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Orgy

Industrial. Metal. Electronica. "Death Pop". Whatever you call them, they're Orgy. Hailing from Bakersfield, California, Jay Gordon, Bobby Hewitt, Ryan Shuck, Amir Derakh, and Paige Bailey truly create a unique sound. Their first album, "Candyass" was their first major hit, as it managed to go platinum and spawned off two hits, the cover Blue Monday and the single Stitches. Their second album, the heavily sci-fi influence 2000 album "Vapor Transmission", never went platinum but spawned a huge radio hit, Fiction(Dreams in Digital). It also was certified gold. Their ...read more

Industrial. Metal. Electronica. "Death Pop". Whatever you call them, they're Orgy. Hailing from Bakersfield, California, Jay Gordon, Bobby Hewitt, Ryan Shuck, Amir Derakh, and Paige Bailey truly create a unique sound. Their first album, "Candyass" was their first major hit, as it managed to go platinum and spawned off two hits, the cover Blue Monday and the single Stitches. Their second album, the heavily sci-fi influence 2000 album "Vapor Transmission", never went platinum but spawned a huge radio hit, Fiction(Dreams in Digital). It also was certified gold. Their last album, 2004's Punk Statik Paranoia was a radical departure for the band, mostly dropping the electronica/industrial sound for a more stereotypical nu-metal feel.

Orgy was remembered for their name which wasn't innuendo; they insist it means their "collage" of sounds. They were also remembered for their odd appearances; often looking like a radical sci-fi flick in videos and pictures. « hide

Similar Bands: Powerman 5000, Marilyn Manson, Linkin Park, Coal Chamber, Filter

Punk Statik Paranoia
2004

2.3
67 Votes
Vapor Transmission
2000

3.4
128 Votes
Candyass
1998

3.4
173 Votes

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