Stefan Adika

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Stefan Adika
Genres Glam metal
Occupations Musician
Instruments Bass guitar
Associated acts L.A. Guns
Dad's Porno Mag
The Dee Dee Ramone Band
Gilby Clarke

Stefan Adika is a bass guitarist who has played in the bands Dad's Porno Mag and L.A. Guns. He has also played with former Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke and was a member of the Dee Dee Ramone Band. Adika has also performed live with Alice Cooper, and Edward Van Halen.

In L.A. Guns, he replaced bassist Johnny Crypt shortly after the recording of Shrinking Violet and is listed as a band member in the album's liner notes, though the same liner notes state that Johnny Crypt actually played bass on the album. Adika also performed as a member of Gilby Clarke's Starfuckers.[1]

Discography[edit]

With Dad's Porno Mag[edit]

Dad's Porno Mag (1997, rereleased 1999)

With Gilby Clarke[edit]

99 Live (1999)

With Alan Plotkin[edit]

"Joan" Death Couch Studios/Mitch's House (1986)

Inspiration and content for the song, "Joan" written and produced by Alan Scott Plotkin

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archive News". Blabbermouth. 3 March 2001. Retrieved 29 June 2010.