Dead Man Ray

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Dead Man Ray
Origin Berchem, Belgium
Genres Rock
Members
Past members
  • Herman Houbrechts

Dead Man Ray is a Belgian cult rock band, originating from Berchem near Antwerp. Among its members are Daan Stuyven, Rudy Trouvé (dEUS and others), Elko Blijweerdt, Wouter Van Belle, and Herman Houbrechts, who was later replaced by drummer Karel De Backer. Their debut Berchem was released in 1998,[1] including the singles "Chemical" and "Beegee". In 1999 Dead Man Ray wrote partly a new soundtrack for the movie At the Drop of A Head (alias "Café zonder bier" i.e. A Pub With No Beer), starring singer-songwriter Bobbejaan Schoepen (1962). They did a sell out tour with this movie in Belgium and the Netherlands. The second album, Trap, was released in 2000 and contains some songs of this project. The album Cago was recorded in 2002 in Chicago and produced by Steve Albini (Nirvana).

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dead Man Ray". The Belgian Pop & Rock Archives. Flanders Music Centre. Retrieved 15 September 2010. 

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