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PANICDutch

PANICDutch

PANICDutch


PANIC (Dutch punk band from Amsterdam) PANIC was formed in 1977 as a follow up of the short lived band “Big Peter and the Terrible Garage”. Members were: Peter Penthouse (lead vocals), Mike DeCourt (guitar, vocals), Pete Passion (bass, vocals) and Rheinhard Roffel (drums, † november 7, 2010). In 1978 PANIC’s own LP 13 (Universe LS-7) was released on red vinyl. And was later in 1978 released for a second time (on Ariola 26388 XOT), but now on black vinyl. Read more on Last.fm
PANIC (Dutch punk band from Amsterdam) PANIC was formed in 1977 as a follow up of the short lived band “Big Peter and the Terrible Garage”. Members were: Peter Penthouse (lead vocals), Mike DeCourt (guitar, vocals), Pete Passion (bass, vocals) and Rheinhard Roffel (drums, † november 7, 2010). In 1978 PANIC’s own LP 13 (Universe LS-7) was released on red vinyl. And was later in 1978 released for a second time (on Ariola 26388 XOT), but now on black vinyl. Also in februari 1978 PANIC took part in a compilation LP "Keihard en Swingend!, live in Paradiso”, a production by “Oor” (a leading Dutch music magazin) with their song “Dead Or Alive”. All songs were recorded live in PARADISO, Amsterdam and released by EMI-Bovema (5C 028-25884X) Other Dutch bands on “Keihard and Swingend!” were Sammy America Gasphetti, Subway, WhiZZ Guy, Suzannes, Captain Coke, The Nits, Sylph, Turf, Cilinders and The Lizards. And in july 1978 PANIC also played in CBGB’s Club as well in CBGB’s Theatre in New York.

The latter performance was live broadcasted from coast to coast on WPIX-radio, including an interview after the show. Without the knowledge of PANIC, Wobbe van Zije (owner of the independant label Universe Productions) released somewhat later a fake live LP in Limited Edition, with songs of Nick Lowe, Tim Robbinson, Elvis Costello, Jonathan Richman, Patti Smith, Patrick Bernard and B. Nelson performed by “The Outtakes” and songs of Herman Brood and of The Speedtwins and a song of PANIC. That song: “It’s My Pain”, was the only song that really was recorded during a live performance. Due to personal differences PANIC stopped in 1979. Pete Passion went to play with “The Tröckener Kecks” for 2 years. Mike DeCourt tried to go on with Peter Penthouse and other musicians - working on a new songs with dutch texts, but also left PANIC in 1980.

Peter Penthouse played for a short period with several other musicians in a follow up band “PANIC SPECIAL” and released a double LP “Wat kan het leven toch mooi zijn…” (Oidipus, PLP 12345) in 1981, and is still using his talent for hustling performance, music and video. Rheinhard Roffel left PANIC and drummed in coverbands till his death november 7, 2010. In 1996 a compilation CD was released: “I’m Sure We’re Gonna Make It. Dutch PunkRock ‘77-‘82” (Epitaph, LC 2567), on which PANIC was represented by their song “Requiem for Martin Heidegger”. Mike DeCourt took up playing again in 2004 in a studioproject Duh O.V.E.R.GANG. In 2008 the CD Hot Flushes from Duh O.V.E.R.GANG (Duh 20071129) was released. He also participates in Th3 mOOnSOunD V3ktOR and works on PANIC Missed. In 2010 Sing Sing records announce the reissue of PANIC's LP 13: "... this Dutch masterpiece of punk rock from Amsterdam's Panic! Their debut release from '78 simply titled '13' is a powerful album of perfectly constructed, attitude-riddled punk numbers from start to finish".

see: www.singsingrecords.com/panic.php and also: - www.myspace.com/panic19761979 - www.myspace.com/panicmissed - www.myspace.com/duhovergang - http://www.duhovergang.nl - http://www.popinstituut.nl/biografie/panic.2038.html - http://www.fonos.nl/?domain=fonos2/store&request=detail&type=view&spd=fonos2%2Fstore&spr=browse&spt=view&index_type=names&index_name=p-pm&item=20&catalogue_key=441135 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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