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- 35007 is also a zip code of Alabaster, Alabama.
|Genres||Stoner rock, psychedelic rock, space rock, progressive rock|
|Years active||1980s - present|
|Members||Tos Nieuwenhuizen, Sander Evers, Michel Boekhoudt|
|Past members||Mark Sponselee, Jacco van Rooy, Eeuwout Baart, Bertus Fridael, Pidah Kloos, Luk Sponselee, Murphy van Oijen|
35007 was formed in Eindhoven, Netherlands at the end of the eighties and originate from The Alabama Kids. 35007's early line-up consisted of Eeuwout Baart (vocals), Mark Sponselee (sounds, synths), Bertus Fridael (guitar), Jacco Van Rooy (drums), Michel Boekhoudt (bassguitar), Luk Sponselee (vj) and Pidah Kloos (sounds, soundengineer).
They released their debut album "Especially For You" in 1994. After the self-titled album "35007", Jacco van Rooy left the band and was replaced by Sander Evers on drums. In 2001 Eeuwout Baart also left and the band and 35007 continued as an instrumental unit. "Sea of Tranquillity" is the first of three instrumental releases. In 2005 the band, now with Tos Nieuwenhuizen from Beaver on guitar, released "Phase V" but was never seen on stage again.
Their live shows were accompanied with visual effects, such as psychedelic videos projected on stage.
In the years after "Phase V" Bertus Fridael started his own band Mother-Unit, Sander Evers played in Gomer Pyle between 2006 and 2010, he is currently performing with the band Monomyth, Jacco van Rooy joined Motorpsycho for a short period of time and is now in the band Neon Twin, Tos Nieuwenhuizen performed live with Sunn O))), Mark and Luk Sponselee produced experimental music in Group Art Fou.
December 2012 saw a vinyl rerelease of Phase V on Burning World records.
On the December 30, 2012 Mark Sponselee died from the effects of pneumonia.
- Especially For You (1994)
- 35007 (sometimes credited as 'Into the Void We Travelled') (1997)
- Liquid (2002)
- Phase V (2005)
- Sea Of Tranquillity EP (2001)
- Phase V Vinyl Edition (2012)