In the 1980s the first incarnation of the band plays some reunion concerts. 2) Zen is an alternative rock band formed in Peru in 2002. It was composed of Jhovan Tomasevich as lead singer , Alec Marambio on guitar, Diego Larrañaga in bass ( in 2005 would be replaced by Noel Marambio ) and Giorgio Bertoli on drums. After his successful debut album in 2002 , the band got the attention of national and international media as MTV , being nominated for MTV Latin America 2003 Awards for Best New Artist. They shared the stage with bands as Soul Asylum.
The band a mid-2009 dissolves to accommodate individual projects of its members returning on 2013 with a new album named "Aquí y ahora" 3) A pioneering Turkish psychedelic rock/krautrock group. Founded in the late 80's in Istanbul, Turkey by Murat Ertel and Merih Öztaylan, this Turkish improvisational psychedelic rock band issued several demo recordings and four albums. These included Derya which was released in the USA under Father Yod-Ecstatic Peace label with the support of Sonic Youth member Thurston Moore. With growing emphasis on traditional Turkish instruments in their music, the band later evolved into Baba Zula in mid-90's. 4) A Ukrainian dj, founder of ANTIPOP movement and lead singer of Sweet Sixty Nine band. 5) A portuguese rock band, founded in Porto, 1996.
Albums: "The Privilege of Making the Wrong Choice", 1998; "Rules, Jewels, Fools", 2004. Nowadays they're dismembered. 6) A Hong Kong pop rock band active from 1994 - 2000. They released 1 EP and 3 albums before disbanding. The lead vocalist Wong Cheung Hing and the guitarist James Tang later signed with Yip Sai Wing's (former Beyond drummer) management company and released an album under the name Purple Nine (九紫).
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