A rare gem of a metal band

The metal band from Utah was once a household name, but now they’re being replaced by another rock band.

A rare find from Utah’s precious metal reserve has been found by archaeologists, who claim it may have been buried with precious metal.

The band was a band called “The Wild Ones” that had a massive fanbase.

Their first album, the 1982 album The Last Temptation of Christ, reached number one on the Billboard 200 chart, and in 1986 they released their first full-length, The Return of the Wild Ones.

Now, after nearly 40 years of collecting metals from the area, the band’s manager has decided to turn the treasure over to the Smithsonian Institution.

The metal is being used for an exhibition, which is expected to begin in 2018.

The Smithsonian Institution’s Rock and Mineral Center in Virginia, which has a branch in Utah, said it is looking for an individual or individuals to dig up the metal.

A band’s history in Utah The band had a huge following, especially in Utah and Colorado.

They made it to number three on the American charts in 1982 and number two in 1987.

They had their first tour in 1994 and toured again in 1996.

They played their last show in 2008.

Now the band is being replaced.

“The band has had a major, massive, incredible run over the years,” said curator of the Utah Mineral and Gold Museum, Rick Wills.

“There’s a tremendous amount of interest in this band and a lot of great stuff that has been dug up.”

Wills said they were able to dig the metal out of the ground in 2015 after they had to excavate a large boulder.

They also found a large collection of jewelry that dates back to the 1960s.

“We’ve been able to see this as a band, but it’s not a band that we had heard before,” he said.

“It’s something that we really want to see.”

The Smithsonian said they are not interested in taking any coins, precious metals, or artifacts from the band.

The group’s manager said they want to share the treasure with the public.

“They’re just the last remnants of this music that this band was, and they were there for quite a while,” he told ABC News.

“I think it’s a wonderful thing to share and to celebrate the music and the artistry of these people.”

The rock and roll band from the early 1980s that was once known as The Wild Ones has been replaced by a rock band with a huge fanbase.

The Utah Museum of the Bible and Science will dig up and display a portion of the metal band’s treasure.

The treasure is being turned over to an exhibition that will begin in early 2018, according to the museum.