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Apartment 26, 2000
|Origin||Leamington Spa, England|
|Genres||Nu metal, alternative metal, industrial metal|
|Members||Terence 'Biff' Butler (Vocals)
Jon Greasley (Guitar)
Louis Cruden (Bass)
Andy Huckvale (Keyboards/Programming)
Kevin Temple (Drums)
Brad Booker (Drums)
Apartment 26 was a metal band from Leamington Spa, England. They played Ozzfest in 1999 and split up in 2004. They worked with Tchad Blake, at Real World Studios, on their self-financed Music For The Massive, having scrapped "Album 1.5" after two years of production. The result was a tighter band, and looser "live" sound, captured by Blake by making the band perform live in the recording studio. After selling the finished record to Atlantic/WEA, the label shed half of its roster during a merge with Elektra Records, including Apartment 26. The single "Give Me More" was a minor Modern Rock hit in 2004.
- Within EP (1999) (Murph Records)
- Hallucinating (2000) (Hollywood Records)
- Music for the Massive (2004) (Atlantic/Wea)
|US Mainstream Rock|
|2000||"Basic Breakdown"||No. 33||Hallucinating|
|2004||"Give Me More"||No. 39||Music for the Massive|
Apartment 26's songs have been included on the following soundtracks:
- Heavy Metal 2000 (2000)
- High Fidelity (2000)
- Tales from the Crypt: Monsters of Metal (2000)
- Mission: Impossible II (2000)
- Biff Butler: vocals
- Jon Greasley: guitar
- Louis Cruden: bass
- Andy Huckvale: keyboards/programming
- Kevin Temple: drums (formerly of Die Warzau, Sister Machine Gun)
- Brad Booker: drums (formerly of Stir, Gravity Kills)
- Jeremy Colson: drums
- D'Angelo, Joe. "Nu Metal Meltdown". MTV.
- Udo, Tommy (2002). Brave Nu World. Sanctuary Publishing. pp. 179–180. ISBN 1-86074-415-X.
- "MusicMight :: Artists :: APARTMENT 26". Rockdetector.com.
- Sharpe-Young, Garry. "Rockdetector Biography". Retrieved 2008-09-14.
- Apartment 26 Charts at Allmusic