate, populist metal act, but a force to be reckoned with as well. Released in 2012, Sin and Bones, the band's third collection of originals, premiered at number one on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, eventually making its way on to the coveted Top 200 albums chart, while 2014's Do You Wanna Start a War proved to be the band's most successful outing to date, debuting in the number 53 slot on the Billboard Top 200 and cracking the Top Ten on the Hard Rock Albums chart. ~ Steve Huey
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Albums by
Fozzy

Top Songs by
Fozzy

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Judas
  3.   Drinkin' with Jesus
  4.   Enemy
  5.   Sandpaper
  6.   Revival
  7.   Lights Go Out
  8.   Freewheel Burning
  9.   Tonite
  10.   Martyr No More
  11.   Big City Nights
  12.   To Kill a Stranger
  13.   Born of Anger by Marty Friedman
  14.   Whitechapel 1888
  15.   Unstoppable
  16.   Bad Tattoo
  17.   Balls to the Wall
  18.   SOS
  19.   Brides of Fire
  20.   Dark Passenger
  21.   Inside My Head
  22.   Blood Happens
  23.   Eat the Rich
  24.   Witchery
  25.   No Good Way
  26.   One Crazed Anarchist
  27.   Do You Wanna Start a War
  28.   Storm the Beaches: Prologue/Eisenhower's Letter/Able Company/Baker Company/Requiem
  29.   Shine Forever
  30.   Sin and Bones
  31.   Watch Me Shine
  32.   New Day's Dawn
  33.   God Pounds His Nails
  34.   Metal Gods
  35.   Wanderlust
  36.   Nameless Faceless
  37.   Way I Am
  38.   Daze of the Weak
  39.   The Mob Rules
  40.   End of Days
  41.   Died With You
  42.   She's My Addiction
  43.   Don't You Wish You We're Me
  44.   Ignition
  45.   Wormwood: The Tribulation/The Seven Seals/The Seven Trumpets/The Seven Thunders/The Seven Bowl Judgments/The Thousand Years
  46.   Under Blackened Skies
  47.   Pray For Blood
  48.   Paraskavedekatriaphobia (Friday the 13)
  49.   Let the Madness Begin
  50.   Broken Soul
  51.   All That Remains
  52.   Lazarus
  53.   It's a Lie
  54.   Test
  55.   With the Fire
  56.   L.O.V.E. Machine
  57.   Crucify Yourself
  58.   Happenstance
  59.   Feel the Burn
  60.   Spider in My Mouth
  61.   Scarecrow
  62.   Grail
  63.   Where Eagles Dare
  64.   A Passed Life

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