The Thunderlords

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The Thunderlords
Origin Los Angeles, USA
Genres Heavy metal, hard rock, children's music
Years active c. 2005–present
Members A. Flores
M. Flores
S. Harris

The Thunderlords are an American parody rock band. They describe themselves as "heavy metal for kids." The band began primarily as the work of video-game programmer Alan Flores, a native of Los Angeles, with some help from his young daughter, Maya (born 2000).[1]

The 2005 album Noisy Songs for Noisy Kids has charted on children's music charts in the US, Australia and Belgium.[1]

They are known best for their songs "I Like Dirt" and "Ice Cream Headache" on the soundtracks for the bestselling video games Tony Hawk's American Wasteland, Tony Hawk's Project 8 and Tony Hawk’s American Sk8land respectively. The latter game also won the IGN award for Best Licensed Soundtrack on PlayStation 3 in 2006.

Discography[edit]

  • Noisy Songs for Noisy Kids (2005)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Miller, Jeff. "Sing it loud and be proud: Musician Alan Flores loves heavy metal. And he's trying to turn kids on to it", Los Angeles Times, 2006-01-05, p. E22.

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