THC (band)

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This article is about the trip hop band. For the rock band from Denison, Texas, see Texas Hippie Coalition.
Origin Los Angeles, California, USA
Genres Trip hop, electronica, drum and bass
Years active 1992 – 1999
Labels Fifth Colvmn Records (1996), Brain Surgery Music (1997 – 1999)
Members George Sarah, Sarah Folkman

T.H.C. was a trip hop band from Los Angeles, California, composed of singer/lyricist Sarah Folkman and producer/composer/keyboardist/bassist George Sarah.


From 1992 to 1999 the band released two full length albums, one E.P. and two 12 inch records. George disbanded the band to work on solo projects.

In 1999, the band released one full length album together called Adagio. It consisted of a somber beauty of melancholic charged electronica.

T.H.C. gained some recognition after their music appeared in a couple of episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (as well as its spin-off, Angel), playing the part of the fictional band Shy, of whom Veruca was the vocalist.[1] George Sarah also appeared on the show as Shy's keyboard player.[1] George Sarah returned to Buffy the Vampire Slayer on season six in the episode 'Hells Bells' along with his string section during the wedding ceremony. T.H.C also had their music appear in several films including The Curve directed by Dan Rosen and starring Matthew Lillard, Michael Vartan, and Keri Russell, Mascara directed by Linda Kandel and starring Ione Skye, Cleopatra’s second husband directed by Jon Reiss.



Full Length Albums[edit]

  • "Death By Design" - (1996)
  • "Adagio" - (1999)


  • "Consenting Guinea Pig" - (1996)

12 Inch Records[edit]

  • "Darjeeling" - (1997)
  • "Blue Wave" - (1998)


  • "Unsaid Warning" L.A.Critical Mass (1998)
  • "Branded" (Instrumental) KUCI BENEFIT (1998)
  • "Directly From Angels" King of Vampires (1998)
  • "Tetanus Toxin" World Wide Underground (1997)
  • "Mind Over Matter" Ultimate Drum n' Bass (1997)
  • "Need To Destroy" Fifth Column (1996)
  • "Sin-A-Matic Vol. 1" Svenhed (1994)


  1. ^ a b Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode Beer Bad at BBC

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