The Chemical Brothers Biography

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The Chemical Brothers Biography


The Chemical Brothers – the British duo, performing electronic music, which consists of Edmund John Simons and Thomas Owen Rowlands. Their acquaintance took a course in the history of the University of Manchester. However, they arrived in Manchester is not in the name of science, and for reasons of musical haraktera.V guys settled in 1991 by DJs at Manchester club Naked Under Leather. At that time, they are not really serious about their craft, but soon sets them relished the club regulars. Fun for musicians called their tandem Dust Brothers. Then they got the idea to convert your bedroom into a recording studio, where he was born studio firstborn Dust Brothers Song to the Siren. Thing gained success among the DJs of the leading clubs of the city, but after a while, was officially released on the label Own Records. After receiving university degrees, the boys moved to London, where he again sat down at the console in one of the clubs, and later released a second single, 14th Century Sky. Dust Brothers became popular not only as a club DJ, but also as creators of stylish remixes. After the publication of the third single My Mercury Mouth the tracks they have to trust the Primal Scream and the Sabres Of Paradise, The Prodigy and The Charlatans.

In 1995, Rowlands and Simons had to change the name of the duo The Chemical Brothers to avoid litigation with the American Dust Brothers. Signed to Virgin Records, the musicians set to work on her first album Exit Planet Dust. Released in 1996 debut "brothers" delighted critics. Along with original instrumental stuff, rich guitar sound, a heavy break-beats and analog noise, the album included the vocal tracks recorded with Beth Orton and Tim Burgess from the group The Charlatans. The guys from The Chemical Brothers have collected not only the huge army of fans, but also made friends with many other famous musicians. Thus, the Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher has agreed to record vocals for their next single Setting Sun. The song made a splash, leading the British singles ranking at the end of 1996. After an incredibly successful debut tour of Europe, The Chemical Brothers set off to conquer the United States for its concerts, speaking there on the opening act for Orbital and Underworld.

Expressing his full growth, both at home and far beyond, Rowlands and Simons were preparing a new full-length album, Dig Your Own Hole. The Chemical Brothers Music was so multifaceted and encompassing, that they not only conquered the pop charts with this album, but also received a Grammy Award nomination in the Instrumental Rock by track Block Rockin 'Beats. In 1998, The Chemical Brothers released a remix album Brothers Gonna Work It Out. And a year later presented the third studio album Surrender. This ambitious album included the tracks in a variety of styles – house, techno, funk, glam, break beat. The fourth album, titled Come With Us, was published in 2002 and firmly cemented the position of the team in the American music market. With no less enthusiasm greeted this release, and the UK music fans. In support of this album, the duo gave Manchester an impressive tour of Europe. In 2004 there was a new studiynik Push The Button, blew up dance floors of various countries. The album and single Galvanize received Grammy ceremony in 2006. March 21, 2007 The Chemical Brothers on their MySpace page has officially announced the imminent release of their new album. We Are the Night was born in July 2007. The release of the collection of the best things the duo under the name Brotherhood took place in 2008. Two years later, The Chemical Brothers discography supplemented with traditionally strong studio work, called Further (2010). The album received excellent reviews of music experts, and was well accepted by the audience. It should be noted that the Further was the first album The Chemical Brothers, in the record which did not participate guest vocalists.