Alternative rock band which had one big hit in the mid-1990s. The band was formed by four students at the University of North Texas in Denton: Todd Pipes on vocals and bass, his brother Toby on guitar and vocals, Kirk Tatom on guitar, and John Kirtland on drums.

After graduating, they released their debut album, "Home," in 1994. They were signed by Interscope Records, which released a modified version of the album in 1995, followed by the single "Breakfast at Tiffany's," which caught fire as a pop single, reaching the top ten by the end of the year.

The band's success came back and bit Todd Pipes hard. He was fired from his job as an English teacher at a private Christian school when the song began to get airplay on local rock radio stations.

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