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Wizards of Ooze

Wizards of Ooze

Wizards of Ooze


Belgian band formed in the nineties under the name "Vibes Ahead Alliance" around core musicians/writers Wim Tops and Peter Revalk. Debut EP The Bone was brought out in 92 and was succesfull in surrounding countries and UK. In 1993 the band changed it's name and grew a little larger as the musicians supporting in live performances joined in officially. After three albums and several tours the band split up in 2001, due to lack of sales. Sound: a sexy and energetic fusion of soul Read more on Last.fm
Belgian band formed in the nineties under the name "Vibes Ahead Alliance" around core musicians/writers Wim Tops and Peter Revalk. Debut EP The Bone was brought out in 92 and was succesfull in surrounding countries and UK. In 1993 the band changed it's name and grew a little larger as the musicians supporting in live performances joined in officially. After three albums and several tours the band split up in 2001, due to lack of sales. Sound: a sexy and energetic fusion of soul,funk and psychedelica, topped with a rich Moog and Hammond organ sauce.

High pitched voices, changes of pitch and tempo and bizarre and cheezy lyrics. Albums: The Bone (1992, maxi) Psychovibes (1993, maxi) Big mama (1993, maxi) gravitude (1994, maxi) Bambee! (1996, cd) The dipster (1997, cd- double lp) Almost...Bikini (1999, cd) members: Wim Tops (Fender Rhodes, clavinet, Moog, vocals), Peter Revalk (Hammond guitar, Wurlitzer, synths, vocals), Hugo Boogaerts (saxes, flute), Luk Van Tilborgh (trumpet, trombones, vibes), Bruno Meeuws (drums), Luk Michiels (bass and double bass) 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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