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Old 07-12-2006, 07:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok Post the History of your favourite bands. Make sure to Be original, and no copying and pasting please. They don't have to be long, just informative. post as many as you want. This thread will be strictly moderated for quality.

I wrote this one about Iggy Pop as an example.

The History of the man known as Iggy Pop



Iggy Pop was born on April 21, 1947. His birth name was James Osterberg. His Hometown was Muskegon, Michigan. Iggy is famous for being a Glam and Punk Rock singer, and showman. He is often sited as the key innovator of Punk. He is a very explosive showman on stage, with many antics. The first Band that Iggy was with was his high school band, The Iguanas. Hence the name Iggy. He performed as the bands drummer. Iggy was inspired by the Chicago Blues scene, and bands like the Doors.

In 1968 The Iguanas made their debut into the recording industry, with their new name, The Stooges. The Stooges released three albums, The Stooges, Fun House, and Raw Power (the best version of this is the old mix version). These Records were released through Elektra Records. The first two albums sold quite poorly, but Raw Power did decently. Unfortunately, due to Pop’s Heroin addiction the band had to break up after the first two albums. David Bowie brought the Stooges back together in 1973 for the release of Raw Power. David Bowie Produced this album, some people say he did a bad job though.

Solo, and Bowie, and, the Berlin era.

In 1976 after Pop had gone in and out of rehab for his drug abuse, relocated to Berlin, Germany with David Bowie to become clean, according to legend Bowie had been surviving off of cocaine, milk, and peppers (lol). During this time David Bowie helped write, and produce Iggy’s first two albums, The Idiot, and, Lust for Life. Bowie also did backup vocals, and piano duty on these albums, and to repay Bowie, Iggy did backup vocals on Bowie’s album Low. TV Eye also came out during this era, which was when Pop was signed to RCA. He did this album as filler to fulfill his contract.

1979, and the early 80’s

The next album he released was new values, this was released by his new record company, Arista. He also appeared on the TV show Countdown where he was known for his drunken antics, and exclamations. In 1980, the album Soldier was released. It featured Bowie again as a keyboardist. His next album Party was released in 1981, and it was a commercial flop. Arista dropped Iggy after this album.

The next decade, the 80’s

In 1982 Pop released Zombie Birdhouse, another commercial flop, but this time only on the animal label. Then after a long hiatus, Pop with Bowie, and Steve Jones of Sex Pistol notoriety, wrote and recorded Blah blah blah, which was a new wave influenced album, it did better than his last three releases. In 1988 he released instinct, a raw stooge like album. Unfortunately animal dropped him, fore they hopped the album would be just like Blah blah blah.

The 90’s
In 1990 Pop recorded Brick by Brick, it had a video for the song Kiss my Blood also. Members from Guns N Roses would appear on this album as guests. As would the B 52’s. Iggy was in the spot light again his song Lust for Life was used in a movie called trains potting. In 1995 he released Naughty little doggie, in 99’ he released Avenue B, and in 2001 he released Beat em’ up. Then in 2003 he collaborated with Green Day, Sum 41, and the trolls to release Skull ring.

Album List

With the Stooges.
1969, The stooges
1970, Fun House
1973, Raw Power

With James Williamson
1977, Kill City

Solo

1977, The Idiot, Lust For Life
1979, New Values
1980, Soldier
1981, Party
1982, Zombie Birdhouse
1986, Blah Blah Blah
1988, Instinct
1990, Brick by Brick
1993, American Caesar
1996, Naughty Little Doggy
1999, Avenue B
2001, Beat’em Up
2003 Skull Ring

Note: Iggy Pop has starred in the movie Coffee and Cigarettes, Sid and Nancy, The Color of Money, Hardware (voice only), The Crow: City of Angels, The Rugrats Movie, Snow Day, Coffee and Cigarettes, Somewhere in California, Cry-Baby, Dead Man..
Its also supposed that the character of Curt Wylde, from the movie velvet goldmine is based on him.
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Old 07-12-2006, 07:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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k, mines of bands, so like I more just went into the history of the bands themselves, not the people & they're all new..and its more of a bio then a history, cause they're like making their history now if that makes sense..*feels like his are petty compared to tdocs* & I did three cause you said i'd be fine and I could never choose between fall of troy/ctts/blood brothers.




Band: Circle Takes The Square
Genre: Screamo

CTTS formed in 2000 as a four piece in Savannah, Georgia, after two albums they lost a guitarist but gained another in late 2004.

Their first release was a six song demo in 2001, released by them selves. They then recorded a split 7” with pg. 99 “Pyramids in Cloth” on perpetual motion, in 2002. Then, the full lengthed album As The Roots Undo on Robotic Empire in Jan. 2004. Rumors say they’re currently working on their new album.




Band: The Fall Of Troy
Genre: Progressive Screamo?

All three members (Thomas Erak, Tim Ward, Andrew Forsman) come from a band of a similar sound, called the thirty year war. Which they were in when they were 17 years old. The Fall Of Troy gets their sound from a combing of At-The Drive In and Rush (they’ve said so themselves).

They’ve released three albums, their debut (self-titled) on Lujo Records in November 2003. Then the Ghostship Demos they released themselves in 2004 and Doppleganger in August 2005 on equal vision records. They’re working on their new studio album which will feature their new songs “Excreations” and "A Man, a Plan, a Canal, Panama". It should be out late 2006 mid 2007.




Band: The Blood Brothers
Genre: Experimental Hardcore?

All five kids met through Seattle’s punk scene and formed a band called the blood brothers in 1997. At the time, there were lots of can’t dos and rules in the scene. The blood brothers were very well accepted when they came out and had a huge impact.

In 2000 they released This Adultery Is Ripe on Second Nature and Sound Virus. In 2001, March On Electric Children on ThreeOneG. In 2002 the band signed to ARTISTdirect. And they released Burn Piano Island Burn (2003) and Crimes (2004). They’re working on their new album now, Young Machetes with fugazi member/producer Guy Picciottto due for release on V2, October 10th 2006.
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^ yours are very good. Prime examples. They Have Not been around as long as Iggy Pop so you did a fine job.
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We went back there and they had come and hacked off every inoculated arm. There they were in a pile. A pile of little arms. And I remember... I... I... I cried. I wept like some grandmother. I wanted to tear my teeth out. I didn't know what I wanted to do. And I want to remember it. I never want to forget it. I never want to forget. And then I realized... like I was shot... like I was shot with a diamond... a diamond bullet right through my forehead. And I thought: My God... the genius of that.
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The Mars Volta - Genre - Progressive Rock/Experimental

The Mars Volta was formed in the summer of 2001 after the break up of At the drive in. Omar Rodriguez Lopez and Cedric Bixler Zavala decided they wanted to persue somethinf new and more inventive. The band was formed with Omar, cedric, Ikey Owens, Jeremy Ward, Eva Gardner, and Jon Theodore. All the names mentioned above minus Eva and Jon were members of a small dub band with cedric and omar called Defacto. The Mars Volta released their first Ep entitled Tremulant EP in April of 2002. It was a 19 minute EP with three tracks. Concertina, Cut that city, and Eunuch Provocateur.In October of the same year The mars volta picked up Linda Good for keyboards and Ralph Jasso on bass. The next album that was being worked on was De-Loused in the comatorium. That album was released June 24th 2003. That year they did touring with The Red hot Chilli Pepper's in support of their album. Almost a year after the release of De-Loused in the comatorium, sound manipulator Jeremy Ward was found dead in his apartment. This was on May 25th. They cancelled the second half of the tour and dedicated the album to jeremy. They released a live album in november of 2005 called Scabdates. It was 12 track album. a few months later Frances The Mute was released. This was released on March 1st 2005. They have finished now working on their latest album Amputechture and it is to be released in august of 2006.

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De-Loused in the Comatorium

Son et Lumière - 1:35
Inertiatic ESP - 4:24
Roulette Dares (The Haunt Of) - 7:31
Tira Me a las Arañas - 1:29
Drunkship of Lanterns - 7:06
Eriatarka - 6:20
Cicatriz ESP - 12:29
This Apparatus Must Be Unearthed - 4:58
Televators - 6:18
Take the Veil Cerpin Taxt - 8:42

Frances The Mute

1. Cygnus...Vismund Cygnus
2. The Widow
3. L'Via L'Viaquez
4. Miranda That Ghost Just Isn't Holy
5. Cassandra Geminni I
6. Cassandra Geminni II
7. Cassandra Geminni III
8. Cassandra Geminni IV
9. Cassandra Geminni V
10. Cassandra Geminni VI
11. Cassandra Geminni VII
12. Cassandra Geminni VIII

Amputechture

1.Vicarious Atonement (7:21)
2.Tetragrammaton (16:43)
3.Vermicide (4:17)
4.Meccamputechture (11:04)
5.Asilos Magdalena (6:36)
6.Viscera Eyes (9:25)
7.Day of the Baphomets (11:58)
8.El Ciervo Vulnerado (8:59)

EPs
B-Sides

1.The Bible and the Breathalyzer
2.A Plague Upon Your Hissing
3.Ambuletz

Tremulant EP

1. Cut That City
2. Concertina
3. Eunuch Provocateur

Live Albums

Live EP

"Roulette Dares (The Haunt Of)" (9:29)
"Drunkship Of Lanterns" (9:38)
"Cicatriz ESP" (16:03)
"Televators" (7:18)

Scabdates

"Abrasions Mount the Timpani" (4:07)
"Take the Veil Cerpin Taxt" (5:57)
"Take the Veil Cerpin Taxt: Gust of Mutts" (2:34)
"Take the Veil Cerpin Taxt: And Ghosted Pouts" (4:52)
"Caviglia" (2:46)
"Concertina" (4:17)
"Haruspex" (5:24)
"Cicatriz" (8:16)
"Cicatriz, Pt. 1" (2:34)
"Cicatriz, Pt. 2" (7:39)
"Cicatriz, Pt. 3" (4:29)
"Cicatriz, Pt. 4" (20:00)
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Tool

In the late 80's the members of Tool were living in Los Angeles. Maynard James Keenan, Paul d'Amour and Adam James started a band. Danny Carey was already a drummer in Pigmy Love Circus, Carole King and, Green Jelly. Adam Jones and Tom Morello[Maynard does backup vocals on one the tracks on RATM s/t] were high school friends and Tom introduced Danny to the band. Oddly enough Maynard and Danny lived nextdoor to each other. For a while Danny would just fill in whenever whoever they invited just didn't show up. Their first ep, Opiate, was a major success. Shorly after recording Opiate the released Undertow and went on tour with the likes of RATM, The Rollins Band and even played 2nd stage on Lollapolooza. Shortly after the recording process took place for AEnima Paul left the band and 2 months later was replaced by Justin Chancelor, a member of the band Peach. Ænema was dedicated to Bill Hicks who had died 2 years before it's release. In 1997 Volcano Records sued Tool for trying to find a differend label and Tool contersued because they wouldn't renew their contract. It was finally settled at 3 albums. During that time Maynard had formed A Perfect Circle with Tool's guitar tech, Billy Howerdel. In 2000 Tool released Salival which included B-sides and a cover Led Zeppelin's No Quarter. In 2001 the band released Lateralus, toured and, then concentrated on other projects. The much anticipated 10,000 days was released 2 months ago.


Opiate (1992)
1. Sweat
2. Hush
3. Part Of Me
4. Cold And Ugly (Live)
5. Jerk-Off (Live)
6. Opiate
over a million sold

Undertow (1993)
1. Intolerance
2. Prison Sex
3. Sober
4. Bottom
5. Crawl Away
6. Swamp Song
7. Undertow
8. 40
9. Flood
10. Disgustipated
over 2 million sold

AEnima (1996)
1. Stinkfist
2. Eulogy
3. H.
4. Useful Idiot
5. Forty Six & 2
6. Message To Harry Manback
7. Hooker With A Penis
8. Intermission
9. Jimmy
10. Die Eier Von Satan
11. Pu****
12. Cesaro Summability
13. Aenema
14. (-) Ions
15. Third Eye
over 3 million sold


Salival (2000)
1. Third Eye (Live)
2. Part Of Me (Live)
3. Pushit (Live)
4. Message To Harry Manba...
5. You Lied (Live)
6. Merkaba
7. No Quarter
8. L.A.M.C.


Lateralus (2001)

1. The Grudge
2. Eon Blue Apocalypse
3. The Patient
4. Mantra
5. Schism
6. Parabol
7. Parabola
8. Ticks And Leeches
9. Lateralus
10. Disposition
11. Reflection
12. Triad
13. Fa Aip De Oiad
over 2 million sold

10,000 Days (2006)
1. Vicarious
2. Jambi
3. Wings For Marie (Pt 1)
4. 10,000 Days (Wings Pt 2)
5. The Pot
6. Lipan Conjuring
7. Lost Keys (Blame Hofmann)
8. Rosetta Stoned
9. Intension
10. Right In Two
11. Viginti Tres
over a million sold
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Neurosis.



Emerging from hardcore roots in the Bay Area in the late eighties, Neurosis began as a 4-peice with a very typical crossover sound with their debut Pain of Mind. The first signes of their current style bagan to take place on their second album, The Word As Law, and by the time the third was released, Souls At Zero (new keyboard player Simon McIlroy) they had already developed into the sound known as post-metal, or art-metal today.

Each further album has taken this blend of tribal influences, dual tortured vocals and bleak soundscapes one step further. Noah Landis replaced Simon McIlroy on Through Silver in Blood, and each subsequent album has pushed the genre they started into something new.

Times of Grace is generally considered their best work. Still a metal album, it also features the use of bagpipes, and has been recorded to be played alongside Tribes of Neurot's Grace.

Theyre live shows are also worth a mention. known as having a very pretentious but powerful live presence, theyre gigs (which are now maybe 2 per year) are known for being visually stunning and completely mesmerising.. to ther point at which clapping seems wrong (has commonly be called the 'Neurosis' effect).

Although for a long time they were in a genre of their own, many other bands have joined them along the way.. predominantly Isis and Cult Of Luna, whos own discography's progress in a similar way.

Discography

Pain Of Mind (1987 Alt. Tentacles)
(EP) Abberation (1989 Alt. Tentacles)
The Word As Law (1991 independent)
Souls At Zero (1992 Alt. Tentacles)
Enemy Of The Sun (1993 Alt. Tentacles)
Through Silver In Blood (1996 Relapse)
(EP) Locust Star (1997 Relapse)
Times Of Grace (1999 Relapse)
Sovereign (2000 Relapse)
A Sun That Never Sets (2001 Relapse)
(DVD) A Sun That Never Sets (2002 Neurot)
The Eye Of Every Storm (2004 Relapse)

Related Projects

Neurot Records a label set up by the band in order to release side projects and experimental music.
Neurosis & Jarboe a collaboration album between Neurosis and Jarboe (Swans)
Tribes of Neurot - The "alter ego" of Neurosis; a collective of musicians that create dark ambient and noise music.
Blood and Time - An acoustic side project of Neurosis with apocalyptic folk overtones.
Culper Ring - A brief side project of Neurosis experimenting with dark ambient and industrial music.
Swans - A group which has inspired Neurosis to some degree. Neurosis has worked with Jarboe of Swans.
Red Sparowes - An epic post-rock group featuring members of Neurosis and Isis.

both vocalists Steve Von Till and Scott Kelly have release acoustic, folk-influenced solo albums.
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A History of the Band Emerson Lake and Palmer

The Progressive Rock Band Emerson Lake and Palmer formed in 1970, it was originally going to be called HELP, Hendrix, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, but as you all know Jimmy Hendrix had just died so he was unable to be in the band. The band contained (obviously) Keith Emerson (keyboards), Greg Lake (Guitar, Bass, and Vocals). And Carl Palmer (Drums, and Percussion). Keith Emerson was formerly from the band The Nice, Greg Lake came from doing vocals on King Crimson’s album In the Court of The Crimson King, and Carl Palmer hailed from the band Atomic Rooster.


The First Four Years

The first four years of the bands history, were quite a productive period, in which Greg Lake produced the first six albums of the band. These albums were ELP (1970), which was followed by the concept album Tarkus (1971) .Then, came the release of their first live album, Pictures at an Exhibition, Which was released in 1972. Also in 1972 ELP released the album trilogy, which would have their highest selling single, From the Beginning. In 1973 they released Brain Salad Surgery, their best selling album to date. The sleeve of the album is also very widely known. Their next album would be a live album entitled Welcome Back My Friends to the Show That Never Ends, this album was released in 1974.

Late 70’s

After a three year break to find a new way of expressing themselves musically, they came out with the two Works albums. Works Vol. 1, and Works Vol. 2. Then ELP released the flop Love Beach, (1978). This album was the groups “contract fulfillment album. The group dismissed as trash and Palmer complained about the cover.

The new ELP

In 1985, ELP reformed with a new drummer, Cozy Powell, this is because Palmer did not want to be part of a reunion (he decided to stay with the group ASIA).

Reunion

In 1992 the band reformed with the original members to record Black Moon(1992), and In The Hot Seat Unfortunately Emerson had stress related issues in his left hand, and this led to the album not being as good as it could be.


Album List
Emerson, Lake and Palmer (1970)
Tarkus (1971)
Pictures at an Exhibition (live) (1972)
Trilogy (1972)
Brain Salad Surgery (1973)
Welcome Back My Friends to the Show That Never Ends (1974) (live)
Works, Vol. 1 (1977)
Works, Vol. 2 (1977)
Love Beach (1978)
In Concert (live) (1979)
Black Moon (1992)
Live at the Royal Albert Hall (live) (1993)
Works Live (1993)
In the Hot Seat (1994)
Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 (live) (1997)
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A Brief History Of The Fall


Formed in 1976 by ex dock worker Mark E Smith & ex psychriatric nurse Una Baines , The Fall have over the past 30 years refused to conform to fashions or trends and have continued to put out a string of influencial and highly regarded albums. The band have over that time had almost 100 different band members , released over 70 albums and had more record companies than possibly any other band in history. The one constant being Mark E Smiths sheer bloody mindedness at keeping the Fall`s name going.
After 2 years of constant touring the band finally caught the attention of DJ John Peel with their 'Bingo Masters Break Out' E.P. Peel invited the band to record a session for his show. Over the years The Fall would continually be invited back to Peels show and ended up recording 24 sessions for him. Peel himself described The Fall as 'The band all bands are measured by in our house'.
The session got the attention of Step Forward records who put out their landmark debut album 'Live At The Witch Trials' by this time Baines had left and the revolving door policy of band members began, Baines wasd replaced by Yvonne Paulette who`s electric piano dominated the albums sound & put their sound in a different bracket to the usual new wave sound that dominated at the time.
Soon Paulette was also gone as was Step Forward records and the band signed to rough trade. The bands sound became rawer and more chaotic with Smiths vocals becoming more promenant. They followed up albums such as Dragnet , Grotesque(After The Gramme) , Slates & Hex Enduction Hour (featuring 2 drummers) & Perverted By Language .During that time the band left Rough Trade with Smith describing label boss Geoff Travis as a 'Stupid hippy' over the censoring of the word 'slags' .
In 1983 on a U.S. tour Smith met up with Brix Smith , put her in the band & married her. She became a central part of the band giving them a more melodic sound. With Brix in the band The Fall had the most successful period releasing the albums The Wonderful & Frightning World Of The Fall , This Nations Saving Grace , Bend Sinister & The Frenz Experiment. They also put out I Am Kurius Oranj , the soundtrack to a ballet and also had a top 30 hit with a cover of R Dean Taylor`s 'Ghost In My House'.
Brix divorced Smith and left the band in 1988.The band continued releasing albums but there was a noticable decline in quality. In 1993 the band returned to their indie roots after a short lived disaster being signed to a major label in Phonogram records. It gave them a new lease of life and the resulting album The Infotainment Scan became The Fall`s only UK top 10 album. On a roll from that the band put out Middle Class Revolt & Cerebral Caustic featuring a returning Brix Smith as well as on the following album The Light User Syndrome. But by the next album Brix was gone as well as off/on founding member Craig Scanlon.The album sounded tired and Smith took a 2 year break.
With a totally different line up Smith entered the 21st century with The Marshall Suite which showed sign of promise.The band then signed up to Sanctuary records who announced they would be reissuing & remastering all The Fall`s official studio albums. With a new interest in the band with the reissues ,a compilation album '50,000 Fall Fans Can`t Be Wrong' that finally covered the bands whole career, all 24 Peel session being released as a box set as well as other more unusual things such as 'Touch Sensitive' being used in an advert for Vauxhall cars & 'Theme From Sparta FC' being used by the BBC for their football coverage the band replied by putting out 2 of their best albums in years 'The Real New Fall L.P. (aka. Country On The Click) & Fall Heads Roll it looks like they`ll be around for a good while yet.

The Fall Discography (Excluding live albums & compilations)

1979 - Live At The Witch Trials
1979 - Dragnet
1980 - Grotesque (After The Gramme)
1981 - Slates
1982 - Hex Enduction Hour
1982 - Room To Live (Undilutable Slang Truth !)
1983 - Perverted By Language
1984 - The Wonderful & Frightening World of The Fall
1985 - This Nation’s Saving Grace
1986 - Bend Sinister
1988 - The Frenz Experiment
1988 - I Am Kurious, Oranj
1990 - Extricate
1991 - Shift Work
1992 - Code : Selfish
1993 - The Infotainment Scan
1994 - Middle Class Revolt
1995 - Cerebral Caustic
1996 - The Light User Syndrome
1997 - Levitate
1999 - The Marshall Suite
2000 - The Unutterable
2001 - Are You Are Missing Winner
2003 - The Real New Fall LP (aka Country On The Click)
2005 - Fall Heads Roll
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Dir en Grey

formally known as La:Sadies, dir en grey was anounced as a group in 1997
in which they relesed their first album Missa, but befor even that there is a very funcky way they came to gether

when friend Kyo and Kaoru decided to start a band, they hired basis toshiya, and second guitarist Die, which both broght more than sufficent talent to the drawing board along with skills, when they when to ask shinya to join as the drummer, shinya was scared by the way kaoru looked, thinking the kaoru is the devil himself, shinya runs off, and lock himself in his house, soo the poor guys have to search thru the overly large Tokyo telephone book( a book whose size rivals that of the libray eddion of the websters dictionary) till they finalli llocate himand with that go to his house, they stay out there for 3 nights till they get him to consent to joining,

albums:
missa 1997
gauze 1999
macabre 2001
Kisou 2003
six ugly 2004
withering to death 2006
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