Pepper's Ghost (band)

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Pepper's Ghost
Origin Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Genres rock music
Years active 2001–2008
Members Rob Bennett
Zil
David Hartley
Anthony Montesano
Michael Montesano

Pepper's Ghost was a band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Their release, Shake The Hand That Shook The World, produced by Andy Johns is available through Hybrid Recordings.

Though their playing style was categorized as Rock & Roll, they have also used influences from such subgenres as blues rock and southern rock.

In early 2005, Pepper's Ghost joined Ashlee Simpson on her Thermasilk sponsored tour, along with The Click Five.

The band's mode of transportation on tour was a restored international school bus. Deemed the "Grey Ghost" for its silver/grey color, the bus contains full living quarters for the band.[citation needed]

Their 2005 single "You're in My Heart (Little Pretty)" hit #1 on the Canadian Singles Chart.[1]

Members[edit]

Current
Former

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Release
Year
Album Tracks
2001
Opening Night
  1. "She's In Love With The Moon" #"
  2. "Take A Ride"
  3. "Heavy Body Bag"
  4. "Candy Feet"
  5. "Just Along The Way"
  6. "Without Any Further Ado"
  7. "I Found Myself Falling In Love"
  8. "Kings And Queens"
Release
Year
Album Tracks
2005
Shake The Hand That Shook The World
  1. "Hang On My Shoulder"
  2. "Everything & Anything"
  3. "How 'Bout It Now"
  4. "Heavy Body Bag"
  5. "You're In My Heart (Little Pretty)"
  6. "Word On The Street"
  7. "All I Know"
  8. "Because Of Her"
  9. "Rock & Roll Star"
  10. "Rosalina"
  11. "Losing A Friend"
  12. "That's Life"
  13. "Friday Night In Philadelphia"

EPs[edit]

Release
Year
Album Tracks
2002 "
Bang
  • "What She Wants"
  • "How Bout It Now"
  • "Addiction"
  • "Hang On My Shoulder"
Release
Year
Album Tracks
2006
The Vet EP
  • "Dirty Bomb"
  • "4-Letter Friend"
  • "The Way It Should Be"
  • "Obscene"

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pepper's Ghost at Allmusic.com

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