They released an EP and an album ("Stellar"), which charted well in the US college radio charts, even reaching number one in some cities. They toured the US in 1996, but constant lineup changes and creative differences slowed the progress of the band, and they peacefully disbanded while recording a follow-up album, "Fear Of A Happy Planet" (soon to be available on Spotify). Damon and Ala started the new project, BOUDOIR in 1998, and have found much more attention after moving to Europe. They relocated to Amsterdam in mid-1998, where, after adjusting to the appropriate culture shocks, they released their debut album as BOUDOIR, "Currency of the Soul", on Pandaimonium Records via Ronny Moorings from Clan Of Xymox.
Pandaimonium already released the first official BOUDOIR track on the sampler "Songs of Pain" in 2002. BOUDOIR made its premiere live European performance at the illustrious Gotham Festival at the Paradiso in Amsterdam in 2002. The group received a highly enthusiastic and warm response from the crowd despite being relatively unknown. Recently, they returned to the stage to play the Summer Darkness festival in Utrecht, with a full lineup including Ronald Renirie on drums, Raymond Rotteveel on bass and Vera Kertesz on keys and guitar.
The new album, "Separation Anxiety", will be released in early 2012! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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