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Geplande optredens van Therapy?

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Biography van Therapy?

THERAPY? is an alternative rock/punk rock band from Northern Ireland. The band was formed in 1989 by guitarist/vocalist Andy Cairns and drummer Fyfe Ewing. The band initially recorded their first demo with Andy filling in on bass guitar. To complete the line-up, the band recruited bassist Michael McKeegan. With keen pop sensibilities, a skewed sense of humour and a willingness to draw inspiration from diverse sources (notably punk rock), Therapy? came to attention in the early 1990s rise of alternative rock, but have endured for more than a decade since; Critic Johnny Loftus writes, "After a ten-plus year career that has seen them outlast competitors and outwit industry attempts at categorization, Therapy? are still headbangers with their thinking caps screwed on tight." Current line-up : Andy Cairns (guitar, vocals) (1989 - ) Michael McKeegan (bass guitar, backing vocals) (1989 - ) Neil Cooper (drums) (2003 - ) Past members: Fyfe Ewing (drums) (1989 - 1996) Martin McCarrick (cello, guitar, backing vocals) (1996 - 2004) Graham Hopkins (drums) (1996 - 2001) Discography: -Cleave (2018) -Disquiet (2015) -A Brief Crack of Light (2012) -Crooked Timber (2009) -One Cure Fits All (2006) -Never Apologise Never Explain (2004) -High Anxiety (2003) -Shameless (2001) -So Much For The Ten Year Plan - A Retrospective 1990-2000 (2000) -Suicide Pact - You First (1999) -Semi-Detached (1998) -Infernal Love (1995) -Troublegum (1994) -Face the Strange E.P. (1993) -Shortsharpshock E.P. (1993) -Nurse (1992) -Pleasure Death (1992) -Babyteeth (1991) Northern Ireland, 1989. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.