Fahrenheit (Thai band)

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Fahrenheit
Origin Bangkok, Thailand
Genres Thai rock, Soft Rock, Pop rock, Speedmetal
Years active 2002–present
Labels More Music
Associated acts Y Not Seven, Loso, Taxi, Asanee-Wasan
Members Piraporn Pranpanas
Pichet Kruawan
Kittisak Khotkam
Arkom Nuchanin
Past members Apirath Sukkhajitr

Fahrenheit (ฟาเรนไฮต์) is a Thai rock band featuring a female lead vocalist, Piraporn Pranpanas, backed by former members of other well-known Thai rock bands. Guitarist Pichet Kruawan was from Y Not 7 while drummer Kittisak and founding bassist Apirath Sukkhajitr were from Loso. Bassist Apirath left the band to rejoin Loso, with Arkom Nuchanin (from Taxi) joining Fahrenheit in March 2006. Despite no new album during that period, the band's new lineup could be seen in live concerts. The band also played backup for Asanee-Wasan in concerts of their latest album Dek Liang Kae (เด็กเลี้ยงแกะ).

The band's songs include "Yah hak lang" ("อย่าหักหลัง", translation "Don't betray me"), "Naam dtaa keu kam dtop" ("น้ำตาคือคำตอบ", "My tears are my answer"), "Ngiap tam-mai" ("เงียบทำไม", "Why so quiet?") and "Pid mai" ("ผิดไหม", "Is it wrong?").

Members[edit]

  • Piraporn Pranpanas (Sai): Vocals.
  • Pichet Kruawan (Chet): Guitar
  • Kittisak Khotkam (Yai) : Drums (b. January 22, 1973)
  • Arkom Nuchanin (Ake) : Bass (b. June 14, 1974)

Discography[edit]

  • Degree Fahrenheit (องศาฟาเรนไฮต์) (January 2005)
  • Extra Fahrenheit (December 2005) (special album with rearranged songs and two new songs)
  • Fahrenheit Way (September 2006)

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