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Freezepop formed in 1999 in Boston, MA, so when tale has it they made a decision to type a synth pop music group as the icy great from the synthesizer was an ideal antidote compared to that summer’s excruciating temperature. The band includes vocalist Liz Excitement, programmer the Duke of Pannekoeken (aka the Duke of Belgian Waffles, aka the Duke of Candied Apples), and keyboardist another Sean T. Drinkwater, also of Life style. While Freezepop shied from their ’80s vintage picture in interviews, their audio and ’80s pop lifestyle references (they will have a melody titled “Tracey Silver”) are among the reasons they will have linked therefore well with Boston’s huge college student people and the nationwide synth pop picture. Friends apparently contact another Sean T. Drinkwater “That ’80s Man.” Freezepop, who play all their music on the Yamaha QY-70 battery-powered sequencer, borrow both in the stylized new influx synth pop of the first ’80s as well as the amateurish aspect of past due-’90s punk-pop serves like Bis and Huggy Keep. After launching two EPs in 2000, the band’s debut, Forever, was released in early 2001 to blended testimonials. Their follow-up, a luxurious EP entitled Style Impression Function, implemented in early 2002 because the band’s publicity increased if they gained Best New Music group on the American Synthpop Honours, became WBCN Rumble semifinalists, and acquired their “Research Genius Gal” featured within the Playstation 2 video game Frequency. Luxury Ultra Fresh implemented in springtime 2004. Selecting their niche within the video game marketplace, the band certified their material towards the video games Amplitude, Electric guitar Hero, and Dance Dance Trend and embarked on a big UNITED STATES and Western european tour. In 2005, Freezepop released the long-running EP Style Impression Function before pairing with Cordless Recordings/Rykodisc release a Future Future Upcoming Perfect in Sept 2007. Immediately after, the Duke of Pannekoeken still left the group to come back functioning full-time at Harmonix. After some deliberation, Passion and Drinkwater found the slack with brand-new associates Robert John “Bananas” Foster and Xmas Disco Marie Sagan for the 2010 follow-up Imaginary Close friends.

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Full Name Freezepop
Awards Independent Music Award for Best Song - Dance or Electronica
Music Songs Less Talk More Rokk, Science Genius Girl, Brainpower, Get Ready 2 Rokk, I Am Not Your Gameboy, Super-Sprøde, Frontload, Stakeout, Bike Thief, Here Comes a Special Boy, Duct Tape My Heart, Parlez-Vous Freezepop?, Plastic Stars, Tenisu no Boifurendo, Pop Music Is Not a Crime, Harebrained Scheme, Tender Lies, Emotions & Photons, Robotron 2000, Tracey Gold, Do You Like My Wang™?, Thought Balloon, We Don't Have Normal Lives, Lady Spider, Chess King, Boys on Film, Freezepop Plastic Stars, That Boy Is All About Fun!, T DJ, Ninja of Love, Summer Boy, Do You Like Boys?
Albums Freezepop Forever, Future Future Future Perfect, Fancy Ultra Fresh, Imaginary Friends, Fashion Impression Function, Hi-Five My Remix, Maxi Ultra•Fresh, The Covers EP, The Orange EP and The Purple EP, The Rokk Suite, Ultra•Spectacular Bonanza, Phantoms, Less Talk More Rokk (The Remixes), Fashion Impression Function EP (2007 Re-Issue), Form Activity Motion, Doppelgänger EP, Mini Ultra•Fresh, The Sexy Sounds of Freezepop, Secret Companion

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Magnetic 2015 performer: "House Of Mirrors", "Doppelgänger"
Mega64 TV Series performer - 3 episodes, 2006 - 2010 writer - 1 episode, 2006
Rock Band 2007 Video Game performer: "Brainpower"
Guitar Hero II 2006 Video Game performer: "LESS TALK, MORE ROKK"
Pony Trouble 2005 performer: "Tender Lies", "Outer Space"
Amplitude 2003 Video Game performer: "Supersprode"

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