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Toxic Audio

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Toxic Audio can be an a cappella quintet — comprising Jeremy James, Shalisa James, Michelle Mailhot-Valines, Rene Ruiz, and Paul Sperrazza — that got its start at the 1998 Orlando International Fringe Festival. The look of them in the festival resulted in employment with Disney/MGM Studios, where they performed six displays a day for any year. These were the nationwide champions in the 2000 Country wide Tranquility Sweepstakes. They documented and self-released some albums which they offered at their displays and on the site, www.toxicaudio.com: Toxic Sound, Captive Target audience, and Chemistry. Chemistry received the honor for Greatest Pop/Rock Recording of the entire year in the 2003 Modern A Cappella Documenting Awards. Toxic Sound opened like a theatrical take action with their display, Toxic Sound, off-Broadway in the John Houseman Theater in NEW YORK on Apr 18, 2004. The display ran through Oct 31, earning a Drama Table Award for Unique Theatrical Encounter. The group after that authorized to DRG Information and assembled Person to person, a compilation of the earlier recordings with four recently recorded tracks, that was released in March 2005.

Quick Facts


Full Name Toxic Audio
Music Songs Voices Carry, Why Don't We Do It in the Road?, Turn the Beat Around, God Must Have Spent a Little Less Time, Big Yellow Taxi, Coconut, Putting Words in My Mouth, Blinded Me With Science, Easter Island Head, Can't Win, A Toxic Tribute to Pat and Debby Boone, An Improvisation on 'stand by Me', Splanky, Ordinary Life, Paperback Writer, All I Gotta Do, Super Groovy Alphabet Soup, Hooked on a Feeling, Listen to the Music, Take a Chance on Me / Dancing Queen, You Can't Stop the Beat, A Dream Is a Wish, The Super-Phat Low-Cal Disney Rap, 50 Ways, Walk the Dinosaur, Sound Check, Electric Blues, Outta My Mind, Abracadabra/You Can Do Magic, Baby One More Time, Supe-Phat Low-Cal Rap, My Cherie Amour
Albums Captive Audience, Toxic Audio, Chemistry, Word of Mouth

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