Drowning Pool

Adam Elesh, Brett Smith, Jon Thomas, Andrew Crane

Members of Drowning Pool: Adam Elesh, Andrew Crane, Brett Smith (2), Jon Thomas (2)
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.scaruffi.com/vol4/drowning.html, http://kzsu.stanford.edu/eklein/artist/artistdr.html#249, http://www.scarfacecharley.com/, http://www.myspace.com/musicdrowningpool, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Drowning-Pool-1984/143711755701390

Discography of Drowning Pool:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Aphonia 9 Audio 1988 Fundamental
2 Satori 15 Audio 1987 Nate Starkman & Son
3 Nierika 6 Audio 1988-01-00 Viva Records
4 Drowning Pool 11 Audio 1987 Scarface Charley Records
5 Aphonia 7 Audio 1989 Fundamental
6 Nierika 6 Audio 1987 Scarface Charley Records
7 Muted Streak 3 Audio 1985 Scarface Charley Records
8 Untitled 5 Audio 1987 Scarface Charley Records
9 Satori 15 Audio 1987 Nate Starkman & Son
10 Rarities 12 Audio Not On Label
11 Satori 15 Audio 1987 Nate Starkman & Son
12 Live At Don O'Melveny Gallery 2003 9 Audio Scarface Charley Records
13 Uncork The Mind 4 Audio Scarface Charley Records
14 Live At Lectisternivm (Lectisternium) 1989 3 Audio Scarface Charley Records
15 "Les Invisibles" 7 Audio Project Releases


Drowning Pool was an avant-rock ensemble that released extraordinary collections of eccentric songs: the double album Satori (Nate Starkman and Son, 1987), the EP Nierika (Viva Records, 1988) and the album Aphonia (Nate Starkman and Son, 1989). Their music straddled the line between new wave, psychedelia, world-music, ambient and industrial. They changed name to Mumbles and disappeared.

(Note - no relation to nu-metal band with the same name.)


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