Sexy Sadie (band)

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Sexy Sadie
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Jaime García Soriano, Carlos Pilán, Toni Toledo, Jaume Gost
Background information
Origin Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
Genres Pop rock
Years active 1992–2006

Sexy Sadie was a Spanish pop rock group from the island of Majorca. They sang in English. They released five full albums, plus one album of cover songs, one of rare tracks, and one of remixes.

Their name was inspired by The Beatles' song Sexy Sadie from their 1968 album The Beatles (also called "The White Album").

They formed in 1992, part of a wave of independent groups that arose in the early 1990s, along with Los Planetas and Manta Ray. Their recording career was always related with Subterfuge Records.

They broke up in 2006.

Members[edit]

  • Miki Serra (1992-1997) (guitars, vocals)
  • Jaime García Soriano (1992-2006) (guitars, vocals)
  • Toni Toledo (1992-2006) (drums)
  • José Luis Sampol - (1992-2000) (bass, vocals)
  • Pablo García Soriano (verano 1999) (guitars)
  • Miquel Martínez "Pinti" (1998-1999) (guitars)
  • Carlos Pilán (1999-2006) (guitars)
  • Jaume Gost (2000-2006) (bass)
  • Michael Mesquida (2006-2006) (guitars)
  • Sergio Molina (2006-2006) (keys)

Discography[edit]

  • Draining Your Brain (1994)
  • Onion Soup (1996)
  • Onion Soup triturated by Big Toxic (1997)
  • Stay behind me (1998)
  • It's Beautiful, It's Love (1998)
  • Butterflies (2000)
  • Odd Tracks Out! (2000)
  • I don't know (2000)
  • Subsonic(2001)
  • Dream Covers (2002)
  • Lost & Found (2003)
  • What Have You Done? - 10 Years of Singles (2004)
  • 27-03-04 (2004)
  • Translate (2006)

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