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Mutha’s Day Out was a rap-metal band formed in November 1991 from the town of Batesville, Arkansas. The band consisted of: Mikal Moore (vocals), Brice Stephens (vocals), Chuck Schaaf (guitar), Jeff Morgan (bass), and Rodney Moffitt (drums). They released one album, My Soul Is Wet in 1993 on Chrysalis Records, followed by the video singles Locked, My Soul is Wet (Single) and Green, as well as the promotional releases We All Bleed Red and Live, before breaking up.


In the beginning, Mikal Moore [(real name: Michael Moorhead; High School Nickname: “Gimme”)] and Randy Cross conceived Mutha’s Day Out through infleunce of the Beastie Boys. Mutha’s Day Out was originally intended to be a Beastie Boys knock-off, and they had three vocalists (Mikal, Brice, and Randy). The name was thought up by Brice and comes from a daycare center in Batesville that kids could go to for pre-school in Methodist churches. Jeff had been kicked out of a band he and Chuck were in before Mutha’s Day Out because he did not have a car. Right after that occurred, Mikal asked Jeff to be in a band that would sound like “Faith No More, Beastie Boys, and Ozzy Osbourne.” When the band first came together, Lance was 21 years old, Mikal was 20 years old, Brice was 18 years old, Chuck was 17 years old, Rodney was 17 years old, and Jeff was 15 years old. In the early days, the band would work on farms working hard hours during the day and do Mutha’s Day Out by evening. Chuck was just a guitar technician at first for the band and would drive them to gigs.


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