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Founded by John McCrea in 1991, Cake started out modestly in Sacramento, California with a talented group of musicians and a dream of making it big. McCrea led the band with vocals and guitar and was backed up by Frank French on drums, Greg Brown on guitar, Vincent di Fiore with trumpet and vocals, and Sean McFessel playing bass. McFessel was soon replaced by Gabriel Nelson.
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Cake released their first album in 1993. It was a self-produced CD called Motorcade of Generosity that was distributed without the backing of a major label. Capricorn Records was taken by the band's unique style and signed them to a record deal shortly after the release of their debut album. Directly following the record deal, French and Nelson were replaced by Todd Roper and Victor Damiani. Though the band's line-up may have changed, their free-spirited rock did not.Read the full Cake Article