Orange (band)

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Orange; Joe Dexter at The Building 2012, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Background information
OriginLos Angeles, California, United States
GenresPop punk, Punk rock (early)
Years active2002–present
MembersJoe Dexter
Perry Ladish
Alec Gomez
Zak Glosserman
Past membersMike Valentine
Jack Berglund

Orange is an American pop punk/punk band from Los Angeles, California.

The band were first signed to Hellcat/Epitaph Records by Tim Armstrong of Rancid when they were only 16 years old and since then have toured the world with many bands such as Misfits, The Adicts, UK Subs, Rancid, Reel Big Fish, Bowling For Soup and Zebrahead and have been on several TV shows including The O.C., The Hills and their song "Revolution" is the theme song to Cartoon Network's show Generator Rex. They have released three albums, Welcome to the World of Orange, Escape from LA, and Phoenix and an E.P, Dead Sexy.[1]

Band members[edit]

Current line-up[edit]

Former members[edit]

  • Mike Valentine - rhythm guitar (2002–2008)
  • Jack Berglund - lead guitar (2002–2008)

Touring Members[edit]

  • Brendan Minded - lead guitar (2009)
  • Jon DeRing - rhythm guitar (2005)


  • Rock n Roar [demo] - 2003
  • Welcome to the World of Orange - 2004
  • Escape from LA - 2007
  • Phoenix - 2009
  • Dead Sexy (EP) - 2011
  • The Hardest Pill to Swallow (Single) - 2013


  1. ^ "Hellcat Records - Artist - Orange". 2009-09-15. Retrieved 2012-04-18.

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