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Old 09-28-2004, 10:23 PM   #1
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Hey guys, have you heard Remy Zero?

I think this is a really good band (who only lasted 3 albums). Very unkown though

I think you should give them a listen!! One of my favorite bands! Listen to their latest album, The Golden Hum. I think it's brilliant.
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i don't think i like them. i heard something several years ago, i can't remember it though.
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Isn't one of their songs the theme songs for Smallville??
If it is, it's an annoying song
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I like them. However, they were disturbing live and the audience consisted of too many screamy, pushy teenage girls (probably also due to the fact that Phantom Planet supported), so my enthusiasm waned after seeing them live.
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I like some of their stuff (including "Somebody Save Me" from Smallville), never saw em live.
My biggest question is if you're singer Cinjun Lars Tate, and you marry Alyssa Milano, how in the hell can you allow yourself to get divorced?
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Saw them live and they were great. They're broken up now.
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Old 09-29-2004, 03:05 PM   #7
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Isn't one of their songs the theme songs for Smallville??
If it is, it's an annoying song
It is indeed the theme to Smallville. When they released the song as a single, it got some decent airplay for a while. One DJ said he was getting tons of calls asking if it was new U2. Go figure.
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Old 09-29-2004, 03:41 PM   #8
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I like them a lot. I haven't got their first album, only Villa Elaine and The Golden Hum but they're pretty good.

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However, they were disturbing live
Disturbing? What do you mean?
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I like them but I recall reading a message that they no longer exist.
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Remy Zero is awesome, Villa Elaine is a must have.
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I like them but I recall reading a message that they no longer exist.
Yeah, RZ has disbanded. I think it happened officially in mid December. However, the band members are working on other projects.

Three ex-members (Jeffery Cain, Cedric LeMoyne, and Gregory Slay) were nominated for a Emmy Award for their theme song for the FX series Nip/Tuck. They use the name The Engine Room for their work creating "pure original music that is tied to the heart of their creation," according to Cain.

Furthermore, Cain and Slay have a project called Sleepwell. They have recently released a self-titled cd. Rather dark and ominous music, but very cool -- I really like it!

Cain, (a very busy guy, and Steve Kilbey of The Church (yep, I'm pimping the Stevester yet again!) collaborated to become Isidore . This is a GREAT album! I consider it an album to love and cherish for the rest of my life. You can stream the entire album from the Isidore site.

And Cinjin and Shelby Tate also have a new album out on Excavation Records. I haven't heard it though.


*edited to add -- I agree with womanfish, Villa Elaine is definately a must have. Terrific album!
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I've only heard "Somebody Save Me"...it's alright i guess.
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I like their Smallville theme

Definitely not one of their best songs though. That was like U2's Beautiful Day, created for the masses.
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Yeah, RZ has disbanded. I think it happened officially in mid December. However, the band members are working on other projects.

Three ex-members (Jeffery Cain, Cedric LeMoyne, and Gregory Slay) were nominated for a Emmy Award for their theme song for the FX series Nip/Tuck. They use the name The Engine Room for their work creating "pure original music that is tied to the heart of their creation," according to Cain.

Furthermore, Cain and Slay have a project called Sleepwell. They have recently released a self-titled cd. Rather dark and ominous music, but very cool -- I really like it!

Cain, (a very busy guy, and Steve Kilbey of The Church (yep, I'm pimping the Stevester yet again!) collaborated to become Isidore . This is a GREAT album! I consider it an album to love and cherish for the rest of my life. You can stream the entire album from the Isidore site.

And Cinjin and Shelby Tate also have a new album out on Excavation Records. I haven't heard it though.


*edited to add -- I agree with womanfish, Villa Elaine is definately a must have. Terrific album!
sweet thanks for the update. I love Nip/Tuck. just a side note. lol
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