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Back in 1988, Danny Martinez and brothers, Joe and Rob Marone, came together
to create the rock band, CAUGHT IN THE ACT (CITA). Soon after, they were
joined by Anthony Trujillo. Because of the musical talents of each member,
CAUGHT IN THE ACT was able to release its debut album in 1995, titled,
“Relapse of Reason”. The band won critical acclaim and was subsequently
signed to MTM MUSIC courtesy of MTM founders, Mario Lehmann and Magnus

Soderkvist. The follow up album, “Heat of Emotion”, brought member changes
and a name change. Due to legal reasons CAUGHT IN THE ACT reluctantly
changed their name to GUILD OF AGES. Joe and Rob Marone both left the band
and were replaced by drummer, Steve Stuntz and Jim Lostetter on bass guitar.
GUILD OF AGES went on to record and release three more CDs. In mid-2001,
guitarist Anthony Trujillo, left GUILD OF AGES and was replaced by close
friend, Brian Mesa. The band continued playing live for another year, but
then decided to call it quits.

In 2003, the three original and founding members, Danny, Joe and Rob came
together again to relive old memories and have a good time. They were
quickly reminded of the chemistry and magic they share musically - which
created CAUGHT IN THE ACT some 15 years ago. Realizing that they needed a
fourth member to complete the band, Brian Mesa joined in early 2004.


Thus, the band RELAPSED came to be and Danny, Joe, Rob and Brian are
recapturing the magic of the past, while creating a new sound and vibe. The

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