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Avatar: The Last Airbender credits
- 205. "Avatar Day"
- 207. "Zuko Alone"
- 211. "The Desert"
- 218. "The Earth King"
- 305. "The Beach"
- 314. "The Boiling Rock, Part 1"
- 315. "The Boiling Rock, Part 2"
Selected other credits
- Ambition Takes Wing (2012; short)
- Forgiving Winona (2012)
- The Traveler (2010)
- The Thaw (2009)
- Everyday Joe (2007; short)
- 64 Disks (2002; short)
- Soulmates (1997)
- Suspicious Agenda (1996)
- Deceptions II: Edge of Deception (1995)
- A Very Brady Sequel (soundtrack performer)
- Beverly Hills, 90210 (writer)
- Bush Family Fortunes: The Best Democracy Money Can Buy (documentary - soundtrack musician)
- Flushed Away (video game)
- Lackawanna Blues (TV movie - soundtrack musician)
- On the Road in America (soundtrack composer and performer)
- The Brady Bunch Movie (soundtrack performer)
- The Heights (soundtrack performer)
Throne is a self-taught musician who plays guitar, bass, drums, and piano. He is the son of Malachi Throne and the brother of Joshua Throne. He earned a gold record in 1992 for his work on the soundtrack to the television series The Heights, famous for the song "How Do You Talk To An Angel". He resides in Las Vegas, Nevada, and is the lead singer and lead guitar player for the Sin City Sinners, a group that also features former Faster Pussycat guitarist and co-founder Brent Muscat. In 2014, Throne joined the new wave group Bow Wow Wow as their touring lead guitar player.
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