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Scrooge

Scrooge

Scrooge


There are at least 3 bands/artists with the name Scrooge. 1.) A progressive, avant-garde, art-rock band based in Vienna, Austria who were active from 1992 to 1998. The original group consisted of Romeo Bissuti (bass), Günther Castanetti (drums), Dominik Dusek (guitar, vocals, drums), and Oliver Stotz (guitar, piano, accordion, banjo, bulbul tarang). Dusek left the band in 1994 and was replaced by Regina Ausserwöger (vocals, violin). Scrooge combined prog Read more on Last.fm
There are at least 3 bands/artists with the name Scrooge. 1.) A progressive, avant-garde, art-rock band based in Vienna, Austria who were active from 1992 to 1998. The original group consisted of Romeo Bissuti (bass), Günther Castanetti (drums), Dominik Dusek (guitar, vocals, drums), and Oliver Stotz (guitar, piano, accordion, banjo, bulbul tarang). Dusek left the band in 1994 and was replaced by Regina Ausserwöger (vocals, violin). Scrooge combined prog, folk, and classical instrumentation and structures with poetic and occasionally abrasive/politically-charged lyrics in English, German, French, and Czech to produce a unique style they dubbed philo-core.

The band attracted a cult following in the Vienna underground scene of the mid-1990s. Scrooge released two albums, Happy What Else (1995) and Cinematograph (1997) and contributed to several compilations before disbanding in 1998. 2.) A rapper/hip-hop artist/producer from Tacoma, Washington who has released two albums in the g-funk style. 3.) A chillout/lounge producer whose tracks have appeared on various compilations. Read more on Last.fm.

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