The Icons was a new wave rock group formed by James Gunn in 1989 at St Louis. The group achieved some regional success with the 1994 album "Mom, We Like It Here on Earth". Their songs "Sunday" and "Walking Naked" were featured in the film Tromeo and Juliet. Another Song "Ride My Bike" was featured in the award wining film The Low Life. The Icons called it quits in the mid-1990s and its members went their own ways. Gunn has continued to work in music, composing songs for Scooby-Doo, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, and Movie 43 as well as directing films such as Slither, Super (2010), and Guardians of The Galaxy.
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