Missing Persons are an excellent and innovative 80s electronic pop-rock New Wave outfit from Los Angeles, California. The group first formed in 1980 and initially called themselves U.S. Drag. The original band members were: Dale Bozzio (vocals), Terry Bozzio (drums), Warren Cuccurullo (guitar), Patrick O'Hearn (bass), and Chuck Wild (keyboards). Missing Persons released their self-titled debut four song EP in 1980. They signed with the major label Capitol Records in 1982 and released their first full-length album "Spring Session M" that same year. This album subsequently went gold and peaked at #17 on the record charts. Read more... Top 40 radio charts with the catchy singles "Words" and "Destination Unknown." Moreover, the band scored a substantial underground radio hit with the groovy "Walking in L.A." in 1983. Missing Persons appear in the amusing lowbrow comedy romp "Lunch Wagon" and perform the infectiously bouncy'n'bubbly "Mental Hopscotch" in the film. Alas, the follow-up albums "Rhyme & Reason" and "Color in Your Life" both proved to be commercial flops. The group broke up in 1986 and the various individual members went on to successful solo careers. Missing Persons officially reunited in 2001, but soon disbanded again following three live performances in July, 2001. A second reunion was likewise short-lived; it lasted from late 2002 to early 2003. Dale Bozzio now fronts a new incarnation of the group with a whole different line-up of musicians as her supporting band.