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Pandamonium

PandamoniumPowered by Audioscrobbler™Three artists share this name:

1.) Pandamonium are Hardcore Punk band based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. They have released a demo CD, a self titled ep & a split 7inch with Total Fury. The current line up is:
Jimena - vocals
Kim - bass
Alison - guitar
Sue - drums
Members also play in other bands: Alison plays bass in Bodies Lay Broken and played guitar in Betty Gone Bad . Sue played drums in Hope You Choke and plays drums in Bodies Lay Broken . Kim played bass in The Divebomb Honey and plays bass in Teenage Remains and Condominium.


2.) The second Pandamonium started life in 1963/64 as the Pandas, and consisted of the song writing team of Bob Ponton and Martin Curtis with the support of fellow men of Kent Mick Glass and Steve Chapman (who later played drums for Al Stewart and Poco). After signing to CBS in 1966, the band enjoyed underground success with a cover of Donovan Leitch's 'Season Of The Witch', which curiously enough pre-dated the folk singer's own version of the song, later to appear on the Sunshine Superman album, by some months. The cult success of 'Season Of The Witch' was followed by what many consider to be their finest single, 'No Presents For Me', a track which was pure psychedelic beat and featured some extremely effective backwards fuzz guitar. One further single followed on the CBS label (Chocolate Buster Dam/Fly With Me Forever), but a disagreement with the label led to the group's departure and subsequent dissolution.

3.) The third Pandamonium broke earth when brothers Jeremy & Ben Thong decided to take their jamming to the next level, commissioning their musical friends to form what they describe themselves as "of the alternative techno rock jazz genre." Founded in central New Jersey in 2008, this group has taken the stage at the Theater of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA, building a new for themselves before they graduated high school!

The Current Lineup:
Alex Bhaskar: Guitar & Vocals
Brandon Rowan: Guitar & Vocals and occasionally drums
Bud Gankhuyag: Keyboard
Ben Thong: Drums
Jeremy Thong: Bass & Vocals
Monty Schütze: Drums and occasionally guitar
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