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The Apes


Using a sound that resembles what would happen if Tony Iommi played organ instead of guitar in Black Sabbath, the Apes have already been performing throughout their native of Washington, D.C., since their development in 1999. Comprising Erick Jackson (bass/moog), Amanda Kleinman (body organ), Jeff Schmid (bass), andPaul Weil (vocals), Frenchkiss Information would eventually discharge their debut full-length, The Fugue within the Fog, in 2001. The Self-Starter Base released the vinyl edition. Two years afterwards, the band came back with Oddeyesee on French Kiss Information, and in 2004, they shifted to Birdman because of their third record Tapestry Mastery.

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Full Name Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Awards Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Visual Effects, Satellite Award for Best Editing, Satellite Award for Best Visual Effects, Empire Award for Best Actor
Music Songs Level Plaguing Field, Look Who's Stalking, The Great Ape Processional, Past Their Primates, Close Encounters of the Furred Kind, Monkey to the City, The Lost City of Chimpanzee, Along Simian Lines, Caesar No Evil, Hear No Evil, Monkey See, Monkey Coup, Gorilla Warfare, The Apes of Wrath, Gibbon Take, Aped Crusaders, How Bonobo Can You Go, Enough Monkeying Around, Primates for Life, Planet of the End Credits, Ain't That a Stinger
Albums Baba's Mountain, Oddeyesee, The Fugue in the Fog, Stranger Than Strangers, Dschungufieber, Lightless, Ghost Games, Helluva, Tapestry Mastery, Two Thousand Six / Cold Love
Nominations Academy Award for Best Visual Effects, BAFTA Award for Best Special Visual Effects, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie, Empire Award for Best Director, Empire Award for Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie of the Summer, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture, Empire Award for Best Film, AACTA International Award for Best Supporting Actor, ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards - Fantasy Film

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