War Babies ~ Blue Tomorrow
"Blue Tomorrow" (a song dedicated to Andrew Wood, who was a friend of Sinsel and McMullin's)
War Babies was an American rock band formed in Seattle, Washington in 1988 by former TKO guitarist Tommy "Gun" McMullin and vocalist Brad Sinsel. Although associated with hard rock, the band's sound incorporated some elements of grunge music. They only released one album in 1992, the self-titled War Babies.
At the end of the project, Sinsel, Stuverud and TKO
guitarist Tommy McMullin, along with various members, formed War Babies and
played around the Seattle scene. They played with popular Seattle bands like
Mother Love Bone, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden and others.
In 1990, at the time of Andrew Wood's death and the end of Mother Love Bone, Jeff Ament joined War Babies, but he soon left to join Stone Gossard's new band Pearl Jam.
Their first single, "Hang Me Up", was co-written by McMullin and Paul Stanley. Two other singles were released, "Blue Tomorrow" (a song dedicated to Andrew Wood, who was a friend of Sinsel and McMullin's) and the power ballad "Cry Yourself To Sleep".