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The Phantoms

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Oslo, Norway (1996 – present)

There is more than one band called The Phantoms:

1. 60s surf rock band.

2. The Phantoms is a group from Oslo, Norway formed in 1996. The first line-up included Leo Fossen from the legendary norwegian hip-hop act B.O.L.T. Warhead on vocals. They released a 7” in 1996 and a 10” in 1998 and a full-length CD in 2006.

http://www.thephantoms.no/

3. The Phantoms were a slovak bigbeat band founded by singer and actor Marián Slovák, Juraj Esperejší (later he joined The Beatmen) and bassguitarist Peter Jiru. The Phantoms later add drummer Dušan Hájek. They were very popular slovak bigbit group. The was band broke up after Juraj Esperejší left the band.

4. The Phantoms are Polish neo psychedelic/garage band founded in Warsaw in 2009. They have realased EP called “Kowalski”.

The Phantoms are:
Grzegorz- Guitar, vox
Sztj.- Guitar, harmonica
Legus- drums

http://www.myspace.com/thephantomspoland

5. Tha Phantoms - rockabilly band from Russia (spb).

6. The Phantoms - Holland
Jack the Ripper was the title of the very first record from Eindhoven.s Phantoms, and you could hear it frequently on Radio Veronica. Band members were lead guitarist Ad v.d. Ven; bass player Wally Soute, founder of the Phantoms Ronald v.d.Horst (guitar), drummer Fred Grundlach and Marty van Rooy (voc). The band achieved national fame with I’ll Go Crazy, which got to number 11 on the hit parade, followed by Tormented, which only got to 25.

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