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Dropbox was a five-piece American rock band formed in 2002. The group had one minor hit song in "Wishbone" which received some air time on MTV2 and Fuse and was featured in TV commercials. During the group's brief tenure, frontman John Kosco offered guest vocals to Godsmack's acoustic release, "Touché," which found moderate success as well.

After the demise of Dropbox, Kosco and Joe Wilkinson formed a new group with bassist John "Eville" Freeman and drummer Chris Hamilton, formerly of Bloodsimple, called Saint Caine. Joe Wilkinson left the band to dedicate all his time to his new project Piston Driven stating that being in Saint Caine left him feeling "unfulfilled". Lee Richards went on to join his former Godsmack bandmates in Another Animal as a second guitarist.