Phoenix


There have been a number of artists going by the name of Phoenix (1) A popular French alternative rock band (2) A Romanian folk rock band (3) A short-lived British hard rock band (4) A UK-based filk band (5) A goa project (6) A RAC band with members from France and Sweden. (7) A hungarian rock band (8) A hungarian rapper (9) An Oklahoma City garage-soul band from the late 1960s/early 1970s (10) A Japanese pop group from the 60s. (11) A British rapper (12) An American R&B singer (13) A Dutch gabber producer, also known as Ruffneck Phoenix (1) The French band comprises Thomas Mars (vocals), Deck D'Arcy (bass), Christian Mazzalai (guitar) and Laurent Brancowitz (guitar), who started playing music as kids in a suburb of Versailles during the same cultural period that produced late-'90s bands such as Air,Mellow and Daft Punk. The band's lineup has no permanent drummer or keyboardist. Phoenix formed in 1999 and started off as the backing band for a remix of Air’s “Kelly Watch the Stars” single. Soon after, Phoenix released their debut album United in 2000. The name Phoenix was officially chosen in 1996 when Laurent Brancowitz permanently joined Pheonix after his other band Darlin' disbanded. The other two members of Darlin' (Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo) went on to form Daft Punk. Phoenix are based in Paris, France and their music has been featured in such films as Shallow Hal and Lost In Translation. In 2006 the band themselves appeared Marie Antoine...

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