Appendix (band)

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Appendix
OriginPori, Finland
GenresPunk rock, hardcore punk
Years active1980–1985, 1995–present
LabelsPropaganda Records 1983–
Rock-O-Rama 1983–1984
UHO Production 2006
Websitewww.appendix.fi
MembersMikki Borgersen (Vocals 1982 - ),
Miksa Huhdanpää (Bass 1984 - )
Ahti Impola (Guitar 1980 - 1982, 2010 - )
Sami Valverinne (Drums 1999 - )
Past membersVesku Koivusalo (1980–1999)
Ahti Impola (1980–1982)
Tomi Hyppänen (1982–1984)
Tom Lepistö (1982–1984)
Olli Lindholm (1982–1982)
Juha Rauäng (1982–1982)
Jaska Karumo (1982-2010)

Appendix is a Finnish punk rock band. It was founded in 1980 and has released five studio albums.[1]

Their debut album was released in 1983. It was later re-issued by the German label Rock-O-Rama with an English title Money Is Not My Currency.[2]

Olli Lindholm, the lead singer of one of Finland's most selling rock groups , is a former member of Appendix.[1] In the spring 2015 Appendix had a West Coast Tour in United States and they performed at Manic Relapse festivals as the lead performer in Oakland, California.[3]

Discography[edit]

Singles and EPs[edit]

  • EP (1982)
  • Huora (1983, Propaganda Records)
  • Suomineito (1996, Propaganda Records)
  • Pop-idols (2006, UHO Production)
  • TV (2012, Propaganda Records)

Studio albums[edit]

  • Ei raha oo mun valuuttaa (1982, Propaganda Records)
  • Money Is Not My Currency (1983, re-issue, Rock-O-Rama)
  • Top of the Pops (1984, Rock-O-Rama/Propaganda Records)
  • Syyntakeeton (2006, UHO Production)
  • Studio-Live (2011, Propaganda Records)
  • Extraneus (2013, Propaganda Records)

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Diagnosis (Years 1982–83) (1994, Propaganda Records)
  • PAROCK (2002, Propaganda Records)

References[edit]

  • Olli Lindholmin oppivuodet & videos, Yle
  • Appendix - Discografia
  • Parasta lapsille - Suomipunk 1977-1984 (Mika Saastamoinen, Johnny Kniga), book
  • Jungle, record collector magazine; 1/1995
  • Suomipunk 1977–1998 (Jarkko Kuivanen, Yle); book
  • JEeJEeJEe – suomalaisen rockin historia (WSOY); pages 324-327
  • JeeJeeJee/Radiomafia (Santtu Luoto, Yle); parts From Propaganda to hardcore and -part

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