De Raggende Manne

Dick Schulte Nordholt (Bass Guitar), Palli Gudmundsson (Drums), Arnold Smits (Guitar), Geert 'Bob Fosko' Timmers (Trumpet & Vocals)

Also known as Raggende Manne
Members of De Raggende Manne: Anthony Delmonte Lyon, Arnold Smits, Bob Fosko, Louis Ter Burg, Richard Schulte Nordholt, Theo Slagter
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.bobfosko.nl

Discography of De Raggende Manne:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 5 Sessies (+ Bonus) 21 Audio 2002 PIAS Holland
2 Nee's Niks 2 Audio 1990 Top Hole Records
3 Knuppelhout 14 Audio 1990 Top Hole Records
4 Naar Vore! 3 Audio 1994 Solid (4)
5 Zaad 14 Audio 1994 Solid (4)
6 Fles 5 Audio 1991 Top Hole Records
7 Trappe 5 Audio 1993 Solid (4)
8 Weense Pletterij 15 Audio 1992 Solid (4)
9 Brandende Vlierbessen (& Bonus CD) 16 Audio 1991
10 Ik Vind Je Leuk 2 Audio 1991 Top Hole Records
11 Rooie Pap 20 Audio 1995 Solid (4)
12 Naar Binne 2 Audio 1991 Top Hole Records
13 Een Bal Is Een Bal 2 Audio 1998 Silvertone Records
14 The Ballad Of Fons En Gerda / Boter Bij De Vis 2 Audio 1993-02-19 Not On Label
15 Het Rottigste Van De Raggende Manne 35 Audio 2001-02-00 Play It Again Sam [PIAS]
16 5 Sessies 13 Audio 1988 Fosfor
17 Kramp Van Je Kanis 2 Audio 1998 Silvertone Records
18 Dit Jaar Wil Ik Sneeuw Begrepe!! 5 Audio 1990 Top Hole Records
19 Grote Bek 2 Audio 1996 Solid (4)
20 Denk Daar 'Ns Over Na 2 Audio 1998 Silvertone Records
21 Naakte Man In Kerstnacht 3 Audio 1992 Solid (4)
22 Omschudden 16 Audio 1998 Silvertone Records
23 Ik Doe 'T Allemaal Voor Jou 3 Audio 1995 Solid (4)
24 Poep In Je Hoofd 2 Audio Not On Label (De Raggende Manne Self-released)
25 Het Beste Recept Voor Blije Dokters 4 Audio Not On Label


Dutch-language punk rock band from Amsterdam, Noord-Holland (Netherlands).

De Raggende Manne were formed in 1988 by Bob Fosko (real name: Geert Timmers). The band played an awesome tough mix of jazz, punk and rock. In 1990 they released a 7" (Nee's Niks), a 6 second song on the a-side and an 7 second song on the b-side (Ragflarz). After starting out playing at incidental occasions, the band acquired a huge reputation in the 1990's for their legendary live performances, headed by Fosko's singing and screaming. In the interest of both the band's and the audience's health, performances never lasted longer than 45 minutes. In the summer of 1999 (after releasing 7 albums) the group announced in a press message on their website that they would split up.


Comments about De Raggende Manne: