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Dandruff!!

Dandruff!!

Dandruff!!


Dutch punk pop band with ex-guitarist Mark Boegies Tilstra. After a successful debut album, the band toured extensively. Only after some years, the second and last album. 1991 After the retirement of fun punk band The Boegies focuses guitarist Mark Tilstra with Jan Heddema Dandruff !! on. Tuppus Wanders - cover designer Boegies - is persuaded to become a singer of the new band. Edwin Pot and Mark Regelink make the band complete. For the VPRO program cover a tearjerker Read more on Last.fm
Dutch punk pop band with ex-guitarist Mark Boegies Tilstra. After a successful debut album, the band toured extensively. Only after some years, the second and last album. 1991 After the retirement of fun punk band The Boegies focuses guitarist Mark Tilstra with Jan Heddema Dandruff !! on. Tuppus Wanders - cover designer Boegies - is persuaded to become a singer of the new band.

Edwin Pot and Mark Regelink make the band complete. For the VPRO program cover a tearjerker, the band makes its own version of Cry For You Is Too Late by Corry & De Rekels. 1992 Dandruff !! records the demo cassette Down And Depressed. The demo is very popular with Jos Haijer and autumn appears the debut CD of the Frisian label Top Hole: Four Fifteen-E. The title refers to an American police code for a public disturbance.

Tom Holkenborg (Nerve, Junkie XL later) produces the CD, which is praised in the press. Comparisons with Hüsker Dü and The Ramones. From the album, the single I'm Not Down on. 1993 - 1994 Dandruff !! two years of intensive touring through the Netherlands, with now and then a trip abroad. The band plays in the support of Pennywise, The Buzzcocks and Captain Sensible.

Tired of touring Jan Heddema leaves the band. He is focusing more on producing local groups. 1995 - 1996 The other band members are suffering from fatigue and even though they are working on new songs, there is little of the ground. Guitarist John Krol, replacing John Heddema, creates a revival. The band gets back inspiration. 1997 On the small label Windmill Records Heideroosjes vocalist Marco Roelofs appears the second CD: SixEQUJfive.

The name refers to a captured by Americans cry of extraterrestrial life. The CD will be included in a former retirement home in Hoogeveen. Again, the seasoned punks can count on enthusiastic reviews. 1998 With a farewell concert in June holds Dandruff !! to exist. Read more on Last.fm.

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