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Krezip

Shaped in Tilburg, holland and led by pianist and vocalist — and key songwriter, for example — Jacqueline Govaert, Krezip had been a rock and roll/pop group that experienced several shifts, both in personnel and label, during the period of their job, but were able to maintain their heads on the subject of them enough to keep a wide group of fans and solid record sales. Shaped while the first people (guitarist Thomas Holthuis and drummer Thijs Romeijn would ultimately be changed) had been still in college in 1997, Krezip performed several festivals to create a popularity, but continued to be unsigned until 2000. For the time being, Krezip released — separately — an record of demo materials, Work Around, in 1999. Warner emerged calling a season later, as well as the music group was agreed upon to the major-label large, who after that released their second formal single, “I’D Stay,” which became lots one strike in Belgium and stalled at number 2 within the Dutch graphs. An album implemented quickly thereafter (Nothing at all Less), as well as the music group finished out the entire year with two even more strike singles and an Edison Prize. Two even more albums implemented on Warner, 2002’s Times Like This as well as the live Compact disc/DVD WHICH WILL BE Unplugged in 2003, however the music group was release with the label, and Krezip had been once again for the search for a offer. Sony BMG stepped in to the void, as well as the music group was back on the right track, releasing WHAT EXACTLY ARE You LOOKING FORWARD TO in 2005. That same season, their tune “Same Mistake” was highlighted within the intimate humor Het Schnitzelparadijs, the highest-grossing film of the entire year in holland. By this aspect, the lineup from the music group had finally resolved, with Jacqueline on piano and vocal, sister Anne on acoustic guitar, Joost vehicle Haaren on bass, Bram vehicle den Berg on drums, Jan Peter Hoekstra on acoustic guitar, and Annelies Kuijsters on keyboards. A far more electronic, disco-influenced recording, Plug It In, found its way to 2007, as well as the music group followed up the discharge with a nationwide tour. Their last album, Greatest Of, including three new songs, premiered in past due 2008, and Krezip officially disbanded in ’09 2009.

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