HAM stands for "Heart And Mind". They consist of four members: Mi-U, Ga-Yeon, Sy-Jin and Hyo-Ni Members: 4) HAM is also a progressive rock band from Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada. More info on Ham (1): The band was active in the years 1988 to 1994. They reunited for a Rammstein concert in 2001 and last appeared in concert in September 2007.
They did not attain significant popularity while active, but have gradually come to be acknowledged as an important part of Icelandic rock history. Today they command a cult following among many Icelandic rock enthusiasts. Sigurjón Kjartansson (vocals and guitar) Óttar Proppé (Dr. Spock/Funkstrasse/Rass) (vocals) Arnar Geir Ómarsson (drums) S.
Björn Blöndal (bass) Jóhann Jóhannsson (Apparat Organ Quartet) (guitar and keyboard) Flosi Þorgeirsson (guitar) Also see HAM's Wikipedia entry in Icelandic and in English. More info on HAM (3): Their debut single is called "T.T Dance". Unlike the electronic sound style of this generation's girl groups, HAM's upcoming track "T.T Dance" will focus on an intense rock sound and addicting melody. It was also made known that the director of HAM's first music video has also directed music videos for popular artists in the past, such as Seo Taiji, Epik High, Wheesung, and SS501. More info on Ham (4): They've released 3 albums on CD: Boreal Imbroglio (1999), Embassy de Volcanoes (2002) and Comrades Demand Conquest (2006). 2 earlier cassettes also exist but are out of print. The band members are: Paul Lafrénière (guitar/vox), Jim Demos (guitar/vox), Devin McCracken (bass) and Joseph Fiola (drums).
Former members include: Benoît Morier (bass/trumpet) and Bradley Piggot (drums). Visit Ham's Myspace 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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