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Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath, left, and Rodney Sheppard just released their new album, Little Yachty. Kevin Estrada hide caption

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Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath Just Wants To Have Fun

The band's frontman says the band had been cashing in on nostalgia since its hits of the 1990s, but now, with a surprise record deal, Sugar Ray has a fresh chance to return to its fun-loving roots.

Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath, left, and Rodney Sheppard just released their new album, Little Yachty. Kevin Estrada hide caption

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Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath Just Wants To Have Fun

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