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Trik Turner


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Phoenix, United States (1999 – present)

Trik Turner is a rapcore-alternative band founded in Phoenix, Arizona in 1999. The band is best known for their only significant hit “Friends and Family,” which reached the Top Ten on the Billboard Modern Rock chart and received airplay on VH1 and Adult Contemporary television and radio formats. Their single “Black Sheep” was featured in the movie You Got Served. Disappointing sales of their self-titled studio album, caused the band to be dropped from RCA Records, though they continued to tour and released a second album via their website, Naming the Unidentified, in 2005.


Current members

* Doug Moore - Vocals (1999-)
* Sean Garden - Drums (1999-)
* Chris Bandusky - Guitar (2006-)
* James Cawley - Guitar (2006-)
* Jonathan Kingsley - Bass (2006-)

Former members

* Dave Bowers - Vocals (1999-2005)
* Tracy Thorstad - Guitar (1999-2005)
* Steve Faulkner - Bass (1999-2005)
* Danny ‘DBX’ Marquez - Turntables (1999-2005)
* Jeremy Vukeles - Bass {2005-2006}
* Mike Pipgras - Guitar (2005-2006}
* Mike Gladkin - Guitar/Backup Vocals {2005-2006}



* Black Seas and Brown Trees (1999)
* Trik Turner (2002, RCA Records) US: #98
* Naming the Unidentified (2005, Metal Action)


* “Friends and Family” (2002) Alt: #7
* “Sacrifice” (2002) Alt: #35


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