Against the backdrop of Las Vegas comes a band as electrifying as the name suggests,
12 Volt Sex (Vocalist Matt Cucu, Drummer Gary Wright, Gurtar Mike Stratton, Bass Jason Coleman) began recording their major label immediately after RCA signed the band through attorney Peter Paterno. The band toured the United States and Europe, rallying fans on both sides of the Atlantic.
12 Volt Sex returned to the studio to record some new material. RCA Records approved the results and shipped their first single, Hook it Up, to radio stations nationwide. However, things took an unexpected turn when Ron Fair, the band's A & R, made the decision to leave RCA. It became apparent that 12 Volt Sex was getting lost in the corporate shuffle. Quickly the band negotiated a release from their contract to pursue other avenues and enjoy an overdue break.
12 Volt's 2004 reemergence onto the LVmusic scene has been one of the most highly anticipated comebacks in local history,