Stroke 9


Stroke 9

Stroke 9 est un groupe de rock alternatif créé en 1989 à San Francisco.

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Histoire du groupe

Au départ le groupe a été créé pour participer à une sorte de projet scolaire. En 1990, Luke Esterkyn, Greg Gueldner, Tom Haddad et Kirsten Stromberg sortent une démo de 5 chansons dans laquelle figurent "Blindness", "Wild", et "Dream Song".

Après avoir signé chez Universal, Stroke 9 sort son premier album, Nasty Little Thoughts, en 1999.

Membres

Au départ le groupe été composé de :

  • Luke Esterkyn (Guitare et chant)
  • Greg Gueldner (batterie)
  • Tom Haddad (Basse)
  • Kirsten Stromberg (synthé et chants)

Après avoir signé chez Universal :

  • Luke Esterkyn (Guitare et Chant)
  • John McDermott (Guitare)
  • Greg Gueldner (Basse)
  • Eric Stock (Batterie)

Actuellement le groupe est composé de :

  • Luke Esterkyn (Guitare et chant)
  • John McDermott (Guitare)
  • Jens Funke (Basse)
  • Eric Stock (Batterie)

Discographie

  • Music About Friends, Acquaintances, and People We Don't Even Know (1991)
  • Boy Meets Girl (1993)
  • Bumper to Bumper (1995)
  • Nasty Little Thoughts (Universal Records, 1999)
  • Rip It Off (Universal, 2002)
  • All In (Rock Ridge Records, 2004)
  • Hidden Treasures (Rock Ridge Records, 2005)
  • Cafe Cuts (Rock Ridge Records, 2006)
  • Last of the International Playboys (Rock Ridge Records, 2007)

Charts

Année Titre Classement Chart[1] Album
US Modern Rock US Top 40 Mainstream
1999 "Little Black Backpack" 6 39 Nasty Little Thoughts
2000 "Letters" 27 - Nasty Little Thoughts
2001 "Kick Some Ass" 36 - Rip It Off

Notes et références

  1. Billboard Singles, Allmusic.com.

Liens externes


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