Game Theory was an American rock and roll band from 1981 to 1989. The group's lead singer, Scott Miller (lead vocal, guitar) - not to be confused with other Scott Millers - went on to front the band The Loud Family. Game Theory is best known for its album Two Steps From The Middle Ages. It and the double LP Lolita Nation were listed by Joe S. Harrington as among the top 25 albums of all time.
The band lineup as of "Two Steps From the Middle Ages" consisted of:
*Scott Miller (lead vocal, guitars) *Shelley LaFreniere? (keyboards) *Gil Ray (drums) *Donnette Thayer (backing vocal, guitars) *Guillaume Gassuan (bass)
*Blaze of Glory (1981) *Pointed Accounts of People You Know (1983) *Distortion (1984) *Dead Center (1984) *Real Nighttime (1985) *The Big Shot Chronicles (1986) *Lolita Nation (1987) *Two Steps From The Middle Ages (1988) *Tinker to Evers to Chance (1989) compilation *Distortion of Glory (1993) remix