Scott Garrett played in Neverland, a four piece Californian rock band. They released their self-titled debut on Interscope in 1991 and also had one of their songs, "Drinking Again", appear on the soundtrack to "Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey" (although it was actually the song "For the Love" that appeared in the film).
Some years later, Neverland reformed with a new vocalist to release "Surreal World". Scott Garrett only recorded on half the tracks before he went off to play with The Cult. Kevin Valentine (ex-Shadow King) filled in for the rest of the tracks.
Scott Garrett joined reunited rock band The Cult in 1993, replacing Mickey Curry, who had returned for the
"Ceremony" album which was released in 1991.
Introducing new drummer Scott Garrett, The Cult reunited with producer Bob Rock on a set that included the rather clumsy Kurt Cobain tribute "Sacred Life".
By this time, however, singer Ian Astbury had departed. Scott Garrett followed, both resurfacing with The Holy Barbarians.
Later Garrett would join two other rock acts: Monster Magnet and The Mission.
Scott Garrett joined re-formed The Mission in 1999. He replaced Mick Brown, who had drummed until the band split up in 1996. Unfortunately Garret had to leave the band due to an injury. Steve Spring is The Mission's current touring drummer.
Garrett is also involved in God Lives Underwater, the B-Movie Heroes and Weapon of Choice. Scott drummed on the Weapon's debut album "Nutmeg Sez "Bozo the Town" (1994).