Their album Sunburn was certified Platinum by the RIAA.
American Idol contestent Chris Daughtry turned down Fuel's offer to be their new lead singer.
The release of the song Hemorrhage(In My Hands) sparked intrest in hundreds of people and in turn made Fuel more widely known.
After the release of Sunburn, songs like Bittersweet, Jesus or a Gun, and Sunburn started being played on the radio along with Shimmer.
After the release of the album Sunburn in 1998, Fuel began to be noticed more by people.
Natural Selection was Fuel's third album and another one of its big sellers
The album Natural Selection was released in 2003.
The album Something Like Human was Fuel's first album to go platinum.
Fuel's song Hemorrhage(In My Hands) scored in the Top 40 in 2000 after the release of the album Something Like Human.
Fuel's album Something Like Human was released in 2000 and went Double Platinum.
After a performance by Chris Daughtry on American Idol, Fuel's song, Hemorrhage (In My Hands), shot up to the Top 10 downloads on iTunes.
Former lead singer, Brett Scallions, left Fuel on Feb. 7, 2006 for friendly reasons.
Fuel's debut song, Shimmer, was nearly a Top 40 hit in 1998.
Fuel released its greatest hits album, The Best of Fuel, on Dec. 13, 2005.
Fuel used to play at local Pennsylvania bars and nightclubs
After lead singer Brett Scallions left, the remaining members of Fuel offered the role of lead singer to former American Idol contestant Chris Daughtry.
Brett Scallions: Vocals (1989-2006);
Kevin Miller: Drums (Dec. 1997-2004);
Jody Abbott: Drums (1989-Nov. 1997);
Erik Avakian: Keyboards (1989-1994).
Current Members as of 2008:
Carl Bell: Guitar, Vocals, Primary Songwriter;
Jeff Abercrombie: Bass.
Toryn Green: Lead Vocalist
Tommy Stewart Drummer
Fuel once performed a acoustic version of "Going To California" by Led Zeppelin.
After disagreements, drummer Kevin Miller left the band in 2004.
One of Fuel's songs, "Won't Back Down", is featured on the film Daredevil.
Fuel was once forced to call off tour dates after an on-stage accident, Brett Scallions' nose was broken, forcing him to have surgery.
Something Like Human
The Best of Fuel
Angels & Devils