Randy Rose is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1987||Mad at the World||Mad at the World||Drum Programming, Percussion, Vocals|
|1988||Mad at the World||Flowers in the Rain||Drum Programming, Electric Bass, Vocals|
|1990||Mad at the World||Seasons of Love||Songwriter, Drums, Lead and Background Vocals|
|1991||Mad at the World||Boomerang||Songwriter, Drums, Vocals|
|1992||Mad at the World||Through the Forest||Songwriter, Drums, Vocals|
|1993||Mad at the World||Ferris Wheel||Songwriter, Drums, Percussion, Vocals|
|1995||Mad at the World||Dreamland Cafe||Songwriter, Guitar Solo, Drums, Vocals|
|1998||Mad at the World||World History||Songwriter, Drums, Percussion, Vocals|
Randy Rose is a musician who has been playing professionally since 1987, when his older brother Roger formed Mad at the World, for which he played drums, sang, and wrote songs.
Randy Rose was a member of Mad at the World during its entire existence as a band from 1987-1998. When Mad at the World was a synthpop band during its first two years, Randy played percussion, worked on the drum programming, and sang backup vocals. Randy continued with drums and vocals as the band transitioned to a hard rock band in early 1990. He also formed his own metal band soon after, named Rose. After his tenure in Mad at the World, Rose went on to make various demos under different names, also forming the band Mothership in 1998.
Wikipedia contributors. (2017, November 2). Randy Rose (musician). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 18:50, December 18, 2018, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Randy_Rose_(musician)&oldid=808419316
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