Rusty was a Canadian alternative rock band in the 1990s.
Following the breakup of One Free Fall, vocalist Ken MacNeil? and bassist Jim Moore continued working together, hooking up with former Doughboys members Scott McCullough? (guitar) and Mitch Perkins (drums) to record the EP Wake Me in 1994. Released on Handsome Boy Records, the EP was popular on Canadian campus radio, and led to a major label distribution deal with BMG Records for their full length album Fluke in 1995.
Led by the hit single "Misogyny", which featured a video consisting of clips from Canadian filmmaker Bruce LaBruce?'s film Hustler White, Fluke was the band's commercial breakthrough, also spawning the singles "Wake Me", "Groovy Dead" and "California", and earning a Juno Award nomination for Best Alternative Album. In 1996, the band contributed a cover of "Let's Break Robert Out of Jail" to the compilation album A Trib...