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Genres A cappella
Labels Hot Lips Records
Website www.spiralmouth.net
Members Michael Blanchard
Tony Field
Rebecca Kneubuhl
Vi Le
Chris Miller
Gabriel Mann

Spiralmouth is an a cappella group. The group is most famous for their original music for Vivendi Games's Crash Twinsanity. They also co-performed the soundtrack for Crash Tag Team Racing along with Marc Baril, and have a self-titled album featuring covers of songs by the Beatles, Sheryl Crow, Michael Jackson, and Soundgarden, which was released in 1999.


Spiralmouth claim they "don't really do many shows these days. We spend most of our time in the studio working on various projects, but if you'd like to have Spiralmouth at an event, just drop us a line and we'll see what happens".

Spiralmouth is a unique collective of musicians. Drawing on their individual skills as composers, songwriters, producers and performers, they come together as an a cappella tour de force, combining a desire to make unique vocal music with a love of rock and roll. Influenced by a wide range of styles from Nine Inch Nails to the Beatles, Spiralmouth's signature sound is defined by raucous singing and inventive production techniques - an unapologetic departure from traditional a cappella music. Their self-titled CD debuted to much critical acclaim, including the Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards "Best Pop/Rock Album" in 2000, and features Spiralmouth's groundbreaking innovations in all-vocal music.


Date of Release Title Label Country
1999 "Spiralmouth" Hot Lips Records America
2004 "Crash Twinsanity" Vivendi Universal America
2005 "Crash Tag Team Racing" Vivendi Universal America
2006 "The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning" Vivendi Universal America
2007 "The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night" Vivendi Universal America
2008 "The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon" Activision America
2010 "Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 2" Activision America
2010 "Crash Landed" (Cancelled) Activision America
2010 "Crash Team Racing 2010" (Cancelled) Activision America