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Lex Rex was a short-lived Christian Hard Rock band formed in late 80's. The band consisted of vocalist Harvey Prichard, guitarist Tom Brock, drummer Tony Vines, and bassist Curt Walsh. Tom Brock came up with the idea for the band name, which means "God's law is King." The band only released one album, "Beat the Heat", in 1990. After disbanding, Walsh toured with country artist Clay Walker and was a session player on Walker's 1999 album "Live, Laugh, Love".