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Foster the People is an indie rock/indie pop band that formed in Los Angeles, California, United States in 2009. The band consists of Mark Foster (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Cubbie Fink (bass, vocals) and Mark Pontius (drums). The band released their debut self-titled EP in January 2011. The band's debut full length album, Torches, was released on May 24, 2011 on Star Time/Columbia. Their first single "Pumped Up Kicks" was a sleeper hit during the summer of 2011 and peaked at #1 on the Billboard Alternative Songs Chart, #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #18 on the UK Singles Chart....
1) U.K. sextet granted permission to use any Jimi Hendrix samples they wished, released the funky If 60's Were 90's in 1994. The center of the outfit is Du Kane and Luke Baldry. 2) Norwegian band consisting of the members Jonas Dahl, Arne Kvalvik, Kjetil Ovesen, and Ådne Meisfjord. The Beautiful People was formed in 2001, and originally based in their hometown of Kristiansund, they moved to Oslo in 2002. After two EPs on the Public Demand label, a sublabel of Perfect Pop Records, the group signed to prominent Norwegian independent label Smalltown Supersound. Late 2005 and early 2006 they...
Sleep Party People is the brainchild of Brian Batz, a Danish multi-instrumentalist with a boundless imagination. Taking as inspiration the work of Boards Of Canada, David Lynch and Erik Satie, Batz found the sound of the old battered piano in his apartment, coupled with a freaky electronic alteration of his recorded voice, created an eerie, hypnotic sound. With his other worldly signature sound in place, this one-man home recording project started to take shape back in 2008, the collection of weird and haunting melodies he created forming the basis for Sleep Party People’s self-titled debut album (2010). Back home in...
There are three bands that use the name "The People." The People - Kansas City 1999-2003 The People were a band from Kansas City, Missouri. They began as an early art-rock project by cousins Ben Grimes and Ryan Shank in Springfield, MO in 1999. They independently released one full-length record, "The Premise Is Sound" in 2000, and recorded an unreleased 3 song EP entitled "Japan." Thom Daugherty left the band to join The Elms in 2000. In 2003, the band signed with Astralwerks Records, releasing one album and one EP under the name The Golden Republic. The Golden Republic split...
Found 22 songs, duration: 01:31:49
Walk With a Big Stick
Lamb's Wool (with Poolside)
Under The Moon
Under The Moon
Your Heart is my Home
The Things We Do
The Things We Do
The Things We Do
Nobody's Favourite
Mark Foster, the People Love You!
Foster the People (8-Bit Lamb's Wool Emulation)
Imagination (8-Bit Foster the People Emulation)
Call It What You Want
Pumped Up Kicks (Cover of Foster The People)
Under the Moon (8-Bit Foster the People Emulation)
Style (8-Bit Foster the People Emulation)
People Need the Lord
Foster the People (8-Bit Lamb's Wool Emulation)