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Db9d9

Db9d9

Db9d9


DB9D9 is an industrial rock band that hails from San Diego, California. Since its inception in 1996, Eric Recourt has been the driving force behind db9d9, an act best known for it's seductively catchy brand of psycho-sexual electro/punk mayhem and downright dangerous live performances. The album "Db9d9" was released to critical acclaim and won a Just Plain Folks award for best industrial album in 2001. DB9D9 performed a lot during this period, playing the whisky in Los Angeles and opening for Metallica and for Mötley Crüe. Read more on Last.fm
DB9D9 is an industrial rock band that hails from San Diego, California. Since its inception in 1996, Eric Recourt has been the driving force behind db9d9, an act best known for it's seductively catchy brand of psycho-sexual electro/punk mayhem and downright dangerous live performances. The album "Db9d9" was released to critical acclaim and won a Just Plain Folks award for best industrial album in 2001. DB9D9 performed a lot during this period, playing the whisky in Los Angeles and opening for Metallica and for Mötley Crüe.

Recourt began networking to get db9d9 music into movies and television. His ambition paid off and several projects used music from the album "Db9d9". DB9D9 music has featured in many film and TV productions including the following: Motion Pictures: Soul Survivors - Artisan Entertainment, Luckytown - Media Pix, Inc., Cold Fusion - Warren Miller Films, Manfast - Tara Judelle Television: The Real World - MTV Networks, Road Rules - MTV Networks, MTV's Making the Video - MTV Networks, MTV's The Road Home - MTV Networks, The Invisible Man - USA Networks, Mutant X - USA Networks, Melrose Place - Spelling Entertainment, Skate Story - Fox Networks, Odyssey 5 - Showtime After licensing music from the first DB9D9 album, Recourt invested in upgrades and locked himself away to begin work on a new album. He wanted to create an album that was "pure" and "in the moment". Recourt claims to have let the songs on "Something to Cry About" evolve naturally without trying to push them in any specific direction, which may have something to do with the album's unique industrial sound.

The cover art was created by digital artist, Tsubasa. Discography: db9d9 (1999) Something to Cry About (2004) Official website: http://www.db9d9.com 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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