Alias was an AOR/hard rock band, formed in Montreal by vocalist Freddy Curci and Steve DeMarchi of the Canadian soft rock band Sheriff ("When I'm With You"), along with Heart founding members Roger Fisher, Steve Fossen and Mike DeRosier in 1988.

The band released its self-titled debut album in 1990 and went gold, scoring hits with "Waiting For Love" and the power ballad "More Than Words Can Say". They also recorded the Tonio K song "Perfect World", for the Christina Applegate film, Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead. They recorded a second album which has yet to be released.

Alias would disband while touring to promote the album.

In early 2005, an acoustic version of the band's hit ballad "More Than Words Can Say" was released on a VH1 compilation disc, Classic Metal Mania: Stripped.

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